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Videos

Dancing in the Rain

(Video – 6.24 min)

Dancing in the Rain is a short film, which follows TK and his family as he learns about hepatitis B after the death of his mother. A big thanks to Hepatitis Queensland for giving us permission to promote this material.

You don’t wanna mess with me

(Video – 4 min)

MC Hep C lets you in on his plans to get into your bloodstream and what he’ll do when he gets there. This animation, inspired by street art, takes you on on a journey inside and outside the human body. Using a hip hop song written and performed by young men in custody, it presents key information about hepatitis C.

Hepatitis B: It’s time to get tested

(Video – 30 sec)

Hepatitis B – Family Business: What You Need to Know (Chin)

(Video – 17 min)

HepatitisWA has produced this video to encourage Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities and other groups to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to get tested, choose healthy lifestyles, promote healthy environments and create safer communities around viral hepatitis.

Hepatitis C Cure

(Video – 29 seconds)

Did you know there are 180,000 people living with hepatitis C in Australia? New treatments are now available with a 95% cure rate. To learn more contact HepatitisWA or discuss with your GP.

Hepatitis B – Family Business: What You Need to Know (Chin)

(Video – 17 min)

HepatitisWA has produced this video to encourage Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities and other groups to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to get tested, choose healthy lifestyles, promote healthy environments and create safer communities around viral hepatitis.

Spread the Cure

(Video – 3 mins)

Get tested, get treated, get talking, spread the cure. Video produced by MSD Hepatology.

My promise to myself this year is to get rid of hep C

(Video – 30 sec)

Hepatitis C Cure is available with a cure 95% cure rate. Hep C testing and treatments can be accessed through the Deen Clinic. Learn more here

Joel speaks on new hepatitis C treatments

(Video – 2.35 min)

1st March 2016, marks a new era for people living with hepatitis C in Australia. New hepatitis C treatments have become available via the PBS (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme). Joel (a man living with hepatitis C) talks to HepatitisWA, about what that means to him. For more information call the HepatitisWA Helpline on 9328 8538 (metro) or 1800 800 070 (country).

Hepatitis B – Family Business: What You Need to Know (English)

(Video – 17 min)

HepatitisWA has produced this video to encourage Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities and other groups to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to get tested, choose healthy lifestyles, promote healthy environments and create safer communities around viral hepatitis.

Hepatitis B – Family Business: What You Need to Know (Karen)

(Video – 17 min)

HepatitisWA has produced this video to encourage Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities and other groups to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to get tested, choose healthy lifestyles, promote healthy environments and create safer communities around viral hepatitis.

Hep C and treatments

(Video – 1.09 min)

Learn about Hep C and why treatment matters.

Hepatitis Awareness Campaign

(Video – 3.23 min)

headspace Bunbury bring a clever animation to promote safe tattooing!

Together we are strong

(Video – 6 min)

Made for prisoners by prisoners, this animated film travels from a remote Vietnamese village to the streets of Melbourne, into prison and out again. It combines vital health information with an evocative representation of Vietnamese culture.

Hepatitis B – Family Business: What You Need to Know (Burmese)

(Video – 17 min)

HepatitisWA has produced this video to encourage Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities and other groups to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to get tested, choose healthy lifestyles, promote healthy environments and create safer communities around viral hepatitis.