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The Spotlight on hepatitis B is an annual workforce development initiative coordinated by the Victorian Hepatitis B Alliance (VHBA).
** Registration for Session #1 does not automatically sign you up for the other webinars. You must individually register for each session you wish to attend **
Each year the Spotlight aims to improve the treatment, management and care of people living with chronic hepatitis B.
World Hepatitis Day is on the 28th July, with the theme: Hepatitis Can't Wait. This year we will be delivering a series of four webinars.
These webinars will be held on Zoom. They will be recorded and be made publicly available.
Attendees will be provided with a certificate of attendance.
Who should attend?
These webinars are tailored to the education and training needs of:
People working with communities affected by hepatitis B
Health workers, midwives, community workers, clinicians
Policy makers and researchers
People living with hepatitis B and not working in these settings are warmly encouraged to attend.
Who is the VHBA?
The Victorian Hepatitis B Alliance (VHBA) is an independent, multi-disciplinary community of practice that aims to build momentum behind the Victorian response to hepatitis B. VHBA formed in 2008. We consist of both individual members and organisational representatives, including multicultural and Indigenous health and social services, clinical service providers, researchers, community health services and individuals with an interest in hepatitis B. The multi-disciplinary nature of VHBA creates a unique opportunity for networking and exchange of information and expertise.
If you have any questions about this event, or would like to become a member of VHBA, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org