Hepatitis B and C Management in Primary Care

  • 22 May 2019
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Austin Hospital, Austin Doyle or Level 4 Lecture Theatre, Education Precinct, Austin Tower

Registrations are essential - please register online via the link http://www.nwmphn.org.au/events or call 9347 1188.
This course has been approved for 4 RACGP Category 2 points

This seminar is on “Hepatitis B and C management in Primary Care” at the Austin Doyle Lecture Theatre, Level 4 Austin Tower, Austin Hospital.  Thanks to our ACMAV member, Dr Christopher Leung, ACMAV has partnered with VHHITAL (a Department of Health and Human Services funded program delivered by North Western Primary Health Network, and Primary Health Network Eastern Melbourne), Hepatitis Victoria and The Chinese Health Promotion Coalition (chaired by Marion Lau, Ethnic Communities Council, People of Australia Ambassador, Order of Australia and previous Victorian Multicultural Commissioner). Experience live fibroscan demonstrations (including experiencing having one first hand) and learn how to tackle this rising epidemic in our Chinese community!

Primarily aimed at a GP audience, the breadth and depth on this program means it also has relevance to all clinicians including medical staff, nurses and allied health practitioners such as pharmacists are invited!

Thanks to:

  • Allison Burgess, Acting Program Manager, VHHITAL
  • Susan Campfield (Hepatitis Nurse who will perform live fibroscan demonstrations on the night)
  • Dr Chris Leung (Hepatologist and ACMAV and Chinese Health Promotion Coalition Committee Member)
  • Dr Jo Grace (Hepatologist)

The General Practice Seminars with multiple learning points!

We will cover topics most practical to those working in the primary care setting including: at risk populations, modes of transmission, and management (including risk assessment, screening, testing, diagnosis, and suitability and preparation for treatment). Come and listen to the latest frontiers!


Australian Chinese Medical Association of Victoria and ACMAV Health Promotion Trust

Tel 03 9899 6380
Fax 03 9899 6389
office@acmav.org
ABN 34 112 890 590

Postal Address
PO Box 2064
Hotham Hill
VIC 3051
Australia

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