Hepatitis B Online Education

HepSmart Hepatitis B Training Course

Hepatitis B is a virus that can damage your liver, and if left unchecked it can cause chronic liver disease and liver cancer. Hepatitis B affects over 200,000 Australians and many don’t know they have it.

The HepSmart Hepatitis B Training Course guides you through the ins and outs of hepatitis B, giving you the confidence to take proactive steps towards prevention and management. Developed by our experienced educators, this course demystifies hepatitis B, equipping you with the knowledge to protect and support yourself and others.

Course Overview

  • What is hepatitis B?
  • Hepatitis B transmission risks
  • Hepatitis B prevention (testing, vaccination)
  • Hepatitis B and pregnancy
  • Living with hepatitis B
  • Stigma and discrimination

Course Features

  • Interactive lessons
  • Self-paced learning
  • Certificate of completion

Who Is This Course Suitable For?

This course is designed to provide an essential understanding of hepatitis B for all. It is suitable for community members who might be living with hepatitis B, or those seeking information for a loved one. Additionally, community, support and healthcare workers will gain valuable insights from completing this informative course. While the content covered is not strictly clinical, it can still provide useful knowledge for clinical staff to step through.

  • Healthcare professionals
  • Non-clinical healthcare workers
  • Community workers
  • Community members


This course takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.


Provide your details at the end of the course to receive a Certificate of Completion.

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Hepatitis B Online Education

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Want to know more?

If you’re interested in finding out more about our education, contact us on 1800 437 222 or via our online contact form.

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