Our team at ASHM, in partnership with INHSU, and along with the ID Crowd (our Instructional Designers) have won a LearnX award for “Best eLearning Project – Widespread Adoption” for our Hepatitis C in Primary Care and Drug and Alcohol Settings suite of internationally recognised e-Learning modules.
The Hepatitis C in Primary Care and Drug and Alcohol Settings e-Learning module was originally developed for Australia by ASHM and the Kirby Institute in 2017, and we have since adapted it for 10 additional countries in collaboration with INHSU – the International Network on Hepatitis and Substance Users.
Working with local in-country expert advisory committees, we have adapted the content so that it is specific and contextually appropriate for each country. The modules are then translated into the local language. We now have a set of 12 eLearning modules, with another 3 in development.
This has been a huge undertaking and a new venture for ASHM, so we’re proud to have this work recognized.
For maximum international reach, the modules are housed on the INHSU website – you can view the suite here.