AHA Membership

AHA membership is wide-ranging and growing, encompassing many specialist areas in a variety of settings. These include:

  • Hepatitis B and C treatment and care
  • chronic liver disease and chronic disease management
  • liver transplantation
  • liver cancer
  • sexual health
  • mental health
  • drug and alcohol
  • infectious diseases
  • indigenous health
  • culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) health service
  • prison health centres
  • nutrition

Qualification for membership of the AHA

Membership of the Association is open to recognised health professionals involved and /or working within the field of hepatology.

Membership categories include:

1. Ordinary Member

A person who is a registered health professional in Australia or New Zealand and who is engaged in or with a strong interest in the speciality of hepatology in either a clinical, educational, research, managerial, or supervisory capacity and agrees to support the purposes of the Association. An Ordinary Member is entitled to receive all notices of general meetings sent by the board, attend, speak at and vote on all motions put before that meeting.

2. Associate Member

A person who is not entitled to be an Ordinary Member but has an interest in the specialty of hepatology and agrees to support the purposes of the Association. An Associate Member is entitled to receive all notices of general meetings sent by the board, attend, speak at but not vote on any motion put before that meeting.