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National Viral Hepatitis Poster Contest 2008

Celebrating World Hepatitis Day

National Viral Hepatitis Poster Contest Winners Announced
 Lyndsey Crum from Denver, Colorado, named Grand Prize Winner

 

The first ever National Viral Hepatitis Poster Contest was held April–May 2008 and sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Viral Hepatitis and the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable. Judges consisted of representatives from state health departments, community organizations, a public relations agency, partner organizations, and CDC. Entries were received from the general public and offered creative approaches to raising awareness about viral hepatitis. A special thanks to everyone who submitted a poster contest entry. The winning entries are shown below.
 

Grand Prize Winner

Artist: Lyndsey Crum - Denver, CO

My Degrees of Hep C poster

 

Category 1: General Hepatitis Awareness

Category Winner
Artist: Therese Mushock - Atlanta, GA
 Poster with a title, "You could have hepatitis and not even know it could kill you."

 

 

Honorable Mention
Artist: (Gong) Suphawat Tanyakorndilok
 Milwaukee, WI

 Poster titled, "BE AWARE - Virla Hepatitis is a serious public health problem."

 

Category 2: Hepatitis B Awareness

Category Winner
Artist: Kayla Langhans - Colfax, WI
 Poster with woman revealing large beautiful tatoo on her back.  Title is "Considering having some needle work done? The Hepatitis B Vaccination.  It could change your life."  

 

Honorable Mention #1
Artist: Therese Mushock - Atlanta, GA
 Poster titled, "You could have hepatitis b and not even know it."
 


Honorable Mention #2
Artist: Blair Bowden - South Bend, IN
Poster titled, "Rouchly 8% of the asian population are infected with hepatitis B".
 

 

Category 3: Hepatitis C Awareness

Category Winner
Artist: Therese Mushock - Atlanta, GA
 Poster titled, "You could have hepatitis C and not even know it is a silent killer."  

 

Honorable Mention
Artist: Andrea Glover - Charleston, SC
 Poster titled, "No Liver, no life."


Thanks to the following judges for their assistance in selecting the winning entries:

Bruce Burkett, National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable
Teresa Carrillo, Family Health Centers of San Diego
Erica Chapman, Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator, Indiana
Lisa Gilbert, American Social Health Association
Steve Graham, National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable
Kim Kirkey, Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator, Michigan
Heather Lusk, Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator, Hawaii
Bruce Maeder, Seattle STD/HIV Prevention Training Center
Dennis Simon, National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable

Disclaimer
Information found on these posters reflects the entries of contest participants. The views and opinions of these artists and organizations are not necessarily those of CDC or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). These posters are in the process of undergoing CDC review and may be updated with new information and appropriate governmental logos before they are widely available to the public.

 

 
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