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Community engagement in the provision of culturally competent HIV and STI prevention services: lessons from the French experience in the era of PrEP

Abstract : Communities have been a driving force in the response to the HIV epidemic, advocating for research, the access to treatment and healthcare, and human rights for key populations (KP) and people living with HIV (PLHIV). The importance of community engagement (CE) in the development and implementation of pertinent programmes throughout the HIV care continuum has been widely recognized 1-3. In the context of increasing pre‐exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) research, interest and access (though still limited), there is an opportunity to have a fresh look at CE regarding HIV/STI research and care delivery. France, where PrEP has been authorized and fully reimbursed since 2016, may provide key lessons for CE in the provision of comprehensive, culturally adapted HIV/STI prevention and treatment services.
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Daniela Rojas Castro, Rosemary Delabre, Stéphane Morel, David Michels, Bruno Spire. Community engagement in the provision of culturally competent HIV and STI prevention services: lessons from the French experience in the era of PrEP. Journal of the International AIDS Society, BioMed Central (2008-2012) ; International Aids Society (2008-) ; Wiley (2017-), 2019, 22 (S6), ⟨10.1002/jia2.25350⟩. ⟨hal-02612017⟩

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