1. Stay informed
Stay up-to-date about PrEP and the latest research on PrEP. Visit our resources section for good sources of PrEP information.
2. Tell your friends
Educate and inform your own social and sexual networks about PrEP. Let them know how and where to find out about PrEP, and direct them to research about it. Share this website with five friends today!
3. Sign the community PrEP statement
Join thousands of others calling for access to PrEP on the NHS.
5. Email your MP
Call on your MP to support the availability of PrEP in England. Write to them about the NHS England u-turn on PrEP
6. Contact your local authority
Ask your local authority’s Director of Public Health (DPH) what provisions they are putting in place now, should PrEP become available on the NHS in the future. Your local authority will be the same authority you pay your Council Tax to. You can find the email addresses of your local DPH here.
7. Ask your sexual health clinic
Ask about PrEP availability at your next sexual health clinic visit (even if you won’t personally use it). Respectfully ask the clinic to record that you have requested it, or asked about access to it for you, a friend or your partner/s. Remember that many sexual health staff want to see it available too – and likely to be on your side.