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    Blood-Borne Viruses: A Resource for Professional Interpreters and Translators

    Hepatitis B; Hepatitis C; HIV |
    Booklet |
    Allied Health; Nurses; Students Trainees |
    CALD; People Living With BBV |
    ACT; NSW; NT; QLD; SA; TAS; VIC; WA |

    This resource was developed for Professional Interpreters and Translators who work in a range of health care settings. The first part of the booklet gives basic information common to all three viruses, the risks of infection and how to prevent the spread of the viruses. The second part of the booklet gives more detailed information about each virus.

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