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May 2018 Hepatitis Awareness Month Webinar Series

Earn up to 3 free CE credits

This 3-part series on HCV policy and national trends is sponsored by the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium.

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  • Part 1: Implications of National Trends in Opioid Use and HCV Infection
    Tuesday May 1, 2018 from 9-10am PST
    Register for Part 1
  • Part 2: Best Practices for HCV Programming at Health Centers
    Tuesday May 15, 2018 from 9-10am PST
    Register for Part 2
  • Part 3: Sustaining HCV Programming at Your Health Center
    Tuesday May 29, 2018 from 9-10am PST
    Register for Part 3

Ongoing Training Opportunities

  • National Hepatitis Training Institute
    Provides Free on-line training for frontline workers in community based organizations and clinics on hepatitis prevention, diagnosis, management, treatment and integration.
  • Hepatitis C Online
    A free training program for health care providers who are diagnosing, monitoring and managing Hepatitis C virus infection.
  • Institute for Healthcare Improvement
    A non-profit organization that is a leading innovator, convener, partner, and driver of health care improvement efforts. The organization offers information and professional development that includes conferences, seminars, audio and web-based programs.
  • HIV/HCV Co-Infection: An AETC National Curriculum
    This evidence-based online curriculum for healthcare providers and trainers of healthcare providers seeks to to increase participant knowledge of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) co-infection among people of color in the United States and its territories. Topics covered include prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment recommendations as well as barriers and other co-factors that may impede optimal treatment outcomes for co-infected people of color. 

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