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Partner Resources

Winning the fight against viral hepatitis requires action from all parts of society—federal, state, Tribal, and local governments; nongovernmental organizations such as health care providers, health systems, payers, community-based organizations, and academic institutions; and individual advocates, patients, and their families.

The resources below can help you spread the word about the battle against viral hepatitis and engage others in conversation. We encourage you to use the resources below to enhance your communications materials in social media, emails, newsletters, presentations, flyers, etc.

We are losing ground in the battle against viral hepatitis.
Scientific advances and improvemnets in health care make it possible to win the fight against viral hepatitis and save lives.

We are missing key opportunities for Hepatitis B and C prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
The National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan is our battle plan to eliminate viral hepatitis in the United States.

Download message graphics (zip) (pictured above)

Most adults in U.S. have not recieved hepatitis A vaccination. In 2016, only 9.5% of adults recieved the recommended two doses of the vaccine.
Two few people living with hepatitis B know their status. In 2009, as few as 33% of people living with chronic hepatitis B were aware of their status. Know your status, get tested.
As many as 97% of patients with hepatitis C can be cured using approved drugs. Ask your health care provider about treatment.
After receiving all 3 doses, hepatitis B vaccine provides more than 90% protection to newborns, infants, and children. Hepatitis B vaccine is safe and effective!

Download data nuggets (zip):

These mini-graphics contain statistics and calls to action in the following areas:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Opioids
  • Vaccination

Available PowerPoint presentations:

  • About the Action Plan
  • Share the Partner Planning Guide
  • Talking points (various)

Download the Partner Planning Guide toolkit (zip):

  • Talking points
  • Partner newsletter/email copy
  • Partner Planning Guide background presentation
  • Partner Planning Guide cover image
  • Sample social media messages

For .PPT presentations, please email corinna.dan@hhs.gov

Content created by Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP)
Content last reviewed on May 9, 2019