NVHR Survey for HepC Baby Boomer Screening Program

 
 
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We are excited to announce a survey to inform the first program work of NVHR!
 
The National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable (NVHR) has entered a 3 Year Cooperative Agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to increase testing for hepatitis C among individuals born between 1945 and 1965 (Baby Boomers). As part of our agreement, we plan to develop our organization’s networking, educational, and capacity-building activities and develop best practices for increasing hepatitis C testing and linkage to care. An essential part of this agreement is understanding the current efforts around hepatitis C testing undertaken by our member organizations and other organizations around the country and opportunities to start, assist with, and spread these efforts across our networks. 
 
We are asking these questions to assess your needs for technical support and your interest in collaboration. Your responses will inform NVHR's program focus.

Please complete this brief survey by Monday, April 28 to assist us in achieving this goal. Please also forward this survey to other organizations you think would be interested in this program. 

To fill the survey out online, click here.
To view the survey in pdf, click here.

For more information about the survey or the cooperative agreement, please contact:
Tina Broder, Program Manager, at tbroder@nvhr.org