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How health professionals can get involved

If you are working in liver health we’d love to hear from you to see how we can work together to improve liver health in your area. There are many ways you can get involved at a national level too. Email to find out more.

Become a spokesperson

We always need Hepatologists and specialist Liver Nurses who are happy to talk to the media about liver related stories. We also take part in and run various campaigns throughout the year, which you could be involved in. Email to get involved.

Help coordinate support groups

Patients regularly contact us asking where their nearest support group is. Contact us to see how you could help set up a support group or refer your patients to an existing group, or how to encourage one of your patients to set up a support group.

Help to encourage media volunteers

The Trust is always interested to hear real life stories of those who have been affected by liver disease. It helps bring facts to life and enables us to raise more awareness. You can help by putting forward willing patients as media volunteers.

We have a free leaflet available for people who may be considering this, for hard copies please email or call 01425 481320.

Raise funds and awareness

Many health professionals support the charity by fundraising for us each year. From overseas treks to coffee mornings, however you’d like to raise funds will be very much appreciated. The support of nurses, doctors and consultants is vital for all of our work. Email to discuss fundraising for British Liver Trust, or to run a Love Your Liver event in your local area.

Keep in touch

To make sure we can keep you up to date with the latest liver news, please make sure we have your correct contact details. Having up to date contact details for all liver specialists throughout the country is very important to us as a charity. To update your details please email