Improving Queensland's Response To Hepatitis B

Posted 11 November, 2021
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Almost 34,000 Queenslanders are affected by hepatitis B with a staggering 80 per cent of those not engaged in care (treatment and monitoring).

Please join us to establish the Queensland Hepatitis B Alliance (QHBA), a new committee of individuals and representatives of organisations that share an interest in collaborating to improve Queensland’s response to hepatitis B.

The first meeting will address:

  • The aims of QHBA
  • Terms of reference
  • QLD data from Doherty Institute Viral Hepatitis Mapping Report
  • Strategic priorities for renewal of the QLD HBV Action Plan

Please contact us on 07 3846 0020 or use our online contact form with any questions or recommendations of people that may be interested in joining QHBA. All RSVPs and expressions of interest for those unable to attend initially are appreciated.

Details: Online, November 25th, 12pm-1:30pm.

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