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Integrating preexposure prophylaxis delivery in routine family planning clinics: A feasibility programmatic evaluation in Kenya


The PrEP Implementation in Young Women and Adolescents (PrIYA) program is a realworld implementation program to demonstrate integration of PrEP delivery for at-risk AGYW in FP clinics in Kisumu, Kenya. Between November 2017 and June 2018, women aged 15 to 45 from the general population seeking FP services at 8 public health clinics were universally screened for HIV behavioral risk factors and offered PrEP following national PrEP guidelines. We evaluated PrEP uptake and continuation, and robust Poisson regression methods were used to identify correlates of uptake and early continuation of PrEP, with age included as a one-knot linear spline.

Authors: Kenneth K. Mugwanya, Jillian Pintye, John Kinuthia, Felix Abuna, Harrison Lagat, Emily R. Begnel, Julia C. Dettinger, Grace John-Stewart, Jared M. Baeten

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