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Pullman Cairns International

Cairns QLD

August 9, 2017

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

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Masterclass in Hepatitis C: What to do if DAA treatment does not result in SVR? (Online Enabled)

Hepatitis C |
1/2 Day Course |
Nurses; Prescribers; Specialists; GPs |
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QLD |
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Hepatitis C DAA treatments have a success rate of greater than 90%. However, a small proportion of patients will not be cured. This course will discuss treatment options for patients who experience resistance, relapse, treatment failure or treatment interruptions.

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The Masterclass is designed for GPs, specialists and nurses who have previous experience in the treatment of Hepatitis C. A high level of knowledge about hepatitis C is assumed.

This course supports the Queensland Hepatitis C Action Plan 2016-2021, specifically Priority Action 3.2 – Continue to support funded service providers to improve hepatitis C treatment uptake and adherence.


Course program:

6:00pm Resistance - Professor Scott Bowden

6:30pm Dinner

6:50pm Relapse - Professor Alex Thompson

7:30pm Treatment failure - Dr Peter Boyd

8:10pm Dessert

8:20pm Treatment interruption – does it matter? - Panel discussion chaired by Professor Gail Matthews

8:45pm Close


This course is also available as a webinar, please contact May.Wang@ashm.org.au for registration.

Learning methods: face to face; panel discussion.

Conditions of registration:

Registration Cancellations:

Registration cancellations and amendments must be notified in writing to ASHM. Cancellations received before Friday 4 August 2017 will not incur a cancellation fee. Cancellations received in writing after Friday 4 August 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

Please contact May Wang at 02 8204 0723 or may.wang@ashm.org.au for more course information.

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