Community Mobilisation Volunteers

# of HBV Community Mobilisation Volunteers engaged

5Dec 2017

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Story Behind the Curve

September 2017: 4 new volunteer recruited through hep B Free society and UNSW

July 217: One volunteer moves overseas

April 2017: Second hep B Mobilisation Volunteer recruited

February 2017: First hep B Community Mobilisation Volunteer recruited

September 2016: B in the the know campaign created community awareness of our work in hepatitis B


Partners

Royal North Shore Hospital

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Australian Asian Cultural Association

What Works

Participation in Chinese and Korean community health events

Ads in Seek volunteer and in The Champion generate interest but have not yet resulted in recuitment

First Community Forum held on 1 April 2017 to recruit volunteers from Sydney's North Shore

Second Community Forum held on 11 May 2017 to recruit volunteers from Sydney's Inner West


Action Plan

Language and cultural barriers continue to make it challenging to recruit hep B Community Mobilisation Volunteers. Broadening the reach to affected families may help to attract volunteers. New hep B campaign targeting people of child bearing age should create possibilities for enagement.

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