Center of Excellence Webinar Series: Hepatitis B in Refugees Evaluation

Data and quality improvement efforts supporting improved coordination, testing, vaccination, & linkage to ongoing care

Recorded on April 28, 2020

Do you coordinate or perform initial health assessments for refugees?
Do you provide ongoing primary care to refugees?
Indicate your level of agreement with each of the following webinar objectives.
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I can provide an overview of hepatitis B epidemiology in immigrant and refugee populations.
I can summarize the approach to refugee hepatitis B screening and vaccination overseas and at U.S. arrival.
I can review the international approaches to decreasing hepatitis B infections overseas.
I can discuss strategies to improve hepatitis B screening, vaccination, and linkage to ongoing care in immigrant and refugee populations.
Indicate your level of agreement with each of the following statements.
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The webinar session format worked well.
The length of the webinar was appropriate.
The webinar was relevant to my work.
Dr. Janine Young's presentation was effective.
Dr. Malini DeSilva's presentation was effective.
Overall, the webinar met my expectations.
As a result of participating in this training:
Will you make any significant changes in your work?
Will this information help improve your patient outcomes?
Would you recommend this webinar to a colleague?
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