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CATALYST’S QUALITY IMPROVEMENT COLLABORATIVE

For the first time, with the PrEP ring and CAB PrEP entering markets alongside oral PrEP, women have multiple HIV prevention methods to choose from. Now prevention programs face another first: how to deliver those options in ways that ensure informed choice and foster effective use. To help answer that question, MOSAIC embedded a quality improvement collaborative into its flagship CATALYST study.

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YOUTH-POWERED: THREE WAYS THE CATALYST STUDY ENGAGES YOUNG WOMEN TO UNDERSTAND PrEP CHOICE

What sets CATALYST apart is the study’s emphasis on meaningful involvement of young people at every stage of the research to understand end-user perspectives and help tailor the study to meet their needs. This makes us hopeful because the inclusion of young people in the CATALYST journey has not been tokenistic; rather our contributions have been reflected in the whole process so far. In this post, we describe three ways youth have been engaged in CATALYST.

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