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Register Now for HEPReady Essentials

Event date
October 31, 2023

HEPReady® Essentials is designed for health and community workers who are seeking an overview of viral hepatitis and liver health, or wanting to update their knowledge. This session will run for approximately two and a half hours (with a ten-minute break) and features a powerful personal account from a lived experience speaker. It will also help you gain valuable insight into privacy and disclosure requirements associated with viral hepatitis.

Date: 31 October
Time: 10 am to 12:30 pm

What will be covered:

  • Functions of the liver
  • Viral hepatitis and disease progression
  • Hepatitis A, B and C : prevalence, transmission, risky behaviour, testing and treatment
  • Personal insights from a lived experience speaker
  • Stigma and discrimination
  • COVID-19 and liver health
  • Case studies.

Attendees will also be given access to our online learning portal equipped with exclusive Essentials educational resources.

The training is free, however, if you wish to receive a certificate endorsed by the Australian Primary Healthcare Nurses Association (APNA), $60 (including GST) will be charged.
Invoices will be emailed to businesses/individuals.

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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.