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Viral hepatitis (A, B & C)

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver, and it can be caused by a virus or other non-viral causes.  The main difference between the viruses is how they are spread and the effects they have on your health.

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Prevention

There are safe and effective vaccines that protect you from getting hepatitis A and B.  While there is no vaccine for hep C, by being ‘blood aware’ you can reduce your overall chance of being exposed to the virus.

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Living with Hepatitis

People with chronic hepatitis can do a number of things to stay healthy including limiting/avoiding alcohol, reducing stress, not smoking, getting regular exercise and eating a healthy diet.

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Treatment

Effective treatment is available for both chronic hepatitis B and C.  Before you can see a liver specialist to talk about going on treatment, you need to get a referral from your GP first.

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Click here to read our service brochure.

Welcome to Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is a not-for-profit, non-government, community organisation. We provide:

  • A FREE confidential telephone information and support service
  • Education and training to organizations, schools and businesses
  • Support groups and information evenings and events
  • FREE brochures, fact-sheets, DVD's and newsletters on viral hepatitis
  • and much, much more

We are open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (except public holidays), and our services are free and confidential.

People also do volunteer work with Hepatitis Qld and can make tax-deductible donations.

If you do not live in Queensland you can contact the local Hepatitis Council in your state or territory. The national peak body for all these councils is Hepatitis Australia, which is based in Canberra.

About Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is an incorporated, community based, consumer focussed, non-government organisation which recognises the diversity of, and represents, the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.

Similar Hepatitis Councils exist in most States and Territories of Australia and all Councils are affiliated with the Hepatitis Australia, the national peak body based in Canberra. Hepatitis Queensland is Queensland’s primary response to viral hepatitis in Queensland.

Vision

A Queensland free from the affects of viral hepatitis.

Our Values

  • Clients – supporting and empowering our clients in an inclusive way, avoiding value judgments
  • Staff – as individuals; and their performance and development as professionals
  • Volunteers – as individuals; and in community development
  • Confidentiality – complying with high ethical standards and a code of conduct
  • Quality Service Delivery – state-wide, accessible and pro-active
  • Accurate representation – in individual and systemic advocacy
  • Independent Governance
  • Current and accurate information resources
  • Continuous improvement – through innovation and co-operation
  • Sector-wide involvement – through collaboration with agencies

Our Mission

To provide a holistic, innovative and pro-active response to the challenges confronting people directly and indirectly affected by viral hepatitis.

Our Board

The Board exists under the Hepatitis Queensland Constitution for the governance of Hepatitis Queensland. Board ensures that we maintain a strategic direction that will ensure sustainability of the Hepatitis Queensland.

RESPONSIBILITIES

How can I be involved?

By becoming a Hepatitis Queensland member, you will be a key part of our organisation and, as members, Hepatitis Queensland will strive to keep you up-to-date through:

  • Newsletters
  • Information about Hepatitis Queensland activities
  • Opportunities to respond to viral hepatitis in Queensland
  • Representation by the Board and staff of Hepatitis Queensland
  • Attendance at Annual & General meetings
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Click here to read our service brochure.

Welcome to Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is a not-for-profit, non-government, community organisation. We provide:

  • A FREE confidential telephone information and support service
  • Education and training to organizations, schools and businesses
  • Support groups and information evenings and events
  • FREE brochures, fact-sheets, DVD's and newsletters on viral hepatitis
  • and much, much more

We are open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (except public holidays), and our services are free and confidential.

People also do volunteer work with Hepatitis Qld and can make tax-deductible donations.

If you do not live in Queensland you can contact the local Hepatitis Council in your state or territory. The national peak body for all these councils is Hepatitis Australia, which is based in Canberra.

About Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is an incorporated, community based, consumer focussed, non-government organisation which recognises the diversity of, and represents, the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.

Similar Hepatitis Councils exist in most States and Territories of Australia and all Councils are affiliated with the Hepatitis Australia, the national peak body based in Canberra. Hepatitis Queensland is Queensland’s primary response to viral hepatitis in Queensland.

Vision

A Queensland free from the affects of viral hepatitis.

Our Values

  • Clients – supporting and empowering our clients in an inclusive way, avoiding value judgments
  • Staff – as individuals; and their performance and development as professionals
  • Volunteers – as individuals; and in community development
  • Confidentiality – complying with high ethical standards and a code of conduct
  • Quality Service Delivery – state-wide, accessible and pro-active
  • Accurate representation – in individual and systemic advocacy
  • Independent Governance
  • Current and accurate information resources
  • Continuous improvement – through innovation and co-operation
  • Sector-wide involvement – through collaboration with agencies

Our Mission

To provide a holistic, innovative and pro-active response to the challenges confronting people directly and indirectly affected by viral hepatitis.

Our Board

The Board exists under the Hepatitis Queensland Constitution for the governance of Hepatitis Queensland. Board ensures that we maintain a strategic direction that will ensure sustainability of the Hepatitis Queensland.

RESPONSIBILITIES

How can I be involved?

By becoming a Hepatitis Queensland member, you will be a key part of our organisation and, as members, Hepatitis Queensland will strive to keep you up-to-date through:

  • Newsletters
  • Information about Hepatitis Queensland activities
  • Opportunities to respond to viral hepatitis in Queensland
  • Representation by the Board and staff of Hepatitis Queensland
  • Attendance at Annual & General meetings
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Click here to read our service brochure.

Welcome to Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is a not-for-profit, non-government, community organisation. We provide:

  • A FREE confidential telephone information and support service
  • Education and training to organizations, schools and businesses
  • Support groups and information evenings and events
  • FREE brochures, fact-sheets, DVD's and newsletters on viral hepatitis
  • and much, much more

We are open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (except public holidays), and our services are free and confidential.

People also do volunteer work with Hepatitis Qld and can make tax-deductible donations.

If you do not live in Queensland you can contact the local Hepatitis Council in your state or territory. The national peak body for all these councils is Hepatitis Australia, which is based in Canberra.

About Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is an incorporated, community based, consumer focussed, non-government organisation which recognises the diversity of, and represents, the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.

Similar Hepatitis Councils exist in most States and Territories of Australia and all Councils are affiliated with the Hepatitis Australia, the national peak body based in Canberra. Hepatitis Queensland is Queensland’s primary response to viral hepatitis in Queensland.

Vision

A Queensland free from the affects of viral hepatitis.

Our Values

  • Clients – supporting and empowering our clients in an inclusive way, avoiding value judgments
  • Staff – as individuals; and their performance and development as professionals
  • Volunteers – as individuals; and in community development
  • Confidentiality – complying with high ethical standards and a code of conduct
  • Quality Service Delivery – state-wide, accessible and pro-active
  • Accurate representation – in individual and systemic advocacy
  • Independent Governance
  • Current and accurate information resources
  • Continuous improvement – through innovation and co-operation
  • Sector-wide involvement – through collaboration with agencies

Our Mission

To provide a holistic, innovative and pro-active response to the challenges confronting people directly and indirectly affected by viral hepatitis.

Our Board

The Board exists under the Hepatitis Queensland Constitution for the governance of Hepatitis Queensland. Board ensures that we maintain a strategic direction that will ensure sustainability of the Hepatitis Queensland.

RESPONSIBILITIES

How can I be involved?

By becoming a Hepatitis Queensland member, you will be a key part of our organisation and, as members, Hepatitis Queensland will strive to keep you up-to-date through:

  • Newsletters
  • Information about Hepatitis Queensland activities
  • Opportunities to respond to viral hepatitis in Queensland
  • Representation by the Board and staff of Hepatitis Queensland
  • Attendance at Annual & General meetings
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Click here to read our service brochure.

Welcome to Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is a not-for-profit, non-government, community organisation. We provide:

  • A FREE confidential telephone information and support service
  • Education and training to organizations, schools and businesses
  • Support groups and information evenings and events
  • FREE brochures, fact-sheets, DVD's and newsletters on viral hepatitis
  • and much, much more

We are open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (except public holidays), and our services are free and confidential.

People also do volunteer work with Hepatitis Qld and can make tax-deductible donations.

If you do not live in Queensland you can contact the local Hepatitis Council in your state or territory. The national peak body for all these councils is Hepatitis Australia, which is based in Canberra.

About Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is an incorporated, community based, consumer focussed, non-government organisation which recognises the diversity of, and represents, the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.

Similar Hepatitis Councils exist in most States and Territories of Australia and all Councils are affiliated with the Hepatitis Australia, the national peak body based in Canberra. Hepatitis Queensland is Queensland’s primary response to viral hepatitis in Queensland.

Vision

A Queensland free from the affects of viral hepatitis.

Our Values

  • Clients – supporting and empowering our clients in an inclusive way, avoiding value judgments
  • Staff – as individuals; and their performance and development as professionals
  • Volunteers – as individuals; and in community development
  • Confidentiality – complying with high ethical standards and a code of conduct
  • Quality Service Delivery – state-wide, accessible and pro-active
  • Accurate representation – in individual and systemic advocacy
  • Independent Governance
  • Current and accurate information resources
  • Continuous improvement – through innovation and co-operation
  • Sector-wide involvement – through collaboration with agencies

Our Mission

To provide a holistic, innovative and pro-active response to the challenges confronting people directly and indirectly affected by viral hepatitis.

Our Board

The Board exists under the Hepatitis Queensland Constitution for the governance of Hepatitis Queensland. Board ensures that we maintain a strategic direction that will ensure sustainability of the Hepatitis Queensland.

RESPONSIBILITIES

How can I be involved?

By becoming a Hepatitis Queensland member, you will be a key part of our organisation and, as members, Hepatitis Queensland will strive to keep you up-to-date through:

  • Newsletters
  • Information about Hepatitis Queensland activities
  • Opportunities to respond to viral hepatitis in Queensland
  • Representation by the Board and staff of Hepatitis Queensland
  • Attendance at Annual & General meetings
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About Us

Click here to read our service brochure.

Welcome to Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is a not-for-profit, non-government, community organisation. We provide:

  • A FREE confidential telephone information and support service
  • Education and training to organizations, schools and businesses
  • Support groups and information evenings and events
  • FREE brochures, fact-sheets, DVD's and newsletters on viral hepatitis
  • and much, much more

We are open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (except public holidays), and our services are free and confidential.

People also do volunteer work with Hepatitis Qld and can make tax-deductible donations.

If you do not live in Queensland you can contact the local Hepatitis Council in your state or territory. The national peak body for all these councils is Hepatitis Australia, which is based in Canberra.

About Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland is an incorporated, community based, consumer focussed, non-government organisation which recognises the diversity of, and represents, the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.

Similar Hepatitis Councils exist in most States and Territories of Australia and all Councils are affiliated with the Hepatitis Australia, the national peak body based in Canberra. Hepatitis Queensland is Queensland’s primary response to viral hepatitis in Queensland.

Vision

A Queensland free from the affects of viral hepatitis.

Our Values

  • Clients – supporting and empowering our clients in an inclusive way, avoiding value judgments
  • Staff – as individuals; and their performance and development as professionals
  • Volunteers – as individuals; and in community development
  • Confidentiality – complying with high ethical standards and a code of conduct
  • Quality Service Delivery – state-wide, accessible and pro-active
  • Accurate representation – in individual and systemic advocacy
  • Independent Governance
  • Current and accurate information resources
  • Continuous improvement – through innovation and co-operation
  • Sector-wide involvement – through collaboration with agencies

Our Mission

To provide a holistic, innovative and pro-active response to the challenges confronting people directly and indirectly affected by viral hepatitis.

Our Board

The Board exists under the Hepatitis Queensland Constitution for the governance of Hepatitis Queensland. Board ensures that we maintain a strategic direction that will ensure sustainability of the Hepatitis Queensland.

RESPONSIBILITIES

How can I be involved?

By becoming a Hepatitis Queensland member, you will be a key part of our organisation and, as members, Hepatitis Queensland will strive to keep you up-to-date through:

  • Newsletters
  • Information about Hepatitis Queensland activities
  • Opportunities to respond to viral hepatitis in Queensland
  • Representation by the Board and staff of Hepatitis Queensland
  • Attendance at Annual & General meetings
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