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Metrics for successful PrEP programs must be finalized, particularly programs that can reach thousands, if not tens of thousands of people. As a result, this campaign stands out because the images speak to a very specific community. Yours in the struggle.
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PrEP campaign art by Kuldeep SinghCourtesy of Apicha PrEP education campaigns, even ones that are rejected by Instagram, will be key components of our initial efforts to end the epidemic. Jurisdictions will hopefully prioritize zip codes with the highest community viral load.
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What makes a good campaign? Some PrEP programs need to target everyone who is sexually active or injects drugs.
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Basically, that means everyone it can reach; however, jurisdictions will need to prioritize where not expend resources. The federal plan hopes to enrollmore people on PrEP.
This is where the fight starts… Can we at least agree that not everyone needs to be equally prioritized to use PrEP? GPS is facilitated by gay, poz men who take a gay-positive, sex-positive approach to understanding our sexual health and getting good sex. To reach those s, programs will need to expand in ways that are still to be determined.
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At GPS, we take a holistic approach to sex, and we get that the physical, emotional, and social aspects of our lives impact our sex and sexual health. How should jurisdictions determine who to prioritize? There are other criteria for eligibility and we can tell you about that when you for more information.
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We meet for two hours once a week, for eight weeks. Unfortunately, it is much more complex. I salute your important work! At the heart of the GPS program is the peer-facilitated process of clarifying and working toward a sexual health goal.
The program aims to shift the ways we talk and think about sex. A foundational belief is that sexual health includes having great sex—not just talking about it—and the goal of the hit is to help participants find what that looks like for them, no matter what that might be. However, it is not a matter of just substituting the photos. Science, particularly epidemiology, needs to be the determining factor for what communities are prioritized.
Only men over 18 years old and who identify as gay or bisexual and are HIV-positive are eligible. Other programs need to prioritize the communities that are highly impacted by HIV but have not seen the benefits of the science.