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Poster presentations

Below you can find all our past conference poster presentations, covering various Hepatitis NSW projects.

 

2022 Healthcare In Secure Settings Conference

Co-designing a hep C learning module for NSW prisons >>

2022 Australian Viral Hepatitis Conference

Social media underpinning digital pathways to hep C elimination >>

Connecting hepatitis B patients in the era of COVID-19: hep B writing competition in language >>

An Aboriginal community resource “Yarnin’ about hep B” >>

2021 Australian Viral Hepatitis Conference

Digital pathways to hep C elimination: the HepConnect Program >>

Postcards from prison: creating partnerships and innovative health promotion during COVID >>

Clearing the path: a partnership to deliver a communications campaign to increase hepatitis C treatment access for people who inject drugs >>

Ensuring community voices are heard during a pandemic >>

2019 HARP (HIV/AIDS and Related Programs unit) forum

Addressing stigma associated with hepatitis B among Chinese and Korean Australians: family health and cancer prevention >>

Let’s stick together to Close The Gap >>

The value of a peer and clinical partnership to facilitate hepatitis C healthcare access in priority settings >>

Collaborations and partnerships in state-wide NSW Hepatitis Communication Strategy >>

2019 Australian Viral Hepatitis Conference

Let’s Stick Together to Close the Gap >>

The value of a peer and clinical partnership to facilitate hepatitis C healthcare access in priority settings >>

Addressing stigma associated with hepatitis B among Chinese and Korean Australians: Family Health and Cancer Prevention >>

2018 HARP (HIV/AIDS and Related Programs unit) forum

Hear ye! Hear ye! Getting out the good news on hep C cure >>

Taking it to the people: hepatitis B education & testing with Aboriginal people in Western NSW LHD >>

Partnering Hepatology nurses and Peer Workers to increase treatment among hard-to-reach populations >>

No dramas: eliminating hepatitis B-related shame in the Chinese community >>

2017 Australian Viral Hepatitis Conference

Hep Connect: Delivering One-to-One Telephone Support to People Undergoing HCV DAA Treatment by People Who Have Treatment Experience >>

Strategies Supporting and Increasing Hep C Testing and Treatment for People in NSW Prisons >>

Hepatitis NSW’s Specialised Counselling Service: Professional Support for People Undertaking DAA Treatment for Viral Hepatitis C >>

The Living Well program: bringing hepatitis C treatment to marginalised people >>

Youth At Risk: Increasing Youth Workers’ Knowledge And Confidence To Talk With Young People About Hepatitis C And Injecting >>

2016 HARP (HIV/AIDS and Related Programs unit) forum

NSW hep B & hep C communications strategy >>

2016 Australian Viral Hepatitis Conference

Being Strong: hepatitis, liver health & Corrective Services NSW intranet >>

Is there a need for hepatitis-informed counselling in the era of new DAA treatments? >>

Fostering a vibrant peer workforce >>

The Hepatitis Infoline: community-led and community-leading developments in the viral hepatitis community >>

HepCheck 123: integrated hepatitis care for people affected by homelessness >>

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