Education and Training

Ask us about bespoke hepatitis B and hepatitis C training for your team or workplace!

  • Free interactive and evidence based workforce development can be provided in your workplace or online. We tailor the session to suit your learning needs and the audience.
  • Suitable for a range of health professionals throughout Victoria including; primary care, nurses, refugee health, midwives, GPs, allied health, health students, aged care, Aboriginal health workers, mental health, community health, dentists, pharmacists, Needle & Syringe Program and AOD workers.  
  • Funded by Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria.  


  • The fastest rising cause of cancer death is from liver cancer, primarily caused by untreated chronic hepatitis B & C. 
  • Understanding the need for long term management of hepatitis B and C is essential to reduce rapidly increasing rates of cirrhosis and liver cancer.  
  • Hep C treatments are curative, effective, taken for short duration and have few unwanted effects. Hep B treatments reduce the risk of liver cancer.   

See our viral hepatitis resources here.

For more information contact Mieken Grant (RN, MPH) 0407 865 140 or


Viral Hepatitis Education Training 2024

Liver and Viral Hepatitis webinar series 2024 (free recorded sessions)

In early 2024 the Victorian Viral Hepatitis Educator facilitated weekly lunchtime webinar sessions about all things liver disease and viral hepatitis. Over 11 weeks the best in the business, including St Vincents own Gastroenterologists and nurses plus lots of big brains in the viral hepatitis, alcohol & other drugs, data surveillance, HIV and harm reduction arenas, walked us through a topic in depth around viral hepatitis. Below are the recordings of most sessions - watch all 9 sessions for a great overview of liver disease and viral hepatitis or pick and choose sessions that suit your area of work or interest.

Hepatitis B Made Easy: Seminars 2024

Online webinars (1.5 hours) and face-to-face seminar (3 hours) for health, support and community workers who wish to learn the basics about hepatitis B and how best to talk about it.

  • Tuesday 14 May 2024 10:00 am – 11:30am ONLINE: Register here
  • Tuesday 30 July 2024 10:00 am – 13:00pm Face to Face: Register here
  • Monday 9 September 2024 10am - 11:30am ONLINE: Register here
  • Wednesday 27 November 2024 10:00am – 11:30am ONLINE: Register here

Bloody Serious Facts: May and November 2024

St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and Harm Reduction Victoria have partnered to provide interactive education workshops on hepatitis C, including diagnosis, treatments and strategies to increase awareness and support clients into health care.

Face to Face (highly encouraged) or Online: 2.5 hours. Click here for flyer with more information.


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