Online Education | Hepatitis B Web Study | Antiviral Agents Used to Treat Hepatitis B Virus Infection
In this case study, you will learn about agents approved to treat hepatitis B and different virologic responses to antiviral therapy for hepatitis.
|Have a UWCNE account?||New to UWCNE?||Returning student?|
Sign up at the bottom of this page and go to the course activities.
Use the CONTINUE button to go to the Post-Test and Evaluation. (You must be logged in to see the Continue button.)
Registered nurses, advanced practice nurses, physicians, physician assistants and other healthcare professionals across all settings
After completing this course, you will be better able to:
List and compare the agents approved to treat hepatitis B.
Describe the different virologic responses to antiviral therapy for hepatitis.
Course format and requirements
To earn contact hours, you must complete the case study, the post-test and the evaluation. You may take the post-test as many times as needed to achieve the required score of 80%. Note: You can complete all the HepWebStudy case-based modules by starting on the UWCNE website or by starting at HepWebStudy.org. In either case, you will return to this page after reading the case study to complete the post-test and evaluation and print your certificate.
|If you start at UWCNE.org:||If you start at HepWebStudy.org:|
|Go to the bottom of this page.||Complete case study content at http://www.hepwebstudy.org|
|Login or Create Account and sign up for this case study.||Click CNE Credit to link to this page.|
|Use the Continue button to access course activities. After reading the case study, click CNE Credit to come back to this page. Use the Continue button to access the post-test and evaluation.||Login or Create Account and sign up for this case study. Use the Continue button to access the post-test and evaluation.|
|Achieve 80% or higher on the post-test.||Achieve 80% or higher on the post-test.|
|Submit the evaluation.||Submit the evaluation.|
|Download and print your certificate.||Download and print your certificate.|
- Interactive case-based modules
- Free CE
- Slide library with presentations for downloading
- Glossary of definitions and terms
- 0.50 Contact hours
- 0.50 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level