The toolkit is designed for providers who want to introduce new hepatitis C interventions into their service delivery and those seeking to expand and scale up existing interventions. It is valuable for anyone involved in implementing or advocating for interventions to eliminate hepatitis C.
The toolkit includes good practice examples, detailed how-to guides, implementation challenges and barriers, downloadable resources, and top tips for evidence-based interventions.
In this six-day intervention toolkit email series, you’ll receive one email daily with details on the intervention itself, good practice examples, a detailed how-to guide, challenges and barriers, downloadable resources, evidence, and top tips.
The interventions are all peer-reviewed by experts globally and include:
- Dried-blood-spot testing
- Peer support
- Point-of-care HCV RNA testing
- HCV care navigation
- Medical record auditing for HCV
- Point-of-care HCV antibody testing
The toolkit is also available online with an interactive quiz to help you determine the most useful resources for your service. Simply answer a few quick questions, and you’ll be delivered bespoke content tailored to your needs.
Content includes detailed how-to guides on dried-blood-spot testing, peer support, point-of-care HCV RNA testing, medical record auditing and point-of-care HCV antibody testing, alongside case study videos and infographics.
How will the toolkit help?
Help you advocate for interventions
The toolkit will empower advocates by providing valuable examples and evidence-based information to effectively promote and gain support for interventions.
Give you access to ready-made resources
The toolkit curates ready-to-use resources, including downloadable equipment lists and how-to’s, saving your service time and effort.
Compiles the latest evidence and recommendations
The toolkit provides you with the latest evidence and real-life examples to ensure your interventions are best practice and evidence-based.
Provide the framework for implementation
The toolkit includes detailed guides and practical recommendations to help you to implement the intervention in your service.
Peer-reviewed by global experts
The toolkit has been peer-reviewed by global experts to ensure accuracy and relevancy. Please note that the implementation or scaling up of specific interventions such as point-of-care testing is specific to each country and/or region, and the information we have provided is of a general nature. Some of our reviewers include:
Mia Biondi, York University | Western University | Viral Hepatitis Care Network
Seun Falade-Nwulia, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Rosie Gilliver, Kirketon Road Centre, Sydney