Resources

ADAP Drug Assistance Program resources

Slide Set for 2011 National ADAP Monitoring Project Annual Report: Module Two and Module Two Supplement
5/2/2011 11:38:00 AM | Source: NASTAD - This slide set provides detailed information related to client enrollment and utilization, expenditures and prescriptions filled, prescription distribution and payment methods, insurance coordination, ADAP coordination with Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans (PCIPs), ADAP coordination with Medicare Part D, and ADAP coverage of hepatitis treatments from Module Two and Module Two Supplement of the 2011 National ADAP Monitoring Project Annual Report.


Educational materials Educational materials resources

Hepatitis C - Are You At Risk?
1/1/1900 | Source: Wisconsin Hepatitis Program - Wisconsin Hepatitis C - Are You At Risk Brochure

Hepatitis C: How to Stay Healthy and Informed
1/1/1900 | Source: New York City Department of Health - Resource for clients testing positive for HCV.

Clinical Guidelines for the Medical Management of Hepatitis C
1/1/1900 | Source: New York State Department of Health - 

Primary Care of Hepatitis C
1/1/1900 | Source: Chicago Department of Health - 

Viral Hepatitis Unmet Needs
1/1/1900 | Source: NASTAD - 

Viral Hepatitis Work Group Minutes
1/1/1900 | Source: NASTAD - 

Covering Health Issues -- 2006 Sourcebook
1/1/1900 | Source: Alliance for Health Reform - The guide is useful for anyone interested in health policy issues. Each chapter contains key facts, an overview, expert sources with telephone numbers, helpful websites, and a discussion of current policy proposals for the following health topics: -The uninsured -Private health coverage -Children's health coverage -Medicare -Medicare prescription drugs -Medicaid -Long-term care -Health care costs -Quality and health information technology -Disparities -Mental health -Pu

Hep C Handbook (1st Edition)
1/1/1900 | Source: A Resource Guide for Georgians - 

Hep C Coordinator
1/1/1900 | Source: IDU Outreach Guidance - 

Oregon Harm Reduction Outreach & Care
1/1/1900 | Source: Oregon Department of Human Services - Harm reduction guidelines for HIV/HepC/STD Prevention

Florida Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2006
1/1/1900 | Source: Florida Department of Health - 

Florida Hepatitis Awareness Month Press Release
1/1/1900 | Source: Florida Department of Health - 

Washington State Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation
1/1/1900 | Source: Washington Department of Health - 


Gay Men/MSM

Hepatitis and Harm Reduction - Alessandra Ross, California
10/22/2008 4:55:00 PM | Source: Alessandra Ross, California Office of AIDS -  

The Surveillance Gap - Sue Shallow and Amy Nishimura, San Francisco
10/14/2008 6:42:00 PM | Source: Sue Shallow and Amy Nishimura, San Francisco Department of Public Health -  

Perinatal HBV Programming - Claudia Miller, Minnesota Department of Health
10/14/2008 4:48:00 PM | Source: Claudia Miller, Minnesota Department of Health -  

Hepatitis Services in Community Health Centers
10/14/2008 4:45:00 PM | Source: Linda Norris and Melissa Callaham, National Association of Community Health Centers -  

Perinatal Programming - Julie Lazaroff, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
10/14/2008 4:41:00 PM | Source: Julie Lazaroff, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene -  

Prevention & Care with Drug Users - Lauretta Grau, Yale School of Public Health
10/13/2008 1:58:00 PM | Source: Lauretta Grau, Yale School of Public Health -  

The Surveillance Gap - Lily Foster, New Mexico
10/13/2008 1:57:00 PM | Source: Lily Foster, New Mexico -  

The Surveillance Gap - Elena Rocchio, New York
10/13/2008 1:57:00 PM | Source: Elena Rocchio, New York -  

Hepatitis Education and Training - Tom Kresina, SAMHSA
10/13/2008 1:56:00 PM | Source: Tom Kresina, SAMHSA -  

Hepatitis Education and Training - Corinna Dan, Hepatitis Foundation International
10/13/2008 1:56:00 PM | Source: Corinna Dan, Hepatitis Foundation International -  

Hepatitis Education and Training - Richard Cotroneo, National Hepatitis Technical Assistance Center
10/13/2008 1:55:00 PM | Source: Richard Cotroneo, National Hepatitis Technical Assistance Center  -  

Hepatitis Education and Training - Anna Thomas & Ereka Washington Philip, Houston Department of Health and Human Services
10/13/2008 1:55:00 PM | Source: Anna Thomas & Ereka Washington Philip, Houstonn Department of Health and Human Services  -  

Hepatitis Advocacy Strategies - Ryan Clary, Project Inform
10/13/2008 1:54:00 PM | Source: Ryan Clary, Project Inform -  

HBV/HCV/HIV Co-Infection Case Management - Sandi Carlson, University of Massachusetts Medical School
10/13/2008 1:54:00 PM | Source: Sandi Carlson, University of Massachusetts Medical School  -  

Hepatitis Advocacy Strategies - Eric Rude & Colleen Flanigan, New York
10/13/2008 1:53:00 PM | Source: Eric Rude & Colleen Flanigan, New York -  

Hepatitis Advocacy Strategies - Martha Saly, California Hepatitis Alliance
10/13/2008 1:53:00 PM | Source: Martha Saly, California Hepatitis Alliance  -  

HBV/HCV Treatment 101 - Lorren Sandt, Hepatitis C Caring Ambassadors Program
10/13/2008 1:52:00 PM | Source: Lorren Sandt, Hepatitis C Caring Ambassadors Program, Washington -  

HBV/HCV Treatment 101 - Tracy Swan, Treatment Action Group
10/13/2008 1:51:00 PM | Source: Tracy Swan, Treatment Action Group -  

HBV/HCV Treatment 101 - Lei Chou, Treatment Action Group
10/13/2008 1:51:00 PM | Source: Lei Chow, Treatment Action Group -  

HAV/HBV Vaccination - Beth Rowe West, North Carolina
10/13/2008 1:50:00 PM | Source: Beth Rowe West, North Carolina -  

HAV/HBV Vaccination - Mary Conant, Massachusetts
10/13/2008 1:49:00 PM | Source: Mary Conant, Massachusetts Department of Public Health -  

Hepatitis and Harm Reduction - Heather Lusk, Hawaii
10/13/2008 1:48:00 PM | Source: Heather Lusk, Hawaii Department of Health -  

Outbreak: Public Health Readiness and Response - Mary Ellen Harrell, Las Vegas, NV
10/13/2008 1:47:00 PM | Source: Southern Nevada Health District -  

Hepatitis and Harm Reduction - Daniel Raymond, Harm Reduction Coalition
10/13/2008 1:47:00 PM | Source: Daniel Raymond, Harm Reduction Coalition -  

Outbreak - Public Health Readiness and Response - Kathy White - Nebraska
10/13/2008 1:46:00 PM | Source: Kathy White, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services -  

Outbreak: Public Health Readiness and Response - Bob Salcido, Nevada
10/13/2008 1:46:00 PM | Source: Bob Salcido, Nevada State Health Division -  

Perinatal Programming - Alison Evans - Drexel University
10/13/2008 1:45:00 PM | Source: Alison Evans, Drexel University and Hepatitis B Foundation -  

Screening, Counseling, Testing & Referral - Geoff Beckett, CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis
10/13/2008 1:44:00 PM | Source: CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis -  

Perinatal Programming - Kari Tapley - Michigan
10/13/2008 1:44:00 PM | Source: Kari Tapley, Michigan Department of Community Health -  

Screening, Counseling, Testing and Referral - Fabian Eluma - SAMHSA
10/13/2008 1:43:00 PM | Source: Fabian Eluma - SAMHSA, Rockville, MD -  

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - NIH NIDDK
10/13/2008 1:42:00 PM | Source: NIH - National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases  -  

Screening, Counseling, Testing and Referral - Andi Thomas - Alert Health
10/13/2008 1:42:00 PM | Source: Andi Thomas - Alert Health, Miami, FL -   

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - HRSA Bureau of Primary Care
10/13/2008 1:41:00 PM | Source: HRSA Bureau of Primary Care -  

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - CDC Immunization Services Division
10/13/2008 1:40:00 PM | Source: CDC Immunization Services Division -  

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
10/13/2008 1:40:00 PM | Source: HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau -  

Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) 101
10/13/2008 1:39:00 PM | Source: Association of Immunization Managers - Overview of Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) programs.

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis
10/13/2008 1:39:00 PM | Source: CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis -  

Agenda - 2008 National Viral Hepatitis Technical Assistance Meeting
10/13/2008 1:34:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - Agenda from the 2008 National Viral Hepatitis Technical Assistance meeting. Presentations below are in order of agenda.

Leveraging Resources - Kathy White, Nebraska
10/13/2008 1:28:00 PM | Source: Kathy White, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services -  

Leveraging Resources - Dave Kern, NASTAD
10/13/2008 1:28:00 PM | Source: Dave Kern, National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors -  

Leveraging Resources - Randy Mayer, Iowa
10/13/2008 1:27:00 PM | Source: Randy Mayer, Iowa Department of Public Health -  

Leveraging Resources - Tricia Ingraham, New Hampshire
10/13/2008 1:25:00 PM | Source: Tricia Ingraham, New Hampshire -  

Future Directions in Treatment - Lei Chow, Treatment Action Group
10/13/2008 1:23:00 PM | Source: Lei Chow, Treatment Action Group -  

Future Directions in Treatment - Tracy Swan, Treatment Action Group
10/13/2008 1:21:00 PM | Source: Tracy Swant, Treatment Action Group -  

Prevention & Care with Drug Users - Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, National Development Research Institutes, Inc.
10/13/2008 1:20:00 PM | Source: Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, National Development Research Institutes, Inc.  -  


Legislation Members of Congress often introduce legislation that affects individuals living with HIV/AIDS and/or hepatitis. NASTAD works with Congress to develop authorizing legislation responsive to the needs of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and viral hepat

Hepatitis C Epidemic Control and Prevention Act
10/14/2008 10:49:00 AM | Source: NASTAD - Fact sheet describing the Hepatitis C Epidemic Control and Prevention Act.

New Mexico Hepatitis Awareness Proclamation
4/30/2008 3:14:00 PM | Source: New Mexico Department of Health -  

Nevada Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2008
4/9/2008 5:54:00 PM | Source: Nevada Department of Health -  

Massachusetts Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation
2/4/2008 10:06:00 AM | Source: Massachusetts Department of Health -  

Oregon Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2007
2/1/2008 4:16:00 PM | Source: Oregon Department of Health -  

Michigan Hepatitis Awareness Month Program - 2006
2/1/2008 3:45:00 PM | Source: Michigan Department of Health -  

Michigan Hepatitis Awareness Month Press Release - 2006
2/1/2008 3:44:00 PM | Source: Michigan Department of Health -  

Michigan Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2006
2/1/2008 3:43:00 PM | Source: Michigan Department of Health -  

Florida Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2006
2/1/2008 11:01:00 AM | Source: Florida Department of Health -  

Florida Hepatitis Awareness Month Press Release - 2006
2/1/2008 11:01:00 AM | Source: Florida Department of Health -  

Oklahoma Hepatitis Awareness Month Press Release 2006
1/1/1900 | Source: Oklahoma Department of Health - 

New Jersey Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2006
1/1/1900 | Source: New Jersey Department of Health - 

New Jersey Hepatitis Awareness Month Press Release - 2006
1/1/1900 | Source: New Jersey Department of Health - 

New Mexico Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2006
1/1/1900 | Source: New Mexico Department of Health - 

New Mexico Hepatitis Awareness Month Press Release - 2006
1/1/1900 | Source: New Mexico Department of Health - 

Washington Hepatitis Month Proclamation
1/1/1900 | Source: Washington Department of Health - 

New Mexico Hepatitis Awareness Month Proclamation - 2007
1/1/1900 | Source: New Mexico Department of Health - 


Prevention HIV/AIDS prevention resources

NASTAD Technical Assistance Meeting Report: Using the Internet to Reach Gay Men
9/29/2009 1:22:00 PM | Source: Dave Kern - On March 29-31, 2009, NASTAD, in partnership with the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD), convened a technical assistance (TA) meeting for health department HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted disease (STD) programs and their community partners.  The meeting focused on using Internet Partner Services (IPS) to reach gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) and brought together colleagues from across the country to dialogue about IPS and o


Provider resources State health department resources

Georgia Hepatitis C Handbook
3/17/2008 5:52:00 PM | Source: Georgia Department of Health -  

Oregon Harm Reduction Outreach & Care Services Guidance
2/1/2008 4:17:00 PM | Source: Oregon Department of Health -  

Florida Hepatitis Resource Guide
2/1/2008 10:59:00 AM | Source: Florida Department of Health -  

Georgia Hepatitis Resource Guide
1/1/1900 | Source: Georgia Department of Health - 


Strategic Plans Strategic plan resources for AIDS directors/program managers

California Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of California - 

Colorado Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Colorado - 

Florida Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Florida - 

Georgia Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Georgia - 

Hawaii Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Hawaii - 

Iowa Viral Hepatitis Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Iowa - 

Louisiana Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Louisiana - 

Maryland Hepatitis C Prevention and Control Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Maryland - 

Massachusetts Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Massachusetts - 

Minnesota Viral Hepatitis Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Minnesota - 

Nebraska Hepatitis C Prevention Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Nebraska - 

New Jersey Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of New Jersey - 

New Mexico Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of New Mexico - 

New York State Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of New York - 

Oregon Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Oregon - 

Texas Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Texas - 

Utah Viral Hepatitis Comprehensive Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Utah - 

Washington State Hepatitis C Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Washington - 

Wisconsin Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Wisconsin - 

Maine Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan
1/1/1900 | Source: State of Maine - 


Substance use/IDU Resources related to HIV/AIDS risk and substance use/injection drug users

Viral Hepatitis and Injection Drug Users
2/13/2006 2:09:00 PM | Source:  - This document provides an overview of viral hepatitis issues for injection drug users (IDUs)and profiles how several states are addressing hepatitis among IDUs.

CDC Dear Colleague Letter - Meth Use
1/1/1900 | Source: CDC - 


Viral Hep Public Policy Update Viral Hep Public Policy Update

NASTAD Recommendations for CDC Testing Initiative
2/14/2012 | Source: NASTAD - 


Viral Hepatitis Resources on viral hepatitis infection, care, treatment, and prevention

Webinar: Viral Hepatitis Testing Initiative: Sharing Results
3/11/2014 | Source: NASTAD - 

Hepatitis C and Drug User Health
2/4/2014 | Source: Massachusetts Department of Public Health - 

FY2014 House DVH Letter
4/17/2013 | Source: Congress - 

HAP Prevention and Public Health Fund Letter
5/9/2012 | Source: NASTAD - 

Viral Hepatitis Testing Day Webinar
3/29/2012 | Source: NASTAD, NYS DOH, CDC - NASTAD and NVHR held a presentation and discussion on preparing for Hepatitis Testing Day, May 19, 2012. The webinar included presentations from the CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis, activities organizations might consider planning and an opportunity for participants to share their plans. 

HAP Presentation to the Corporate Hepatitis Alliance
3/23/2012 | Source: NASTAD - 

FY2013 Appropriations Dear Colleague
3/13/2012 | Source: U.S. House of Representatives - 

FY2013 Appropriations Draft Letter
3/13/2012 | Source: U.S. House of Representatives - 

Rep Hank Johnson CDC Viral Hepatitis Guidelines Letter
3/9/2012 | Source: U.S. House of Representatives - 

Viral Hepatitis FY2013 Community Funding Request Letter
1/9/2012 | Source: Hepatitis Appropriations Partnership - The Hepatitis Appropriations Partnership (HAP), a national coalition of community-based organizations, public health and provider organizations, national hepatitis and HIV organizations and diagnostic, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, wrote a letter to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) with funding recommendations for viral hepatitis programs in FY2013.

Viral Hepatitis Policy Primer
6/1/2011 | Source: NASTAD - 

Viral Hepatitis Advocacy Toolkit
6/1/2011 | Source: NASTAD - 

FY2011 Continuing Resolution - Memo
4/25/2011 5:39:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - On April 12, NASTAD sent a budget update to its members relative to the Full Year Continuing Resolution for Fiscal Year 2011.

National Viral Hepatitis Resource Directory
2/7/2011 10:49:00 AM | Source: NASTAD, NVHR - The National Viral Hepatitis Resource Directory is a compilation of national agencies, health departments, and community-based organizations that provide viral hepatitis services and resources in order to assist you in locating the closest services in your area.

Congressional Letter on Winnable Battles and Secretary Sebelius's Response
1/19/2011 1:53:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - Last fall 16 Members of Congress sent Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Thomas Frieden a letter calling for more leadership from HHS and CDC on viral hepatitis. The letter specifically referenced CDC’s “winnable battles”, the IOM Report on Viral Hepatitis, the HHS Action Plan on Viral Hepatitis, the CDC viral hepatitis professional judgment and information on the burden of HBV and HCV in the

Division of Viral Hepatitis Professional Judgment Budget
11/29/2010 4:26:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - At the request of Congress, the Division of Viral Hepatitis (DVH) developed a professional judgment (PJ) budget that estimates a robust viral hepatitis program would need to be funded at a level of at least $300 million per year or roughly 16 times the current amount of funding.

New Media - What It Is and How to Get the Most Out
11/15/2010 3:53:00 PM | Source: NASTAD, NVHR, AIDS.gov - 

This webinar describes new media tools such as podcasts, RSS feeds, social networks, text messaging, blogs, wikis, twitter and much more that may be useful to you in your viral hepatitis work. Miguel Gomez, Director of AIDS.gov in the Department of Health and Human Services Office of HIV/AIDS Policy and Michelle Samplin-Salgado, New Media Strategist for AIDS.gov present on everything you need to know to help you start developing a new media strategy, monitor your success, and/or add on to you

Webinar: Media 101 - How to Tell Your Story Effectively and Enjoy Doing It
11/14/2010 3:02:00 PM | Source: Weber Shandwick - Webinar on working with the media presented by Sally Squires, Weber Shandwick.

Webinar: CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis Prevention Branch Update
11/14/2010 2:59:00 PM | Source: CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis - Update on CDC Prevention Branch presented by Geoff Beckett, PA-C, MPH.

NASTAD Comments on the National HIV/AIDS (NHAS) Strategy
9/22/2010 3:34:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - The following document is NASTAD's comments to the Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) on the development of the President's National HIV/AIDS (NHAS) Strategy.

Support FY2011 Hepatitis Prevention Funding
5/21/2010 2:13:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - This fact sheet highlights the need for increased funding in FY2011 for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Viral Hepatitis Prevention Program

IOM Report on Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer
5/21/2010 2:13:00 PM | Source: IOM - The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, Hepatitis and Liver Cancer: A National Strategy for Prevention and Control of Hepatitis B and C (2010) found that the public health response to the hepatitis epidemics needs to be significantly ramped up. Through a public-private venture, the IOM was tasked with assessing current prevention and control activities and identify priorities for research, policy and action. Th

Hepatitis Appropriations Partnership's Congressional Testimony
5/18/2010 3:50:00 PM | Source: NASTAD and HAP - 

NASTAD's Hepatitis Appropriations Partnership testified before the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies of the House Appropriations Committee regarding FY2011 budget priorities. Dan Church, the Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator from Massachusetts and member of the Institute of Medicine committee on hepatitis, delivered oral testimony on behalf of the coalition to the Committee regarding increased hepatitis funding for FY2011. <

Community Letter to President Obama Requesting World Hepatitis Day Proclamation
3/19/2010 2:15:00 PM | Source: NASTAD, HCAP, NVHR, WHA - In conjunction with the Congressional letter requesting a Presidential Proclamation for May 19th, 2010 as World Hepatitis Day and the month of May as National Hepatitis Awareness Month, the hepatitis advocacy community on behalf of the World Hepatitis Alliance, the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable, and the Hepatitis C Appropriations Partnership, sent a companion request letter of over 200 organizations.

HCAP 2010 Face-to-Face Annual Meeting Presentation
3/18/2010 5:41:00 PM | Source: NASTAD and HCAP - The following document is HCAP's 2010 Face-to-Face Annual Meeting Presentation.

House Letter Requesting Increased Funding for FY2011 Viral Hepatitis Prevention
3/18/2010 1:26:00 PM | Source: NASTAD and HCAP - The following letter from Representatives Hank Johnson (D-GA), Mike Honda (D-CA), Ed Towns (D-NY),Charles Dent (R-PA), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), and Joseph Cao (R-LA), with 35 total signees, requests an increase in FY2011 funding for viral hepatitis prevention by $30.7 million for a total of $50 million at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Viral Hepatitis.

Viral Hepatitis Recommendations on NHAS
1/21/2010 3:08:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - NASTAD's Hepatitis C Appropriations Partnership provided recommendations for addressing co-infection of viral hepatitis and HIV within the NHAS built upon the viral hepatitis community's broader recommendations to eliminate viral hepatitis for both Americans who are mono-infected and co-infected.

Fact Sheet on the Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Prevention and Control Act of 2009 (H.R.3974)
11/11/2009 4:21:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - Fact sheet describing what the bill authorizes and would do if enacted.

First-Ever Comprehensive Viral Hepatitis Prevention Bill Introduced
11/11/2009 4:14:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - The Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Prevention and Control Act of 2009 (H.R.3974) was introduced in the House of Representatives on Thursday, October 29, with bipartisan and broad support by Representatives Mike Honda, (D-CA) and Charlie Dent (R-PA), along with Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Ed Towns (D-NY), Joseph Cao (R-LA), David Wu (D-OR), Todd Platts (R-PA), Donna M. Christiansen (D-VI), Barbara Lee (D-CA), Bobby Rush (D-IL), George Butterfield (D...

Federal Update - CDC NCHHSTP Perspective
9/1/2009 2:00:00 PM | Source: CDC National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention - An update on viral hepatitis activities and priorities of the CDC National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention.

Provider Perspective - Point of Change Presentation
9/1/2009 1:58:00 PM | Source: Point of Change, Inc. - An update from Point of Change, Inc.

Health Department Perspective - New York City
9/1/2009 1:56:00 PM | Source: New York City Office of Viral Hepatitis Coordination - An update from the New York City Office of Viral Hepatitis Coordination.

Advocacy Update - National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable
9/1/2009 1:52:00 PM | Source: National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable - An update on the advocacy priorities of the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable.

Advocacy Update - Hepatitis C Appropriations Partnership
9/1/2009 1:50:00 PM | Source: Hepatitis C Appropriations Partnership - An update on the advocacy priorities of the Hepatitis C Appropriations Partnership.

Advocacy Update - National Hepatitis C Advocacy Council
9/1/2009 1:47:00 PM | Source: National Hepatitis C Advocacy Council - An update on the advocacy priorities of the National Hepatitis C Advocacy Council.

Advocacy Update - Hepatitis C Advocates UNITED!
9/1/2009 1:45:00 PM | Source: Hepatitis C Advocates UNITED! - An update on the advocacy priorities of Hepatitis C Advocates UNITED!

Increasing Congressional Action on Viral Hepatitis
8/31/2009 1:17:00 PM | Source: Health and Medicine Council of Washington - An update on Congressional action related to viral hepatitis.

Advocacy Update - Hepatitis B Community
8/31/2009 12:07:00 PM | Source: Hepatitis B Foundation - An update on hepatitis advocacy from the hepatitis B community perspective.

Industry Role in Viral Hepatitis Advocacy - Meeting Agenda
8/31/2009 11:59:00 AM | Source: OraSure Technologies - Agenda from the August 13-14, 2009 Corporate Hepatitis Alliance Meeting co-convened by OraSure Technologies and NASTAD.

President Barack Obama Letter on World Hepatitis Day
5/27/2009 11:10:00 AM | Source: NASTAD - This is a letter from President Barack Obama showing support for World Hepatitis Day.

World Hepatitis Day Resolution
5/26/2009 2:44:00 PM | Source: NASTAD - This is the World Hepatitis Day Resolution (H.R.466), introduced on May 20, 2009, in the House of Representatives by Representatives Michael Honda (D-CA), Edolphus Towns (D-NY), Ahn "Joseph" Cao (R-LA), and Charles Dent (R-PA).

HIV and Hepatitis Co-Infection Unmet Need
10/14/2008 10:54:00 AM | Source: NASTAD - Fact sheet describing the needs of individuals co-infected with HIV and hepatitis.

National Hepatitis B Act Fact Sheet
10/14/2008 10:50:00 AM | Source: NASTAD - Fact sheet describing the National Hepatitis B Act.

World Hepatitis Day Posters
4/24/2008 2:41:00 PM | Source: World Hepatitis Alliance -  

HCV Poster (Spanish)
2/10/2008 2:45:00 PM | Source: New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana Departments of Health - 

HCV Poster
2/10/2008 2:43:00 PM | Source: New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana Departments of Health - 

Nevada Radio PSA #4
2/4/2008 10:16:00 AM | Source: Nevada Health Department -  

Nevada Radio PSA #5
2/4/2008 10:16:00 AM | Source: Nevada Health Department -  

Nevada Radio PSA #3
2/4/2008 10:15:00 AM | Source: Nevada Health Department -  

Nevada Radio PSA #2 (Spanish)
2/4/2008 10:14:00 AM | Source: Nevada Health Department -  

Nevada Radio PSA #2
2/4/2008 10:10:00 AM | Source: Nevada Department of Health -  

Nevada Radio PSA #1 (Spanish)
2/4/2008 10:09:00 AM | Source: Nevada Health Department -  

Nevada Hepatitis C Public Service Announcement
2/4/2008 10:08:00 AM | Source: Nevada Department of Health -  

Nevada Radio PSA #1
2/4/2008 10:08:00 AM | Source: Nevada Health Department -  

New York City Brochure
2/1/2008 4:49:00 PM | Source: New York City Department of Health -  

Iowa Hepatitis Print PSA
2/1/2008 11:00:00 AM | Source: Iowa Department of Public Health - 

Iowa Hepatitis Awareness Day Flyer
2/1/2008 10:58:00 AM | Source: Iowa Department of Public Health - 

Community HIV/Hepatitis Advocates of Iowa Network (CHAIN) Flyer
2/1/2008 10:57:00 AM | Source: Iowa Department of Public Health - 

Iowa Hepatitis Task Force - Letter of Invitation
1/31/2008 1:36:00 PM | Source: Iowa Department of Public Health - 

Florida Hepatitis Council Nomination Form
1/31/2008 1:35:00 PM | Source: Florida Department of Health - 

Tapping into the Viral Hepatitis Community
7/14/2004 | Source:  - This document discusses the role of affected populations and community-based organizations (CBOs) in viral hepatitis initiatives. Several CBOs and health departments are profiled.

An Overview of Hepatitis C Care and Treatment
7/14/2004 | Source:  - This document explores medical treatment and other services that are available for people living with HCV, and profiles the work of two health departments.

Hepatitis Awareness Month Poster
1/1/1900 | Source: Georgia Department of Public Health - 

Oregon Hepatitis C Fact Sheet
1/1/1900 | Source: Oregon Department of Health - 

Illinois Hepatitis Awareness Day Flyer
1/1/1900 | Source: American Liver Foundation - Illinois Chapter - 


Viral Hepatitis TA Meeting Presentations

Public Health and Community Health Center Collaboration, "Health Department – Community Health Center Collaboration Report"
10/25/2013 | Source: NASTAD - Federally Qualified Health Centers and other community health centers are uniquely positioned to provide hepatitis testing and linkage to care and care and treatment services. With a vast network nationwide serving medically vulnerable populations, they are well suited to integrate hepatitis services. There continue to be challenges in offering these services as they are considered “specialty services” by many health centers. This session will include a basic overview of the Federal Qualified Health Center program as well as how health departments are working with individual centers and state primary care associations. 

Public Health and Community Health Center Collaboration, "Expanding the Capacity to Treat Hepatitis C Virus"
10/25/2013 | Source: Colleen Flanigan, New York State Department of Health - Federally Qualified Health Centers and other community health centers are uniquely positioned to provide hepatitis testing and linkage to care and care and treatment services. With a vast network nationwide serving medically vulnerable populations, they are well suited to integrate hepatitis services. There continue to be challenges in offering these services as they are considered “specialty services” by many health centers. This session will include a basic over

Public Health and Community Health Center Collaboration, "Health Departments & Community Health Centers: Partners in Hepatitis & HIV"
10/25/2013 | Source: Andrea Lombard, Connecticut Department of Public Health - 

Federally Qualified Health Centers and other community health centers are uniquely positioned to provide hepatitis testing and linkage to care and care and treatment services. With a vast network nationwide serving medically vulnerable populations, they are well suited to integrate hepatitis services. There continue to be challenges in offering these services as they are considered “specialty services” by many health centers. This session will include a basic overview of the Federal Qualified Health Center program as well as how health departments are working with individual centers and state prim



Reducing Injection-Related HCV Transmission, "Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Young Drug Users, What Can Viral Hepatitis Coordinators and Health Departments Do?"
10/25/2013 | Source: Dan Church, Massachusetts Department of Public Health - 

Injection drug use continues to be the primary cause of HCV infections in the U.S. Recent trends indicate that there is an emerging HCV epidemic among young people who inject drugs. This session will include presentations on the HCV epidemic among people who inject drugs and how the federal government and health departments are responding to HCV among this population. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Reducing Injection-Related HCV Transmission, "Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Adolescents and Young Adults: The Second Wave Epidemic in Massachusetts"
10/25/2013 | Source: Daniel Church, Massachusetts Department of Public Health - 

Injection drug use continues to be the primary cause of HCV infections in the U.S. Recent trends indicate that there is an emerging HCV epidemic among young people who inject drugs. This session will include presentations on the HCV epidemic among people who inject drugs and how the federal government and health departments are responding to HCV among this population. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Improving Testing, Care and Treatment Services, "Reaching Out, Lifting Up: Enhancing Networks of Care for Persons Living with Hepatitis B and C"
10/25/2013 | Source: Thaddeus Pham, Hawaii Department of Health - 

With the Affordable Care Act, rapid HCV testing and new HCV treatments on the horizon, there are increased opportunities to improve testing, linkage to care and care and treatment of HCV. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working to increase testing and linkage to care, care and treatment, and approaches to support individuals through treatment. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Improving Testing, Care and Treatment Services, "Integrating Hepatitis in WV Health Homes"
10/25/2013 | Source: Sandra Graham, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources - 

With the Affordable Care Act, rapid HCV testing and new HCV treatments on the horizon, there are increased opportunities to improve testing, linkage to care and care and treatment of HCV. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working to increase testing and linkage to care, care and treatment, and approaches to support individuals through treatment. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Improving Testing, Care and Treatment Services, "Hepatitis C Testing"
10/25/2013 | Source: Andrea Lombard, Connecticut Department of Public Health - 

With the Affordable Care Act, rapid HCV testing and new HCV treatments on the horizon, there are increased opportunities to improve testing, linkage to care and care and treatment of HCV. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working to increase testing and linkage to care, care and treatment, and approaches to support individuals through treatment. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Improving Testing, Care and Treatment Services, "Linking Clients to Co-pay and Patient Assistance Programs"
10/25/2013 | Source: NASTAD - 

With the Affordable Care Act, rapid HCV testing and new HCV treatments on the horizon, there are increased opportunities to improve testing, linkage to care and care and treatment of HCV. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working to increase testing and linkage to care, care and treatment, and approaches to support individuals through treatment. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Public/Private Partnerships, "Leveraging Partnerships in Philadelphia"
10/25/2013 | Source: Alex Sheriffs, Philadelphia Department of Public Health - In the absence of categorical funding for HBV or HCV testing, linkage to care, and care and treatment programs, health departments, community partners and private industry are identifying creative strategies to increase awareness, testing, linkage to care and care and treatment services. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working with community partners and private industry, ways that industry is working to support health department and community priorities, and how health departments can and should work to increase public and private partnerships. The presentations will be fol

Public/Private Partnerships, "Public – Private Partnership"
10/25/2013 | Source: Tony Zezzo, OraSure Technologies - 

In the absence of categorical funding for HBV or HCV testing, linkage to care, and care and treatment programs, health departments, community partners and private industry are identifying creative strategies to increase awareness, testing, linkage to care and care and treatment services. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working with community partners and private industry, ways that industry is working to support health department and community priorities, and how health departments can and should work to increase public and private partnerships. The presentations will be followed by a gr



Utilizing Data to Raise the Profile of Hepatitis, "Utilizing data in New York State"
10/25/2013 | Source: Rachel Hart-Malloy, New York State Department of Health - Health departments are utilizing hepatitis data to highlight the problem in their jurisdiction and the unique role that health departments play in responding to the epidemic. This session will include presentations on how to identify data sources, how to analyze and share this data at the local, state and federal level to increase awareness and prioritization of public health programs. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.

Utilizing Data to Raise the Profile of Hepatitis, "Raising the Profile of Hepatitis C"
10/25/2013 | Source: Liisa Randall, Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Natalie Cramer, NASTAD - 

Health departments are utilizing hepatitis data to highlight the problem in their jurisdiction and the unique role that health departments play in responding to the epidemic. This session will include presentations on how to identify data sources, how to analyze and share this data at the local, state and federal level to increase awareness and prioritization of public health programs. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Strengthening State-Based Advocacy and Engagement - Iowa
10/25/2013 | Source: Iowa Department of Public Health - 

Hepatitis C Rapid Antibody Testing Project - Alaska
10/25/2013 | Source:  - 

Strategies for Preventing HCV among Persons who Inject Drugs
10/25/2013 | Source: CDC - 

2013 National Hepatitis TA Meeting Participant List
10/24/2013 | Source: NASTAD - 

The Role of VHPCs in a Changing Health Care Landscape - CA
10/24/2013 | Source:  - 

Strengthening State Based Advocacy & Community Engagement
10/24/2013 | Source: NASTAD - 

Future Directions in HCV Treatment
10/24/2013 | Source: Treatment Action Group - 

Welcome and Opening Remarks
10/24/2013 | Source: NASTAD - 

Health Department Role in an Evolving Health System, "Moving Forward – Engaging Health Delivery System"
10/24/2013 | Source: Anne M. Brenner, Washington State Department of Health - 

With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, how individuals access insurance and services is changing. The role of public health is even more important in assuring health services exist, that prevention of infectious diseases is prioritized and that underserved populations are served. This session will include an overview of how two health departments are responding to the evolving health system. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Breaking the Silence on an Epidemic
10/24/2013 | Source: NASTAD - 

Federal Action to Respond to Viral Hepatitis, "SAMHSA Activities and Priorities in Response to Viral Hepatitis"
10/24/2013 | Source: Elinore F. McCance-Katz, Chief Medical Officer, SAMHSA - While health departments are responsible for coordinating the response to viral hepatitis, federal agency priorities and policies impact the provision of state coordination. An overview of the Viral Hepatitis Action Plan continuation will be discussed and federal agencies will provide programmatic priority updates.

Federal Action to Respond to Viral Hepatitis, "Division of Viral Hepatitis Update"
10/24/2013 | Source: John W. Ward, Division of Viral Hepatitis, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD & TB Prevention - 

While health departments are responsible for coordinating the response to viral hepatitis, federal agency priorities and policies impact the provision of state coordination. An overview of the Viral Hepatitis Action Plan continuation will be discussed and federal agencies will provide programmatic priority updates.



Addressing HCV Among Baby Boomers, "Support of the Hepatitis C (HCV) Baby Boomer Testing Recommendation"
10/24/2013 | Source: Nirah Johnson, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Office of Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, Prevention & Control - Baby boomers account for nearly three fourths of all cases of HCV in the U.S. The CDC has recommended that all baby boomers be tested for HCV. This session will include presentations on how health departments are raising awareness of these guidelines and how advocates are working on policy initiatives to increase the number of baby boomers who know their status. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.

Hepatitis and the Affordable Care Act, "Health Reform Pop Quiz (Created by Kaiser Family Foundation)"
10/24/2013 | Source: Rachel McLean, California Department of Public Health - 

This plenary will include an overview of the Affordable Care Act and opportunities for increasing viral hepatitis services. Examples of how states can prepare for full ACA implementation and strategies for increasing testing, linkage to care, and care and treatment will be highlighted.



Hepatitis and the Affordable Care Act, "Navigating the Affordable Care Act (ACA): Implementation Opportunities and Strategies for Viral Hepatitis Programs"
10/24/2013 | Source: NASTAD - 

This plenary will include an overview of the Affordable Care Act and opportunities for increasing viral hepatitis services. Examples of how states can prepare for full ACA implementation and strategies for increasing testing, linkage to care, and care and treatment will be highlighted.



Strategies for Increasing Testing, "Hepatitis C Infection: Hepatitis C Rapid Testing, Data and Young Injection Drug Users"
10/24/2013 | Source: Sheila M. Guilfoyle and Lauren Stockman, Wisconsin Division of Public Health, Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Program - 

With up to 75% of people living with HBV or HCV unaware of their status, health departments have been identifying opportunities to increase testing and linkage to care services. With little or no categorical funding to support HBV and/or HCV testing, there are significant challenges. Health departments have been identifying creative strategies to offer HBV or HCV testing in their jurisdictions. This session will include presentations on how health departments are implementing testing programs, including rapid HCV screening. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their juri



Working with Jails and Prisons, "Rethinking Prisons, Think 'Outside the Box'”
10/24/2013 | Source: Dielda J. Robertson, VHPC - Louisiana/Epidemiologist Specialist - 

The prevalence of HCV infection in prison inmates is substantially higher than that of the general U.S. population. Testing and treating individuals in jails and prisons provides a unique opportunity to diagnose and treat individuals living with HCV, though there are unique challenges to implementing testing and treatment in jails and prisons. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working with jails, prisons and the court system to reach this important population impacted by HCV. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Working with Jails and Prisons, "Working with Jails"
10/24/2013 | Source: Judith Leahy, Oregon Health Authority - 

The prevalence of HCV infection in prison inmates is substantially higher than that of the general U.S. population. Testing and treating individuals in jails and prisons provides a unique opportunity to diagnose and treat individuals living with HCV, though there are unique challenges to implementing testing and treatment in jails and prisons. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working with jails, prisons and the court system to reach this important population impacted by HCV. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Working with Jails and Prisons, "Comprehensive Testing: Locked Up Edition"
10/24/2013 | Source: Heather E. Bush, Communicable Disease Prevention Program, Bureau of Epidemiology, Utah Department of Health - 

The prevalence of HCV infection in prison inmates is substantially higher than that of the general U.S. population. Testing and treating individuals in jails and prisons provides a unique opportunity to diagnose and treat individuals living with HCV, though there are unique challenges to implementing testing and treatment in jails and prisons. This session will include presentations on how health departments are working with jails, prisons and the court system to reach this important population impacted by HCV. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Strengthening Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, "Viral Hepatitis Surveillance: Improving understanding of the epidemics in your jurisdiction"
10/24/2013 | Source: Daniel Church, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Bureau of Infectious Disease - 

Health departments do not receive funding to conduct viral hepatitis surveillance, though many are working to collect, analyze and use HBV and HCV data to increase awareness and effectively target prevention efforts. This session will include presentations on basic surveillance activities health departments can conduct to better describe the HBV and/or HCV epidemic in their state. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Strengthening Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, "National HIV Behavioral Surveillance (NHBS) HCV Prevalence - Active IDU’s in New Orleans"
10/24/2013 | Source: Dielda J. Robertson, Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals - 

Health departments do not receive funding to conduct viral hepatitis surveillance, though many are working to collect, analyze and use HBV and HCV data to increase awareness and effectively target prevention efforts. This session will include presentations on basic surveillance activities health departments can conduct to better describe the HBV and/or HCV epidemic in their state. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



Strengthening Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, "The Hepatitis Epidemiology Program (HEP): conducting chronic hepatitis surveillance in Philadelphia"
10/24/2013 | Source: Philadelphia Department of Public Health - 

Health departments do not receive funding to conduct viral hepatitis surveillance, though many are working to collect, analyze and use HBV and HCV data to increase awareness and effectively target prevention efforts. This session will include presentations on basic surveillance activities health departments can conduct to better describe the HBV and/or HCV epidemic in their state. The presentations will be followed by a group discussion of how other participants are addressing this issue in their jurisdiction.



NASTAD 2011 Technical Assistance Meeting Presentations
11/8/2011 | Source: NASTAD - 
An interactive agenda of the 2011 TA Meeting with hyperlinks to the powerpoint presentations provided by speakers.


NVHR Membership Meeting - State of NVHR
10/19/2011 | Source: NVHR - 
National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable Membership Meeting Resources


Closing the Circle: Hepatitis C Prevention for People Who Inject Drugs
10/18/2011 | Source: Harm Reduction Coalition -  This session includes presentations on prevention among persons who inject drugs, recent trends among young IDUs and opportunities for increasing activities related to overdose prevention. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - HRSA
10/18/2011 | Source: Sarah Linde-Feucht, MD, Health Resources and Services Administration -  HRSA Updates for the Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies Plenary. This plenary included brief updates from federal partners on their viral hepatitis specific priorities and reports on activities achieved thus far in the Department of Health and Human ServicesViral Hepatitis Action Plan. Meeting participants had the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments to panelists.

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - CDC and AVHPCs
10/18/2011 | Source: John Ward, MD CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis -  CDC and AVHPC Updates from Dr. John Ward, Division of Viral Hepatitis for the Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies plenary. This plenary included brief updates from federal partners on their viral hepatitis specific priorities and reports on activities achieved thus far in the Department of Health and Human ServicesViral Hepatitis Action Plan. Meeting participants had the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments to panelists.

Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies - SAMHSA
10/18/2011 | Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration -  SAMHSA Updates from Warren Hewitt for the Hepatitis Priorities of Federal Agencies plenary. This plenary included brief updates from federal partners on their viral hepatitis specific priorities and reports on activities achieved thus far in the Department of Health and Human ServicesViral Hepatitis Action Plan. Meeting participants had the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments to panelists.

Hepatitis B in the Asian Community - HBAC Program
10/18/2011 | Source: Houston Department of Health and Human Services -  This session included presentations on how health departments and community-based organizations are increasing access to HBV and HCV testing. Following the presentations was a facilitated discussion among participants.

Increasing HCV Testing in Colorado
10/18/2011 | Source: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment -  This session included presentations on how health departments and community-based organizations are increasing access to HBV and HCV testing. Following the presentations was a facilitated discussion among participants.

Ohio Department of Health HIV/HCV Integration Project - HCV Testing Project
10/18/2011 | Source: Ohio Department of Public Health -  This session included presentations on how health departments and community-based organizations are increasing access to HBV and HCV testing. Following the presentations was a facilitated discussion among participants.

Hepatitis Surveillance - New Mexico
10/18/2011 | Source: New Mexico Department of Health -  This session includes presentations on how health departments are conducting viral hepatitis surveillance with little to no funding, and an update from CDC DVH on future surveillance activities and lessons learned from the enhanced surveillance sites. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Working with HRSA/SAMHSA Funded Partners
10/18/2011 | Source: Arizona Department of Health Services -  This session will includes presentations on how health departments and community based organizations are working with HRSA and SAMHSA funded partners. Included will be identifying funded partners in your
jurisdiction, steps to strengthening relationships and strategies for increasing viral hepatitis services. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Affordable Care Act: Impact on HIV, STI, Adult Viral Hepatitis Programs in Maryland
10/18/2011 | Source: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene -  This plenary included presentations on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and key considerations for viral hepatitis as well as how a health department is implementing the Affordable Care Act with a focus on opportunities for viral hepatitis, STIs, and HIV.

Health Reform Implementation: Overview and Key Considerations for Hepatitis
10/18/2011 | Source: Mary-Beth Harty, George Washington University -  This plenary included presentations on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and key considerations for viral hepatitis as well as how a health department is implementing the Affordable Care Act with a focus on opportunities for viral hepatitis, STIs, and HIV.

Access to Hepatitis Care and Treatment - ADAP and Viral Hepatitis
10/18/2011 | Source: NASTAD -  This session includes presentations on ways health departments and community based organizations are increasing access to hepatitis care and treatment. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

A time to act: Community-based hepatitis intervention
10/18/2011 | Source: Connie Callahan, Frederick County Hepatitis Clinic, Inc. -  This session includes presentations on ways health departments and community based organizations are increasing access to hepatitis care and treatment. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Access to Hepatitis Care and Treatment - DC PFAP Subspecialty Clinics
10/18/2011 | Source: DC PFAP Subspecialty Clinics -  This session includes presentations on ways health departments and community based organizations are increasing access to hepatitis care and treatment. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Expanding our Reach - Working with minority populations
10/18/2011 | Source: Louisiana Department of Public Health  -  This session includes presentations on strategies for reaching racial and ethnic populations most impacted by HBV and HCV. With an emphasis on cultural competency, health literacy and health equity, participants will learn strategies to increase activities and services to a variety of populations. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

It Takes a Village - Public and Private Partnership
10/18/2011 | Source: Washington State Department of Health -  This session focuses on how health departments, community based organizations, pharmaceutical and diagnostics companies and private foundations are working together to provide increased services to people at risk for and living with HBV and/or HCV. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Hepatitis C and Drug User Health - NASTAD Statement of Commitment
10/18/2011 | Source: NASTAD -  This session includes presentations on prevention among persons who inject drugs, recent trends among young IDUs and opportunities for increasing activities related to overdose prevention. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

Hepatitis C and Drug User Health - Michigan Hepatitis C Advisory Task Force
10/18/2011 | Source: Michigan Department of Community Health -  This session includes presentations on prevention among persons who inject drugs, recent trends among young IDUs and opportunities for increasing activities related to overdose prevention. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

HIV and Adult Viral Hepatitis Connections
10/18/2011 | Source: Washington State Department of Health -  This session includes presentations on opportunities and challenges of working with HIV prevention, care and treatment and surveillance programs. Following the presentations will be a facilitated discussion among participants.

NASTAD Viral Hepatitis Program Overview & History
10/17/2011 | Source: NASTAD - 
Viral Hepatitis at NASTAD Policy & Program Overview