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Hepatitis C Trust, 27 Crosby Row, London SE1 3YD
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All workshops run from 10.30am to 4.30pm
To secure a place on a workshop we ask for a refundable £20 deposit - if by cheque this is returned to you at the Health Day or if you choose to pay online will be refunded to your account on the next working day.
To book and pay online using a credit/debit card click here
To have a booking form posted to you or if you have any questions please call Catherine Corr on 0207 089 6220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The HEPATITIS C HEALTH DAY is a FREE one day workshop run by patients with extensive knowledge of the virus, doing treatment and living with the virus.
The workshop is suitable for anyone affected by hepatitis C - just diagnosed, those who have chosen not to do treatment, for whom treatment is contra-indicated, for whom treatment has failed, waiting to do treatment, on treatment, friends or family who wish to learn more and give support and also professionals working with people with hepatitis C.
As well as learning accurate and up to date information about the virus and how to look after yourself the day is also supportive and fun plus the food is delicous! Come and spend time with people who understand how you feel.
The Workshop Covers:
- What Hepatitis C is
- The Liver
- Symptoms of Hepatitis C
- Positive Attitude
- Stress Management
- Energy Management
- Healthy and tasty organic lunch, fresh juices and snacks
“I found the whole day well structured and informative. A difficult subject was made fun and uplifting and the fact that they had firsthand experience of the illness was invaluable”.
“The diet section made me feel really motivated”
“To hear other people’s experiences helped me as I don’t feel so alone with it all”
“I would recommend that hepatitis C nurse specialists attend a workshop if they can. I was surprised by how much I gained from the day and can now wholeheartedly recommend the workshop to my patients and am equipped myself to offer more information on lifestyle changes that can really help improve living with the disease”.
Beverly Clark - Hepatitis C Nurse Specialist Maidstone Hospital Health Day Workshop –18.11.2006