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Viral Hepatitis

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Hepatitis C Basics--Resources

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Resources

Products and Publications

  • The ABCs of Hepatitis
    Two-page guide to the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis A, B, and C
  • ABCs of Hepatitis (video)
    This 15-minute video was created for general education on hepatitis A, B, and C in substance use disorder programs.Transcript included.
  • Drinking Diary and Change Plan
    Wallet card for patients to record their alcohol use over a 4-week period as a way to monitor and reduce their drinking behavior.
  • Glossary
    Definitions of terms commonly used with viral hepatitis and related conditions.

Web Resources

  • American Liver FoundationLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    A national nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of hepatitis and other liver diseases through research, education, and advocacy. Web site features a database directory of hepatitis clinical trials, lay-oriented facts sheets, and links to additional resources.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Viral HepatitisLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Information on all types of viral hepatitis from the CDC's National Center for Infectious Diseases. Site features related CDC guidelines and recommendations as well as training materials, slide sets, fact sheets, and key CDC hepatitis documents.
  • NATAP: HepatitisLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Recogizing that coinfection with viral hepatitis among people with HIV is a growing problem, the National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project (NATAP) has developed an extensive amount of information on hepatitis, both in the context of HIV coinfection and as a separate illness. NATAP provides coverage of key conferences, maintains a selection of hepatitis articles, and features an ask-the-expert forum on hepatitis C.