ASHM Free Webinar – C The Whole Story: Hepatitis C in Housing & Homelessness, Mental Health & AOD Settings
Join ASHM online to learn about innovative approaches to hepatitis C care in priority settings
Listen to a range of expert presenters and connect with health professionals, sector leaders, and people with lived or living experience and discover innovative approaches to hepatitis C care across housing and homelessness, mental health, and alcohol and other drugs (AOD) services settings. Participate in facilitated breakout sessions.
Check out the program here.
This webinar features a range of dynamic presenters including:
- Dr Annie Madden, Executive Director, Harm Reduction Australia
- Jane Dicka, Health Promotion and DOPE Coordinator, HRVic
- Sally Watkinson, Nurse Practitioner, Royal Melbourne Hospital
- Dr Daniel Hunt, Deputy Medical Director, Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service
- Speakers with lived/living experience
Who should attend?
This webinar is open to all health professionals and community organisations. A foundational understanding of hepatitis C is assumed knowledge.
For attendees seeking to develop this knowledge, the following short set of modules (30-45 mins) is recommended to be completed in advance: Clinical Foundations of Hepatitis C
After this session, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the unique challenges faced by individuals living with hepatitis C in housing and homelessness, mental health and AOD settings.
- Examine innovative approaches and best practices that have been implemented in different regions of Australia.
- Describe the needs of individuals living with hepatitis C in housing and homelessness, mental health and AOD settings.
- Incorporate learnings to work with services and people who access them to reorient/reimagine current models of care for individuals living with hepatitis C in housing and homelessness, mental health, and AOD settings.
Please contact ASHM directly using the contact details provided below.
For further information, please contact our PSO Curtis Micallef on email@example.com or 0411 536 478.
This event is supported by an unconditional education grant from Gilead Sciences. Sponsorship is governed by ASHM’s Sponsorship Policy and the sponsor has no input into the content, tone, emphasis, allocation of funds or selection of recipients. ASHM does not endorse or promote any sponsor’s product or service.