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Blog: July 2018

Optimal strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of acute or chronic hepatitis B infection in British Columbia

Background

Hepatitis B (HBV) is a vaccine-preventable infection. People who have not been vaccinated, however, may become infected through contact with the body fluids of an HBV-infected person.

While the early stages of...

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Categories: New knowledge

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Take our survey: Health provider needs for hepatitis B

Hepatitis Services at the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) would like to invite health care providers to participate in a short survey.

The purpose of this survey is to identify the learning needs of health...

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Categories: Events and announcements

High Demand for Hepatitis C Education among BC Providers

Background

Patient and provider hepatitis C (HCV)-related knowledge gaps, present at every point on the HCV illness and care journey, are associated with lower care engagement.[1,2]

Education  is key for increased...

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“Hepatitis C: The Basics” course increases knowledge and capacity to engage in care

Background

In British Columbia, a lack of engagement is contributing to a rising tide of morbidity and mortality associated with hepatitis (HCV) infection and could impact Canada’s goal to eliminate HCV by 2030.[1]

In...

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Categories: Program updates

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Revisions to the BCCDC Non-Certified Practice Sexual Assault Decision Support Tools

A number of changes have been made to the BCCDC Communicable Disease Control Manual, Chapter 5:...

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Categories: Current practice

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