Data and Dialogue to End Hep C
September 16, 2019 ♦ 9am – 5pm
Hotel Whitcomb ♦ 1231 Market Street, San Francisco

End Hep C SF envisions a San Francisco where hepatitis C is no longer a public health threat, and hepatitis C-related health inequities have been eliminated. We know that strong research, collection and use of data, and dissemination of findings is key to our ability to eliminate hepatitis C in our city. The symposium will be held from 9 am-5 pm on Monday, September 16th at Hotel Whitcomb, 1231 Market St. The event is free but space is  limited so you must register to attend and early registration is encouraged! Lunch will be provided (note that attendees are on their own for breakfast!). Full program is here for viewing/download

Everyone who is planning on to attend the symposium should register here. Even if you have helped plan the event or RSVP’d on Facebook, the only way we really know you’re coming and can hold your spot is if you register here. Thank you!

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Agenda

9:00-10:00am  Welcome Plenary with Meghan Morris, PhD

9:55-11:30am
Session I: Priority Populations. Moderator: Rachel Mclean, MPH
Amanda Bierkamp; Rachel Kanner, MPH; Ali Mirzazadeh, PhD; Bob Thawley; Erin Wilson, PhD

11:30-12:00pmBreak/Lunch

12:00-1:30pmLunch Panel Discussion: Models for Hep C Treatment, Moderator: Kelly Eagan, MD
Soraya Azari, MD; Janessa Broussard, NP; Andrew Desruisseau, MD; Colleen Surlyn, MD; Jessica Naugle, NP

1:30-2:45pmSession II: Program Models: “Where the Rubber Meets the Road”
Moderator: Perry Rhodes Ill

Katie Burk, MPH; Paul Harkin; Isaac Jackson, Phd; Eva Kersey; Liseli Mulala, RPh PhD

2:45-3:00pmBreak

3:00-4:30pmSession Ill: Future Directions to Increase Engagment Among New Communities
Moderator: Shelley Facente, MPH

Jessica Naugle, NP; Jennifer Price, MD; Emily Raganold; Amy Rosenwohl-Mack, MSc

4:30-5:00pm Closing Plenary with Annie Luetkemeyer, MD