The International Workshop in Ho Chi Minh City, co-organized by HKU-Pasteur and supported by the Pasteur Foundation Asia and Institut Francais, is going well, focusing this year on viral hepatitis, an international public health challenge, comparable to other major communicable diseases, including HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
Students and faculty, hosted by Institut Pasteur in Ho Chi Minh City, are working on the synergies between viral hepatitis and other health issues, and reviewing the hepatitis response with emphasis on regional approaches.
Discussing guidelines and best therapeutic options at the Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Elimination of Viral Hepatitis workshop in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, with trainers from all over Asia and sub-Saharan Afica.
"Thanks for organizing this amazing and productive workshop.
I have learnt a lot from the trainers and all the participants across the region. This will assist in our work definitely.
Again thanks Pasteur Institute, WHO team and all the supporters for everything throughout
this whole week. Thanks all the participants for this great experience and hospitality."
Aye Aye Khaing, Hepatitis Victoria, Australia
"Thank you very much for providing us such great workshop this year,
and also thank you all speakers for your kind and patient response to
number of questions from us particularly from me.
Once again, I will work for this problem in my population my setting as much as possible.
Thank you very much!"
Tawatchai Apidechkul, Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand
"Thank you for a such useful and wonderful workshop. There are many inspirations I got from the experience." Mugi Wahidin, National Institute of Health Research and Development , MoH Indonesia "Thanks dear trainers and thanks all friends trainees, it is indeed an enriching experiences and great opportunities to learn from you and got to know everyone." Youlet BY, Fondation Merieux and University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh, Cambodia "My sincere thanks and congratulations to Pasteur, the faculty and support team of this course for the success of this training course. It was indeed an enriching experience, both on information and network with new colleagues and future partners. I wish you and your institution more success and commitment in improving more areas of work and building network of people with common goal." Maria Nerissa N. Dominguez, MD, MPH, WHO-Philippines, Manila,Philippines "Thanks for organizing this Great workshop. I have learnt a lot from the lecturers and other participants. Thanks Pasteur Institute for everything throughout this whole week." Agus Handito, Directorate General of Disease Control, Ministry of Health "The workshop was educational, fun and inspiring and I think left everyone with a strong sense of purpose. I thought you both chaired it excellently and managed to make a broad group feel empowered and involved." Barney Flower, Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam