20 Feb 2019
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
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Event location
55 Nunn Street
Benalla VIC 3672
Available to
General Practice
Practice Nurses
Practice Managers
General Practitioners
Practice Staff
Medical Specialist
Professional development points
This informative and interactive training will aim to improve the confidence of general practitioners to effectively screen, treat and manage patients with hepatitis B and C and to apply the latest clinical information about antiretroviral therapy.

This 2-hour educational session will focus on the essentials of Viral Hepatitis diagnosis, management and treatment in primary care. It will cover the topics most practical to those working in the primary care setting: at risk populations, modes of transmission, and management, including: risk assessment, screening, testing, diagnosis, and suitability and preparation for treatment. 

This session has been approved for 4 Category 2 RACGP points.

Presenter: Dr Matt Penn

Dr Matt Penn is a s100 HIV and s100 Hepatitis B prescriber who works at the Centre Clinic, PRONTO and North Richmond Community Health.

Further Details: 
Dinner will be provided.

Dinner and registration: 6.30 - 7.00 pm
Training session: 7.00 - 9.00 pm
Registrations are essential. RSVP by Wednesday 13th February 2019

Learning outcomes

•    Describe the role of Primary Health Care in the management of Viral Hepatitis
•    Accurately determine at risk patients and screen for Viral Hepatitis
•    Confidently interpret Viral Hepatitis test results and discuss the treatment and referral options for the management of Viral Hepatitis
•    Discuss with patients the viral hepatitis treatment options and importance of regular monitoring

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