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Conference History

Year Location Handbook Abstracts Program Other Documents Recordings Delegate Numbers
2019 Sydney Handbook Abstracts Program Key Findings Report Recordings 387
2017 Auckland Handbook Abstracts Program Key Findings Report Recordings 303

Conference Overview

Building on the success of the 2017 conference the 2019 Conference took place on 5-6 August 2019 at the Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, NSW, with over 300 delegates attending. The Conference Theme: Building momentum towards elimination of hepatitis B & C in Australasia, tied directly to the five conference objectives

• Focus on increasing diagnosis/testing and improving models of care, treatment paradigms, reinfection strategies etc.

• To provide a forum for health professionals working in viral hepatitis, to encourage an increase in their hepatitis B management roles

• Evaluate the status of the Australasian sector in working towards the 2030 WHO elimination goals

• Strengthen relationships and partnerships between primary and tertiary care, the multicultural and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce, government and community organisations

• Improve support mechanisms for primary care professionals involved in the management of viral hepatitis

More details on the 2019 conference can be found at http://www.avhec2019.com.au/

 

Download the AVHEC19 Key Findings Report [PDF]

 

AVHEC19 Program, Abstracts, Presentations and Video Recordings

 

Visit the conference website www.avhec2019.com.au

Read the AVHEC 2019 Conference Media Release

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



The inaugural Australasian Viral Hepatitis Elimination Conference (AVHEC 2017) took place on 10-11 August 2017 in Cairns, Queensland, with over 300 delegates including health professionals, policy makers, researchers, community organisations and people living with viral hepatitis committed to eliminating hepatitis B and C as a major public health threat.
The conference was organised by the ASHM with a program highlighting latest scientific developments, as well as real world implementation of best practice care. The meeting offered opportunities for structured dialogue assessing where we are and the work still to be done in the Australasian response to viral hepatitis.

 


Download the AVHEC17 Key Research Summary Conference Report [PDF]

 

AVHEC Program, Abstracts, Presentations and Video Recordings

 

View the AVHEC17 Key Research Summary Conference as an Online Magazine

 

Visit the conference website www.avhec.com.au

Read the AVHEC 2017 Conference Media Release

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AVHEC Secretariat

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