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Overview
sq This activity is certified for CME credit
sq Topical podcast discussions on current research and other key data tied to case presentations
sq Provided completely without charge or prerequisites
sq Delivered to your email inbox
sq Authored and peer-reviewed by expert faculty

Planned Topics - Volume 3:
sq EASL Coverage
sq AASLD Coverage
sq HCV Screening and Natural History
sq Treatment of HBV
sq HBV Cure
sq Non-Invasive Markers

Intended Audience
The target audience (clinicians) for this initiative includes: OB/GYNs, NPs, PAs, hepatologists, gastroenterologists, infectious disease physicians, community gastroenterologists and others who care for patients of Asian and West African descent in areas of high HBV prevalence.

Program Learning Objectives
After participating in this activity, the participant will demonstrate the ability to:
HCV
sq Identify and screen patients at risk for HCV
sq Describe new non-invasive techniques to stage liver disease
sq Interpret and apply best practices in identifying cirrhosis and HCC in patients infected with HCV
sq Recognize best practices in how to identify and manage HCV treatment-related side effects
sq Outline how newly emerging therapies apply to therapeutic decision-making in HCV infected and HIV/HCV co-infected patients
HBV
sq Identify and screen patients at risk for HBV
sq Describe new non-invasive techniques to stage liver disease
sq Interpret and apply best practices in identifying cirrhosis and HCC in patients infected with HBV

How do I earn CME credit?
For each newsletter issue, participants can earn 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ and 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ per podcast. Certificates are provided electronically from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
   
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