My PrEP Story: Leander (part 3)

My PrEP Story is the personal voice of people who are using, or have used, PrEP, and those who have been at the forefront of providing it and advocating for it. Find out more about their decisions to use PrEP, how they have navigated using PrEP, and their very own […]

My PrEP Story: KUCHENGA (part 2)

It’s time for us to give shape, form and colour to our unspoken concerns says KUCHENGA in her second My PrEP Story blog. My PrEP Story is the personal voice of people who are using, or have used, PrEP, and those who have been at the forefront of providing it […]

My PrEP Story: Phil (part 3)

My PrEP Story is the personal voice of people who are using, or have used, PrEP, and those who have been at the forefront of providing it and advocating for it. Find out more about their decisions to use PrEP, how they have navigated using PrEP, and their very own […]

Motivations and barriers to PrEP use for Black gay men in London

As new research is released on the motivations and barriers to PrEP use for Black men in London, Charlie Witzel from LSHTM provides the headlines of the research. Who we are We’re a group of social scientists who work in HIV prevention research and community activism. Charlie Witzel, who led […]

PrEPster welcomes NHS England PrEP IMPACT Trial funding commitment

PrEPster welcomes today’s commitment from NHS England to fund additional places on the England PrEP IMPACT Trial. The IMPACT Trial was launched in October 2017, with the 13,000 places on the Trial rapidly filling up. Trial researchers have made a request for places on the Trial to be increased to […]

My PrEP Story: Marc (part 1)

Making it personal helped PrEPster co-founder Marc convince his Mum that PrEP should be available on the NHS. In his first My PrEP Story blog find out why he’ll be putting on his running shorts so men like him can get access PrEP: with support from his mum! My PrEP […]

My PrEP Story: Will (part 1)

As the IMPACT Trial hits its first anniversary, PrEPster co-founder Will Nutland says that the waiting needs to stop: full implementation of PrEP must become a priority. Read more in his first My PrEP Story blog. My PrEP Story is the personal voice of people who are using, or have […]

My PrEP Story: Leander (part 2)

Being a high profile sex worker gives Leander the opportunity to talk to people about PrEP from around the world. In his second My PrEP Story blog, he says why those of us you can talk about PrEP should grab every opportunity to do so. My PrEP Story is the […]

My PrEP Story: Jamm (part 1)

Jamm’s been on PrEP for 6 years – first on the PROUD Trial, then buying PrEP online, and now as a participant on the IMPACT Trial. In his first My PrEP Story Blog, Brighton-based Jamm says he’s cool being called a slut and why it doesn’t matter what anyone else […]

PrEPster’s 5 Things website Highly Commended at BMA Patient Information Awards

PrEPster’s 5 Things to know about the IMPACT Trial website has been Highly Commended by the British Medical Association’s Patient Information Awards. The website, along with accompanying video and small resource, was launched to assist potential participants in the England IMPACT Trial to be ‘trial ready’. Judges commented that it […]