Curing Hepatitis C in Primary Care


Delivery Mode:
12 Jun
6:30 pm
Online - Teams
Doctors, Nurse Practitioners

Course Overview

Join our interactive course on HCV management in primary care! This course aims to empower general practitioners, nurse practitioners and other prescribing practitioners with the skills and confidence to diagnose, assess, manage, and treat hepatitis C (HCV) in primary care.  


Newly designed program. Delivery is in a blended learning approach with expert-led presentations and facilitated case discussions delivered by specialists, GPs, and Peer/Lived Experience workforce with expertise in HCV management and treatment. Interactive sessions allowing for participants to learn and discuss practical strategies for developing their skills and knowledge.   


Treatment with direct-acting antivirals is easier than ever. Increasing HCV treatment in primary care is crucial to eliminating HCV in Australia by 2030.    Register now to empower yourself as we work towards eliminating Hepatitis C!


Audience: General practitioners, nurse practitioners, other practitioners prescribing or intending to prescribe s85 direct-acting antiviral medication for HCV in primary care settings 


Time and Date: Wednesday 12 June 6:30PM – 8:30PM (AEST)


Course components:

  1. Completion of the pre-course survey   
  2. Completion of the Optional Pre-course Online Learning Module  
  3. Attendance at the 2-hour interactive webinar  
  4. Completion of the post course survey 

Learning outcomes: 

  • Identify when screening and testing for HCV is indicated 
  • Interpret HCV test results    
  • Discuss required pre-treatment assessments 
  • Determine which treatment, monitoring, and follow-up is required.    

Funding Information: This activity is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. 


Endorsement information: ASHM is an RACGP-accredited CPD Provider under the RACGP CPD Program.

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