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Hepatitis C Clinical Provider Training

Hepatitis C Clinical Provider Training


This training series, offered twice a year, is designed to prepare clinical providers to provide hepatitis C (HCV) care and treatment.

The next series will begin on Thursday, October 14, 2021. Learn more about the topics and speakers here.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the training series, providers will be able to recall the role of the primary care provider in HCV care, including:

  • Identifying patients appropriate for HCV screening
  • Interpreting HCV diagnostic tests
  • Using the simplified algorithm for assessing and treating HCV patients, including people who use drugs
  • Assessing potential drug-drug interactions and HBV reactivation risk of HCV therapies
  • Managing common HCV complications


Training Logistics

  • Duration: 4 sessions, 1 hour each
  • Format: Live webinar via Gotowebinar
  • Audience: Clinical providers (MD, DO, NP, PA, RN, and PharmD)
  • Credits offered: 4.0 CME, CNE, CEUs
  • 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 upcoming HCV provider training series, contact Meg Chappell.

Webinar Archive

Learners can receive CE credits for viewing the archived webinars by:

  1. Completing the registration form.
  2. Watching the archived webinar(s) below.
  3. Submitting the request form for CME, CNE or CEU credits.

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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