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Hepatitis B Foundation launches training website with user-friendly courses


The Hepatitis B Foundation and partners are launching a cost-free training website, the “B Informed Training Hub,” for people who want to learn more about hepatitis B and hepatitis D.

The online tool was developed by the Hepatitis B Foundation, working in collaboration with HepBCommunity and the Westmead Institute for Medical Research.

This site provides training, education and resources on hepatitis B, hepatitis D and liver cancer for anyone who wants to learn more. Everyone is welcome, particularly people living with hepatitis B and their family members, community educators, health care and social service providers, and others in “our” global community.

The curriculum covers the epidemiology, natural history, prevention, management and treatment, and strategies for working toward hepatitis B and D elimination. The curriculum is broken into four modules (more are in development), with each module covering a different topic.

After modules are completed, learners can take a short quiz. Once the quizzes for the four core curriculum modules are passed, learners can receive a certificate of completion.

This free training program is provided on a secure website that requires users to create a profile for access to the content. That allows users to complete each module at their own pace and track their progress. User privacy will be maintained carefully.

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