World Hepatitis Alliance Update on 2030 Elimination Goals

November 23, 2022

The World Hepatitis Alliance has released the final installation in their series of videos to address stigma and roadblocks in the global elimination of hepatitis by 2030.

With less than 10 years remaining in the timeline set for global viral hepatitis elimination, this is a critical moment to assess current progress toward elimination goals, pinpoint persistent gaps in hepatitis healthcare, and implement culturally sensitive approaches to accelerate hepatitis screening and treatment programming. Watch the selection of educational videos to learn how to employ interprofessional strategies to lessen the burden of hepatitis-related stigma on patients.

The series is free to access and covers how to:

• Recognise advances toward achieving HBV elimination, identify remaining gaps in global and national efforts, and explore opportunities for closing gaps across the care continuum during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
• Employ interprofessional strategies to mitigate the burden of HBV-related stigma and social determinants of health on patient engagement
• Incorporate collaborative approaches and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic to optimise HBV screening and management services

Tune in to learn about the advances toward achieving hepatitis elimination and explore opportunities for closing gaps in healthcare.

Global HBV Elimination: Where Do We Stand, and Where Are We Headed?
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