Table 2

Barriers and facilitators affecting providers when PrEP was accessed through FP services

  • Lack of costing studies

  • Kenya: Reducing costs through (1) postponing creatinine testing and (2) prioritising PrEP delivery to clients at high HIV risk

  • Kenya: Increased workload of healthcare worker, physical space constraints, drug stockouts, inaccurate PrEP knowledge

  • Kenya: Task sharing, facility-specific client flow modifications (eg, fast tracking), myths busting groups

Provider training
  • Kenya: Lack of provider training

  • USA: Lack of provider training

  • USA: 1.5 hour PrEP information training improved providers’ PrEP knowledge

  • FP, family planning; PrEP, pre-exposure prophylaxis.