This webinar will provide an overview of the most recent data on hepatitis C and needle syringe programs, reflect on the NSW report card, and discuss how services can tailor their services.
Moderated by Scientia Professor Carla Treloar.
Presenters will include:
· Louise Geddes, PhD Candidate, The Kirby Institute
· Joanne Bryant, Associate Professor, Centre for Social Research in Health
· Charles Henderson, Deputy CEO, NUAA
· Phil Read, Director, Kirketon Road Centre
A link and instructions on joining the webinar will be sent to you after registration closes on 29 May 2019 at 5pm. To register: Click here
We ask that this invitation be forwarded to your staff and other people or agencies that might be interested. In particular, the NSP Leadership Group may like to forward this to staff in their services.
For more information, visit the BRISE website.
The BBV & STI Research, Intervention and Strategic Evaluation (BRISE) Program is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health. Through a multidisciplinary program of research, evaluation, capacity building and strategic advice, the BRISE Consortium aims to support the NSW Ministry of Health in meeting strategic goals in BBVs and STIs. The key partners of the BRISE Consortium are the Kirby Institute and the Centre for Social Research in Health, both internationally recognised research centres located at UNSW Sydney.