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Hepatitis Web Study
Program name: Hepatitis Web Study
Population served: All
Eligibility: Doctors, nurses, physician assistants
Region served: US
Funding: CDC
Program started: September 2006
Number of clients: N/A
Contact: Bruce Maeder
Information Technology Specialist
University of Washington
901 Boren Ave - Suite 1100
Seattle, Washington 98104
Phone: (206) 543-1562
Fax: (206) 221-4945
Email: maeder@u.washington.edu
Website: www.hepwebstudy.org
IAC is not responsible for content found on other websites.
The Seattle STD/HIV Prevention Training Center and the University of Washington announced the release of Hepatitis Web Study, a website designed for healthcare workers who provide clinical care to persons with viral hepatitis. This project was funded by CDC's Division of Viral Hepatitis. The website features:
  1. Fifteen interactive, clinically-relevant case studies, each with a discussion, high quality illustrations and graphics, and links, that highlight and illustrate key recommendations from national guidelines;
  2. Free continuing education credits, including an easy way to print CME/CNE documentation and an electronic CE tracker;
  3. Numerous high quality figures that the user can easily download into PowerPoint slides;
  4. Reference linked to Pub Med abstracts, federal guidelines sites, and/or CDC MMWR documents.

The site will be maintained and updated on an ongoing basis and will continue to be expanded. Please visit the site and share the address with your colleagues! To access this valuable resource, go to: www.hepwebstudy.org

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