Skip to main content

Hepatitis Services

Hepatitis Services provides leadership for a coordinated strategy that focuses on hepatitis prevention and care.

We work to help individuals and populations with or at risk of viral hepatitis in British Columbia.

  • Prevent, control and eliminate viral hepatitis through evidence-based public health policies 
  • Detect and respond to new cases of viral hepatitis
  • Develop and apply advanced informatics for surveillance systems and monitoring in public health
  • Create knowledge through applied research and innovation aimed at improving the health of British Columbians
  • Advance public health excellence by attracting and retaining highly qualified persons to support health services
  • Provide leadership and create partnerships to facilitate the development of an effective integrated public health system

Our work

You Matter: Pathways to Care for STBBIs

You Matter: Pathways to Care for STBBIs is a hub for resources to enhance STBBI testing and linkage to care in Provincial and Territorial Correctional settings in BC and across Canada, including for people who are incarcerated, healthcare workers in corrections and correctional officers.

Hepatitis Education Canada

Hepatitis Education Canada is a website of culturally and linguistically sensitive hepatitis C education resources for the population, hepatitis patients and health care providers.

BC Hepatitis Testers Cohort

The BC Hepatitis Testers Cohort research project monitors hepatitis disease burden and provides answers to pressing policy questions in the province.

Hepatitis C: The Basics

The Hepatitis C: The Basics online course (available in English, French and Aboriginal versions) helps people manage their self-care, whether they are at risk for catching hepatitis C, newly infected, or have lived with hepatitis C for many years. 

Our service

Hepatitis Services was established in 2001. We are part of BCCDC Clinical Prevention Services

SOURCE: Hepatitis Services ( )
Page printed: . Unofficial document if printed. Please refer to SOURCE for latest information.

Copyright © BC Centre for Disease Control. All Rights Reserved.

    Copyright © 2024 Provincial Health Services Authority.