As part of the Viral Hepatitis and STI Prevention Project, the Urban Indian Health Institute has developed new viral hepatitis, HIV and STI health promotion materials for use in urban American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
Special thanks to all those who participated in the development of these materials.
Updated: January 8, 2018
UIHI worked with Project Inform, a national HIV and hepatitis C education and advocacy organization, to culturally adapt a patient education postcard on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), the daily pill that can prevent HIV. Please download to print. (January 2018)
American Indian and Alaska Natives experience high rates of viral hepatitis when compared with other racial and ethnic populations. Under the Viral Hepatitis Education Project (VHEP), the UIHI produced three posters for viral hepatitis prevention targeting high risk adults, families and the college-aged population. These materials are available in poster and postcard formats, and are intended for audiences ages 13-64. Limited quantities of print materials are available by request. Please contact us.
Special thanks to Victor Pascual (Navajo) for his artistic work and the DGTL NVJO team for their design work, and to all those who participated in the development of these materials.
8.5 in x 5.5 in
24 in x 18 in
|High Risk Adult Poster
18.5 in x 24.5 in
24.5 in x 18.5 in
|College Aged Poster
18.5in x 24.5 in