Communication and Nurses Important to Service Delivery Post COVID-19

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Hepatitis Queensland’s recent online forum uncovered a number of insights into viral hepatitis service delivery post COVID-19 including: the need for flexible communication, support for nurses and, culturally responsive health messaging.

Held in partnership with the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) the forum allowed service providers to share insights into how we can refocus our efforts, redefine our purpose, and strengthen partnerships within the community.

Forum participants heard from a range of speakers including:

  • Zhihong Gu, Program Manager, Hepatitis, HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Program Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland
  • Joss O’Loan, General Practitioner, Kombi Clinic
  • Peta Deppeler, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Kobi House- Toowoomba Hospital
  • Burglind Liddle, Nurse Practitioner Chronic Diseases- Hepatology, Mater Health, South Brisbane

Caption: Insights from service providers in treating hepatitis post COVID-19

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