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NEW Videos on PrEP for Women, HIV and Pregnancy & More!

In the latest installment of KFF’s Greater Than HIV and CDC’s Let’s Stop HIV Together video series on sexual health, Charlene Flash, MD, MPH, joins to discuss women and HIV!

From why women need to know about PrEP, to preventing HIV transmission during pregnancy, to taking your power back and more, Dr. Flash covers it all in these easy-to-understand one-minute explainer videos. Watch & share.

An infectious disease physician, Dr. Flash is president and CEO of Avenue 360 Health and Wellness, a Federally Qualified Health Center based in Houston, Texas, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease at Baylor College of Medicine.

Use the videos to connect with your networks.

Dr. Flash’s videos are the latest addition to the growing library of HIV explainer videos from leading public health experts produced by KFF with CDC. All videos are available rights-free for educational use.

Share on social media. The videos come in both horizontal (16×9) formats and vertical (9×16) formats, preferred for TikTok, Facebook / Instagram Stories and Reels, and YouTube Shorts. Remember to tag #GreaterThanHIV and #StopHIVTogether!

You can also embed the videos on your website, use in your clinics, link in your e-communications, and share directly with clients.

To view and download all available content including videos and other graphics, visit the Greater Than HIV digital library. You can also share directly from the Greater Than HIV YouTube channel.  

If you are interested in using the videos for paid placement, please reach out to us and we can assist with media planning at all budget levels:

Coming Soon!

Launching later this fall are even more videos focused on HIV (and specifically STDs!) featuring Dr. David Malebranche and Dr. Leandro Mena.

Always consult a healthcare provider for any personal health decisions. The marks “CDC” and “Let’s Stop HIV Together” are owned by the US Dept. of Health and Human Services and are used with permission. Use of these logos is not an endorsement by HHS or CDC of any particular product, service, or enterprise.