We welcome new prescribers. To become a Hepatitis B s100 Prescriber, general practitioners, other community-based medical practitioners, and nurse practitioners will need to become complete the steps outlined in ONE of the options below:
You must also commit to undertaking ongoing hepatitis B-specific continuing professional development (CPD).
ASHM administers the Hepatitis B s100 Community Prescriber Program for:
ACT Health (see process)
NSW Ministry of Health (see process)
Northern Territory Government Department of Health (see CDC SHBBVU)
Department for Health and Ageing, Government of South Australia (see process)
Government of Western Australia Department of Health (see process)
Queensland Health (see process)
Public Health Services Tasmania (see process)
The National Standards for the Hepatitis B s100 Community Prescriber Program govern the overall process of training and accreditation of hepatitis B s100 community prescribers. They incorporate the:
National Standard for Accreditation of Community HBV s100 Education Programs
Nationally Endorsed Curriculum for Community HBV s100 Education Programs
National Standard for Certification of Community HBV s100 Prescribers
The National Standards are reviewed periodically by the ASHM HBV Clinical Standards and Accreditation Panel. The current version is endorsed by the Gastroenterological Society of Australia’s Liver Faculty, the Australasian Society of Infectious Diseases, and the Australasian Hepatology Association. View the National Standards here.