Hepatitis and HIV/Hepatitis Coinfection ECHO

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The Hepatitis and HIV/Hepatitis Coinfection ECHO is a free monthly telementoring series focusing on mentoring health care workers on diagnosing, managing, treating, and caring for people with viral hepatitis or HIV/hepatitis co-infection. These sessions support ongoing learning and networking for healthcare workers.

Join these sessions to learn evidence-based strategies, connect with like-minded peers and become part of the solution.

Free continuing education credits are available for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and pharmacist technicians.

Sessions are on alternating third Mondays (3-4pm CT) and Wednesdays (12-1pm CT) each month.

Upcoming Session

November 27, 2023, 3:00-4:00pm CST via Zoom

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Complete the two step registration process here to join future sessions:

HIV & Viral Hepatitis 

HIV, Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV) share similar routes of transmission. Of those with HIV, approximately 6-14% also have HBV infection and 25% also have HCV infection. The consequences of coinfection include quicker progression of liver disease, liver cirrhosis, end-stage liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma.


Past Session Resources and Recordings

Please check back often for new content. See our full list of didactic recordings here

Session 2: October 25, 2023Hep Echo 10.25.23 Youtube Thumbnail

Presentation Topic: HIV/HCV Coinfection Part 1 – Epidemiology and Screening

  • Didactic presenter: Stevan A. Gonzalez, MD, MS

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Session 1: September 18, 2023Hep Echo Youtube Thumbnail

Presentation Topic: Epidemiology of Acute Hepatitis A, Acute Hepatitis B and Acute Hepatitis C in Texas: 2017-2022

  • Didactic presenters: Binoj Peter, MBBS, MPH, and Sergio Castaneda, M.Ed, CHES from Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)

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