And the Winners Are...

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And the Winners Are…

We are thrilled to announce the winners of this year’s World Hepatitis Day Local Grants! These grants, aimed at raising awareness about viral hepatitis and promoting testing and treatment, have been awarded to services with innovative ideas to educate and engage the public.

This year’s grant winners are:

  • Capricornia Offender Health Service (COHS) – Capricornia Correctional Centre
  • Hepatology Outpatients Department – PA Hospital
  • Ipswich Alcohol and other Drugs
  • Jimboomba Medical Centre
  • Koobil Street Medical Centre
  • Kombi Clinic
  • Mater Hospital – Hepatology and Gastroenterology
  • Men and Women’s Health – Sexual Health Unit – Queensland Health Bamaga
  • Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services – Logan, Inala, Bayside
  • Micah Projects
  • Moonyah – The Salvation Army
  • QuIHN – Bowen Hills
  • QuIHN – Burleigh Heads
  • QuIHN – Sunshine Coast
  • QuIHN – Southport
  • QuIHN – Townsville
  • Youth Link

Our grant winners have planned many exciting activities to spread the message far and wide, including:

  • educational barbecues
  • outreach hepatitis C testing
  • liver, lunch and lawn bowls
  • liver clinic morning teas
  • week-long stalls with prizes, giveaways and quizzes.

Congratulations to our grant winners for their dedication and innovative ideas to spread awareness of viral hepatitis. Stay tuned for updates on these exciting events and their impact on our communities!

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