As the need grows to maximize health impact with limited resources, modeling has become more important as a public health tool. The Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention (CAMP) is dedicated to improving public health decision-making through using statistical, epidemic simulation, and economic models to uncover new disease patterns and inform prevention policies in five areas: HIV, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, and school/adolescent health.
Some CAMP models also inform clinical care and preventive services. CAMP is providing these continuing education credit opportunities free of charge, in support of evidence-based public health and clinical practices.
To receive continuing education credit:
This CME activity involves reading a CAMP publication followed by a quiz. Once you have read the publication, follow the CME button below to complete the quiz. Note: This is an Open Access publication. This modeling research simulated various scenarios of PrEP coverage, risk compensation, and STI screening intervals to look at the impact of PrEP on STI incidence.