CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis releases 2025 Strategic Plan

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention recently released their Division of Viral Hepatitis 2025 Strategic Plan. As described on their website, the Division of Viral Hepatitis (DVH) consists of three branches –Epidemiology and Surveillance, Prevention, and Laboratory—that work collaboratively with the aim of ending the viral hepatitis epidemics by providing leadership in science and public health practices. Their website also provides a variety of resources including statistics and surveillance, data on viral hepatitis outbreaks, and funding opportunity announcements (FOAs). The 2025 Strategic Plan presents the Division's goals and strategies to reduce new viral hepatitis infections, reduce viral hepatitis-related morbidity and mortality, reduce viral hepatitis-related disparities, and establish comprehensive national viral hepatitis surveillance for public health action. Finally, the Strategic Plan includes a summary of outcome measures and indicators of progress.

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