Hep B United Philadelphia Reports
Learn more about our work and impact in the city!
Hep B United Philadelphia's Resource Guide (PDF) - On September 25th, 2020 Hep B United Philadelphia hosted a virtual health fair to gather individuals and organizations to discuss and share resources on how they have been serving the community during COVID-19.
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Hep B United Philadelphia May 2020 Policy Brief (PDF) - The policy brief discusses recent advocacy work around a statewide viral hepatitis elimination plan, statistics about the community served, and updates on the HBV PreVNTT project.
Hep B United Philadelphia Annual Impact Report 2018-2019 (PDF) - The annual impact report discusses HBUP's activities in the city, such as beginning advocacy for the Pennsylvania Viral Hepatitis Elimination Plan, and data from screening events.
HBV PreVNTT: The Latest effort to try to Combat Hepatitis B in Philadelphia (PDF) - The article, which was published in Philadelphia Medicine, maps out the Hepatitis B Foundation's partnership with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health as we work together to eliminate hepatitis B in Philadelphia through the new HBV PreVNTT (Hepatitis B Virus Infection Prevention, Vaccination, Navigation, Testing, and Treatment) project. The article begins on page 24.
Addressing Hepatitis B in Philadelphia (PDF) - Published in Philadelphia Medicine, this article explains the burden of hepatitis B on Philadelphians. The article begins on page 38.
Hep B United Philadelphia Annual Impact Report 2017-2018 (PDF) - The annual impact report discusses HBUP's activities within the city, as well as updates on the status of hepatitis B within the targeted populations.
Updates from the Field (PDF) - This report details the current status of hepatitis B in Philadelphia and recommends groups who should be tested and vaccinated based on the evidence provided.
US News and World Report (Website) - The Relationship of Race to Community Health explores healthcare barriers and complications in the Philadelphia region. The article features an interview with Catherine Freeland, Hep B United Philadelphia's Program Manager.
Hepatitis B Policies in Philadelphia (PDF) - The issue brief summarizes HBUP's impact for 2017 and provides goals for the future.