We distribute free info resources about hepatitis B or hepatitis C to people and organisations in New South Wales. Our resources generally focus on hep B or hep C or liver health. Resources include bookmarks, stickers, fliers, brochures, posters, factsheets and booklets.

Our resources cater to differing levels of health literacy. All were developed with the input of Australian hepatitis experts from renown research institutes.

 

How To Order our Free Hepatitis Resources (NSW only)

 

To view a resource/see more info, simply click  on the images, below.

Once you’ve clicked on an image, you can also read the resource. 

For people and workers in NSW… select how many you want of any resource, then click “add to cart” for that particular resource.

 

 

 
HEP CURED posters (set of 3) HEP CURED posters (set of 3)
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C Change - Curing hep C (brochure) C Change - Curing hep C (brochure)
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What You Need To Know: a guide to hepatitis C (booklet) What You Need To Know: a guide to hepatitis C (booklet)
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Yarnin' About Hep C Yarnin' About Hep C
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Tx! MAG #38 Tx! MAG #38
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Tx! MAG #39 Tx! MAG #39
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Tx! MAG #40 Tx! MAG #40
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Hepatitis C Transmission Tightrope Game Hepatitis C Transmission Tightrope Game
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Hepatitis B Mothers and Babies Hepatitis B Mothers and Babies
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The Hepatitis B Story (English) The Hepatitis B Story (English)
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When To Use Our Hep B and Hep C Resources?

 

Our resources can be used to:

  • Learn more about hep B and C
  • Inform other people about hep B and C in a clinic, community or prison setting
  • Promote and encourage testing and treatment of hep C and testing and monitoring of hep B
  • Support your family, friends or clients affected by hep B or C

Please feel free to call the Hepatitis Infoline if you’d like to talk about which resources might suit you.

 

Find our More About Hep B and C

 

Want to learn more about hepatitis B or C? Our site contains information covering a variety of relevant topics, including testing, treatment and prevention for both hep B and C.

Our Hepatitis Infoline is also available to answer any questions you may have if you, or someone you know is affected by hep B or C.

 

This page last updated 3 Dec 2018

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