PrEP 201: Prevention for Every Body

We were pleased to hear from community educators representing Freddie and PAN member Health Initiative for Men in PrEP 201: Prevention for Every Body.

Thomas Iglesias Trombetta and Grant Picarillo from Freddie offered information about some of the lesser-known intricacies of PrEP for HIV prevention, talking about considerations for different types of communities, new developments on the horizon such as injectable PrEP, and variations on PrEP scheduling that may be available for certain folks. Aaron Purdie and Darren Ho of Health Initiative for Men laid out the process for accessing PrEP through the publicly funded program in British Columbia. Freddie is a service option for people who don’t have access to publicly funded PrEP which isn’t available in every province, or don’t wish to go through the publicly funded system.


This on-demand webinar will support the work of:

  • People engaged in HIV eduation and prevention
  • Organizations providing support to people living with HIV and their communities
  • Organizations providing general STBBI education
  • Care providers and advocates
  • People who want to know more about HIV and HIV related care



For additional learning options, visit our library of on-demand webinars in the PAN Presents and KnowledgeConnect series.

We greatly appreciate the vision of our government funders and their ongoing commitment to supporting the work of PAN. In particular we gratefully acknowledge the Public Health Agency of Canada – HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.