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.

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

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

* 3. Please rate the following:

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Quality of the information provided
Usefulness of the information provided

* 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)?

* 5. What medications are used in PrEP?

* 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?

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

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

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

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

* 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.

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

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

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

* 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?

* 16. After visiting this site how likely are you to contact our health navigators to ask questions or get linked to care?

* 17. What would be your preferred method of contacting a health navigator if you were to do so? [please rank each]

  Most Preferred 2nd Most 3rd Most 4th Most Least Preferred
Telephone Call
Email
Text Message
Video chat 
One-on-one visit

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