As part of her research as an Academic Track Intern, Dr Eithne Nic an Ríogh completed a research project investigating the barriers and facilitators to Hepatitis C treatment across four European countries. The results suggest that the HepCare intervention is successful in improving engagement with HCV and increases rates of treatment.
In partnership with their collaborating and funding partners, the Hepcare Europe project presents a summary of its work to date in Ireland, Romania, Spain and UK and outlines some key lessons learned for healthcare policy and delivery. Enhancing integrated approaches to hepatitis C care a key priority for Eueopean Union.
Issue No. 4 of our newsletter focuses on our investigators in the Hospital Universitario de Valme, Seville, Spain.
We are pleased to bring you the third issue of the HepCare Europe Newsletter which focuses on the Victor Babes Clinical Hospital for Infectious and Tropical Diseases (SVB).
We are pleased to bring you the second issue of the HepCare Europe Newsletter which focuses on the University College London's contribution to the collaboration.
We are pleased to offer the first HepCare Europe newsletter (volume 1) which summarises recent developments.
HepCare Europe is an EU-funded multi-country collaboration which aims to improve the efficacy of Hepatitis C treatment through innovative community care pathway for people at risk. The four country initiative which seeks to reduce the morbidity and mortality related to Hepatitis C is led by Prof Jack Lambert and Prof Walter Cullen.