AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
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This course is offered only to providers in the state of Florida.
Please complete the pretest below before submitting your registration. Registration forms submitted without the pretest will not be accepted.
* Indicates Required Field
June 12, 2013
August 14, 2013
September 25, 2013
October 25, 2013
December 11, 2013
County Health Department Community-Based Organization DOH Headquarters Other
*Name of Organization:
Hepatitis Laboratory HIV STD Family Planning Immunization TB & Refugee Health Adult Health General Clinic Epi Primary Care Other
* If "Other," please identify:
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After participating in the introductory Hepatitis 101 Class, participants will have a basic understanding of the following:
There is no registration fee for this teleconference
Registration is limited to 50 people for each session
MULTIPLE CHOICE ? Select the correct answer
*1. How many people are estimated to be infected with the hepatitis C virus in the U.S.?
*2. What is a chronic infection?
*3. What is an acute infection?
*4. Which hepatitis virus(es) can have a chronic infection?
*5. The average incubation period for hepatitis A is:
*6. Which is not a common route of transmission for hepatitis A?
*7. Infants born to hepatitis B surface antigen positive mothers must receive which of the following?
*8. Approximately what percentage of people with hepatitis C are chronically infected?
*9. People with hepatitis C should be vaccinated for:
*10. People who used needles to inject illegal drugs only once, many years ago, do not have to worry about hepatitis C infection.
*11. Persons co-infected with HCV and HIV have a decreased risk for cirrhosis, liver cancer, and liver failure.
*12. The treatment for a case of hepatitis A is only to care for the symptoms.
*13. There is an effective vaccine against HCV infection.
*14. Diet & exercise will not make a difference to your overall health if you have hepatitis C.
*15. Most people with hepatitis C do not know they are infected because they feel fine.
*16. Both HIV & HCV are blood-borne viruses.
*17. If you have viral hepatitis, drinking several glasses of wine each day will not hurt your liver.
*18. Hepatitis B is transmitted through blood and body fluids.
*19. All pregnant women must be tested for hepatitis A.
*20. All infants, regardless of their mother's HBV status, should be vaccinated for hepatitis B at birth.
21. How confident are you that you can:
*A. Identify clients who should be referred for hepatitis vaccination or testing?
*B. Present accurate information about hepatitis to clients?
*C. Help clients develop skills they need to refrain from engaging in high-risk behaviors?
*D. Help clients reach accurate perceptions of their own vulnerability to hepatitis infection?