Become a hepatitis B s100 prescriber to manage and treat chronic hepatitis B in primary care settings.
This course provides Medical Practitioners and Nurse Practitioners with comprehensive training in the science of hepatitis B (HBV), current pharmacology, monitoring and treatment, and the complicating factors surrounding HBV management.
Upon successful completion of this training and the associated case assessment, eligible participants may apply to the relevant state departments of health for authority to prescribe Section 100 (s100) drugs for the management of HBV in Australia.
Date: 31 March, 2023
Time: 9:00am – 4:30pm (ACST)
Location: 32 Priest ST, Ciccone, Alice Springs
This course will be presented as a mix of self-paced and live facilitated learning, providing attendees an opportunity to discuss and practice strategies with peers and specialists. This is comprised of:
Presentations and case discussions will be delivered by specialists and primary care providers with expertise in hepatitis B.
Total expected time to complete all components = 9-11 hours
Through online learning and virtual teaching, participants will learn to:
General Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Aboriginal Health Practitioners.
Endorsement and CPD:
RACGP and ACRRM 2023-2025 accreditation pending. This course and associated activities are accredited by the ACNP for professional development.
This activity is funded by the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress. This course is open to GPs, Remote Medical Practitioners, Nurses, and Aboriginal Health Practitioners who practice in the NT, NPY or APY lands.
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