Hepatitis Awareness Month/Testing Day
May is National Hepatitis Awareness Month and May 19, 2013, is the second National Hepatitis Testing Day. Below are educational and testing activities being held around the country and resources from the CDC and other sources to help make Awareness Month and Testing Day successful.
If you are organizing an event or activity that you would like to be included on this page, please email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is preparing for the second annual Hepatitis Testing Day on May 19th and we invite you to help make testing day a success. CDC is launching the NPIN sponsored Hepatitis Testing Day Event page again this year! The page allows people to use their zip code to find a testing site, but to make the page useful to everyone across the U.S., CDC needs your help. If you are hosting an event, please go to Hepatitis Testing Day Event page and register your event today. Feel free to share this email with others and have them register their events as well!
Asian Heritage Month - Hepatitis Awareness Day (Microsoft Word format)
Hepatitis B and C Testing and Awareness Day in U.S. House of Representatives
May 23, 2013, 10AM -2PM
Rayburn Foyer, Rayburn Congressional Office Building
NVHR is working with the Congressional Hepatitis Caucus to host a Viral Hepatitis Testing and Awareness day in Congress.
CalHEP Viral Hepatitis Legislative Briefing
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
State Capitol, Room 113
2:00 – 4:00pm
New York City Leaders and Federal Officials
Call for Action to Address the Impact of Viral Hepatitis
When: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 11am
Where: Steps of City Hall, New York, NY
Hep C Connection National Hepatitis Testing Day Event
Event Date: Friday, May 17, 2013
Event Time: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
1325 S. Colorado Blvd. B-302, Denver, CO 80222
National Women's Health Week Communications Toolkit
AAPCHO created a Communications Toolkit that includes tailored messages for various communications mediums. The messages impart the significance of getting screened for hepatitis B, and how we, as a community, need all mothers to get preventive care to prevent further transmission.