Viral Hepatitis Mapping Project
The National Viral Hepatitis Mapping Project aims to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of chronic hepatitis B (CHB) and chronic hepatitis C (CHC) in Australia, assessing geographic variation in prevalence, management, and treatment.
HEP-LOGIC: Victorian Cancer Agency Collaborative Research Grant
This project aims to discover the best tools to support doctors to do this, and will help people living with hepatitis increase their understanding of how to reduce their risk of liver cancer.
BBV STI Surveillance and Research Programme: Surveillance for Hepatitis B Indicators
A key aspect of Australia’s National Hepatitis B Strategy 2014-2017 is the identification of specific measurable aims and targets, including increasing the proportion of people living with chronic hepatitis B (CHB) who have been diagnosed, increasing treatment uptake in those affected, and reducing the burden of attributable morbidity and mortality associated with the disease.
Liver Cancer Prevention: linking viral hepatitis diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes
Through health record linkage, combining notifications of viral hepatitis diagnosis, liver cancer diagnoses, hospitalisations, and deaths, as well as records of services provided through the Medicare and Pharmaceutical Benefits programs, this project will develop an accurate picture of the burden of viral hepatitis in Victoria, and measure the impact of care and treatment at a population level as
Victorian Enhanced Viral Hepatitis Surveillance Project
The Enhanced Surveillance Project aims to improve the Department of Health and Human Services response to chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C notifications, with the aim of increasing clinicians’ awareness and engagement regarding viral hepatitis, improving care and prevention access for those diagnosed, and improving the ability of DHHS to identify cases of chronic viral hepatitis with potential
Victorian Perinatal Research Project
This research project aims to comprehensively describe the current status of MTCT of hepatitis B elimination efforts in Victoria, using quantitative and qualitative analyses and assessing all aspects of the health care system.
Operational Guide to assist countries in collecting monitoring and evaluation indicators for viral hepatitis
The project aims to catalyze global viral hepatitis elimination efforts by developing an operational manual to guide national approaches to collecting, utilizing and analyzing strategic information for focused action in the WPRO and SEARO regions.
WHO Laboratory support
The WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis is involved in numerous efforts to combat the challenges in the WPR to achieve the global WHO goal of elimination of viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030.
Victorian Hepatitis B Alliance
The Victorian Hepatitis B Alliance (VHBA) is an independent, multi-disciplinary community of practice that aims to build momentum behind the Victorian response to hepatitis B.