2012 Minnesota Viral Hepatitis Symposium: Creating Connections
October 10-11, 2012
This symposium provides relevant, up to date information about the public health impact of viral hepatitis. Topics included prevention, diagnosis, management and treatment, as well as the social and allied needs of Minnesotans at risk for or experiencing viral hepatitis. The agenda featured nationally known experts in hepatitis care, harm reduction experts, epidemiologists, and advocates from programs that have made significant inroads in addressing hepatitis. This symposium has been a successful public health event for the last four years and continues to bring together clinical and community program partners to encourage and reinforce principles of integration and improvements in the continuum of care.
Health care professionals, including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses, Substance abuse and mental health treatment staff, Individuals working with HIV/AIDS-related community-based organizations, corrections staff, those working with veterans or the homeless, hepatitis advocates.
Cheri Booth, MPH
Presented and Hosted by:
MATEC - Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center in collaboration with the Minnesota Department of Health