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The AHA is the peak professional body representing Australian and New Zealand hepatology nurses and allied health professionals. The AHA is dedicated to ensuring excellenve in the care and management of people affected by liver disease. AHA membership is open to nurses and allied health professionals involved and/or working within the field of hepatology in Australia and New Zealand.

Hepatology nursing is wide ranging and draws members from many specialist areas including Hepatitis B and C treatment and care, chronic liver disease, liver transplantation, liver cancer, sexual health, drug and alcohol, infectious diseases and correctional centres.

Since its inception in 2002, the AHA has rapidly become the voice of hepatology nurses and is building its capacity to provide continuing professional development, educational resources, support and networking opportunities. The AHA is committed to increasing awareness of the role of hepatology nurses and allied health members and to be a dynamic and vibrant organisation for its members.

The AHA encourages its members to contribute to the Association and relies on the involvement of many member volunteers, providing members with the opportunity to shape the future direction of the Association and hepatology nursing in Australia and New Zealand.

The AHA has 170 members in all state of Australia and New Zealand.

Contact:

Debra D'Arcy, Board Representative
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Megan Phelps, Vice President
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Website: http://hepatologyassociation.com.au/