National Hepatitis C for Nurses and Midwives


Delivery Mode:
11 Jun
12:30 pm
Online - Teams
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers, Midwives, nurse prac, Nurses

Course Overview

This free training course provides nurses and midwives with the knowledge and confidence to increase screening and management of hepatitis C in primary care settings. 


Date, Time & Venue: 

 Date: Tuesday, 11 June 2024


  • 12:30pm – 3:30pm (AEST)
  • 12:00pm – 3:00pm (ACST)
  • 10:30am – 1:30pm (AWST)

Venue: Online via Teams

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  • Cherie Bennett – Medical Educator, ASHM & Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sydney Sexual Health Centre
  • Jana Van der Jagt – Hepatology Nurse Practitioner, North Coast Population & Public Health Directorate
  • Dr Angela Brown – Midwifery Program Director & Senior Lecturer, UniSA Adelaide
  • Caitleen Moloney – Project Officer, Hepatitis ACT
  • Kiah – Lived Experience Speaker, Hepatitis NSW

Target Audience: 

 This training is for nurses and midwives working across varied service settings, including general practice and other primary care settings, hospital settings, Correctional settings, Drug and Alcohol services, Sexual/reproductive health services and Aboriginal Community-Controlled Health Organisations.   


Course Components: 

This facilitated training consists of a 3-hour interactive webinar comprising of presentations, panel discussions, case studies and group discussions.  


Learning Outcomes:  

  • Identify when testing/screening for hepatitis C is indicated.   
  • Interpret hepatitis C test results.   
  • Discuss required pre-treatment assessments for hepatitis C.  
  • Determine which treatment, monitoring and follow-up required for hepatitis C. 
  • Examine the role of the nurse and midwife in models of care for hepatitis C testing, treatment and follow-up. 


Endorsement and CPD: 

This course is pending endorsement by Australian College of Nurses and the Australian College of Midwives. The training is equivalent to 3 CPD hours. 



This course received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health. 


For more information: 

Please contact ASHM Education at or call 0431 320 429. 


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