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    Looking to the Future of NSP and Harm Minimisation Programs

    Hepatitis C; Other; HIV; Hepatitis B |
    eLearning |
    Allied Health; GPs; Nurses; Prescribers; Students Trainees |
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    Presenting research conducted by the Centre for Social Research in Health in partnership with a harm minimisation program and NSP network in NSW, this webinar will outline some of the key policies and guidelines that shape current NSP provision. 

    In addition, issues such as the demands on the NSP workforce, opportunities for further hepatitis C prevention in the NSP setting, ways in which to consider the range of clients' needs and client preferences in accessing NSP services will also be explored.

    Target audience: : Health service providers and policy makers interested in both drug and alcohol and NSP service provision.

    CPD: Equivalent to 1 hour of CPD. There is no HCV CPD for this webinar. 

    Type: Webinar (2014)

    Funded by: NSW Health ​​

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