Hepatitis and liver cancer outcomes in general practice – an intervention collaboration (HepLOGIC)
HepLOGIC aims to improve the identification and care of people at risk of liver cancer in general practice. Central to the project is a pilot and feasibility study to test a digital clinical decision-support system that uses data from general practice records to prompt risk-based testing and support the clinical care of people living with chronic viral hepatitis.
- Program Manager, WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis
- Viral Infectious Diseases
- Public Health, Clinical and health systems research
- Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory (VIDRL), WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis
- Lab Group(s):
- Cowie Group
Amelia is based at the WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis within VIDRL, where she manages the Victorian Cancer Agency-funded study Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Outcomes in Public Health: an Intervention Collaboration (HepLOGIC). Amelia has a background in microbiology and extensive experience in public health policy, program development, research and health communications. Her work has spanned molecular biology, environmental health and infectious diseases. Amelia has previously held positions at the Victorian Department of Health, the University of Melbourne and Deakin University.