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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference is the leading Asia - Pacific meeting addressing research and treatment around Viral Hepatitis. The conference is held biennially and was first held in Sydney in 1997 and then subsequently in Christchurch (NZ) in 1999, Melbourne in 2002, Canberra in 2004 (back-to-back with the ASHM Conference), Sydney in 2006 and Brisbane in 2008 (back-to back with the Australian Gastroenterology Week) and most recently in Melbourne in 2010.
The Conference currently attracts around 450 delegates from the viral hepatitis sector including Viral Hepatitis Specialists, Gastroenterologists, Physicians, General Practitioners, Nurses, Social Workers, Community Workers, Educators, Pharmaceutical Company Representatives, Basic Scientists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Researchers, National/State & Territory Government Agency Personnel, Non-Government Organisations Personnel, Regional/Area Health Authority Personnel, People Living with Viral Hepatitis.
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