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Public Training

When & Where

Multicultural Hub

Melbourne VIC

May 3, 2017

9:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Fee

0.00

Multicultural Health Workers supporting Hepatitis B: What you need to know

Hepatitis B |
1/2 Day Course |
ASHM Members |
CALD |
VIC |
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Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus. It can lead to liver damage and liver cancer. Many people who have the virus don’t know that they are infected and in many countries the most common way hepatitis B is passed on is from mother to baby at birth.

 

 

Please be advised that this course is still open for registrations, kindly click the following link to register:


http://www.ceh.org.au/training/

Learning Methods

The workshop will:

• Improve your knowledge and understanding of hepatitis B

• Increase your awareness of the impact of chronic hepatitis B on CALD communities

• Discuss your role in increasing awareness of hepatitis B among CALD communities

This course targets professionals who work in/with refugees and people of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background.

Registration Terms and Conditions

Registration Cancellations

Registration cancellations and amendments must be notified in writing to ASHM. Cancellations received before 27 April 2017 will not incur a cancellation fee. Cancellations received in writing after 27 April 2017 will incur a $70 per day cancellation fee. This fee may be waived in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of ASHM.

Substitutions

As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person without incurring any penalty. ASHM must be advised of the transfer in writing. Please email the name, position, phone and email address of the new delegate to education@ashm.org.au.

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