2014 Cheryl Burman Award
The Hepatitis NSW Cheryl Burman Award is a new award is presented to a person, or group of people or an agency who show...
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Position vacant - Deputy Chief Executive
Hepatitis NSW is currently recruiting to the post of Deputy Chief Executive. This is a fantastic opportunity for a...
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HepCAustralasia online forum
Good news on the online peer forum. Memberships continue to grow and activity is at an all time high (measured by people's...
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Position vacant - Deputy Chief Executive

Added: 19 November 2014

Hepatitis NSW is currently recruiting to the post of Deputy Chief Executive. This is a fantastic opportunity for a strategic, innovate and dynamic senior manager to play a pivotal role in supporting the organisation through the next stage of our growth and development. These are exciting times for the organisation and for the hepatitis sector as we embark on a new era of prevention, treatment and care for people living with or affected by hepatitis. Click here to check out the job details>>

                           

HepCAustralasia online forum

Added: 19 November 2014

Good news on the online peer forum. Memberships continue to grow and activity is at an all time high (measured by people's postings). Are you an Australian or New Zealander affected by hep C? Check it out... www.hepcaustralasia.org

 

2014 Cheryl Burman Award

Added: 19 November 2014

The Hepatitis NSW Cheryl Burman Award is a new award is presented to a person, or group of people or an agency who show exceptional leadership in the NSW viral hepatitis response. We will be presenting this years award at our AGM, 27 Nov 2014. 

 

Hep C treatment 25 years on

Added: 22 April 2014

On the 25th anniversary of the formal identification of the hepatitis C virus, Hepatitis NSW has expressed hope that 2014 will see a revolution in hep C treatment. Chronic hepatitis C, which was first identified in the journal Science on 21 April 1989, affects more than 230,000 Australians, but fewer than two per cent receive treatment each year. CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE>>