In this 90-minute case discussion participants will discuss a range of hepatitis B case studies with a specialist or experienced HBV s100 prescriber, highlighting approaches to diagnosing, treating and managing people living with hepatitis B.
This interactive 90-minute training provides HBV prescribers an opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills to practical case studies spanning diagnosis to treatment initiation and ongoing monitoring.
Case scenarios are developed by ASHM clinical advisors or local experts to meet the identified learning needs of ASHM’s HBV prescribers, which vary from each State and Territory.
Attendees are also encouraged to submit their own cases for discussion. You can receive a second HBV CPD point by submitting and discussing one of your own de-identified patient cases on the night. Please send any cases to Isabelle Purcell click here by Friday 3 November 2023.
Course Time & Date:
Date : Tuesday 21 November 2023
7:00pm – 8:30pm (AEDT)
6:30pm – 8:00pm (ACDT)
6:00pm – 9:30pm (AEST)
5:30pm – 7:00pm (ACST)
4:00pm – 5:30pm (AWST)
Location : Online
Dr Mark Danta
Associate Professor of Medicine Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist, Faculty of Medicine UNSW, St Vincent’s Clinical School.
Through online learning and virtual teaching, participants will learn to:
• Plan guideline-based monitoring for patients with chronic hepatitis B.
• Evaluate chronic hepatitis B patients’ suitability for antiviral treatment.
• Select and prescribe appropriate first-line antiviral medication for patients with chronic hepatitis B.
Accredited HBV s100 prescribers practicing in Australia.
Endorsement and CPD:
HBV s100 Prescribers will be allocated 1 HBV CPD point.
This is an RACGP-approved CPD activity under the RACGP CPD Program. 1.5 Educational Activity hours.
This course and associated activities are accredited with ACRRM for 1.5 PDP hours and 4 additional CPD requirements in the 2023-2025 Triennium.
This course and associated activities are accredited by the ACNP for professional development.
This activity received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.
This course is free to attend for professions aligned with the target audience who practice in Australia.