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Preparing patients for Interferon-free Treatment for Hepatitis C in Drug and Alcohol Settings

 

Overview

This workshop is an opportunity for those working in the alcohol and other drug (AOD) sector to up-skill in managing patients with hepatitis C.

Medical staff in AOD settings play an important role in improving the health outcomes of people living with hepatitis C, and can reduce a patient's risk of developing advanced liver disease through early diagnosis, evaluation and assessment of liver disease severity, appropriate management of co-morbidities and treatment with newly available drug regimes.

Learning outcomes for the workshop will include:

This workshop has been developed with input from drug and alcohol clinicians, hepatology specialists and community members affected by hepatitis.

Please note that the workshop is free to attend, but registration is essential.

Contacts

Natalie Huska
ASHM
Ph: (02) 8204 0740
Email: natalie.huska@ashm.org.au

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Last updated: 20 October 2016
 
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