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Risk Communication for Viral Hepatitis Management Among Migrants

Risk Communication for Viral Hepatitis Management Among Migrants
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Author(s): Evaristus Adesina (Covenant University, Nigeria), Olusola Oyero (Covenant University, Nigeria), Nelson Okorie (Covenant University, Nigeria), Charity Ben-Enukora (Covenant University, Nigeria) and Babatunde Adeyeye (Covenant University, Nigeria)
Copyright: 2022
Pages: 18
Source title: Research Anthology on Improving Health Literacy Through Patient Communication and Mass Media
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-2414-8.ch002


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The burden of viral hepatitis is high with huge mortality and morbidity on human population. The increasing migration of people from areas highly prevalent of viral hepatitis poses a unique threat to the healthcare systems of the host nations. The deficient universal standards for screening, vaccination, and treatment of viral hepatitis have therefore made the burden of chronic liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma to increase among migrant populations globally. This study examines the role of risk communication in managing viral hepatitis among migrants at the different levels of pre-departure phase, travel phase, destination phase, interception phase and the return phase. The study concluded on the need for concerted effort by national governments to develop a national communication policy with comprehensive risk communication strategies on viral hepatitis management among migrants.

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