Consolidated Strategic Information Guidelines for Viral Hepatitis: Planning and Tracking Progress towards Elimination. WHO. (2019)


The Consolidated strategic information guidelines for viral hepatitis summarize and simplify the overall approach proposed by WHO to collect, analyse, disseminate and use strategic information on viral hepatitis at local, subnational, national and international levels.

The document describes the use of strategic information at various stages of the response in the context of strengthening broader health information systems. Strategic information can be defined as data collected at all service delivery and administrative levels to inform policy and programme decisions.


Keywords: HBV and HCV, health system, surveillance

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- Annex 1: Standard Operating Procedures for Enhanced Reporting of Cases of Acute Hepatitis

- Annex 2: Template Protocol for Surveys to Estimate the Prevalence of Biomarkers of Infection with the Hepatitis Viruses: Tool for Adaptation and Use at Country Level 

- Annex 3: Protocol for Surveillance of the Fraction of Cirrhosis and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Attributable to Viral Hepatitis in Clinical Centres of Excellence 

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