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Expanding access tohepatitis C prevention, testing,and treatment in prisons:

Recommendations from the INHSU 2022 Prisons Workshop


Authorship and Acknowledgements

The 2022 workshop upon which this report is based was organized by INHSU Prisons, a Special Interest Group of the International Network on Health and Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU), and the Coalition for Global Hepatitis Elimination (CGHE), a program of the Task Force for Global Health. INHSU Prisons and CGHE thank the presenters, “speed geeks,” facilitators, and attendees for their participation and support in producing a dynamic and engaging workshop. Presenters in Session 1 included: Sharon Hutchinson, Sarah Larney, and Niklas Luhmann. Speed geeks for Session 2 included: Sofia Bartlett, Chris Byrne, Andrew Lloyd, Tony McClure, Fadi Meroueh, Julia Sheehan, and Yumi Sheehan. Facilitators in Session 3 included: Matthew Akiyama, Joaquin Cabezas, Lee Christensen, Oluwaseun Falade-Nwulia, Kanudeep Kaur, Nadine Kronfli, Andrew Lloyd, and Natasha Martin. CGHE and INHSU Prisons also thank those participants who shared their lived experience. Following the workshop, this report was authored by the Coalition for Global Hepatitis Elimination and INHSU Prisons with review by workshop facilitators and speakers. Lead authors from CGHE included Lindsey Hiebert and John Ward, with review from Monica Fambrough. Authors from INHSU included the INHSU Prisons Executive Committee: Andrew Lloyd, Yumi Sheehan, Nadine Kronfli, Matthew Akiyama, Nonso Maduka, Julia Sheehan and Joaquin Cabezas, and INHSU staff, including Olivia Dawson. All photos credited to Conor Ashleigh/INHSU.



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