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Hepatitis B Awareness Toolkit


The NFID Hepatitis B Awareness Initiative, which educates healthcare professionals and consumers about the burden of hepatitis B and the importance of prevention, is supported by more than 25 organizations representing hepatitis experts, policy makers, healthcare professionals, and consumer health advocates concerned with reducing the burden of hepatitis B in the US, recognizing the challenge of implementing risk-based hepatitis B vaccination recommendations for adults.

The toolkit below includes resources to help you share information about hepatitis B in US adults and the importance of prevention through vaccination.





Download the NFID Infographic
Hepatitis B: Are You At Risk?



Continuing Education

How Improved Hepatitis B Vaccination Coverage Can Protect At-Risk Adults [ReachMD 30-Minute Expert Interview offering CME]

Preventing Hepatitis B in US Adults through Vaccination
[Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice Journal Article offering CME] 

Preventing Hepatitis B Infections in US Adults [On-demand one-hour webinar offering CME/CPE]

Sample Newsletter/Website Content

Did you know that 2 in 3 adults living with chronic hepatitis in the US do not know that they are infected? Hepatitis B is one of the leading causes of liver cancer and adult immunization rates are well below US public health goals at only 25%. To help raise awareness and reduce new hepatitis B infections in the US through increased vaccination rates, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) has developed free resources including a Call To Action, infographic, 30-minute expert interview on ReachMD, CME-journal article, and sample social media posts. To learn more about hepatitis B and vaccines available to prevent it, visit:


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