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West Virginia Hepatitis Academic Mentoring Partnership

Sponsor
West Virginia Rural Health Association
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Contact

304.890.7017
Online contact form

Purpose

The West Virginia Hepatitis Academic Mentoring Partnership (WVHAMP) is an in-person and tele-mentoring partnership designed for primary care providers to link with disease experts for hepatitis C training.

Course goals include:

  • Recruit primary care providers practicing in Federally Qualified Health Centers, hospitals, and rural community clinics in high-risk communities throughout West Virginia
  • Establish a primary care workforce trained by hepatitis C experts to screen, diagnose, treat, and follow up with the goal of curing persons with chronic hepatitis C infection throughout West Virginia, including high-risk, rural, and low-resource settings
  • Remove barriers to care for individuals diagnosed with hepatitis C
  • Increase the number of West Virginians living with hepatitis C who are successfully linked to care and cured
Eligibility

The course is designed for primary care providers practicing in Federally Qualified Health Centers, hospitals, and rural community clinics in high-risk communities throughout West Virginia.

Participants are expected to commit to participate in WVHAMP trainings for at least 12 months.

Geographic coverage
West Virginia
Amount of funding

The course is provided at no cost.

Application process

Register for trainings on the program website.

Tagged as
Clinics · Health workforce education and training · Hospitals · Infectious diseases · Primary care · West Virginia



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