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Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Primary Care - Answers From the Experts

  1. What are the 5 Ps that providers should discuss with patients when taking a sexual history?
    Pregnancy Intention, Patterns of Employment, Past History of STIs, Primary Residence, Partners
    Partners, Practices, Protection from STIs, Pregnancy Intention, Past History of STIs
    Practices, Primary Residence, Patterns of Employment, Pregnancy Intention, Protection from STIs
    Primary Residence, Partners, Protection from STIs, Past History of STIs, Pregnancy Intention
  2. A 20-year-old Black female patient presents at a primary care clinic requesting assistance with substance abuse issues due to stress at her university. During the exam, she reports challenges remembering her actions and waking up in strange locations, such as in male students’ dorm rooms. She states that she is unsure whether her partners always use a condom during sexual encounters. In addition to providing resources to assist with substance abuse and reproductive education, which of the following is the best initial course of action to protect patient sexual health during her visit?
    Order tests for STIs only because the patient is heterosexual
    Order tests for STIs and HIV and discuss the benefits of PrEP
    Counsel the patient to stop engaging in risky behaviors
    Prescribe PrEP and schedule follow-up visits
  3. Which geographic region of the United States has disproportionately low PrEP access and coverage?