Understanding Your AttorneyMind Labs (Powerpoint Presentation) (Best Viewed in Firefox) Courtesy of Education for Healthy Choices
Stigma Elimination Slide Show
Lucinda K. Porter, RN: TedTalks
Kelly Z Talks with Kenny Neal about Hepatitis C
Centerforce Mythbusters HepC Part1
Centerforce Mythbusters HepC Part2
Centerforce Mythbusters HepC Part3
Centerforce Mythbusters HepC Part 4
Kelly Zirbes of "Kelly's Lot" on Stigma at the Minnesota Viral Hepatitis Symposium 2010
Hepatitis B & C
Hepatitis C The Silent Epidemic
Hepatitis C The Silent Epidemic — This informative video features interviews with Alan Franciscas, Editor-in-Chief of the Hepatitis Support Project (Flash Video File)
The following files (WMV.WVX —Windows Media Streaming) are best viewed in IE.
Taking Care — New Mexico Department of Health and UNM Project ECHO documentary on hepatitis C (Windows Media File)
Release Relapse — New Mexico Department of Health and UNM Project ECHO documentary on opiate addictions (Windows Media File)
Living with Hepatitis C: English — A film about hepatitis C from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (Windows Media File)
Living with Hepatitis C: Portuguese (Windows Media File)
Vivir con Hepatitis C: Aprenda Más - Asegúrese (Living with Hepatitis C)— Una película sobre la hepatitis C, por el Departamento de Salud Pública de Massachussetts (Windows Media File)
Getting Through: Stories of HAV/Hepatitis C Co-Infection — Patient Education Video from Duke University (Windows Media File)
An Interview with Dr. Mark Sulkowski — Video on Treatment of Hepatitis C in Co-infected Individuals Intended for Health Care Providers (Windows Media File)
Both "Getting Through" and the "Interview with Dr. Mark Sulkowski" were produced by NC AIDS Education & Training Center (NCAETC) in cooperation with SEATEC and was a joint project of Duke University Health Inequalities Program and the Piedmont Health Consortium.
Transmission Magazine is published by Hepatitis NSW every three months and contains news, info and referrals, suited for people who prefer to read image-heavy, text-light publications.