The National Hepatitis C Strategy 1999-2000 to 2003-2004
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED: The National Hepatitis C Strategy 1999-2000 to 2003-2004 was launched in June 2000 by the Federal Minister for Health and Aged Care. The Strategy has two primary aims to reduce the transmission of hepatitis C in Australia, and to minimise the personal and social impacts of hepatitis C infection.
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Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged CareThe Strategy has two primary aims:
- to reduce the transmission of hepatitis C in Australia;
- to minimise the personal and social impacts of hepatitis C infection.
- to reduce transmission of hepatitis C in the community;
- to improve treatments for hepatitis C infection;
- to assist people with hepatitis C to maintain their health and provide care and support to those affected by hepatitis C; and
- to prevent discrimination against people affected by hepatitis C and reduce the stigma and isolation experienced by them.
- developing partnerships and involving affected communities
- access and equity
- harm reduction
- health promotion
- research and surveillance
- linked strategies and infrastructures
- Issues Related to the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Infection
- Hepatitis C Infection in Non-Australian Born Populations in Australia
- Hepatitis C Infection in Indigenous Communities in Australia
- The Epidemiology of Hepatitis C Infection in Prison Populations
- Natural History of Hepatitis C Virus Infection
- Occupational Exposure to Hepatitis C in Health Care Settings
- Hepatitis C and Discrimination
- Hepatitis C Virologs
The National Hepatitis C Strategy 1999-2000 to 2003-2004 (PDF 233 KB)
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