“The Treating Hepatitis C in General Practice Forum is an excellent opportunity for General Practitioners to share their knowledge and experiences of curing hepatitis c in their communities. General Practitioners can present their clinical research, upskill on areas of treatment and share solutions which can then be applied back in their practices. It is always a practical and inspiring day, and I would strongly encourage any General Practitioner or interested General Practitioner registrar to be a part of the Forum” – Dr Nada Andric, chair of the GP Advisory Panel
This one-day forum brings together General Practitioners from around Australia to discuss their experiences, strategies for success and innovative models of care for the treatment of people living with hepatitis C in a range of primary care and priority settings.
Please click here for the flyer with more information
Forum date: Saturday 29 May 2021
Location: Online via Events Air
Cost: FREE to GPs practicing in Australia
Registration: click here
ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN
ASHM encourages all General Practitioners to submit an abstract to present on their experience treating hepatitis C in primary care. Abstract submissions from GPs who are new to this area are strongly encouraged.
Priority will be given to applicants who:
- GPs without or limited experience in treating hepatitis C
- Practice in areas of high hepatitis C prevalence
- Practice in regional and remote areas
- Practice in priority settings
- Have not attended a viral hepatitis conference in Australia before
Download the abstract guidelines here
Submit your abstract here
Abstract submission deadline: Sunday 28 March 2021 (5pm AEST).
ASHM and the Kirby Institute are offering limited scholarships for General Practitioners (GPs) who submit an abstract to attend the 12th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference taking place between 30 May to 1 June 2021. You will be notified after the deadline if you are awarded a scholarship and whether you would prefer to attend the conference in-person or virtually.