CSRH Consortium Workshops

The CSRH Consortium for the Promotion of Health and Wellbeing at the Margins (formerly the Consortium for Social and Policy Research in HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases) was established in 2003 and has continued in various incarnations to the present day.

To support the health workforce in NSW, the Consortium has previously offered the following workshops co-organised by CSRH and sector partners:

Workshop 5: Hepatitis C: prioritising patient involvement in care and treatment (2012)

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Workshop 4: Where we’ve been, where we are, what’s in the future? Working with Aboriginal communities to improve HIV, STI and BBV outcomes: access, respect, partnership and success (2011)

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Workshop 3: The culture of prevention: hepatitis C among people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (2010)  

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Workshop 2: Exploring recovery from heroin dependency (2010)

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Workshop 1: Doing time: BBV health research, practice and possibilities for improved outcomes for people in the NSW prison population (2010)

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