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Webinar NSW

September 20, 2017

12:30 PM to 1:15 PM

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WEBINAR: Update in Hepatitis B for Primary Health Care Nurses_Part 2

Hepatitis B |
1/2 Day Course |
ASHM Members; Nurses |
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NSW |
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This webinar will be presented by Jacqui Richmond, Hepatology CNC, Melbourne VIC, and will cover the following topics:

- Monitoring

- Treatment

- Role of the nurse

 

 

You can attend this webinar even if you missed the first part.

The session will also be recorded and uploaded online for nurses to view at convenience.

To register, please CLICK HERE TO REGISTER, or send an email to Sam.Hoang@ashm.org.au with the title 'Webinar Update in Hepatitis B for Primary Health Care Nurses_Part 2. Should you have any other enquiries, please contact 02 8204 0740.

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