Welcome to the B Free CEED Resource Library!

The library compiles all the different AAPI hepatitis B resources from our partners and organizations across the U.S. Our library includes materials for health professionals and researchers, community organizations and clinics, as well as the general public, from multilingual patient brochures and videos to CME modules for physicians.

The resource library will be updated frequently with more resources, advanced searches, and feedback tools. In the mean time, please check back often and contact us with your suggestions!

Tips for Searching

- Do not delete any pre-populated text in the search box if you want to search within that specific resource type

- Along with language, title, author, and year, you can search for specific subgroups, type of distributor (government agency, pharmaceutical company, non-profits) and specific messages (Educational Materials: general information, pregnancy, screening/vaccination, treatment, chronic HBV; Toolkits: CBPR, social marketing, etc.)

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Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , (1999) Abstract
Frequently Asked Questions: Hepatitis B, American Liver Foundation , (2008)
From Despair to Hope: Advances in the Care of Hepatitis B, Hie-Won L. Hann; Hepatitis B Foundation , (2007) Abstract
Getting a Letter from the Blood Bank (English), Hepatitis B Foundation , (2010) Abstract
HBV & HCV: America’s Hidden Epidemics, Trust for America's Health; American Association for the Study of Liver Disease , (2010) Abstract
HBV 101: What Parents Should Know About Hepatitis, Maureen Kamischke; Hepatitis B Foundation , (2007) Abstract
HBV and Liver Cancer in API Americans, SF Hep B Free , (2008) Abstract
HBV and Liver Transplantation, Tse-Ling Fong; Hepatitis B Foundation , (2008) Abstract
HBV Diagnosis and Treatment: Do We Need A Roadmap or GPS?, Robert Gish; Hepatitis B Foundation , (2008) Abstract
HBV in Pregnancy, B-Smart: Hepatitis B , (2009) Abstract