September 22-23, 2017 N/A
HCV is common, has a high rate of mortality in Indian Country, and can be cured at the primary care level. A free clinical training for I/T/U facilities to provide a range of HCV services at the primary care level will take place with Dr. Jorge Mera, Director of Infectious Diseases for Cherokee Nation Health Service.
Register for the training at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HCVclinicaltraining
Who should attend: Physicians, midlevels, pharmacists, nurses, and other clinicians from I/T/U sites interested in learning new skills to screen, manage, treat and cure HCV are invited to attend. Special attention will be paid to the ECHO model of collaborative learning and knowledge sharing.
Where: Hosted by the Cowlitz Indian Tribe – Marriott TownePlace Suites, 17717 SE Mill Plain Boulevard Vancouver, Washington 98683 (Hotel reservations can be made by calling 360.260.9000. Government rates available)
When: September 22-23, 2017
Download: Draft Training Agenda