Investigating HIV prevention knowledge, attitudes, and practices: Informing PrEP access for ‘at risk’ young Australians

University of Queensland

This research aims to identify and explore the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of young people (16-24 years) in relation to their knowledge, access, and usage of PrEP. It will also aim to explore the attitudes and experience of healthcare and service providers who provide and recommend PrEP to young people.

This survey aims to explore healthcare and service providers attitudes, experiences, and concerns about initiating PrEP for young people. It is open for any healthcare professional eligible to prescribe PrEP to young people (16-24 years) as well as non-prescribing healthcare and service professionals who provide PrEP information and support to young people.

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