Key Slides on Reducing HCV in Corrections - Part 1: Surveillance, Screening, Advocacy, and Linkage to Care

This downloadable slideset provides an examination of the burden of HCV in US correctional facilities; guidelines, challenges, and benefits of HCV screening in jails and prisons; the feasibility of HCV treatment in corrections; and strategies for improving linkage to HCV care upon community re-entry.
Matthew J. Akiyama, MD, MSc
Format: Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
File Size: 1.36 MB
Released: October 8, 2019

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