Webinars 2016

Clinical Trials – What They Mean for the Hepatitis B Community

In Part 2 of this 2-part webinar series, expert speaker Dr. Moon Chen, Professor and Director for Cancer Control, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center, discusses strategies to motivate individuals with hepatitis B and their providers to participate in clinical trials.

Presentation Slides:
HBV Clinical Trials and Why They Are Important; Moon Chen and Robert Gish

Current and Future HBV Treatment and Research Towards Finding a Cure

In Part 1 of this 2-part webinar series, expert speaker Dr. Timothy M. Block, Co-Founder and President of the Hepatitis B Foundation and President and Director of the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, discusses hepatitis B drugs in development.

Presentation Slides:
Understanding New Medicines to Treat Chronic Hepatitis B: Toward a Cure; Timothy M. Block

Bring it Home! Strategies to Work with Your Local Policymakers on Hepatitis B

In this interactive session learn about advocacy strategies at the city and state levels on policies that impact hepatitis B, including best practices from New York City’s hepatitis B advocacy initiatives.

Presentation Slides:
How to Work with State/Local Policymakers on Hepatitis B; Isha Weerasinghe
Best Practices from NYC’s Hepatitis B Advocacy Initiative; Niki Bannister
Template Letter – Policymaker Site Visit
Template Letter – Requesting a Meeting with Policymaker

Combating Hepatitis B Among High-Risk Communities: A Government-Community Partnership

In this interactive session, you will learn about about a unique government-community partnership, new multilingual hepatitis B educational resources, and local efforts to increase awareness and encourage hepatitis B testing.

Presentation Slides:
Developing CDC’s Know Hepatitis B Campaign; Sherry Chen
Hep B United Philadelphia; Pavitri Dwivedi
HBI-Minnesota; Dan-Tam Phan-Hoang

Hepatitis B Patient Navigation Programs

In this interactive session, you will learn more about new tools and resources, including a hepatitis B patient navigation manual, and navigation strategies and programs implemented in Chicago and New York City.

Presentation Slides:
NYC Patient Navigation Programs; Nirah Johnson
Chicago Patient Navigation Programs; Karen Kim

HBU Speakers Bureau

Hep B United’s Speakers Bureau was created to address hepatitis B in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities across the United States. Spokes people engage with ethnic media and help to ensure effective outreach, dissemination and coverage of information about hepatitis B.

Social Media Strategies to Increase Awareness about Hepatitis B

In this interactive session, you will learn more about setting up your social media plan, developing your organization’s personal style of engagement, and how to get involved in #hepbunite!

Presentation Slides:
Using Twitter Strategically; Amanda Carnes
HBF Social Media; Maureen Kamischke
Get Started on Social Media; Thaddeus Pham