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PrEP implementation for mothers in antenatal care


Author
John-Stewart et al.

Publication year

Country
USA

Type of approach
Facility-based

Type of assistance
n/a

Specimen
Oral-fluid

Study population
Vulnerable population: Vulnerable population: pregnant women

Study design
Trials

Sample size
4000

UNAIDS HIV prevalence (2017)
0.2 [0.2 - 0.2]

Methodology
Cluster-randomized clinical trial (RCT) in 20 Maternal Child Health (MCH) clinics in western Kenya (10 clinics per arm, 200 women per clinic, 4000 women overall) to compare 2 models of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) delivery in pregnancy. Clinics will offer universal availability of PrEP (and women self-select whether to use) or targeted offer of PrEP (i.e., offer to women identified as high-risk through a standardized risk assessment and partner self-testing, and then women identified as high-risk select whether to use). Leveraging the pre-existing MCH clinic visit schedule will enable programmatically relevant assessment of PrEP uptake, use, and HIV incidence.

Summary of findings
Forthcoming

Acceptability
n/a

Acceptability details
n/a

Willingness to pay
n/a

Willingness to pay details
n/a

Sensitivity
n/a

Specificity
n/a

Concordance
n/a

HIV positivity
n/a

Accuracy details
n/a

Social harm
n/a

Linkage to prevention, care and treatment
n/a


Study status
Ongoing