PrEP Learning Network: Using Human-Centered Design to Bridge the Disconnect Between Providers and End Users in PrEP Programming - Shared screen with speaker view
all slides and a resource sheet will be shared after the webinar
Please use the chat to share questions and comments during the presentations
From Deborah: Are these findings being or already published in peer-review articles? thanks!
we will include links to any published materials in the resource sheet after the webinar
IDI stands for in-depth interviews
Kristine / Martha - I’m curious how many participants are currently attending this webinar?
Would love to hear how these findings are being translated into practice.
We have 102 total on the line right now (8 panelists, 94 attendees)
@Kelsey, yes a recording will be posted on the PrEP LN website along with a resource sheet
Yes, the recording, slides and resource sheet will all be available post call. please see this link for back resources as well! https://www.prepwatch.org/virtual-learning-network/
Will the tools be included in the resources shared from this webinar?
Question from Desta: What are the content of mobile App.
Are there restrictions to adapt the animations to other languages?
Question from Amy: How will PreP be integrated with the upcoming rollout of the DPV ring?
Question from Yolaan: Wondering if any of these studies were done with Sexworkers? Interested in how one was able to mobilise or create demand amongst key populations. Especially in a context where there is no National Rollout for all
Question from Ochuko: How can one access the tools for HCW?
Were the HCW videos complemented by any in-person trainings or coaching? Do you have any evaluation data demonstrating how well the videos alone improved HCW attitudes and skills?
Do you have the message in local language, Bemba for example
@Amy: resources for ring introduction can be found on PrEPWatch, including this one that explores how ring could be layered on PrEP rollout in 7 countries: https://www.prepwatch.org/resource/dapivirine-ring-early-intro-considerations/
Question from Kyaw: our country also plan to develop for PrEP tracker. Where can I learn more about thisPrEp management system? How work?
Question from Manju: thanks for great presentations. For Zambia HCD - did you also create tools specific for users?
How was HCD used in the development of these interventions (mobile app, PrEP mgmt system, etc.)? Were there prototypes that were iterated in partnership with end users? Any additional information on this prototyping & iteration process?
Can we also please share a copy of the national communication strategy that was developed to support PrEP rollout?
Question from Barbara: it would be helpful if one of the panelists could explain how HCD differs from the tremendous body of work in the 90’s and 2000’s about quality of care in family planning post-Cairo?
Question from Ricky: curious about if FP came up during the ideation step?
Question from Jenny: Would the use of structural programs be a good way to generate demand for prevention options and improve adherence
Question from Barbara: I noticed the animated health worker said PrEP is for people at HIGH RISK of HIV—is it possible the message will come across that the CHW will need to determine level of risk vs counseling the woman to make her own assessment of her risk/need?
Question from Melissa: Any effective strategies for reaching men for PrEP uptake?
PrEP Ambassador Training Tools very much needed. Thank you
How are you addressing segment in terms of communication strategies - MSMs and Sex workers -in areas where such groups face discrimination
Yolaan- the ambassador training can be found here: https://www.prepwatch.org/resource/ambassador-training-package/ currently specific to AGYW at the moment, but being adapted for a general population, as Kristine mentionedoops! meant for all.
Does any one have an experience or ressources about community prep provision on community setting? out of clinical setting?