Education and Training

Viral Hepatitis Education

A range of education is provided to health care professionals in Victoria; nurses, midwives, GPs, allied health, health students, aged care, Indigenous health, mental health, community health, dentists, pharmacists, Needle & Syringe Program, AOD workers.

Hepatitis C Update 2018

Hepatitis B Made Easy 2018

For more information contact Gabrielle Bennett on Tel: (03) 9231 3586 or email: gabrielle.bennett@svha.org.au


Upcoming Symposia

25th National Symposium on Hepatitis B & C: Saturday 17 November 2018 

Australian Catholic University, Mary Glowery Building. 115 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy VIC 3065.

The Department of Gastroenterology, St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne invites GPs, general gastroenterologists, ID physicians, nurses, scientists and community advocates with an interest in treating people with viral hepatitis to our annual update on the current management of chronic Hepatitis B & C. It includes lectures, panel discussions and interactive cases discussing the latest knowledge of how to treat HCV and HBV in primary and tertiary care settings.

International speaker: Professor Mark Sulkowski, Medical Director, Viral Hepatitis Centre, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA.

Registrations open now!

Doctors*: Early Bird registration available to 12/10/2018: $200.00

Late Bird registration 13/10/2018 to close on 4pm 10/11/2018: $250.00

Nurses & Community Advocates: $100.00

*GP registration includes complimentary registration for one practice nurse. To activate complimentary nurse registration, please contact Beverly Cooper, Meeting Administrator (03) 9231 3581 or beverly.cooper@svha.org.au

For the flyer with program click here, and more information and to register, click here.


11th IBD Symposium 2019

Dates to be confirmed - program is currently being finalised

For more information on upcoming symposia:         

Beverly Cooper

Tel: (03) 9231 3581

beverly.cooper@svha.org.au


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