How did COVID-19 impact your liver care

November 19, 2020

LiverWELL has launched a short survey to understand the impact of the pandemic on access to testing and treatment, and management of viral hepatitis and liver health generally during this time.

The survey will provide important insights into actual experiences, as well as feedback about how services could be improved  in disrupted times.

“We’re looking forward to learning more about the specific needs of people living with liver conditions and in turn how we can support them both now and into the future,” said Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL CEO Melanie Eagle.

Anyone with liver health concerns they are managing, or who supports someone in this situation, is encouraged to participate in the survey

Health care providers are also urged to encourage their patients to participate in the survey.  The more we know the more we can work to improve things.

COVID-19 Liver Health Survey: closes on 30 January 2021

All responses are anonymous, strictly confidential and only de-identified data will be reported.


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