Asian American Community Services (AACS) has invited the Health Education for Liver Providers (H.E.L.P.) program faculty from the National Task Force on Hepatitis B to hold their nationally recognized program to Columbus, OH, on Saturday, March 24, at the Fawcett Center.
This CDC-approved, team-based training program helps primary care providers and their staff in the screening and treating of Hepatitis B and C. In 2017, the training was presented at seven regional sites (Washington, DC; Houston, TX; Atlanta, GA; Seattle, WA; New York City, NY; Chicago, IL; and San Diego, CA.
This training is designed to provide health care providers and their medical team core medical knowledge about hepatitis B (HBV) and hepatitis C (HCV). Participants will be given an opportunity to collaborate and brainstorm with other health care providers with shared experiences. Additional tools and resources necessary to increase Hepatitis B and C screenings after the training will be provided online.
Training is free, but you must register to attend by contacting Karen Jiobu or calling 614.570.3518. Breakfast buffet will begin at 8:30 a.m. and a parking pass will be provided for free parking.