Overview

HEPReady Essentials Online is designed for health and community workers who want a basic overview of viral hepatitis and liver health. This training is delivered regularly throughout the year, with sessions running for two hours and delivered fully online.

It covers new treatments, stigma and discrimination, a lived experience perspective, as well as how to conduct sensitive conversations with clients.

Attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion, endorsed by the Australian Primary Healthcare Nurses Association (APNA).

Course details

This training has two components:

The first component consists of an online webinar. This two hour session covers various aspects of viral hepatitis and liver health, including interactive case studies and featuring a powerful account of a lived experience speaker. You will also gain valuable insight into privacy and disclosure requirements associated with viral hepatitis.

The second component consists of access to an online learning portal. Attendees will be given access to additional learning materials and resources through our online learning portal; equipped with exclusive educational resources that can further your learning, at your own pace.

Delivered fully online. Log in details will be provided following registration.

Accreditation

On completing HEPReady Essentials you will receive:

  • A Certificate of Completion, endorsed by the Australian Primary Healthcare Nurses Association (APNA)
  • 3.0 continuing professional education (CPE) points.

On completion of HEPReady Essentials for Pharmacists you will receive:

  • 3.0 Australian Pharmacy Council Endorsed continuing professional education (CPE) points.

Upcoming sessions & price

The next webinar will be held on 28 January 2021.

Sessions are offered regularly throughout the year and cost $60 per person (inc GST).

For more information email: hepready@hepvic.org.au

LiverWELL, trading as Hepatitis Victoria is the peak community organisation working across the state for people affected by, or at risk of, liver disease and viral hepatitis.

We acknowledge and pay respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We welcome people from all cultures, nationalities and religions. Being inclusive and providing equitable services is our commitment.