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This page last updated 5 November 2019
|November 2019 – #78|
Welcome from Steven Drew, Hepatitis NSW CEO | Koori Knockout & 414 Closing The Gap! | Albury Hep C Elimination campaign | HARP Forum 2019 Let’s Stick Together Poster award | Hep C campaign collaboration = success!
|Read edition #78|
|October 2019 – #77|
Hepatitis B health promotion and testing for Chinese communities in Hurstville | “Thank you and farewell” …. Stuart Loveday retires from Hepatitis NSW | Archiving historical documents of Hepatitis NSW | Hep C campaign collaboration = success! | Annie Madden awarded an Order of Australia
|Read edition #77|
|September 2019 – #76|
Release of the first national report on progress towards eliminating hepatitis C | New Hepatitis NSW CEO Announced – Stuart Loveday retiring | Community mobilisation – Engaging people in hep B testing and care | Posters at AVHEC highlight Hepatitis NSW’s community and peer work | Changes to health screening requirements for visa applicants
|Read edition #76|
|August 2019 – #75|
Launching 2019 NSW Hepatitis Awareness Week and World Hepatitis Day | Our first Reconciliation Action Plan now available | Positions available at Hepatitis NSW | National Viral Hepatitis Mapping Project goes online | Website news, views, and a whole new liver section! | Hepatitis NSW video, radio, media and conference news | Steep declines in hep C among people who inject drugs
|July 2019 – #74|
New hepatitis C treatment data confirms time for action is now | Live Hep C Free program update | Peer Projects Training | Hep B Community Education Days | Pet Pics promote health messages | Dave’s work placement at Hepatitis NSW | NSW Hepatitis Awareness Week & World Hepatitis Day 2019
|June 2019 – #73|
Kooloora Family Fun Day for Aboriginal communities around Malabar | Volunteer appreciation at Hepatitis NSW | Major milestone for Tx! MAG | Hep B health education event at Ashfield Town Hall | Student placement at Hepatitis NSW helps with hep B education
|April/May 2019 – #72|
Australian Federal Election 2019: Leading the National Response to Viral Hepatitis | Hep C is a Rock ‘n’ Roll Brand: DBS Testing at Bluesfest | Vosevi listed on PBS | Liver Wellness Outreach Van launched | Volunteering to make a world of difference | Vale, Elizabeth O’Neil | Get Bloody Serious in the Riverina | Sydney Korean Festival at Darling Harbour
|March 2019 – #71|
Overview of the Fifth National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander BBV and STI Strategy 2018-2022 | Closing the Gap at 414 Elizabeth Street | How do we Close The Gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s health? | Hep C tests at Bluesfest! | Live Hep C Free in Orange and Bathurst
|February 2019 – #70|
9 out of 10 Australians to have a My Health Record | Hep B Community Sessions for Lunar New Year
|January 2019 – #69|
Overview: Third National Hepatitis B Strategy 2018–2022 | Closing the Gap at Yabun Festival 2019 |Pet Pics reach homeless people with hep C messages | Feasibility of eliminating hep C as a public health threat | New FINCOL poster on cleaning fits in prisons | Men’s Sheds targeted for viral hep info
|December 2018 – #68|
National Hepatitis Strategies released | Get Bloody Serious goes north! | Cycle to End the Cycle in Maroubra | Hepatitis NSW supports Give A Dog A Bone
|November 2018 – #67|
Gail Snelgar wins 2018 Hepatitis NSW Cheryl Burman Award | Kirby’s Annual Report Card shows hep B and hep C trends | Report highlights barriers to hep C treatment | New Hepatitis NSW President and Board changes | Vale Ann Symonds | Hep B Expo in North Western Sydney a huge success!
|October 2018 – #66|
Navigating the Future – Partnerships at the 2018 NSW HARP Forum | National Hep C management statement updated | It’s a KNOCKOUT for BBVs and STIs at Dubbo! | Fair Treatment Campaign launched and The Long Walk begins
|September 2018 – #65|
EC Australia launch provides a vital missing link to eliminating hepatitis C | Hep B and Hep C Online Learning Modules | Promoting hep C treatment… how do you score? | Prisons initiative a finalist in 2018 NSW iCare Awards | Mobile phones, health promotion… and Ferrari cars! | Hepatitis NSW visits Dubbo for the Knockout!
|August 2018 – #64|
2018 Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference wrap up | Yarnin’ hep C resource for Aboriginal people recognised | Maviret listed… don’t forget to update your resources | Hep B day at UNSW a huge success | Nominations are open for Hepatitis NSW’s Annual Cheryl Burman Award| Hep B screening and health promotion for Aboriginal communities in Western NSW | Resources Survey winner pays it forward | Split-second moment that changed the next 35 years of my life
|July 2018 – #63|
Everything you need to know about our HEP B & HEP C AWARENESS CAMPAIGN for 2018 | My Health Record – what are the benefits and risks?
|June 2018 – #62|
NSW Hepatitis C Report Card shows progress in treatment | Hep B Digital Storytelling Project a huge success at WSU | Hep A is in the news – but what is it?
|May 2018 – #61|
Prison Needle and Syringe Programs to start in Canada | Hepatitis B National Symposium | Sydney Korean Festival
|April 2018 – #60|
Hep C Elimination workshop | Hep C peers at your service | Hep B play seen by 600 people in Hurstville |
Getting Bloody Serious all over NSW!
|March 2018 – #59|
Calling all hep C peers! | Dragon Boating for hep B awareness | Vale Professor David Cooper |
Family Fun Day at Baulkham Hills | National Close The Gap Day: Let’s Walk the Talk
|February 2018 – #58|
Counselling can help to enhance quality of life Hepatitis NSW at Yabun | Rob Wisniewski to leave Hepatitis NSW | Hep C Online Learning Modules
|January 2018 – #57|
Hep C elimination in NSW by 2028 | Liver cirrhosis resource | new website