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July 2011 Events

July 30, 2011 1 comment

Past events will now be archived here each month.

Mt. Zion Clinic
No July Clinic

Chinatown Public Health Center
Saturday July 9, 9am-12pm
1490 Mason Street at Broadway

Hep B Health Fair
Saturday July 23rd, 1pm-4pm
Interpreters (especially Cantonese) are needed to assist with hep B screening and education

Tenderloin Targeted Neighborhood Outreach: Community Leaders Meeting
Monday July 25th
Speaker’s Bureaau will give a presentation to community leaders in the Tenderloin concerning the importance of hep B screening

Richmond Area Flyering
Saturday July 30th, 1pm-3pm
VHIO is helping to flyer in the Richmond Area (along Geary/Clement and 2nd to 10th Ave) for the August Mt. Zion clinic

Hep B Clinic Outreach
Ongoing
VHIO volunteers are helping to contact SF clinics to arrange volunteering at hep B screenings.

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SF Hep B Collaborative Outreach

July 14, 2011 1 comment

Due to low patient turnout at Mt. Zion hep B clinics, VHIO volunteers will help UCSF volunteers with flyering. We are targeting the Richmond area, which is a bus-ride away from Mt. Zion. Please help with these community outreach efforts on Saturday July 30th, from 1-3pm. Mt. Zion might close if we continue to have few new patients!

As part of the new targeted neighborhood outreach approach, the San Francisco Hepatitis B Collaborative (SFHBC) is planning a screening in the Tenderloin in September.

Based on data assessment, SFHBC is looking into targeting the Southeastern part of San Francisco, as hep B screening has been relatively low there. SFHBC is also planning to reach recent immigrant populations, who are less likely to have been vaccinated and more likely to be chronic carriers.

Categories: Outreach Events

Hep B Clinic Outreach

July 1, 2011 1 comment

Due to low patient flow, we are implementing new outreach efforts, including a Wong Fu video to target the younger population and contacting other hep B clinics in SF to set up collaborations. Please contact us if you can assist with contacting clinics! UCSF SFHBC students are working full time and they need our help.

Categories: Outreach Events