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The PrEP Impact Trial

PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxsis) is a preventative drug for HIV negative people. It can significantly reduce the risk of catching HIV when taken as instructed. To plan a PrEP program in England, NHS England and Local Authorities need to know how many people need PrEP, how many will want to take it and for how long. In order to find this information, 56 Dean Street, along with other sexual health services is conducting this research. Everyone who takes part will have access to PrEP until September 2020.

Recruitment to the Trial

Before you book your place

  • Check that you are eligible to join the study. There is a good summary on the Prepster website
  • Read the patient information leaflet on the main trial website
  • If your last HIV test was not at one of these clinics you may need to bring proof that you have HIV tested in the last year. (56 Dean Street, Dean Street Express, 10 Hammersmith Broadway, John Hunter Clinic)