Viral Hepatitis

Viral hepatitis has long been known as a silent epidemic, as many people living with the disease are unaware. Local health departments are on the frontlines of addressing viral hepatitis from prevention to care/cure, and continue to play a key role in moving our nation closer to the goal of eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030. NACCHO supports the role of local health departments in achieving elimination goals through capacity building, guidance, and advocacy.

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Web Series: Local Approaches to Preventing & Eliminating HBV

Three-part webinar series on local strategies to eliminate hepatitis B virus (HBV) infections

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Web Series: Local Approaches to Preventing & Eliminating HBV

Community Health

Hepatitis C Provider Detailing Kit

Resources to help local health departments educate providers on testing, treating & linking to care.

Community Health

Hepatitis C Provider Detailing Kit

Community Health

Hepatitis C and Local Health Departments Educational Series

HCV is the most common chronic blood borne infection in the US. Take this course to learn more.

Community Health

Hepatitis C and Local Health Departments Educational Series

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