Hepatitis C: key references and evidence
Effective Interventions Unit. Hepatitis C: Risks and prevention strategies in injecting drug users. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2002.
Health Education Board for Scotland (HEBS). Preventing HCV in Scotland: Options for action . Edinburgh: HEBS, 2002.
Hutchinson SJ, Roy KM, Wadd S et al. Hepatitis Virus Infection in Scotland: Epidemiological Review and Public Health Challenges. Scottish Med J 2006;51:8-15.
Codere G, Weir A, Hutchinson S, Goldberg D. Surveillence of known hepatitis C antibody positive cases in Scotland: results to 31 December 2014 . Glasgow: HPS Weekly Report; 49 (2015/28): 264-268.
Scottish Executive. Report of the HIV health promotion strategy review group. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2001.
Scottish Executive. Hepatitis C Action Plan for Scotland, Phase 1: September 2006-August 2008. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2006.
Scottish Government. Scotland's Action Plan for Hepatitis C, Phase 1, September 2006-August 2008: First Year progress Report. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2008
Scottish Government. Hepatitis C Action Plan for Scotland Phase II: May 2008-March 2011. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2008
Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). Management of Hepatitis C. Edinburgh: SIGN, 2006
Scottish Needs Assessment Programme (SNAP). Hepatitis C. Glasgow: Office for Public Health in Scotland, 2000.
World Health Organisation (WHO). Hepatitis C - global prevalence (update). Weekly Epidemiological Record 10 December 1999;74:425-427.
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