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CRUSH-PrEP for Women Project

Open Label
Principal Investigator(s)
Janet Myers, PhD, Mi-Suk Kang Dufour, PhD, Kimberly A Koester, MA, Rebecca Packard, BA

UCSF is conducting an evaluation of a demonstration project. The aims of the CRUSH-PrEP for Women project are to integrate the delivery of a comprehensive PrEP package for HIV-negative at-risk women into primary care settings. The delivery of the PrEP package will leverage the well regarded reputation of the LifeLong primary care clinicians to provide a highly effective combination HIV prevention strategy including; PrEP, post-exposure prophylaxis (nPEP), repeat HIV and STI testing, treatment of sexually transmitted infections. Counselling for for sexual health promotion and services specifically designed for vulnerable women such as staying free of violence and domestic abuse will be offered as an integrated part of this package. UCSF will conduct evaluation activities only. The investigators expect that UCSF will enroll 50 participants in the evaluation assessments across the 15 months of data collection. Evaluation cohort participants will provide quantitative data to evaluate the linkage and engagement in care among clinic attendees as well as the uptake and use of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis.

Prevention Option(s)
Study Design
Open label
Trial Sponsors
UCSF, Gilead Sciences, Lifelong Medical Care
May 2016
August 2017

Lifelong Medical Care

Oakland, California
United States of America