HepVu is an interactive online resource that visualizes the first standardized state-level estimates of people with past or current Hepatitis C infection across the United States. These estimates were generated by Emory University’s Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention (CAMP), a project supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Try out the tool here: https://hepvu.org/

NASTAD and HepVu invite you to a follow up technical briefing about HepVu.org on Fri., November 3 at 11:00 AM EDT.  Since its launch in April of this year, HepVu has continued to grow and develop as an important resource about the domestic hepatitis epidemic.  The website provides the first standardized state-level estimates of people with past or current hepatitis C infection across the United States. Before the launch of the site, we were able to be a part of a technical briefing with the site’s lead researchers, Dr. Patrick Sullivan and Dr. Eli Rosenberg of the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.

Now that the site has been live for nearly six months, and you have hopefully had the ability to visit and use the site, we would like to invite you to a follow-up technical briefing.  The briefing will focus on an in-depth discussion about the data and methodology underlying the site’s estimates.  While the content will be similar to the initial presentations, this is a great opportunity to review the methodology and ask additional questions now that you are familiar with the site. This will be an interesting opportunity to explore the data on the website and hear directly from its creators.

Please sign up for this webinar and join by phone by dialing (701) 801-1211, Access Code: 506-325-060.


We hope you can join this important briefing. Please contact Chris Taylor if you have questions.