LJWG conference 2018

Seven years to HCV elimination: The road to 2025

The 2018 Annual Conference. 3rd December, 9.00am-4pm at the Guildhall, London.

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Seven years to HCV elimination: The road to 2025

The 2018 LJWG annual conference was held on the 3rd December and brought together over 250 hepatologists, nurses, GPs, drugs service staff, peer support workers, patient representatives, commissioners, public health specialists, pharmacists and others to discuss what more needs to happen across London to eliminate hepatitis C by 2025.

2018 SLIDES AND INFO

Please follow the links for information on the talks and workshops from the day:

–       Videos of the talks by the plenary speakers

–       Summary of key themes of the conference and key points from the workshop

–       The slide set from the plenary speakers

–       The slide sets (combined) from the workshops

The LJWG made 3 short awareness films for the day about the impact of hepatitis C.  These can be viewed here.

PREVIOUS REPORTS AND UPDATES

Over 200 delegates came together at London’s Guildhall on the 26th September 2017. Experts from across the London discussed strategies to address the impact of the hepatitis C virus amongst people who inject drugs, and practical steps to make the most of the opportunity to eliminate it as a major public health issue.

You can view the full slide set from the day here:

Full LJWG 2017 slide set (PPT).

More workshop slides and resources

Conference agenda (Word Doc).

Main conference slideshow. These include overall slides from all of the main talks.

Conference workshop slides. These include key discussion points from the four afternoon workshops.

Please contact info@ljwg.org.uk for any more details about the day, or to register your interest for next year’s conference.

You can find reports from previous conferences by clicking one of the date buttons below:

The LJWG 2018 conference is funded through educational grants from AbbVie, Cepheid, Gilead Sciences, and MSD. None of the sponsors has had any control over the agenda or content.