Hepatitis B: Your crucial role as a primary health care nurse

Posted 18 September, 2020
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Primary health care nurses play a critical role in utilising their chronic disease management skills to support the testing, diagnosis and management of people with chronic hepatitis B. Primary health care nurses can facilitate and support lifestyle modification strategies to improve patient outcomes.

This resource provides information about how primary health care nurses working in the general practice setting can incorporate hepatitis B care into their existing role. The information is broadly applicable to nurses based in other primary care settings.

Please be advised this resource will be archived at the end of 2020, please contact ashm@ashm.org.au if you have any questions or would like to discuss this resource further.


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