Cr Richard Lim and a team of Khmer Community members came together to create a video on 'Hep B and the Need for Awareness' with the aim of raising awareness about hepatitis B and eliminating stigma and discrimination in the community.
The Hep C Rap, which was self-produced by LiverWELL aims to make education on hepatitis C more accessible to young people and older rap fans alike.
Let's take action! World Hepatitis Day on 28 July marks a global day of action to raise awareness about hepatitis and its impact on millions of people.
Ahead of the upcoming White Paper Launch webinar on 18 July 2023, APAC are excited to share a sneak peek of the White Paper in the form of a summary and an infographic.
Your liver will always thank you for cutting down alcohol, but there is no better time than July. Dry July encourages us to go alcohol-free in July for our health, and for a good cause - to raise funds for people affected by cancer.
My name is Debbie Berkoh, and I am in my 3rd year of Uni. I am studying Health Science at Deakin University.
National NAIDOC Week, celebrated across Australia in the first week of July each year, pays respect and recognises the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
For over 30 years, LiverWELL has been supporting better liver health for Australians. With a vision of liver health for all, we work to support those with liver conditions and reduce the impact of liver disease and viral hepatitis.
Read about our impact across the past year in our new Impact brochure.
The National Hepatitis B and C Strategies 2023-2030 have been released for public consultation by the Department of Health and Aged Care. These Strategies set the national policy framework to achieve the 2030 viral hepatitis elimination goals.
Fatty liver disease, recognised as an invisible epidemic, and its more advanced form, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), affects more than 115 million people around the world
ClinTrial Refer is an online search tool that provides a directory of clinical trials. They have partnered with the Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA) to communicate current clinical trials for Gastroenterology and Hepatology trials in Australia.