Dried Blood Spot DBS testing – new ways for hep C testing and treatment
Hepatitis C screening is part and parcel of the work we do in the non government AOD sector. How can we support our clients to get tested and treated for hep C while they’re engaging in our service?
Dried Blood Spot (DBS) testing is a new program that offers an easy, self-sampling option for anyone wishing to have a hep C test. Join us on this webinar to develop a deeper understanding of testing options and treatment pathways for hep C, and hear from a NADA member on their experience setting their service up as a DBS test site.
Watch this video to:
increase your understanding of hep C testing and treatment pathways
gain an understanding of the DBS program and how to support clients to get tested
understand how to integrate hep C testing and treatment at your organisation.
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