Last week our Health Promotion Officer Tepy Hoeung teamed up with SBS Khmer to record a podcast for the Cambodian community.
The Victorian Government has introduced legislation to make the Medically Supervised Injecting Room (MSIR) ongoing at its current location in North Richmond.
Health alert: the Department of Health have advised that two cases of hepatitis A have been linked to the Creatures of Habit cafe in Springvale.
LiverWELL this week announced the appointment of Elaine Montegriffo as CEO, following a period as Interim CEO since February.
LiverWELL Forum Albury Wodonga - An intersectional lens on viral hepatitis
Fatty liver disease (steatosis) is the build-up of excess fat in the liver cells, and is a common liver complaint. It affects about one in every four people.
On Wednesday 29 March LiverWELL staff attended an event focused on sexual and reproductive health.
When an autopsy was carried out after Ludwig van Beethoven’s death in 1827, his liver was found to be “beset with nodules the size of a bean”. Now researchers say the cause may not have been alcohol consumption alone, with a genetic analysis revealing the composer had hepatitis B.
LiverWELL supports the Government’s decision to make the North Richmond medically supervised injection room (MSIR) permanent, following an independent review and recommendations.
Students from all English levels across the western suburbs of Melbourne are practicing their English while learning about hepatitis in an engaging way - with hepatitis bingo.
Collaborations across the west of are bringing hepatitis B education to a broad range of people and communities.