Welcome to our newly recruited trainees!

Annually, CanHepC extends fellowships to provide transdisciplinary training and stipend support to Canadian involved in hepatitis C research, who are university graduates at various stages of their academic and professional career.

A total of seven new student trainees fellowship have...

CanHepC Annual Meeting 2019 in Montréal

The 4th CanHepC Annual Meeting took place in Montreal on May 23, 2019 gathering over 90 of our member investigators, knowledge users, collaborators, and trainees.

As usual, the day gave way to fruitful discussions and exchanges while giving an opportunity for members to engage with...

Blueprint launch session at the Canadian Symposium on HCV/Canadian Liver Meeting

Blueprint Launch sessionFriday 24 May, 2019 from 17:40-18:30pm8th Canadian Symposium on Hepatitis C Virus / Canadian Liver MeetingHôtel Bonaventure, Montreal>> FREE REGISTRATION OPEN TO ALL>> LIVE STREAM THE LAUNCH on YouTube

Presenter/Moderator: Jordan Feld (University of...

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Webinar consultation: Blueprint to inform a hepatitis C elimination strategy in Canada

Join CanHepC for a webinar on March 13, 2019, at 11 a.m. EST on the Blueprint to inform a hepatitis C elimination strategy in Canada. This webinar will present the outlines and highlights of the Blueprint draft in view of getting broad feedback from participants.

Event date:Wednesday,...

CanHepC Trainees campaigning for World Hepatitis Day

This past July 28th marked World Hepatitis Day, a global awareness day on viral hepatitis. For this occasion, CanHepC trainees joined forces to organise several outreach activities aiming to raise the profile of viral hepatitis among the public and local communities.

Over a period of 2 days,...

Documenting the HCV Canadian perspective

The first manuscripts of the CanHepC special topic series entitled “Hepatitis C: A Canadian Perspective” and the editorial introduction to the series are now available in Issue 1.2 of the CanLivJ. A further 4 manuscripts will be published in issue 1.3 and the remaining will be spread out in...

World Hepatitis Day 2018

Saturday 28 July, 2018 marks World Hepatitis Day, a global health awareness day on viral hepatitis. This year’s World Hepatitis Alliance campaign enjoins people to find the “missing millions”. It’s estimated that around 300 million people are living with viral hepatitis (hepatitis B or C)...

Moving forward with a Blueprint to inform HCV Elimination Efforts in Canada 

Aim & development processCanHepC is leading a joint effort towards the development of a blueprint to inform HCV elimination efforts in Canada. The aim of this document is to provide guidance on how to address HCV with specific and measurable objectives that are relevant to the Canadian...

CanHepC National Stakeholder Workshop “A Blueprint for a Hepatitis C National Action Plan"

CanHepC organised a one-day workshop gathering cross-Canadian stakeholders on June 13, 2018 to discuss progress with the HCV blueprint, present and revise the drafts from the working groups and get input and feedback on the objectives and targets identified. The workshop was attended by...

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CanHepC webinar: informing HCV Elimination Efforts in Canada

Webinar: Engaging and informing HCV Elimination Efforts in Canada: Blueprint for HCV National Action Plan Friday, May 4, 2018, 12 noon ESTRECORDINGSLIDES (pdf)

The Canadian Network on Hepatitis C (CanHepC) is leading a joint effort reuniting expertise within its Network of researchers...

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