World Hepatitis Day webinar series

Our webinar series explores key issues in global hepatitis elimination. Each webinar will bring together an expert panel of speakers to share their thoughts on how to find the missing millions and accelerate action to eliminate hepatitis by 2030. 




Join us as our panel discusses the prospects of achieving hepatitis elimination by 2030 in the context of COVID-19. This webinar will bring together leading experts from across the world to explore how COVID-19 has impacted hepatitis elimination programmes and what needs to be done to accelerate elimination efforts if we are to reach the 2030 goals. 

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Join us as we discuss the human impact of mother-to-child transmission of viral hepatitis and how the community can lead the fight to prevent it. This webinar will bring together leading experts and people with lived experience to discuss the role of the community in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission. During this webinar we will hear examples from services on the ground and hear about the importance of this issue from mothers living with hepatitis B. This webinar is a follow up discussion to the World Health Organization’s webinar being broadcast on World Hepatitis Day. 

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Join us to explore the impact that COVID-19 is having on harm reduction services and the communities that use them. This webinar will feature leading figures in harm reduction who will speak about the impact that COVID-19 has had on harm reduction services and the ways in which services are being delivered during the pandemic. 

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Securing Political Will for hepatitis elimination in the context of UHC 




If you’re taking part in a Zoom webinar why not try one of our World Hepatitis Day virtual backgrounds which can be downloaded here


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