Report estimates that around two-thirds of people living with hepatitis C may not realise they have the virus, with PHE urging those at risk to get tested. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a major public health threat in the UK.
This report focuses on the epidemiology of hepatitis C in Yorkshire and Humber using mainly routinely available surveillance data.
An evidence review of what interventions are effective in increasing case-finding and linkage to care for hepatitis C-infected patients. It is intended to support commissioners and health and care providers, in making decisions on prioritisation of resources and the commissioning
This guidance has been developed to aid the public health management of hepatitis A infection which aims to reduce the occurrence of secondary infections and to prevent and control outbreaks. The guidance has been developed based on a review of
This working document, written by Public Health England’s (PHE) Hepatitis C Virus Resistance Group, aims to support clinicians treating people with HCV, where the issue of resistance may be a factor in clinical decision-making.
This report summarises the content and completeness of data contained within the Hepatitis C patient registry and treatment outcome system at the end of April 2018, enabling a preliminary assessment of HCV treatment and its monitoring in England.