A visually dynamic educational resource developed in partnership with Dr Kosh Agarwal (Kings College London), designed for the multidisciplinary teams involved with the management of people living with hepatitis B.
The WHO goal to eliminate viral hepatitis as a public health risk by 2030 has focused the need for best practice in hepatitis B (HBV) diagnosis, treatment and long-term management. Dr Kosh Agarwal, consultant hepatologist and expert in HBV from Kings College London, UK, guides you through a series of videos explaining the most relevant clinical guidelines and recent data, and presents case studies related to patients commonly seen in clinics. He discusses how hepatologists can aim towards the WHO elimination targets with the currently available tools and the potential for HBV cure. For those new to managing people living with HBV or experienced specialists, this educational series provides a useful overview of the current landscape.
The WHO has set global targets to eliminate HBV as a public health issue by 2030. Understanding the disease in terms of at-risk populations, diagnosis and management is the first step towards caring for people infected with HBV.
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IHQ/HBV/2020-06//0001 Date of preparation: June 2020
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