To help us know how much you know (or have recently learned about) pre-exposure prophylaxis, i.e. PrEP, please take a few minutes to complete this short survey.
How helpful was this website for understanding PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)?

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* 1. How helpful was this website for understanding PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)?

How helpful was this website for learning about PrEP?

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* 2. How helpful was this website for learning about PrEP?

Please rate the following:

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* 3. Please rate the following:

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Have you ever heard of HIV-negative people taking HIV drugs before sex because they thought it would reduce their chances of getting HIV infection (PrEP–Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)?

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* 4. Have you ever heard of HIV-negative people taking HIV drugs before sex because they thought it would reduce their chances of getting HIV infection (PrEP–Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)?

What medications are used in PrEP?

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* 5. What medications are used in PrEP?

What is it called when someone who is HIV negative is exposed to HIV and then takes HIV medications for 28 days to reduce their chances of getting HIV?

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* 6. What is it called when someone who is HIV negative is exposed to HIV and then takes HIV medications for 28 days to reduce their chances of getting HIV?

True or False: PrEP can be prescribed for HIV+ people

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* 7. True or False: PrEP can be prescribed for HIV+ people

True or False: PrEP is 100% effective in reducing HIV risk.

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* 8. True or False: PrEP is 100% effective in reducing HIV risk.

How often should PrEP be taken (as currently recommended by CDC)?

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* 9. How often should PrEP be taken (as currently recommended by CDC)?

What else should be used with PrEP to prevent HIV transmission? (check all that apply)

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* 10. What else should be used with PrEP to prevent HIV transmission? (check all that apply)

On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 is no knowledge and 10 is expert knowledge), my knowledge of PrEP was ___ BEFORE I visited this site.

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* 11. On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 is no knowledge and 10 is expert knowledge), my knowledge of PrEP was ___ BEFORE I visited this site.

On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 is no knowledge and 10 is expert knowledge), my knowledge of PrEP is ___ AFTER visiting this site.

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* 12. On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 is no knowledge and 10 is expert knowledge), my knowledge of PrEP is ___ AFTER visiting this site.

If you are HIV-negative, are you currently taking PrEP? (skip if you are HIV-positive)

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* 13. If you are HIV-negative, are you currently taking PrEP? (skip if you are HIV-positive)

If you are HIV-negative, how likely are you to take PrEP in the future? (skip if you are HIV-positive)

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* 14. If you are HIV-negative, how likely are you to take PrEP in the future? (skip if you are HIV-positive)

CDC guidelines state that PrEP may be appropriate for HIV-negative adult men who have sex with men who are at “substantial, ongoing high risk for acquiring HIV,” or HIV-negative heterosexuals with very high risk (e.g., a partner who is HIV positive), or people who inject drugs. Do you fit into any of these categories?

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* 15. CDC guidelines state that PrEP may be appropriate for HIV-negative adult men who have sex with men who are at “substantial, ongoing high risk for acquiring HIV,” or HIV-negative heterosexuals with very high risk (e.g., a partner who is HIV positive), or people who inject drugs. Do you fit into any of these categories?

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