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Hepatitis C in Drug and Alcohol Settings Education Program

 

Overview

The session is designed to give participants the confidence, knowledge and clinical decision-making skills to be able to prescribe new direct acting antiviral therapy for the treatment of hepatitis C infection, either independently or in collaboration with a specialist as appropriate.

This session has been developed in collaboration with drug and alcohol clinicians, hepatology specialists, general practitioners, nurses and representatives from drug user community organisations. The session is best suited to:

The three parts to the session are:

There is no registration fee, and morning tea and lunch will be provided for participants.

The session is hosted by the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM), in collaboration with The Kirby Institute and the University of New South Wales.

Please note this session is not Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specific.

Contacts

Natalie Huska
Project Support Officer
ASHM
Ph: (02) 8204 0784
Email: Natalie.huska@ashm.org.au

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Last updated: 2 May 2017
 
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