Is there a vaccine for #HCV?

Is there a vaccine for #HCV?

What is a “window period”?

Why should I be treated if I’m not sick?

“…young adults often have important & insightful questions about #HCV. Frontline providers should be prepared with equally important & insightful responses.”

¡VÁLE! staff provides FAQs & evidence-based responses for the above questions and more for your own work on #HCV in #TheHPPJournal Nov issue: Society for Public Health Education

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Did you know that Health Promotion Practice (HPP) publishes content that guides and informs public health professionals as they engage in developing, implementing, and evaluating health promotion programs? Yes, it does!

It also recognizes the need to promote and create linkages between health educators, researchers, and the communities they serve.

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Do you believe stories have a place in research?

HPP’s Editor-in-Chief, Kathleen Roe, writes that stories can contribute to our understanding of local efforts to implement research-based policy and practice recommendations in real community contexts.

Check out the rest of her commentary and the exciting articles in HPP’s 2018 November issue:
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