Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A virus particles, TEM. © Science Photo Library

Hepatitis A is an acute infection of the liver caused by a small, non-enveloped hepatotropic virus classified in the genus Hepatovirus within the family Picornaviridae.

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Latest outputs

Event

World Hepatitis Day 2021

28 Jul 2021

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Strengthening screening for infectious diseases and vaccination among migrants in Europe: What is needed to close the implementation gaps?

Jan 2021

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Why we need more collaboration in Europe to enhance post-marketing surveillance of vaccines

Dec 2020

Peer-Reviewed Publication

The civil society monitoring of hepatitis C response related to the WHO 2030 elimination goals in 35 European countries

Nov 2020

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Hepatitis C virus infection in EU/EEA and United Kingdom prisons: opportunities and challenges for action

Nov 2020

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Strengthening screening for infectious diseases and vaccination among migrants in Europe: What is needed to close the implementation gaps?

Jan 2021

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Why we need more collaboration in Europe to enhance post-marketing surveillance of vaccines

Dec 2020

Peer-Reviewed Publication

The civil society monitoring of hepatitis C response related to the WHO 2030 elimination goals in 35 European countries

Nov 2020

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Hepatitis C virus infection in EU/EEA and United Kingdom prisons: opportunities and challenges for action

Nov 2020

Toolkits

Publication

Toolkit for investigation and response to Food and Waterborne Disease Outbreaks with an EU dimension

Tool, Toolkit -

The purpose of this toolkit is to provide investigators with a series of tools that can be useful during an investigation of a European FWD outbreak, i.e. an outbreak that involves at least two EU Member States.

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Disease networks

European Food- and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses Network (FWD-Net)