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Enhance your healthcare skills with ASHM’s diverse training courses for health professionals working in HIV, blood-borne viruses, and sexual and reproductive health. Discover practical knowledge with our face-to-face, hybrid, virtual, and online self-paced options. Improve patient outcomes and advance your career.

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17 Jun

QLD Prison Forum 2024

This annual Forum brings together health professionals working in Queensland prisons and those providing in-reach or transition services.
Virtual
20 Dec

Hepatitis C in Primary Care – Expression of Interest

Hepatitis C treatment is simple and highly effective!
On Demand

Clinical Extensions of Hepatitis C

Clinical Extensions of Hepatitis C is an eLearning course that takes a closer look at interpreting test results and managing patients with h
On Demand

National HCV POCT Training Program – ASHM HCV Point of Care Testing Theoretical Training

Learn about the latest advances in hepatitis C point-of-care testing with this online module.
On Demand

Hepatitis C Point-of-Care Testing

This online learning module consists of 3 individual modules and a short assessment that introduce the topics of HCV point-of-care testing.
On Demand

Hepatitis C in NSP Settings

Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) frontline workers have a crucial role to play in eliminating hep C in Australia.
On Demand

Advanced Liver Disease for Nurses Online Learning Module

This online learning module will provide primary care nurses with the knowledge to identify signs and symptoms of ALD.
On Demand

Dispensing HIV and Viral Hepatitis Medications for Community Pharmacists

Community pharmacists are a crucial part of a multi-disciplinary team caring for people with viral hepatitis and HIV.
On Demand

Hepatitis C in NSP settings

Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) frontline workers have a crucial role to play in eliminating hep C in Australia.
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