This webinar covers both the clinical aspects of viral hepatitis and liver health (including new treatments), stigma and discrimination, a lived experience and how to conduct a sensitive conversation with clients.
The COVID-19 vaccine is starting to roll out in Australia and will soon be available more broadly. Those of you living with liver disease or viral hepatitis may be wondering whether there is specific information you need to be aware of, or if the vaccine is safe for you.
This week is the five-year anniversary of a breakthrough in hepatitis C treatments, when new, affordable and highly effective treatments became available through the PBS.
Congratulations go to our Volunteer of the Month Preeti Kataria.
I grew up with my sister who suffered from autoimmune liver disease, and helped care for my sister and always wanted to do more to help other people with liver disease
On World Cancer Day let’s commit to reducing liver cancer - Australia’s fastest growing cause of cancer death
O'liver stars in a series of animations promoting living well and awareness of liver health.
When Ayanda visited the Nurse she was concerned her child may be exposed to hepatitis B.
We talk to Steve Allsop about the changing perceptions around drug law in Australia, what this could look like and what is important to take into consideration.
Jules Cassidy has been an advocate for viral hepatitis, harm reduction, and mental health for decades.
Steven talks about his lived experience of acquiring hepatitis C through the healthcare system and successfully undergoing interferon treatment some years later.