The stigma surrounding HCV infection creates a barrier that often seems impenetrable, especially when fortified by language and cultural differences. Here we discuss ways to reach the other side of the barrier to better engage individuals in care.
Listen as expert faculty Oluwaseun Falade-Nwulia, MBBS, MPH, and Joseph K. Lim, MD, examine the HCV burden and care disparities in specific populations, including Black, Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, and Alaska Native persons, and strategies to address barriers to care.
Listen as expert faculty, Prof Ashley Brown, BSc, MD, FRCP, and Ahmed M. Elsharkawy, PhD, FRCP(UK), discuss key racial inequities of care that lead to undertreatment for migrant populations and other racial minorities globally with or at risk for hepatitis C.
Comprehensive slideset featuring data on racial disparities in HCV care and strategies to overcome them.
Expert insights on special considerations for individuals with HCV in ethnically diverse populations, including the barriers to effective HCV management in both local communities and global healthcare.
Downloadable slideset featuring an in-depth analysis of the most challenging aspects of racial disparities in HCV care globally, and strategies to address barriers to care.
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