Recent Breakthroughs in HIV Prevention for Transgender People and Men who Have Sex with Men

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Health care providers now have an expanding number of effective HIV prevention tools at their fingertips, including behavioral and biomedical interventions. This session provides step by step guidance on how clinicians can be most effective at preventing new HIV infections in high-risk MSM and transgender patients. Included is a discussion of evidence-based High Impact HIV Prevention Programs as recommended by the CDC, and how best to optimize implementation of HIV prevention programs in patient centered medical homes (PCMH) and other primary care settings.