Progress and achievements: Key projects evaluated

February 20, 2020

Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL®
welcomes four detailed evaluation reports prepared by the Australian
Institute for Primary Care & Ageing at La Trobe University, focused on the following
four projects:

The reports reveal the
breadth, depth and creativity of the work that Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL® is
doing in communities throughout Victoria, touching thousands of people with the
goal of raising awareness about the need to tackle viral hepatitis and liver
disease more broadly.

Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL®
CEO Melanie Eagle said she was delighted with the reports which showcase the innovation and dedication of the organisation’s staff and volunteers.

“At Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL® we reflect
on our work and seek to continually improve, so we commissioned the Australian
Institute for Primary Care & Ageing at La Trobe University to evaluate
these projects.

President Frank Carlus agreed by emphasing that “affected communities are at the heart
of our work and we strive to be transparent around demonstrating the positive changes
we have been able to make for them through the work that we do,” she said.

Further links

Read evaluation reports

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