SB 325 Pharmacy-Based PrEP

Presenters: Christina Madison, PharmD, Rob Phoenix, APRN, FNP-C, and Rosanne Sugay, MD, MPH, AAHIVM

Online CME Credit

Fee: Free

Provides 2.00 hours of CE/CME credit (Presented: December 14, 2022; Reviewed December 14, 2022; Expires December 14, 2024)


This two-hour recorded webinar meets the 2 hour CE requirement for Nevada pharmacists to prescribe and dispense pre-exposure prophylaxis medication for people at risk of HIV infection. 

This recording will provide pharmacists with an extensive review of the Nevada Board of Pharmacy regulations pertaining to the provision of pharmacy-based HIV prevention services, including both post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).  Content will include HIV transmission, testing, and medications for prevention, counseling techniques for sexual history taking and patient medication adherence, current PEP and PrEP guidelines, case discussions, and information about resources to help patients access these medications.  This program has been approved for CME/CEU through the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education. The Nevada Board of Pharmacy has approved pharmacy credit. 

SB 325 Pharmacy-Based PrEP Program Resource

Learning Objectives

Following participation in this course, participants should be able to:

  • Summarize the Nevada Board of Pharmacy regulations governing pharmacy-based PrEP and PEP
  • Explain the process of HIV transmission and how HIV is treated
  • Conduct a thorough and culturally competent sexual history and risk assessment
  • Manage PEP and PrEP for a variety of patients
  • Explain the importance of medication adherence to patients taking PEP or PrEP
  • Summarize pharmacists’ scope of practice for HIV prevention services including PEP and PrEP
  • Discuss case studies pertaining to PEP and PrEP
  • Describe sources of funding and financial assistance for PEP and PrEP, including the clinical consultation
  • Describe three challenges for the implementation of pharmacy-based PEP and PrEP programs and strategies to address them

The Pacific AETC-NV offers engaging and interactive online learning opportunities to increase healthcare providers' knowledge and awareness of HIV and STI-related health topics. To view all session topics available, please click on Pacific AETC Nevada’s E-Learning page for more online and on-demand learning opportunities.

Program Faculty

This program has been planned and will be presented by three PAETC-NV faculty who are experts in HIV care and prevention. 
Christina Madison, PharmD, FCCP, AAHIVP, Founder, The Public Health Pharmacist. Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Roseman University of Health Sciences, Faculty, Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center- Nevada, Henderson, NV
Rob Phoenix, APRN, FNP-C, Owner, Huntridge Family Clinic, Faculty, Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center- Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
Rosanne Sugay, MD, MPH, AAHIVM, Physician, UMC Wellness, Medical Director, Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center- Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

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