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March 26, 2024

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction to Long-Lasting Injectable PrEP: Understanding the evolution of HIV prevention and the potential impact of long-lasting injectable treatments.
  • The Shifting Paradigm: Exploring the need for flexibility in clinical protocols to accommodate the unique characteristics of injectable PrEP.
  • Patient-Centered Approaches: Discussing strategies to empower and involve individuals in decision-making processes related to their PrEP treatment plans.
  • Adapting Healthcare Systems: Addressing the organizational changes required to effectively integrate long-lasting injectable PrEP into existing healthcare structures.
  • Safety and Efficacy Considerations: Evaluating the latest research on the safety and efficacy of long-lasting injectable PrEP and its implications for clinical decision-making.

Target Audience

HIV care providers, primary care providers, nurse practitioners, physician associates, students, other clinicians, and other healthcare professionals in primary care, HIV care, and STD clinic settings are involved in the care of patients living with and at risk for HIV.


Robert Graves, MSW, LSW, is a Director of Public and Sexual Health in the City of Philadelphia and has previously served as the Director of HIV Care and Prevention at a federally qualified health center in New York. In addition, he also counsels and provides individual therapy to individuals experiencing a mental health diagnosis, substance use disorder, and those living with behavioral and intellectual disabilities. Robert has worked closely with several LGBTQ+ organizations, mentored youth and young men of color, and advocated for the advancement of LGBTQ+ rights in Philadelphia’s Gayborhood.

Kevin Brown, PrEP Navigator, is a dedicated healthcare professional with over five years of experience specializing in HIV prevention and treatment. With a strong background in LGBTQ public health and community outreach, Kevin Brown has become a leading figure in the field of HIV prevention in New York City. His passion for helping others and commitment to reducing the spread of HIV has driven him to explore innovative approaches to prevention, including the introduction of Injectable PrEP for residents of Harlem.

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