Professional Development

Free Darwin Workshop- Managing Hepatitis B for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce

Free Darwin Workshop- Managing Hepatitis B for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce

ASHM is delivering free face-to-face training for the Aboriginal Health Workforce on Larrakia Country in Garramilla/Darwin.

ASHM invites NT Aboriginal Health Workers/Practitioners to a free workshop, at the George Brown Botanic Gardens, Event Centre, to learn more about the management of Hepatitis B in primary healthcare settings. Catering will be provided.

For those travelling to Darwin from remote locations, travel and accommodation scholarships are available.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce are vital partners in the path to viral hepatitis elimination. Join us in Larrakia country, Garamilla, Darwin and learn alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders and peers from around Australia. This interactive course will deepen your knowledge of hepatitis B management in community. Those interested in learning more about viral hepatitis are invited to join us at the 14th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference from 1-3 August 2024, at the Darwin Convention Centre.

Target Audience

  • Aboriginal Health Workers/Practitioners

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this training participants will be able to:

  1. Recall more about hepatitis B, how common hep B is, how it’s passed on and how to prevent getting hep B
  2. Understand your role in managing hepatitis B, including health promotion and health living

CPD

This is a NAATSIHWP accredited activity. AHPRA registered health practitioners receive 11 CPD points.

Questions

M: 0431 320 429
E:  hepbpast@menzies.edu.au

This activity is funded by Northern Territory of Australia Department of Health and ASHM.


Date

31 Jul 2024

Time

ACST
8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location

Event Centre, George Brown Botanic Gardens
The Gardens, Darwin

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