Hepatitis B Discrimination Reporting
The Hepatitis B Foundation Stands Against Discrimination of Individuals Living with Hepatitis B.
Thank you for agreeing to participate in this discrimination registry. Your responses are not attached to your name or any other personal identification to ensure answers will be completely confidential. Please feel free to skip any questions that you are not sure how to answer or that you are uncomfortable answering. If you have any questions regarding this survey, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of this registry is to document and track discrimination related to hepatitis B. Discrimination is defined as the unjust, unfair, or prejudicial treatment of a person on the grounds of their hepatitis B status. In other words, being treated differently because of one’s hepatitis B infection. For someone with hepatitis B, this can mean exclusion, denying benefits, denied employment, education, training, goods or services, or having significant burdens imposed on an individual due to their infection status.