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    Sessions from the 9th Annual Viral Hepatitis Conference

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    Hepatitis B and C sessions from the leading multidisciplinary Viral Hepatitis conference in Australasia. Covers topics on viral hepatitis clinical care, epidemiology, public health and prevention.

    Target audience: General practitioners, nurses, infectious disease physicians, gastroenterologists, community Workers, educators, researchers, policy officers and health promotion staff.

    CPD: Community HCV and HBV s100 Prescribers will receive 1 HCV CPD point
    Type:  Videos (2014)
    Funded by: Australian Government Department of Health.  

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