Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV (PrEP) is taking a medicine (currently a tablet that contains drugs called Tenofovir Disoproxil and Emtricitabine) that reduces the risk of HIV infection.
Currently, PrEP is not available on the NHS.
You can access PrEP by:
Buying it online:
You can find out how at the HIV treatment information and advocacy website i-base i-base.info/guides/prep/buying-prep-online
The PrEP Impact trial:
Burrell Street Clinic is a trial site and we are enrolling people from a waitlist. As of 20th June we have closed the waitlist, as we are heavily oversubscribed. We will update this page should we be able to reopen the list at any point.
If you have seen a health advisor at our service and have already been referred to PrEP impact study, and not heard from us, please drop us an email at email@example.com If you haven’t had an assessment with one of our health advisors since October 2017, our research team will not be able to respond to your query.
If you are taking PrEP, it is important that you get checked up regularly (every 3 months). If you are getting your PrEP elsewhere, we provide monitoring free of charge at all 3 of our clinics. Just tick “I want to discuss PrEP or have it monitored” when you check in. Please attend for a monitoring session two weeks before beginning PrEP, and every three months thereafter.
The National AIDS Manual on obtaining PrEP in the UK:
I-base has an online UK guide outlining all information regarding PrEP: