Shedding new light on occupational liver disease

Evidence-based methods are becoming widely used in many areas of healthcare for decision making and validating recommendations in prevention and care delivery. These methods have only been applied to occupational health risks and interventions in a very limited way and there is considerable scope for wider use, especially in the clinical aspects of practice (Carter, 2000 ).

By leveraging skills and capabilities in the EASL scientific community, the EILF intends to raise awareness on the importance of applying an evidence-based approach in the assessment of hepatic risks associated with occupational and environmental exposures. The first initiative of such work would be to promote the development of the first ever EASL clinical practice guidelines on occupational and environmental liver disease

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Viral Hepatitis Elimination

The final push: a decade to eliminate viral hepatitis B and C

The final push: a decade to eliminate viral hepatitis B and C

In 2016 WHO’s first Global Health Sector Strategy on viral hepatitis set the goal of achieving its elimination by 2030. However, viral hepatitis remains a leading cause of death worldwide. To achieve hepatitis elimination within the next decade all actors, from national governments and civil society organisations to academic institution and… View Article

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Viral Hepatitis Elimination

Micro-Elimination of Hepatitis C Virus in the Middle East

Micro-Elimination of Hepatitis C Virus in the Middle East

Report of an expert workshop | 28th September 2019

Viral Hepatitis Elimination

HEPATITIS C ELIMINATION IN KUWAIT: Recommendations

HEPATITIS C ELIMINATION IN KUWAIT: Recommendations

Final report of the EASL International Liver Foundation Expert Panel 11 December 2018 Kuwait

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