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Archive of hepatitis-related poster presentations from Australian conferences

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Hepatitis NSW, July 2022 Poster presentations have become a major feature of the Australian Viral Hepatitis conference landscape over the last several years. In that time, Hepatitis NSW has produced many detailed posters to inform delegates from across the country about our work and projects. But why should conference delegates have all the fun? To make these documents available to everyone we...

Hepatitis C In Drug And Alcohol Settings – National Course – Free Online Training

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ASHM, July 2022 This free online training aims to provide participants with the knowledge and confidence to increase the management of HCV in alcohol and other drug settings. People who inject drugs represent approximately 90% of newly acquired hepatitis C (HCV) infections. This course aims to provide addiction physicians, general practitioners, nurse practitioners, and other practitioners...

Hepatitis C In NSP Settings: free training

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ASHM, June 2022 This free training aims to provide participants with the confidence to initiate conversations around hepatitis C in the needle and syringe program (NSP) setting. Frontline workers in NSP settings have a crucial and unique role to play in eliminating hepatitis C. Every day you’re talking to people who might be living with hepatitis C, and in these conversations you can support...

W3 Framework: Understanding, demonstrating, and improving the impact of peer work in public health

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Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS), La Trobe University, June 2022 The W3 Project (funded by the Australian Government Department of Health) is a collaboration between researchers from ARCSHS and peer researchers from community organisations working in Australia’s public health response to HIV and hepatitis C.  The W3 Framework is a systems map that shows how...

Factors associated with group sex in heterosexual males and females attending a sexual health clinic in Melbourne

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Constantinou Heidi, Fairley Christopher K., Bradshaw Catriona S., Choi Edmond P. H., Maddaford Kate, Phillips Tiffany R., Chow Eric P. F. (2022) Factors associated with group sex in heterosexual males and females attending a sexual health clinic in Melbourne, Australia: a cross-sectional survey. Sexual Health 19, 39-45. Abstract: Background: There have been limited studies of group sex among...

Syphilis Is Still Out There: What Clinicians Need to Know

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SHINE SA, Posted on November 25, 2021 An ongoing infectious syphilis outbreak has spread across Australia’s states and territories leading to an endemic level in some areas. The outbreak was first reported among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in rural and remote northern Australia in 2011. Clinicians are now encouraged to have a high clinical suspicion for syphilis in all population...

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