Local Health Agencies in CT: Public Health Nursing Role and Hepatitis C, January 2017

The topic of the Connecticut Association of Public Health Nurses (CAPHN) February 16th meeting is Hepatitis C and the Role of Public Health Nurse. In order to best prepare for this meeting, please take the next 5-10 minutes to provide me your feedback so we can best use this time. Many thanks, Andrea 

I would like information about the following laboratory findings: (check all that apply)

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* 1. I would like information about the following laboratory findings: (check all that apply)

As a public health nurse I currently use CTEDSS (aka MAVEN) for the following: (check all that apply)

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* 2. As a public health nurse I currently use CTEDSS (aka MAVEN) for the following: (check all that apply)

I have conducted the following activities for people infected with hepatitis C in the community(ies) that I serve: (check all that apply)

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* 3. I have conducted the following activities for people infected with hepatitis C in the community(ies) that I serve: (check all that apply)

Which statements about hepatitis C apply to your public health agency? (check all that apply)

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* 4. Which statements about hepatitis C apply to your public health agency? (check all that apply)

On average, how much time do you currently spend on hepatitis C? (Select the one choice that fits the best)

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* 5. On average, how much time do you currently spend on hepatitis C? (Select the one choice that fits the best)

Briefly describe your current hepatitis C activities

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* 6. Briefly describe your current hepatitis C activities

What are your top three hepatitis C priorities for improving the health of your community?

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* 7. What are your top three hepatitis C priorities for improving the health of your community?

Are your Primary Care Providers aware of the hepatitis C baby boomer testing law passed in 2014 requiring certain providers to ensure that their baby boomer patients are tested at least once for hepatitis C regardless of risk factors?

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* 8. Are your Primary Care Providers aware of the hepatitis C baby boomer testing law passed in 2014 requiring certain providers to ensure that their baby boomer patients are tested at least once for hepatitis C regardless of risk factors?

Staff that have ever helped out/collaborated with hepatitis C at your local health agency: (check all that apply)

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* 9. Staff that have ever helped out/collaborated with hepatitis C at your local health agency: (check all that apply)

Is there anything else that you would like to discuss about hepatitis C?

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* 10. Is there anything else that you would like to discuss about hepatitis C?

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