Hepatitis Resources

Hepatitis Victoria stocks a large variety of printed resources produced both by our organisation and by other hepatitis organisations. You can order resources by filling out the online Resource Order Form.

Resources produced by Hepatitis Victoria

NEW! Videos and postcards for Chinese and Vietnamese Communities.  
Click here to view video in Mandarin
Click to view videos in Cantonese: Marion Lau or Dr Chris Leung
Download Chinese Postcard (English) / Download Chinese Postcard (in Simplified Chinese)
Download Factsheet (Chinese)
Click here to view video in Vietnamese
Download Vietnamese Postcard (English) / Download Vietnamese Postcard (in Vietnamese)
Download Factsheet (Vietnamese)

Fast Facts: The latest facts and data on hepatitis C and B rates, transmission and health impacts. 

Impact: Originally produced by Hepatitis Victoria in 2000, Impact remains our most popular resource.
It is an easy to read guide providing an overview of hepatitis C, including transmission, natural history,
symptom management and treatment options.

The new updated 2012 edition is now available to be ordered by phone, 03 9380 4644, via our resource order form available on this page, or email us at admin@hepvic.org.au

Aboriginal video & poster: Click here to view video, Our mob and hepatitis, and here to download poster which features Aboriginal artwork and is designed to inform Aboriginal people about how to access services for hepatitis C support and treatment.

Hep B: It's Everyones Business: Part of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander hepatitis
awareness program. The brochure provides information on four issues around hepatitis B:
B Active, B Tested, B Vaccinated and B Well.


Good Liver magazine: This is our quarterly newsletter, providing in-depth articles, interviews and
reports, as well as detailing upcoming events, support groups, Liver Clinics, and other items likely to be of interest to our members. Good Liver is the main line of contact between Hepatitis Victoria and our
members. A major attraction to readers is the ‘My Story’ section.

Treatment Side Effect Management Guide: This guide has been designed to help anyone on treatment to understand and manage hepatitis C treatment side effects. As a reference guide it can be used to check on hepatitis C treatment side effects as they occur to learn what steps can be taken to manage them.

Love your liver: Living well with hepatitis C: A DVD resource developed specifically for an Aboriginal audience. The original concept and script for this film was developed by Hepatitis Victoria, VACCHO and VAHS. It features Aunty Shirley Blackwood, Muriel Spearim and an interview with Uncle Jack Charles. It is narrated by Isaac Drandic.

Yarning about hep C: A follow up DVD resource to the ‘Love your liver: Living well with hepatitis C’.
In this short film, Aboriginal people talk about their experiences on deciding whether to have treatment, where to access treatment information, and their experiences on treatment.
Hepatitis Victoria, VACCHO and VAHS produced this DVD.

Embargoed (28 July, 2014): A blueprint for action to ensure all Australians with chronic hepatitis B and C are diagnosed.

Liver Assessment Factsheet: A regular liver check-up - Simple, easy... and it could save your life.

 

Body Art Info Card: How to avoid getting hep B, hep C or HIV. A foldable wallet size information card for your next piece of tattoo or body art. The card gives you the information to decide whether the artist and/or shop you are going to knows about infection control.

Posters

Hepatitis Infoline World Hepatitis Day Body Art - Piercing Body Art - Tattooing

We also have Infosheets on the following topics:

Other documents:

In addition, we stock resources printed by Hepatitis Australia including:

If you would like more information about hepatitis resources, call the Hepatitis Infoline on 1800 703 003 or fill out our Resource Order Form.