The one-day symposium will give an update on the current management of chronic Hepatitis B and C.
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The Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference is the leading multidisciplinary Viral Hepatitis conference in Australasia. The conference is held biennially and was most recently held in Alice Springs 2014, Auckland 2012 and in Melbourne 2010.
The Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference attracts a large range of delegates including Viral Hepatitis Specialists, Gastroenterologists, Physicians, General Practitioners, Addiction Medicine specialists, Drug and Alcohol Workers, Nurses, Social Workers, Community Workers, Educators, Pharmaceutical Company Representatives, Basic Scientists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Researchers, National/State & Territory Government Agency Personnel, Non-Government Organisations Personnel, Regional/Area Health Authority Personnel, People Living with Viral Hepatitis.
There has never been a more exciting time to attend the Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference with major changes happening in the sector to learn about and share with colleagues, so don’t miss out.
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The leading International conference focused on the management of hepatitis among substance users. In 2015 INHSU decided to move to an annual symposium to keep pace with the rapid development of new therapies and exciting new research on HCV care among people who inject drugs.
Abstract submission is now open. Submit your abstract before Friday 22 April 2016.
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World Hepatitis Day is one of only eight designated health days endorsed by the World Health Organization as mandated by the World Health Assembly. Over 400 million people worldwide are living with hepatitis B or C. Every year, 1.4 million people die from viral hepatitis. With better awareness, understanding and management many of these deaths can be prevented.
Keep an eye on our website for more information as we get closer to WHD 2016
The theme for the 2016 conference is ‘Navigating the Future – Opportunities through Engagement’. The conference will explore the future health promotion response to viral hepatitis in Australia and look at how the sector workforce can maximise engagement and support people affected by viral hepatitis.
New insights into hepatitis B: Understanding the social and cultural experiences of people affected by hepatitis B.
New insights into hepatitis B: Understanding the social and cultural experiences of people affected by hepatitis B. This workshop is a collaboration with Cancer Council Victoria and Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS)
There are limited places for this workshop which is a satellite event of the National Hepatitis Health Promotion Conference.