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Wisconsin Hepatitis Strategic Plan

Description:

The Wisconsin Hepatitis Strategic Plan (the Plan) will assist the Department of Health and Family (DHFS) Hepatitis Programs in their mission to protect and promote the health of state residents by decreasing transmission of hepatitis A, B and C and limiting the complications of hepatitis-related liver diseases. The Plan was developed by a Workgroup composed of 32 experts from state and local public health (including epidemiology, AIDS/HIV, immunization, sexually transmitted diseases, occupational health, and environmental health); gastroenterology; pediatrics; advanced practice nurse practitioners; infection control; clinical laboratorians; health care finance; general public and health care provider education; drug treatment; corrections; consumer advocacy; and blood collection. The planning process occurred from February 2002 through December 2002 and was supported by a grant from the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE).

Toolkit:

Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Immigrant and Refugee Health, Immunization, Infectious Diseases

Jurisdiction:

Institutional Author:

Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services: Division of Public Health, Bureau of Communicabl

Submitted:

04/26/2012

Modified:

08/16/2013

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