Speaker Program

% of attendees who report a positive change in attitudes towards a person living with viral hepatitis

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Story Behind the Curve

Q4 2019:

Consistently high satisifaction with speaker service through October and November, 2019. 

Q3 2019:

Audiences attending speaker presentations reported the speaker's story had a positive impacted on their attitudes toward people affected by HCV.

Q2 2019:

All evaluations from audiences who attended speaker sessions, in this quarter, demonstrated a positive change in their attitude toward people living with hepatitis.

Q1 2019:

Positive change in attitude toward people living with hep C was reported by all attendees.  

Q4 2018:

In the final quarter of 2018 audience evaluations reported a positive change in attitudes towards a person living with hepatitis.

Q3 2018:

All audience members reported an improved attitude toward people living with hepaatitis according to threir feedbck on the speaker's presentation.

Q2 2018;

All audience members who attended a speaker presentation, whether it was a community or work force event, reported a positive change toward people living with hepatitis.

Q1 2018:

Feedback from participants reported a positive change in attitudes towards a person living with hepatitis and the speaker's story added a human element to the clinical knowledge gained.

Q4 2017:

Feedback from audience members in the final quarter of 2017 demonstrated they could attribute a positive change in attitude towards people living with hep C after hearing the speaker’s story.

Q3 2017:

All participants reported a positive change in attitudes towards persons living with hepatitis which the participants attributed to the speaker's presentation.

Q2 2017:

A consistent 100% of audience/attendees reported a positive change in their attitude toward people living with hepatitis throughout 2016-17.

Q1 2017:

Audiences attending speaker presentations reported the speaker's story had a positive impacted on their attitudes toward people affected by HCV.

Q4 2016:

The speaker's stories remain a powerful positive influence on the audiences' attitude toward individuals affected by hepatitis according to the feedback received in the final quarter of 2016.

Q3 2016:

All feedback from people attending C-een & Heard presentations report that they experienced a positive change in attitude towards people living with hepatitis

Q2 2016:

In the second quarter we have continued to demonstrate a trend in the audience’s feedback that their knowledge around hepatitis has increased as a result of the speaker’s lived-experience presentation. We believe this trend is due to the speaker’s increased knowledge on new treatment opportunity. HNSW’s continuous reporting on new treatment developments and information sharing across all program workers and the successful completion of the annual C-een & Heard training in May has provided the peer worker with the latest up-to-date new DAA treatment information providing the speakers with a platform to promote treatment engagement and adherence in the future.

Q1 2016:

A response rate of 100% of attendees reported a positive change in attitudes towards a person living with hepatitis which is a steady average for the beginning of 2016.

Q4 2015:

The average respondent rate of 98% of individuals reported ‘positive change towards a person living with hepatitis’ which the attendees attributed to the speaker’s engaging lived experience delivery.

Q3 2015:

We amended the response section in our survey based on analysis of the feedback captured in July, we wanted to ensure we were capturing our audience responses accurately. This slight alteration is reflective in the increase in the % of audience responses received in August and September.

July 2015:

80% positive change in attitude was reported in July, although 20% reported no change in attitude this may be attributed to them not having a negative attitude towards people living with Hepatitis in the first place. The overall feedback responses received were positive indicating that there could have been more people in this cohort with a positive attitude.

Q2 2015:

Financial Year 2014-15: 97% of audience report positive change in attitudes towards people living with hep C.

Q1 2015:

60% of audience reported a change of attitude towards people living with hep c. Most people who reported that their attitude remained the same explained in their comment box that they have never stigmatised people living with hep c. In March we had an increase of 100% in change in attitudes towards people living with hep c. Many education sessions were carried out in the rural areas with 7 sessions in rural settings and 3 metro.

73% reported a change of attitude with a 23.85 reporting attitude remained the same as they do not stigmatise. Only 3.85% did not change their attitude.

Q4 2014:

Our trained speakers tailor make their talks to suit the participants.Refresher courses prepare the speakers to deliver their talks in a professional manner.Some participants who had negative attitudes to people living with hep C change by the time the speaker finishes their talk. We have recorded an average of 96% change in attitude towards people living with hep c in this quarter.

Q3 2014:

We had a drop from 94% in August to 83% of positive change in aptitudes towards a person living with hep c because some participants expressed that their attitude has remained the same as they are aware and do not stigmatise people living with hep c. However, C& H talks still help in changing attitudes of health care workers towards people living with hep c. The talks gives a twist to hep c presentations and a lot of participants have shown that they had no idea about how attitude may further negatively impact on people living with hep c.

Partners

January to March 2015

Liver Clinics like RPA, St George, St Vincent,Concord Hospital ,Macquaire Hospital . We work with other partners ;WHOs Rozelle,Parklea prison,Notre Dame,Come in Centre,The Hub Mt Druit,Justice Health,HARP Team,Sydney LHD,NAPWA,Aboriginal Medical Service Western Sydney,Kingswood School,Substance Org,Youth off the streets,Youth Health AOD Community,Granville Community Centre,Needle and Syringe Program,Prince Henry Community Centre and many more.

October to December 2014

Our partners remain the same as above as we have built long lasting relationships.

Liver Clinics like RPA, St George, St Vincent,Concord Hospital ,Macquaire Hospital . We work with other partners ;WHOs Rozelle,Parklea prison,Notre Dame,Come in Centre,The Hub Mt Druit,Justice Health,HARP Team,Sydney LHD,NAPWA,Aboriginal Medical Service Western Sydney,Kingswood School,Substance Org,Youth off the streets,Youth Health AOD Community,Granville Community Centre,Needle and Syringe Program,Prince Henry Community Centre and many more.

July to September 2014

Liver Clinics like RPA, St George, St Vincent,Concord Hospital ,Macquaire Hospital . We work with other partners ;WHOs Rozelle,Parklea prison,Notre Dame,Come in Centre,The Hub Mt Druit,Justice Health,HARP Team,Sydney LHD,NAPWA,Aboriginal Medical Service Western Sydney,Kingswood School,Substance Org,Youth off the streets,Youth Health AOD Community,Granville Community Centre,Needle and Syringe Program,Prince Henry Community Centre and many more.

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