Appointments are now available for the WA Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Implementation Trial (PrEPIT-WA)!
You are able to choose from four clinics, which will be enrolling participants into the trial. We have included the details on these clinics below. Please note that Royal Perth Hospital Sexual Health Service (East Perth) is currently not open for enrolment, but has plans to join the trial before the end of the year.
M Clinic (08) 9227 0734
GP on Beaufort (08) 9262 8600
South Terrace Clinic (08) 9431 2149
Royal Perth Hospital Sexual Health Service (08) 9224 2178*
*Registrations Opening Soon
What is PrEP?
PrEP is a HIV prevention method where people who do not have HIV take a pill every day to reduce their risk of becoming infected with HIV.
What is PrEPIT-WA?
PrEPIT-WA is a study run by the Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales, funded by the Western Australian (WA) Government, in collaboration with a number of partners, including sexual health services and clinics. PrEPIT-WA aims to assess the impact of the rapid expansion in access to PrEP amongst those at highest risk of acquiring HIV, in particular, if it will lead to a drop in new HIV infections.
The study will see up to 2,000 people at high risk of acquiring HIV enrolled in the study as efficiently as possible.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE PrEPIT-WA STUDY?