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What ASHM does in Hepatitis B

 ASHM supports its members and sector partners to generate knowledge and action in clinical management, research, education, policy and advocacy for hepatitis B.

As a peak organisation, we:

      • Develop the national hepatitis B testing policy
      • Run a comprehensive  prescriber program of training, support and accreditation for primary care providers who manage hepatitis B
      • Provide ongoing clinical training and education, including courses and conferences
      • Create specialised resources for the hepatitis B workforce, such as clinical texts and booklets, websites, decision-making tools, patient fact sheets, and more.


 Hepatitis B News

 

 

ASHM enters relationship with The Journal for Virus Eradicationhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/ASHM-enters-relationship-with-The-Journal-for-Virus-Eradication.aspxASHM enters relationship with The Journal for Virus Eradication11/05/2017 2:00:00 PMASHM encourage our ASHM members to increase the The Journal of Virus Eradication's readership, which will help to support this open-access publication that is free of charge to authors. Please take the time to look at the Journal and submit your work.
Deadly Sex Congress 2016http://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/Deadly-Sex-Congress-2016.aspxDeadly Sex Congress 201614/09/2016 2:00:00 PMThe Deadly Sex Congress is an annual forum for Indigenous Sexual Health Workers from across Queensland to update their knowledge, build workforce capacity and share their stories. The congress is run this year in Brisbane from 19-20 October 2016.

  Hepatitis B Events

 

 

 Hepatitis B Training

 

 

Strengthening Testing and Management in Primary Care: Update in HIV & STI Testing, and Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Diagnosis and Managementhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01786-6N5A.aspxStrengthening Testing and Management in Primary Care: Update in HIV & STI Testing, and Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Diagnosis and Management24/05/2017 11:59:00 AMQLDThis dinner update will provide clinical staff with an opportunity to improve testing and management of Blood Borne Viruses (BBVs) and STIs in the rural and remote primary care setting.Public Training
Viral Hepatitis Case Discussion: Hepatitis B and Chttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01845-SDAW.aspxViral Hepatitis Case Discussion: Hepatitis B and C14/06/2017 11:59:00 AMSAViral Hepatitis Interactive Case Discussion Evening for clinicians interested in HBV and HCV patient managementPublic Training
Hepatitis B and C Management in Primary care – Albury Wodongahttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01843-QBL0.aspxHepatitis B and C Management in Primary care – Albury Wodonga8/06/2017 11:59:00 AMNSWIntroductory level for Viral Hepatitis management in primary carePublic Training
Hepatitis B Nursing: Advanced Management and Carehttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01828-KJV3.aspxHepatitis B Nursing: Advanced Management and Care15/06/2017 11:59:00 AMNSWASHM invites all nurses with hepatology experience to register for Hepatitis B Nursing: Advanced Management and Care.Public Training
Update in Hepatitis B for Primary Care Practitioners who see people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgroundhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01801-JKRA.aspxUpdate in Hepatitis B for Primary Care Practitioners who see people from culturally and linguistically diverse background24/05/2017 11:59:00 AMWAThere are an estimated 24,794 people living with chronic hepatitis B in Western Australia.Public Training

 Hepatitis B Resources

 

 

2015 Third National Hepatitis B Mapping Reporthttp://www.ashm.org.au/resources/Pages/978-1-921850-26-4.aspx2015 Third National Hepatitis B Mapping ReportGP0|#d42dd495-5b19-42d7-8a04-0b1e1d76e4a2;L0|#0d42dd495-5b19-42d7-8a04-0b1e1d76e4a2|Report;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec28/09/2016 4:00:00 AMThe Third National Hepatitis B Mapping Project Report contains updated estimates for 2014/2015 on the prevalence, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of hepatitis B at the Primary Health Network level.
Decision Making in Viral Hepatitis Related Advanced Liver Diseasehttp://www.ashm.org.au/resources/Pages/978-1-920773-41-0.aspxDecision Making in Viral Hepatitis Related Advanced Liver DiseaseGP0|#9ac742b4-1677-49fd-9f7a-c0e73d2957b5;L0|#09ac742b4-1677-49fd-9f7a-c0e73d2957b5|Decision Making Tool;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec24/02/2016 2:00:00 AMThis two-page quick reference guide assists health professionals to evaluate patients for viral hepatitis related advanced liver disease and provides an overview of the management of compensated and decompensated cirrhosis.
Communicare User Manual: Viral Hepatitishttp://www.ashm.org.au/resources/Pages/9-781921850233.aspxCommunicare User Manual: Viral Hepatitis6/10/2015 2:00:00 AMThis manual provides step by step details for implementation of best practice within Communicare, and aims to standardise viral hepatitis management across ACCHSs nationally.
Communicare Administrator Manual: Viral Hepatitishttp://www.ashm.org.au/resources/Pages/9-781921850233-201511102337286465.aspxCommunicare Administrator Manual: Viral Hepatitis6/10/2015 2:00:00 AMThis manual provides a step-by-step to guide for Communicare Administrators to follow.
Hepatitis B: Your Crucial Role as a Primary Health Care Nursehttp://www.ashm.org.au/resources/Pages/1-920773-40-1.aspxHepatitis B: Your Crucial Role as a Primary Health Care NurseGP0|#dcb5bb65-47fe-4de8-bef4-63504a92e3d3;L0|#0dcb5bb65-47fe-4de8-bef4-63504a92e3d3|Booklet;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec20/09/2015 4:00:00 AMThis resource provides information about how PHCNs working in the general practice setting can incorporate hepatitis B care into their existing role.

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