Tag: Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B in Canada: 2005–2011 Surveillance Report

The Public Health Agency of Canada is pleased to present the Hepatitis B in Canada: 2005–2011 Surveillance Report. This report was made possible through the collaboration of all provinces and territories, whose continuous contribution to sexually transmitted and bloodborne infection surveillance is appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. The Executive Summary is posted online and a PDF… Read more »

CATIE’s HepCinfo Update 4.24

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July Review of What’s Hot in Hepatitis Research

Welcome to PAN’s July review of What’s HOT in Research! In honour of World Hepatitis Day on July 28, this posting will focus on hepatitis C research. Hepatitis is often known as the “silent killer” so on this World Hepatitis Day the call is to “Know it, confront it!” First, let’s start with the epidemiological… Read more »

Viral Hepatitis course coming to BCIT

Since 2001 the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) has held annual interdisciplinary workshops to inform and update health and social care professionals about the health and social impacts of viral hepatitis.  In an effort to reach a broader audience, BCCDC has partnered with BCIT’s Specialty Nursing department to create a new and unique… Read more »