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Care of a person who has been strangled (information in several languages)

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Yarrow Place, October 2020 Youth and Women’s Safety and Wellbeing Division are very pleased to announce the completion of a range of strangulation pamphlets designed for both the consumer and the service provider. We know strangulation is a common form of assault in the context of domestic and family violence and sexual assault, so these pamphlets have been designed to guide non-medical service...

Online training: Hepatitis C in Primary Care

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ASHM, August 2020 This training aims to provide participants with the knowledge and confidence to pursue the management of HCV in their primary care setting. Primary care providers can play a critical role in the elimination of hepatitis C in Australia by 2030. This workshop will provide an overview of the management of HCV in primary care settings, including case finding, testing, patient...

Medical Board releases new guidelines for practitioners and students on blood-borne viruses

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Medical Board of Australia, 23 Jun 2020 The Medical Board of Australia is encouraging practitioners and students to review the new Guidelines for registered health practitioners and students in relation to blood-borne viruses before they take effect on 6 July 2020. The Board’s guidelines are for practitioners and students who perform exposure-prone procedures and registered health practitioners...

Hepatitis C Virus – for GPs, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals

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Sonder, October 2018 In this education session, presenters Dr Dep Huynh, Ms Margery Milner and Mr Jeff Stewart will provide attendees with an update on the risk factors associated with Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) and the management options available. The presenters will also provide information on liver cirrhosis tests and how to choose and initiate the most appropriate HCV treatment for patients...

Indigenous Risk Impact Screen Training – Upcoming Dates

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Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA), August 2018 DASSA’s Aboriginal Workforce Development team would like to invite you to attend the 2-day Indigenous Risk Impact Screen training workshop. The Indigenous Risk Impact Screen is a validated culturally appropriate and widely used tool for screening substance use and mental disorders in Aboriginal clients. It has been developed in...

Recognise and Respond to Disclosures of Rape and Sexual Assault -1 Day Training

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Women’s and Children’s Health Network, June 2018 This training is designed for workers in all areas of human services and health care. The focus will be on providing knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to provide appropriate trauma informed response to adults who have been raped or sexually assaulted. This involves an understanding of the context in which rape and sexual assault occurs;...

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