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Useful resources

The May issue of Drug and Alcohol Research Connections has been released. Access it here

Did you know that FARE (Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education) also produce weekly newsletters?

The National  Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) has just released its annual report

Hepatitis C Easy Read Pamphlets from Hepatitis NSW are available online:

 


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Hepatitis Training in SE Queensland: May 2017

Education workshops: Caboolture & Inala

Do you work in an Allied Health role or in a non-clinical role in an Alcohol and Drug Service, Rehabilitation Service, OR support clients in your organisation who are affected by, or at risk of, viral hepatitis?

Do you need a refresher on viral hepatitis and want to know more about the new hepatitis C treatments?

If you answered YES, Hepatitis Queensland invites you to attend a FREE workshop in either Caboolture or Inala

Workshop details:
Tuesday 9th May, 1.00pm to 4.30pm
Lecture Theatre, Education and Skills Centre,
Caboolture Hospital, McKean St, Caboolture.

Monday 29th May 2017, 1.00pm to 4.30pm
Main Conference Room, Ground Floor,
Inala Community Health Centre, 64 Wirraway Parade, Inala.

For enquiries call Sam White on 07 3846 0020 or email at programsupport@hepqld.asn.au

WOWS10: Diversity

The Walk on the Wild Side (WOWS) Symposium is an annual one day event for clinicians and healthcare professionals working in the field of alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation, hosted by Metro North Hospital and Health Service.

In 2017 WOWS celebrates its 10th year.

Register Now2All are welcome to attend and your registration fee includes morning tea and lunch.
Early Bird Registrations up until 21 April 2017 $100
Regular Registrations from 22 April 2017 $150

12 May 2017

Education Centre
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Butterfield Street
HERSTON QLD 4029

Contact

Email: 5WOWS10@health.qld.gov.au4
Phone: 3646 1525

Registrations close 5 May 2017 and are limited, so register now to secure your position.

With thanks to Hepatitis Qld for the content