Learn more about hepatitis B with online trainings and podcasts. Each training below is a recorded presentation given by experts in the field of hepatitis B.
These presentations are for information purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. The views of the speakers are not necessarily those of the Hepatitis B Foundation.
Hep B United Philadelphia's and National Nurse-Led Care
Consortium's Hepatitis B ECHO
The ECHO Model™ is a nationally recognized physician education model using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology. The model connects groups of community providers with specialists in regular real-time collaborative sessions. The sessions are designed around case-based learning and mentorship to help health care practitioners gain the expertise required to provide culturally competent and quality services for patients. The goal of the Hepatitis B ECHO is to expand provider capacity at the primary care level to diagnose, treat and manage hepatitis B. Each ECHO session will include one case discussion and a 15-minute didactic aimed to empower providers to manage hepatitis B.
Each session will begin at 12 p.m. EST on the fourth Thursday of every month starting on Thursday, January 28, 2021.
ECHO Session 1: Hepatitis B Epidemiology - January 28, 2021
ECHO Session 2: Hepatitis B Testing and Diagnostics - February 25, 2021
ECHO Session 3: Hepatitis B Core Antibody - March 25, 2021
ECHO Session 4: Hepatitis B and HIV Co-Infection - April 29, 2021
ECHO Session 5: Hepatitis B and HCC Screening - May 27, 2021
ECHO Session 6: Hepatitis B and HCV Co-Infection - June 24, 2021
ECHO Session 7: Hepatitis B Treatment - July 22, 2021
ECHO Session 8: Hepatitis B in African Communities - August 26, 2021
ECHO Session 9: Hepatitis B and Vaccination - September 23, 2021
ECHO Session 10: Preventing Perinatal Transmission of Hepatitis B
Hepatitis B Screening & Care for Asian and African Communities
This CME training from PRIME Education features two experts with deep experience in providing hepatitis B virus (HBV) care to high-risk patient populations, with a focus on serving people from Asian and African countries. The high burden of HBV and liver cancer in underserved populations highlights the need for targeted outreach, screening, and linkage to care. Watch this video to learn new strategies for delivering appropriate care, improving HBV workflows, and cultivating patient engagement for better outcomes. Offering 1 credit hour for multiple providers. This CME course is part of a Hepatitis B Toolkit providing resources on a number of topics, including how to tailor hepatitis B education for high-risk populations and how to overcome disparities and improving linkage to care for HBV patients. Each toolkit component offers 1 credit hour.