HIV PrEP for the Primary Care Provider

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is quickly becoming the standard of care for the prevention of HIV among persons at increased risk for HIV acquisition. HIV PrEP for the Primary Care Provider, a short 15 minute video developed by the Denver Prevention Training Center in partnership with the National Association of Community Health Centers, demonstrates the PrEP initiation process including patient/provider interactions, patient eligibility and clinical guidance.

Video Clips

The following vignettes are segments from the full video above and provide clips focused on different components of PrEP care from the initial visit to the 30 day visit, as well as highlighting the clinical guide and patient eligibility.






This video is 508 compliant.


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 Supporting Documents Title

HIV PrEP Clinical Guide

PrEP Clinical Guide

HIV PrEP Clinical Eligibility

HNS Strategy Model

CDC PrEP Clinical Practice Guidelines

CDC PrEP Guidelines

CDC PrEP Clinical Supplement

CDC PrEP Providers Supplement


PrEP Hotline

PrEP Provider Directory

Basic PrEP Q&As

How PrEP works in the Body (video)

NASTAD Billing Code Guide

"Get Yourself Prepared for PrEP" Patient Handout

HIV Testing Selecting Strategy

Project Inform (booklets, video)

PrEP Watch (materials clearinghouse)

HIV Risk Reduction Tool


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PrEP and PEP contact us button

This video featured Dr. John Krotchko and Jesse Chavez from Denver Health. The video was filmed and edited by Peak Creative. Animation created by Shruthi Bajaj from Denver Health. This project was supported by the Centers of Disease Control (CDC).