We are continually collecting relevant online COVID-19 resources to add to our catalogue.
Below are examples of some recently added - but we are updating on a regular basis.
You can narrow down the results from links on the left hand side (by author, topic, format, etc).
Aust Society for HIV, Viral Hep & Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM), Sydney, 2020. Website
Taskforce structure and terms of reference plus links to major state, territory and international resources/organisations.
Kirby Institute, Sydney, 2020. Video: 1.08.58 hr
Prof. R MacIntyre focuses on epidemiology, pillars of public health disease control, health workers as high-risk group, and emerging evidence around asymptomatic and aerosol transmission. Also discusses: lockdown, social distancing, schools, universal face mask use and herd immunity myth.
Hepatitis SA (HepSAy Blog), Adelaide, 2020. 4p.
Outlines the specific risks and care/treatment options for people with hepatitis B or C. Includes links to major COVID-19 related websites.
Hepatitis Victoria, Melbourne, 2020. 2p.
General information about COVID and also how it may affect those who are immunosuppressed or immunocompromised.
Harm Reduction Victoria, Melbourne, 2020. Webpage
Advice and clinical guidance (Vic) related to working in the Medically Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence sector during COVID-19 ( takeaway doses, 3rd party collection, Suboxone prescribing cap etc.)
Harm Reduction Victoria, Melbourne, 2020. 4p.
Information about different services that may be available from pharmacists and GPs in order to minimise risks around COVID transmission (e.g. longer scripts, more takeaways etc.). Scroll 1/2 way down page for info.
National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), Canberra, 2020. Webpages
Information and links to a range of resources for Aboriginal communities developed by NACCHO and others - clinical resources, remote area travel restrictions, medication info, NACCHO communiques etc.
Canberra Aust Govt Dept of Health 2020. 43p.
Key issues to underpin all engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, inc a guide for health care professionals for preparing communities and developing local operational plans.
Aust Federation of AIDS Organisations, Sydney, 2020. Webpages
Local and international information on the impact of COVID-19 on AFAO’s communities, inc. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander; trans, gender diverse and non-binary; sex workers; people who use drugs etc.
Hepatitis SA, Adelaide, 2020. Webpage
Collection of COVID-19 resources from the Federal Department of Health, SA Health, and SBS in languages other than English.
ASHM COVID-19 Taskforce, Sydney, 2020. Webpage
Relevant information for clinicians and other healthcare providers to optimise health and wellbeing of people incarcerated in criminal justice settings during COVID-19 pandemic.
ACON, Sydney, 2020. 3p
Will is a gay man who is 35 years old, he identifies as a person who injects drugs. We spoke with Will about how he’s managing lifestyle changes at the moment, including changes to how he usually socialises and uses drugs.
Hepatitis SA (HepSAy Blog), Adelaide, 2020. 3p.
Coronavirus has revived old anxieties for Elle. Anxieties she had lived with for decades and of which she was relieved when her hepatitis C was cured in 2016. She shares her “corona experience”.
Hepatitis Queensland, Brisbane, 2019. Video 1.56 mins
Do you know how clean your hands really? This video puts handwashing to the test with the use of a UV light and Glitterbug solution.
Thorne Harbour Health, Melbourne, 2020. 3p. factsheet
"While COVID-19 isn't a sexually transmitted infection, we've had a lot of questions from the community about how coronavirus may impact the way we hook up."
MD Magazine, Plainsboro NJ, 2020. 2p.
Explains how addressing the anxiety and fear healthcare personnel are currently facing could help maximize care, despite the unusually high volume of patients requiring critical care. Contains link to JAMA source article.
Aust Society for HIV, Viral Hep & Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM), Sydney, 2020. 6p.
Provides available, relevant information to clinicians and other healthcare providers to optimise the health and wellbeing of people living with chronic hep B during the COVID-19. Revised regularly.
Aust Society for HIV, Viral Hep & Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM), Sydney, 2020. 7p.
Provides available, relevant information to clinicians and other healthcare providers to optimise the health and wellbeing of people living with hepatitis C or cirrhosis +/- HCC during the COVID-19 pandemic. Revised regularly.
For enquiries or feedback, please contact the librarian at Librarian@hepatitissa.asn.au.
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