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Viral hepatitis (A, B & C)

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver, and it can be caused by a virus or other non-viral causes.  The main difference between the viruses is how they are spread and the effects they have on your health.

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Prevention

There are safe and effective vaccines that protect you from getting hepatitis A and B.  While there is no vaccine for hep C, by being ‘blood aware’ you can reduce your overall chance of being exposed to the virus.

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Living with Hepatitis

People with chronic hepatitis can do a number of things to stay healthy including limiting/avoiding alcohol, reducing stress, not smoking, getting regular exercise and eating a healthy diet.

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Treatment

Effective treatment is available for both chronic hepatitis B and C.  Before you can see a liver specialist to talk about going on treatment, you need to get a referral from your GP first.

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Hepatitis Qld is a not-for-profit, non-government community organisation providing a number of services for people affected by, or at risk of, viral hepatitis.

View our service brochure

Telephone Information and Support Service (TISS)

phoneThe TISS line provides confidential and non-judgmental information and support for people at risk of, or affected by, viral hepatitis. Hepatitis Queensland can provide referrals to other organisations or services that may assist with your concerns. Callers may request free printed publications on a range of related issues. Hepatitis Queensland acknowledges that appropriate support and information can often be difficult to access in regional and remote areas, and provides a 1300 HEP ABC (1300 437 222) number for callers throughout Queensland.

Information Resources

Hepatitis Queensland is the major supplier of printed resources to people affected by hepatitis and to primary health care workers throughout Queensland. A comprehensive collection of resources based on issues associated with viral hepatitis is available from the Hepatitis Queensland. Most resources are free of charge, although Hepatitis Queensland reserves the right to charge for postage for bulk resources.

Education & Training Services

Hepatitis Queensland can provide education and training sessions to employers, health care professionals, community-based organisations and community groups, government and non-government departments and private enterprise. Trained educators can provide staff and consumers with appropriate, up-to-date knowledge and skills for responding to various issues about viral hepatitis. Sessions can be individually tailored for small or large groups, and to meet the needs and demands of particular audiences.

Support Groups and Information Evenings

Hepatitis Queensland can provide details about support groups available in Queensland, including some online alternatives, as well as information about community activities and health promotion events.

Newsletter

Hepatitis Queensland produces a quarterly newsletter, The Hep Factor, which is distributed to Hepatitis Queensland members. The newsletter contains up-to-date information of interest to people affected by viral hepatitis, including current details about Hepatitis Queensland activities, and other news. Readers’ contributions and feedback are always welcomed.

Where is Hepatitis Queensland located?

Suite 2, 12 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Click here for a map

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View our service brochure

Telephone Information and Support Service (TISS)

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Information Resources

Hepatitis Queensland is the major supplier of printed resources to people affected by hepatitis and to primary health care workers throughout Queensland. A comprehensive collection of resources based on issues associated with viral hepatitis is available from the Hepatitis Queensland. Most resources are free of charge, although Hepatitis Queensland reserves the right to charge for postage for bulk resources.

Education & Training Services

Hepatitis Queensland can provide education and training sessions to employers, health care professionals, community-based organisations and community groups, government and non-government departments and private enterprise. Trained educators can provide staff and consumers with appropriate, up-to-date knowledge and skills for responding to various issues about viral hepatitis. Sessions can be individually tailored for small or large groups, and to meet the needs and demands of particular audiences.

Support Groups and Information Evenings

Hepatitis Queensland can provide details about support groups available in Queensland, including some online alternatives, as well as information about community activities and health promotion events.

Newsletter

Hepatitis Queensland produces a quarterly newsletter, The Hep Factor, which is distributed to Hepatitis Queensland members. The newsletter contains up-to-date information of interest to people affected by viral hepatitis, including current details about Hepatitis Queensland activities, and other news. Readers’ contributions and feedback are always welcomed.

Where is Hepatitis Queensland located?

Suite 2, 12 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Click here for a map

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View our service brochure

Telephone Information and Support Service (TISS)

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Information Resources

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Education & Training Services

Hepatitis Queensland can provide education and training sessions to employers, health care professionals, community-based organisations and community groups, government and non-government departments and private enterprise. Trained educators can provide staff and consumers with appropriate, up-to-date knowledge and skills for responding to various issues about viral hepatitis. Sessions can be individually tailored for small or large groups, and to meet the needs and demands of particular audiences.

Support Groups and Information Evenings

Hepatitis Queensland can provide details about support groups available in Queensland, including some online alternatives, as well as information about community activities and health promotion events.

Newsletter

Hepatitis Queensland produces a quarterly newsletter, The Hep Factor, which is distributed to Hepatitis Queensland members. The newsletter contains up-to-date information of interest to people affected by viral hepatitis, including current details about Hepatitis Queensland activities, and other news. Readers’ contributions and feedback are always welcomed.

Where is Hepatitis Queensland located?

Suite 2, 12 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Click here for a map

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View our service brochure

Telephone Information and Support Service (TISS)

phoneThe TISS line provides confidential and non-judgmental information and support for people at risk of, or affected by, viral hepatitis. Hepatitis Queensland can provide referrals to other organisations or services that may assist with your concerns. Callers may request free printed publications on a range of related issues. Hepatitis Queensland acknowledges that appropriate support and information can often be difficult to access in regional and remote areas, and provides a 1300 HEP ABC (1300 437 222) number for callers throughout Queensland.

Information Resources

Hepatitis Queensland is the major supplier of printed resources to people affected by hepatitis and to primary health care workers throughout Queensland. A comprehensive collection of resources based on issues associated with viral hepatitis is available from the Hepatitis Queensland. Most resources are free of charge, although Hepatitis Queensland reserves the right to charge for postage for bulk resources.

Education & Training Services

Hepatitis Queensland can provide education and training sessions to employers, health care professionals, community-based organisations and community groups, government and non-government departments and private enterprise. Trained educators can provide staff and consumers with appropriate, up-to-date knowledge and skills for responding to various issues about viral hepatitis. Sessions can be individually tailored for small or large groups, and to meet the needs and demands of particular audiences.

Support Groups and Information Evenings

Hepatitis Queensland can provide details about support groups available in Queensland, including some online alternatives, as well as information about community activities and health promotion events.

Newsletter

Hepatitis Queensland produces a quarterly newsletter, The Hep Factor, which is distributed to Hepatitis Queensland members. The newsletter contains up-to-date information of interest to people affected by viral hepatitis, including current details about Hepatitis Queensland activities, and other news. Readers’ contributions and feedback are always welcomed.

Where is Hepatitis Queensland located?

Suite 2, 12 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
Click here for a map

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Our Services

Hepatitis Qld is a not-for-profit, non-government community organisation providing a number of services for people affected by, or at risk of, viral hepatitis.

View our service brochure

Telephone Information and Support Service (TISS)

phoneThe TISS line provides confidential and non-judgmental information and support for people at risk of, or affected by, viral hepatitis. Hepatitis Queensland can provide referrals to other organisations or services that may assist with your concerns. Callers may request free printed publications on a range of related issues. Hepatitis Queensland acknowledges that appropriate support and information can often be difficult to access in regional and remote areas, and provides a 1300 HEP ABC (1300 437 222) number for callers throughout Queensland.

Information Resources

Hepatitis Queensland is the major supplier of printed resources to people affected by hepatitis and to primary health care workers throughout Queensland. A comprehensive collection of resources based on issues associated with viral hepatitis is available from the Hepatitis Queensland. Most resources are free of charge, although Hepatitis Queensland reserves the right to charge for postage for bulk resources.

Education & Training Services

Hepatitis Queensland can provide education and training sessions to employers, health care professionals, community-based organisations and community groups, government and non-government departments and private enterprise. Trained educators can provide staff and consumers with appropriate, up-to-date knowledge and skills for responding to various issues about viral hepatitis. Sessions can be individually tailored for small or large groups, and to meet the needs and demands of particular audiences.

Support Groups and Information Evenings

Hepatitis Queensland can provide details about support groups available in Queensland, including some online alternatives, as well as information about community activities and health promotion events.

Newsletter

Hepatitis Queensland produces a quarterly newsletter, The Hep Factor, which is distributed to Hepatitis Queensland members. The newsletter contains up-to-date information of interest to people affected by viral hepatitis, including current details about Hepatitis Queensland activities, and other news. Readers’ contributions and feedback are always welcomed.

Where is Hepatitis Queensland located?

Suite 2, 12 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
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