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PrEP 2.0

Formerly accredited by


Continuing education credits will no longer be offered for this couse as of October 4, 2019.

Not a medical professional? No problem! You don’t need a medical background to get valuable information from these trainings.

Financial Disclosures

Leading this Training:

  • Terrance Moore: Nothing to disclose
  • Theodore W. Hodge Jr.: Nothing to disclose

Independent Reviewers and Planners:

  • Kathleen Matikonis, MA: Nothing to disclose
  • Andrea Weddle: Nothing to disclose
  • Carole Treston: Nothing to disclose

Planners and Staff:

  • Terrance Moore: Nothing to disclose
  • Milanes Morejon: Nothing to disclose


In this training, Dr. Hodge builds on the foundational concepts regarding PrEP introduced in the first module and emphasizes the ongoing need for PrEP among Black men who have sex with men (MSM). The trainer guides the audience through a case study in which Jaquis, a 22 year-old Black MSM who was previously on PrEP complained of a rash on the palm of his hands to his provider. Dr. Hodge uplifts the importance of connecting young BMSM patients to PrEP based on evidence that points to an increased lifetime risk of HIV diagnosis among this population. By prescribing and educating patients on this life-saving medication, healthcare providers can reduce existing disparities in PrEP eligibility and utilization.

Release Date

  • January 2018

CME/CNE Term of Approval

  • September 2019 - ANAC
  • September 2019 – IDSA/HIVMA

Target Audience

  • Physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who treat MSM, gay, bisexual, and transgender patients

Learning Objectives

At the end of this module you’ll be able to:

  • Discuss the ongoing need for PrEP among Black men who have sex with men (MSM)
  • Articulate the supportive evidence for PrEP efficacy and utilization found in real life research and demonstration projects
  • Identify disparities in PrEP eligibility and utilization 

Leading this Training

Terrance Moore

Deputy Executive Director, NASTAD

Terrance Moore Deputy Executive Director of NASTAD and the Director of the Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Care Continuum. He manages member technical assistance activities and policy development, oversees the organization’s domestic programs portfolio, including health care access, HIV prevention, hepatitis and health equity. Prior to his current role, Terrance the driving force behind the expansion of NASTAD’s gay men’s portfolio as the director of the Policy and Health Equity teams. Terrance also worked for the National Prison Project of the American Civil Liberties Union and served as a legislative aide for Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Christopher Dodd (D-CT). Terrance is a graduate of Howard University.

Theo W. Hodge, Jr., MD

Infectious Disease Physician, Capital Medical Associates

Washington, DC

Theo W. Hodge, Jr., MD, completed medical school at the University of Virginia through a Health Professions scholarship from the United States military. After completing his residency in internal medicine at Georgetown University’s Washington Veterans Affairs Program, Dr. Hodge served as an active-duty Army officer during Operation Desert Storm. Following three years of service, he completed a fellowship in infectious diseases at the Washington Hospital Center/Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Hodge is board-certified in both internal medicine and infectious diseases, and has served as a principal investigator and sub-investigator on numerous clinical trials to advance collective knowledge in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. A native Washingtonian serving the area with 20 years of private medical practice, Dr. Hodge is known for his work promoting HIV awareness within the African American LGBT community.

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