Hepatitis B Online

A free educational website from the
University of Washington National Hepatitis Training Center
Funded by
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

HBV Primary Care Guidance


From the HBV Primary Care Workgroup
Practical Guidance for Clinicians
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Course Modules


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HBV Medications


Prescribing Information
Clinical Studies
Slide Decks
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Clinical Calculators


APRI, AUDIT-C, CAGE,
CTP, Fib-4, MELD,
SAAG, and more
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Hepatitis B Virus Modules

HBV Epidemiology

Reviews United States and global HBV incidence and prevalence, populations at risk for HBV acquisition, and the clinical and laboratory criteria for HBV case definitions.


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HBV Screening and Diagnosis

Details the groups considered at priority for HBV testing, the recommended screening and diagnostic tests, and how to interpret HBV diagnostic test results.


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HBV Immunizations

Identifies indications for HBV vaccine, describes dosing schedules and administration of vaccines, and management of vaccine nonresponders.


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When to Initiate HBV Treatment

Describes factors to consider on whether to initiate HBV treatment, summarizes key guidance recommendations, and discusses special indications for treatment.


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Choosing an Initial HBV Treatment Regimen

Discusses the therapy options, describes advantages of oral antiviral therapy, and highlights special circumstances that warrant treatment modifications.


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Preventing HBV Perinatal Transmission

Describes transmission risks and treatment options for women and infants based on the mother’s HBV status.


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Screening for Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Examines the epidemiology and risk factors of HCC, discusses the types of screening testing methods, and summarizes guidances’ screening recommendations.


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Occupational HBV Postexposure Prophylaxis

Describes how to evaluate and treat potential exposure, summarizes intervention options, and differentiates treatment based on vaccination status.


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About Hepatitis B Online

Hepatitis B Online is a free educational website from the University of Washington National Hepatitis Training Center. This project is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

This site addresses the diagnosis, monitoring, management, and prevention of hepatitis B virus infection. Additional modules will be added through 2021.

In collaboration with the HBV Primary Care Workgroup, Hepatitis B Online is hosting Hepatitis B Management: Guidance for the Primary Care Provider.

Free CME credit and CNE/CE contact hours are offered throughout this site. Pharmacology CE for advanced practice nurses is also available for several modules.

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Browse or create an account and track your progress as you work through the course.  After registering, you can obtain free CME or CNE credit.


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