Outcomes Report
Hep B United Philadelphia (HBUP) delivered outreach to a wide population throughout the Philadelphia area providing screening, education, and training and outreach events. For the 2016-2017 year, HBUP reached a total of 854 individuals through 27 separate events, distributed a total of 664 Know Hepatitis B Campaign handouts in language, screened 85 individuals for hepatitis B, found four positive hepatitis B cases and provided linkage to care for positive individuals. Read the outcomes report here .
Upcoming Events
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If you have any questions and/or interested in volunteering at any of the above events, please contact Catherine Freeland at catherine.freeland@hepb.org .
Upcoming Webinars!
Share Your Hep B Story: #justB Storytelling Workshop
The Hepatitis B Foundation and the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)   are excited to announce our next digital storytelling workshop in partnership.with  StoryCenter
Kicking off year 2 of our  #justB storytelling campaign , this workshop will bring together individuals living with or affected by hepatitis B to learn how to share their stories to educate the public about the disease and to inspire action. The workshop will be held in January 2018 in Berkeley, CA.

If you or someone you know might be interested in becoming a storyteller for the #justB campaign, please  join us for an informational webinar on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM ET  to learn more about the program and how to apply for the upcoming workshop.
Register  here   .
Using Social Network Analysis to Evaluate Your Hep B Coalition: Join us for a Webinar on Thursday, Sept 21 from 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Across the U.S., community-based hepatitis B coalitions are working to reduce the health disparities associated with hepatitis B by increasing awareness, screening, vaccination, and linkage to care for high-risk communities. Coalition success depends on collaboration, from engaging members to sharing promising practices and integrating efforts to maximize time and resources.

The George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center used social network analysis (SNA) to improve program delivery and monitor the development of relationships between Community Roundtable participants working to integrate cancer and chronic disease efforts. Join us for this webinar session to learn how coalitions could leverage SNA to inform program and coalition improvement, provide data that supports anecdotes and demonstrate the development of professional relationships.   

Register   here   .
#justB Postcards are Available
#justB postcards are now available! There are postcards for all the storytellers. For a list of all the storytellers and their experiences, please visit this website and you can find it on the left of the website. If you are interested in ordering any postcards, please contact Kristine Alarcon at kristine.alarcon@hepb.org .
#justB Brave
September's feature video   shares Maureen's story. As her adoptive daughters from China were growing up, Maureen learned they were hepatitis B positive, but encouraged them to lead happy, healthy lives. She has always been open with them about the risks of transmission, but now that her daughters are entering adolescence, Maureen struggles with how best to talk to them about what living with hepatitis B means for any intimate relationship they may form.
During 2017, we are highlighting a unique patient story each month. Our #justB Storytelling Campaign is a national effort to bring individuals affected by hepatitis B to share their stories to shed light on this serious disease, decrease stigma, discrimination, and promote the importance of testing and treatment for hepatitis B. If you want to host a screening of the videos, we can help! It is a great way to spread the word and engage your local communities! Email Catherine.Freeland@hepb.org .
 View other videos and learn more about our campaign at  www.hepb.org/justb .
Join the Hep B United Action Center
Become a Hep B Advocate! Join the Hep B United Action Center to get the latest updates and news about hep B policy issues, learn about upcoming advocacy events, and be notified of opportunities to take action and show your support for our  policy initiatives . You will also be provided with information, resources, and tools to help you communicate, educate, and engage your community.
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