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Hispanic Health Brief: A Growing Crisis Among Hispanic/Latinos – The HIV and Hepatitis Co-Infection Epidemic

Hispanic Health Brief: A Growing Crisis Among Hispanic/Latinos – The HIV and Hepatitis Co-Infection Epidemic

Hispanics/Latinos are the fastest-growing minority population in the US and accounted for more than half of the total US population growth between 2000 and 2010. This is especially seen in the Deep South where, for [...]

Educational Videos

Educational Videos

En Espanol. In this public service announcement, Dr. Sandra Gompf discusses the risk factors related to Hepatitis C infection and the importance of getting tested. CREDITS: University of South Florida CREDITS: New York City Health Department [...]

10 Ways to Participate in the National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day

10 Ways to Participate in the National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day

Contact a local organization and see if THERE IS A PLANNED EVENT in your area which you can collaborate with. Check out the NHHAD website to find them, www.HispanicHepatitisDay.org HOLD A SPECIAL TESTING DAY event at your [...]

Working with Healthcare Providers

Working with Healthcare Providers

There are various ways health providers can work in unison with community-based organizations to create a streamlined approach for increasing access to care and participation in community-based outreach CBO’s can play an integral role in educating [...]

Working with Hispanic/Latino Communities

Working with Hispanic/Latino Communities

Hispanics/Latinos are the largest and fastest growing minority in the United States and continue to be disproportionately affected by viral hepatitis and its effects. When working with Hispanic/Latino communities, it is important to keep in mind [...]