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Empire Liver Foundation - Hep C Clinical Series Registration_Fall 2021

Event Registration

The Empire Liver Foundation and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene invites you to attend Hep C Clinical Training Series. The recording for each session may be accessed after you complete this form.

Session 1: Hepatitis C: Epidemiology, Natural History and Diagnosis with Dr. Gaglio
October 14, 2021 4:30-5:30PM EST

Session 2: Hepatitis C Treatment with Dr. Kumar
October 21, 2021 4:30-5:30PM EST

Session 3: Hepatitis C Complications with Dr. Jesudian 
October 28, 2021 4:30-5:30PM EST

Session 4: Hepatitis C Treatment in Persons Who Inject Drugs (PWID) with Dr. Taki
November 4, 2021 4:30-5:30PM EST

Please pre-register for this event below:
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Additional Registration Information
2. 1. How did you hear about this training series?
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4. 3. Which of the following best describes your occupation?
5. 4. Organization or Institution Location:
6. 5. Organization or Institution Type:
7. 6. Select your credentials:
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7. Have you treated a patient for hepatitis C in the past 3 years?
8. About how often do you do each of the following?
Space Cell Never1-2 times per year1-2 times per month1-2 times per weekDaily
Screen for hepatitis C
Diagnose hepatitis C
Conduct pre-treatment assessment for hepatitis C
Screen for liver cancer
Treat of hepatitis C, including monitoring patients during and after treatment
Treat hepatitis C in people living with HIV
Treat hepatitis C in people who use drugs or alcohol
Treat hepatitis C in people with serious mental health issues
Treat hepatitis C in people with early stage liver disease
Treat hepatitis C in people with late stage liver disease
Refer complicated hepatitis C cases to specialty care
Educate patients to prevent hepatitis C reinfection
8. 9. Why are you choosing to take part in this training series? Check all that apply