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  • 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
  • Greater Manchester HCV Strategy Hepatitis C Health Equity Audit (2010)
    Health equity audit (HEA) is a key tool used to identify how fairly services or resources are distributed between population groups. This HEA report was commissioned by the Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Strategy (GMHCVS) and is the first Health equity audit focusing on HCV in Greater Manchester. The report aims to explore how recent service provision around prevention, testing and treatment in services has reflected patterns of need in relation to 5 key dimensions; age, gender, socio-economic status, ethnicity and accessibility (service numbers and geography) across Greater Manchester.
    North West 04 Nov 2010 Reports & Research, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Communications Strategy 2008-13
    The Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Steering Group was set up to improve local services for people with hepatitis C. This group undertook a health needs assessment in 2006 that estimated between 10,000 and 22,000 cases of hepatitis C across Greater Manchester. The main factor for this high prevalence is the high number of injecting drug users in the area with local laboratory data suggesting that many of those with hepatitis C are undiagnosed. The steering group set up a Hepatitis C Strategy to tackle this, focused on four key areas of prevention, testing, treatment and surveillance.
    North West 04 Nov 2010 Reports & Research, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Self Support Project: May 2010 - April 2013
    The following document presents a plan for a Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Strategy project providing client centred, self-care support to people with Hepatitis C in Greater Manchester. The project was funded for 3 years and aimed to provide a sustainable system for self-care support to be in place across the whole of Greater Manchester. The Project aimed to work closely with existing Hepatitis C Support groups to ensure their sustainability. It also aimed to work with people with Hepatitis C to ensure that Hepatitis C Support Groups are
    North West 2010 Case study, Tools & Templates PDF
  • Greater Manchester Hepatitis C Strategy 2006
    This strategy for Hepatitis C in Greater Manchester aims to develop a collaborative, coordinated approach to addressing hepatitis C across Greater Manchester in line with national guidance, to propose ways of further developing and strengthening local services, and to meet the increasing need and demand for services within the population. The strategy is focused around the four key areas of prevention, testing, treatment and surveillance.
    North West 2006 Strategy & Planning 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
  • Guidance for Blood Borne Virus services within Community Drug & Alcohol Services in the East of England
    This document, produced by the East of England Viral Hepatitis Group, forms part of a wider toolkit for community drug and alcohol services in the East of England, and aims to (a) enable compliance with Public Health Law and (b) to protect the East of England population from the consequences of hepatitis B & C by agreeing a clear care pathway with Community Drug & Alcohol Services (CDAS) in the region.
    England, East of England Apr 2017 Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Guidance on testing for hepatitis B and C (with reference to HIV) Developed by Yorkshire and the Humber Hepatitis B and C Steering Group
    Individuals with chronic hepatitis (B and C) can be treated, which reduces the likelihood of chronic illness and premature death. Recognition of infection and treatment may also reduce the spread of infection. In 2010 across Yorkshire and the Humber there were 427 cases of hepatitis B (of which 39 were acute) and 980 newly identified hepatitis C infections reported through NHS/HPA laboratory testing, however HPA estimates calculate that there are over 20,000 people actually infected with hepatitis C in the region.
    Yorkshire and the Humber Mar 2012 Tools & Templates, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Guidance: Hepatitis C prevention, diagnosis and treatment in prisons in England
    This document, published by The Hepatitis C Trust after convening an expert group of prison healthcare commissioners and practitioners, provides commissioners and prison healthcare teams with practical guidance regarding the implementation of opt-out BBV testing and related hepatitis C care pathways, which can be adapted and used by any prison that needs to develop, revise or update their services.

    UK, England Mar 2016 Reports & Research, Tools & Templates, Strategy & Planning PDF
  • Guide to hepatitis C for people living with HIV
    This resource, produced by i-Base, is a guide on hepatitis C-HIV coinfection, providing information on transmission, symptoms and treatment.
    UK Tools & Templates PDF

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