Hepatitis Clinical Provider Training
This training series, offered twice a year, is designed to prepare clinical providers to provide hepatitis B (HBV) care and treatment.
By the end of the training series, providers will be able to recall the role of the primary care provider in Hepatitis care, including:
- Identifying patients who should be screened for HBV and HCV
- Interpreting diagnostic tests
- Classifying patients with HBV infection
- Using the simplified algorithm for assessing and treating HCV patients, including people who use drugs
- Determining whether patients need HBV treatment and hepatocellular carcinoma screening
- Distinguishing monitoring for cirrhotic and non-cirrhotic patients with HBV
- Assessing potential drug-drug interactions and HBV reactivation risk of HCV therapies
- Managing common HCV complications
- Duration: 3 sessions for HBV and 4 sessions for HCV, 1 hour each
- Format: Live webinar via GotoWebinar
- Audience: Clinical providers (MD, DO, NP, PA, RN, and PharmD)
- Credits offered for HBV Training: 3.0 CME, CNE, CEUs
- Credits offered for HCV Training: 4.0 CME, CNE, CEUs
- HBV Series schedule: winter (January/February) and summer (May/June)
- HCV Series schedule: fall (September/October) and spring (April/May)
After this training, participants are eligible for a half-day clinical hepatology preceptorship with an ELF liver specialist in a leading NYC liver clinic.
To receive the email announcement for the upcoming provider training series, contact Meg Chappell.
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Hepatitis C: Epidemiology, Natural History and Diagnosis
Paul Gaglio, MD
October 14, 2021
Hepatitis C Treatment
Sonal Kumar, MD
October 21, 2021
Hepatitis C Complications
Arun Jesudian, MD, FACG
October 28, 2021
Hepatitis C Treatment in Persons Who Inject Drugs
Sara Lorenz-Taki, MD
November 4, 2021