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Differentiated PrEP service delivery is critical for increasing person- and community-centredness. It improves access, uptake and persistence among people with an ongoing likelihood of HIV exposure, supports effective use of PrEP (sufficient drug concentration to achieve protection during periods of risk) and reduces unnecessary burdens on the health system (frequent unnecessary consultations by scarce professional cadres).
Example of a national DSD for PrEP policy
International AIDS Society
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differentiated service delivery, PrEP, pre-exposure prophylaxis