Past Event

Attention community health professionals – it’s time to update your knowledge of viral hepatitis!

Event date
27 March 10-12pm

Be The Change – HEPReady Essentials Workshop

LiverWELL and St Vincent’s Hospital have collaborated to bring you a custom HEPReady Essentials workshop, which integrates community healthcare knowledge and a clinical perspective into viral hepatitis. The workshop focuses on essential factors of viral hepatitis, as well as how to best care for clients living with viral hepatitis. There will also be an opportunity to hear from someone who has lived experience of viral hepatitis, which will improve your understanding of our client’s experience.

We invite you to be a part of the change.


What is HEPReady Essentials?

HEPReady is for health professionals wanting a comprehensive overview of viral hepatitis.

Why is HEPReady important?

We help to build knowledge about and take the fear away from viral hepatitis

Who have we helped?

HEPReady has helped more than 2000 health professionals update and improve their understanding of viral hepatitis.

What’s changed this time?

We have collaborated with St Vincent’s Hospital to provide insight into clinical perspectives for patients with viral hepatitis.

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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands where we work - the lands of the Woi-Wurrung Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We express our gratitude to them for their continued care and curation of these lands and waters. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.

LiverWELL observes and honours the Kulin Nation's intrinsic connection to land, sky and water, and the creator Bunjil. LiverWELL is committed to being led and informed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders on bridging health outcomes for communities and improving liver health.