In the current COVID situation, until there are effective vaccines or treatments, the only effective safeguard we have is being careful in how we interact with others.
There are many reasons why we tell stories. We tell them to be heard, to pass on wisdom, to gain perspective and to document information that may be useful later.
Professor Dore led the first international hepatitis C therapy trials to include study populations of people who inject drugs.
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The Hepatitis SA education team is offering free online professional development on blood safety and viral hepatitis.
Australian hepatitis organisations have expressed concern that 2019 funding for hepatitis commitments in 2019 Health Budgets are yet to be released even as new funding was announced for the 2020 budget.
COVID-19 resources from the Federal Department of Health, SA Health, and SBS in languages other than English.
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Flinders University researchers are conducting a survey into the usefulness and acceptability of setting up a hepatitis B registry in South Australia.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Let's Go Viral quiz and draw. The winner is K. Hauxwell. If you haven't seen the quiz yet, you can still check it out here. There were 516 people who entered the quiz, with 340 entries for the bonus question. We hope you all enjoyed the quiz and learnt something useful for you and your family. Till next time!
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We are approaching the COVID-19 pandemic with an abundance of caution in line with the recommendations of health experts. Find out what this means for CNP clients.