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Around 216,000 people in the UK are living with hepatitis C so it is important that all medical professionals have access to the latest training, information and advice on hepatitis C management.  Find here links to relevant materials for clinicians, nurses, GPs, prison healthcare staff and other medical professionals.

 

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  • Government response to the NHS Future Forum report
    Between April and June 2011, the NHS Future Forum, led by Professor Steve Field, heard the views of thousands of people – patients, professionals and members of the public. They listened to every professional group and toured every region in the country, producing a report for the Government on 13th June. The NHS Future Forum confirmed that there was considerable support for the principles of the Government’s reforms, but said that some of the ways in which it was putting those principles into practice could be improved.
    England Jun 2011 Reports & Research PDF
  • Hepatitis C - secondary care assessment
    Valid until May 2014, this document provides a map of medicine for secondary care assessment of Hepatitis C.
    England 29 Apr 2011 Tools & Templates PDF
  • Standards for Local Surveillance and Follow Up of Hepatitis B and C
    These standards, produced by the Health Protection Agency in 2011, recognise that the detection and clinical management of hepatitis B and C can involve a number of health professionals, creating a diversity of clinical pathways. The development of the standards has also taken into account the fact that the prevalence of both hepatitis B and C varies markedly across the country and that current systems for the surveillance and follow up of cases also vary.
    UK 2011 Reports & Research, Tools & Templates, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Greater Manchester Commissioning Guidelines for Blood Borne Virus Prevention
    The burden of blood borne viruses in Greater Manchester is high. There is an upward trend in the number of HIV diagnoses in in the area and an escalation in patients attending hospitals with complications resulting from Hepatitis C. The Greater Manchester Blood Borne Virus Prevention Commissioning Guidelines are based on the Greater Manchester Blood Borne Virus Prevention Strategy. Both documents were developed by the Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Strategy (GMHCVS), a public health programme funded by the Greater Manchester Director of Public Health group.
    North West Mar 2011 Training, Reports & Research, Tools & Templates, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Review of the support available to individuals infected with Hepatitis C and or HIV by NHS supplied blood transfusions or blood products and their dependants
    On 14 October 2010, the Government announced that it would review the support available to those who had been infected with hepatitis C and/or HIV by NHS-supplied blood transfusions or blood products. This review was conducted by the Department of Health, with input from external experts, including the Chairs of the Macfarlane and Eileen Trusts and the Skipton Fund.
    UK 10 Jan 2011 Reports & Research PDF
  • Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Strategy: The next steps 2010 - 2013
    This paper sets out the next steps for the Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Strategy (GMHCVS), which was formed in response to the national Hepatitis C Strategy in 2004 and increasing local recognition of a need to improve local services in Greater Manchester (GM). Hepatitis C is a serious public health issue for the North West and Greater Manchester in particular has consistently has the highest rates of infection in injecting drug users in the country.
    North West Jan 2011 Case study, Reports & Research, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • A Census of Medical Workforce & Infrastructure for Liver Disease Strategy: Summary of Findings
    As part of the National Liver Disease Strategy (NLDS), this document summarises the findings of a Census of the Medical Workforce (Consultant Gastroenterologists and Hepatologists). The census was undertaken with the aim of assessing the current capacity and infrastructure for delivery of Liver services in England, to identify which secondary care pathways already exist for referral and management, to understand how the current secondary care services relate to burden of disease, and to assess future training needs and capacity for liver services.
    England 2011 Reports & Research, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Tackling the problem of Hepatitis C, substance misuse and health inequalities: a Consensus for London
    This document represents a call to action from experts in the fields of addiction and hepatitis in London. It provides a framework with which to address the epidemiological, clinical and financial challenges presented by current rates of hepatitis C among people who have injected drugs and sets out solutions in the form of a blueprint for local commissioners. It sets out key requirements and recommendations in terms of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and data collection for each type of service that impacts on the patient’s journey.
    Greater London 2011 Reports & Research, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Liver Disease Summary Statistics
    This document briefly summarises the statistics for liver disease in England by prevalence, mortality and regional variation.
    England 2011 Reports & Research PDF
  • Greater Manchester Blood Borne Virus Strategy
    The GM Hepatitis C Strategy (GMHCVS) recognises the need for an integrated, city-wide BBV prevention strategy. To inform the BBV prevention strategy, GMHCVS has commissioned a number of needs assessments and equity audit. The aim of all the projects was to provide information on specific evidence based recommendations and identify the current gaps in service provision to inform the service redesign.
    North West 03 Dec 2010 Reports & Research, Strategy & Planning PDF

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