Viral Hepatitis Elimination Strategy: Cascade to Cure in Special Populations

Apr 12, 2023  02:00 PM  EST

Participants in this four-part learning collaborative will hear from researchers and practitioners about reducing viral hepatitis, preventing new infections, improving hepatitis-related health outcomes, and quality improvement implementation strategies. Each session will address different special populations, including residents of public housing, IV drug users, Asian Americans and African Americans. Participants can expect to learn about viral hepatitis elimination strategies, community engagement strategies, vaccine uptake strategies, and screening tools for capacity building. This learning collaborative is for clinicians, nurses, and all health center staff who serve public housing residents and other special populations.

Registration is now closed.

Continuing Education Credits

Registration is free of charge and 1 CEU will be offered per session. Attendees must complete the evaluation to receive CEU certificate. Learn more here.



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