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Hepatitis C and Drug User Health Preceptorship

What does Preceptorship program include?

The goal of the Hepatitis C and Drug User Health Preceptorship program is for participants to build their capacity to provide HCV treatment and comprehensive, stigma-free drug user health services. This clinical training program includes 5 hours of didactic learning taught by content experts (CME provided) and 8 hours of on-site experiential learning at innovative practices providing integrated hepatitis C treatment and drug user health throughout NYS.

Learning Objectives:

After completing the preceptorship program, participants will be able to:
  • Conduct hepatitis C pre-treatment evaluation, medication regimen selection, on-treatment monitoring and post-treatment follow-up.
  • Employ innovative strategies in opioid use disorder care and office-based buprenorphine treatment.
  • Synthesize approaches to integrating hepatitis C and buprenorphine treatment in the same care setting.
  • Integrate harm reduction principles into the care of people who use drugs.

Who is eligible to participate in the Hepatitis C and Drug User Health Preceptorship?

NYS clinical professionals (MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs)

For More Information Contact:

Participation in the Hepatitis C and Drug User Health Preceptorship program includes an application process. To learn more, please contact: Emily Scognamiglio, MPH email: Emily.Scognamiglio@mountsinai.org.