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This initiative is led by the NHS Addictions Provider Alliance and is a joint working agreement with Gilead Sciences who are commissioned by NHS England.
The aim to micro-eliminate hepatitis C within the drug and alcohol services of the NHS Addictions Provider Alliance is well underway with many services declaring micro-elimination.
Hep C U Later works extensively across drug and alcohol services nationally, through collaborating with the NHS Trusts within the NHS Addictions Provider Alliance and providing guidance and support on:
To read more about what we’ve achieved take a look at our Impact Report here
Hep C U Later collaborates with multiple national partners in the fight to micro-eliminate hepatitis C such as the Hepatitis C Trust, UKHSA, Operational Delivery Networks (ODNs), and Hepatology departments.
Gilead Sciences lead the Hep C Drug Treatment Service Provider Forum which brings together national BBV leads from across the drug treatment sector. The NHS APA is represented by Hep C U Later and the group consists of national Blood-Borne-Virus (BBV) leads from across the third sector. Within this group, we look to standardise work to reduce inequity and continually increase the quality of hepatitis C-related interventions.
We combine our efforts to promote joint awareness campaigns and learn from each other. Together, the Hepatitis C Drug Treatment Service Provider Forum has been shortlisted for many awards and in 2023 won the HSJ Best Healthcare Analytics Project for the NHS award.