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  • Leeds Liver Disease Profile
    This document, produced by Public Health England, provides an overview of liver disease in Leeds. It includes key facts on hepatitis C in Leeds, as well as a section on 'Questions you should ask locally', which aims to improve local prioritisation and management of hepatitis C.
    UK, England, Yorkshire and the Humber Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • Lambeth Liver Disease Profile
    This document, produced by Public Health England, provides an overview of liver disease in Lambeth. It includes key facts on hepatitis C in Lambeth, as well as a section on 'Questions you should ask locally', which aims to improve local prioritisation and management of hepatitis C.
    UK, England, Greater London Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • Sheffield Liver Disease Profile
    This document, produced by Public Health England, provides an overview of liver disease in Sheffield. It includes key facts on hepatitis C in Sheffield, as well as a section on 'Questions you should ask locally', which aims to improve local prioritisation and management of hepatitis C.
    UK, England, Yorkshire and the Humber Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • Camden Liver Disease Profile
    This document, produced by Public Health England, provides an overview of liver disease in Camden. It includes key facts on hepatitis C in Camden, as well as a section on 'Questions you should ask locally', which aims to improve local prioritisation and management of hepatitis C.
    UK, England, Greater London Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • Nottinghamshire Liver Disease Profile
    This document, produced by Public Health England, provides an overview of liver disease in Nottinghamshire. It includes key facts on hepatitis C in Nottinghamshire, as well as a section on 'Questions you should ask locally', which aims to improve local prioritisation and management of hepatitis C.
    UK, England, East of England Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • Cumbria Liver Disease Profile
    This document, produced by Public Health England, provides an overview of liver disease in Cumbria. It includes key facts on hepatitis C in Cumbria, as well as a section on 'Questions you should ask locally', which aims to improve local prioritisation and management of hepatitis C.
    UK, England, North West Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • HCV Action good practice film: CQUIN scheme in the East Midlands
    This HCV Action good practice film looks at the Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN) scheme which was established in the East Midlands in 2009. Running until 2013, the scheme rewarded local treating hospitals for sharing their data on the treatment adherence and sustained virological response (SVR) rates of their patients, and was extremely successful in highlighting, for example, where additional resources or focus were required. Despite ending in 2013, the practices that the scheme encouraged (i.e.
    UK, England, East Midlands Nov 2014 Case study Video
  • Shooting up Infections among people who inject drugs in the United Kingdom 2013: An update November 2014
    A Public Health England update on the 2013 report, highlighting that hepatitis C levels are still high; that hepatitis B is now rare and vaccine uptake has improved; that HIV levels remain low and the uptake of care is good; that bacterial infections remain a major problem; that injecting risk behaviours have declined but remain a problem; and that changing patterns of psychoactive drug injection are a cause for concern. The report recommends that the provision of effective interventions need to be maintained.
    England Nov 2014 Reports & Research PDF
  • Database: Secondary care prison hospital contacts for hepatitis C treatment
    This database lists the hospital contact details of secondary care lead consultants and lead nurses in England responsible for hepatitis C treatment. The database lists the detention centre to which each hospital is connected, the hospital providing treatment, and the lead consultant and lead nurse's name, email address and telephone number. It is aimed at supporting the roll-out of opt-out blood-borne virus testing currently being implemented in prisons across England.
    England 2014 Tools & Templates MS Excel
  • HCV Action good practice case study: Addaction workforce development programme
    This HCV Action case study provides an overview of the development and implementation of an Addaction workforce development programme, which aimed to improve awareness and knowledge of hepatitis C among Addaction staff. The programme was formed as a result of a partnership between Addaction and The Hepatitis C Trust, and involved the secondment of Stuart Smith, National Drug Services Lead at The Hepatitis C Trust, to Addaction to develop and deliver training to Addaction staff. The case study details why the programme was established; how it was delivered, and the outcomes of the programme.
    UK, England, Scotland, Wales 30 Sep 2014 Case study PDF

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