Welcome & Contact Information

Purpose: Tribal, Urban and Indian Health Service health teams who would like to or are currently providing treatment for patients with hepatitis C are invited to register for the Hepatitis C Elimination ECHO. The 12 session virtual training will provide the rationale, program design, as well as the tools that can be used by healthcare providers and tribal decision-makers to develop community-tailored HCV micro-elimination programs. 

Who should apply: Teams that will be considered are those who are in a position to champion change at their tribe and provide care to patients with hepatitis C. Team members might include: Leadership (Tribal Health Directors, Clinic/Medical Directors, and Administrators), Prescribers (Physicians, NPs and PAs), Clinicians (Nurses, Pharmacists, Nurse Care Managers, Coordinators), Public Health Staff (Epidemiologists, Public Health Nurses, Community Health Representatives, Community Health Aides, Harm Reduction Staff, Community Health Educators), and others interested in learning a new skill.
Up to 15 teams will be selected to participate in the HCV Elimination ECHO clinic taking place from April 6, 2021-June 22, 2021.

Where: All sessions take place virtually using the zoom platform.

When: The first Hepatitis C Elimination ECHO session will take place April 6th, meeting weekly on Tuesday from 12-1pm PT for 3 months, ending June 22, 2021. 

Please complete the application information below. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the ECHO team (echo@npaihb.org) or visit https://www.indiancountryecho.org/program/hepatitis-c-elimination/

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* 1. Please Enter Your Contact Information

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* 2. Ideally, staff will participate as part of a team that includes someone from leadership, a prescriber, a clinical champion and a public health staff member. What is your role?

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* 3. Who else from your team may be interested in registering? Please list current positions and email addresses for each person.

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