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Description

The Inaugural Team HBV Collegiate Conference, organized by the ALC, brings together individuals representing Team HBV chapters worldwide, Jade Ribbon Campaign advocates, and hepatitis B and liver cancer experts. The conference provides a professional forum for Team HBV chapters to share insights, best practices, and strategies to advance hepatitis B outreach, education, and communication. The conference is an excellent opportunity to receive updated hepatitis B news and legislation, network with other chapters, and advance the future of hepatitis B and liver cancer outreach education.

The 1st Annual Team HBV Conference 2009 Program will include:

Hepatitis B Knowledge: Dr. Samuel So, Director of the Asian Liver Center, will also welcome the Team HBV Chapters and provide an overview of the latest hepatitis B and liver cancer knowledge at the beginning of the conference that will include the updates in knowledge and legislation.

Web 2.0 and Social Networking: The Asian Liver Center would be honored to have Mr Ping Chao from the Ping and Amy Chao Family Foundation speak to the Team HBV Chapters about the East Villagers website, including its conception, utilization and function as it pertains to their individuals chapters and Team HBV as a whole.

Student Presentations: In order to give chapter presentations, collegiate chapter members must submit abstracts to the ALC; the abstracts will then be selected for oral or poster presentations. Student presentations give the chapters a formal opportunity to share their local activities.

Workshops: ALC Staff will conduct several workshops during the conference that will highlight various outreach skills and evaluation tools that Team HBV Chapter can utilize to improve their campus and community outreach and education. Topics will cover community outreach, health marketing, budget and finance, logistics and operations, and advocacy and political involvement.

Strategy Sharing: Sunday morning will be dedicated for conference participants will have the opportunity to share insights, best practices and strategies to advance hepatitis B outreach, education and communication.

International Students: Additional activities will be planned for the visiting students from China, including a visit to see the clinics and projects of the SF Hep B Free Campaign.

Project Date/Time

11/13/2009 5:00 PM to 11/15/2009 2:00 PM

Host

Asian Liver Center at Stanford University

Location

Stanford University

Project Type


Focus

Health and Medicine
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1619 views - 3 comments - created 5 year(s) ago
Not sure if Team HBV already has something like this, but some of us would like to see some jade balloons! The ALC has red balloons with the Asian Liver Center logo, and it'd be great to have this resource for our outreach events. Maybe we can all ban together and get a bulk order of speci...

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The Team HBV Collegiate Chapters raise awareness about hepatitis B, promote the ideals of the Jade Ribbon Campaign, and ultimately strive to better the health and general welfare of the student body and the local community as it pertains to hepatitis B and liver cancer. The nationally active Team...

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The Team HBV Collegiate Chapters raise awareness about hepatitis B, promote the ideals of the Jade Ribbon Campaign, and ultimately strive to better the health and general welfare of the student body and the local community as it pertains to hepatitis B and liver cancer. The nationally active Tea...
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By JianZheng
Congratulations to all Team HBV Collegiate Chapters for winning the first place on the EV Thanksgiving Points Challenge, with a total of 128,054 points! The top 3 chapters with most points are Harvard, Stanford, and Berkeley, hence each will receive a large portion of the award. C...

By jzhang8
Team HBV Stanford plans out the year!  Thanks Michelle for taking notes.    NOTES: NOVEMBER 15, 2009

By beicatech
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By shihandai
A rough transcript of what we talked about today regarding Hep B Day at UC Berkeley during this past May. The idea here is really to share this simple activity we tried out on our campus that was both interactive and educational. Rebecca or David can comment if I made any major mist...

By shihandai
"Late Night Edition": hah, made you look. Let's get down to business. (mulan style) Coming to the conference really does do strange things to my sleeping pattern, not that it was particularly regular to begin with... but anyway, I realize that this is probably one of a million...

By ataniguchi
So, our live-streaming party ended a bit later than expected just because we were having so much fun!  Here's a bit of what we learned from the portion of the conference that we watched: 0 false

By beicatech
Lei Chuang. The guy's amazing, hilarious, and super passionate about spreading Hepatitis B awareness and making sure that people get screened and educated about Hepatitis B. He definitely takes extreme steps to really get people to notice the problems of Hepatitis B from doing performa...

By beicatech
One of the best things about the Team HBV National Conference is having the opportunity to meet and mingle with the Team HBV China Chapters. It's so interesting hearing about their different experiences as between the US and China, there is most definitely a difference in focus and yet...

By JianZheng
 We just heard from student presenters of U.S. Team HBV Collegiate Chapters and China Sunshine Volunteer Chapters. They were all wonderful =) We all have learned a lot from each other's experiences and event strategies, and now we are more equipped and prepared to organize success...

By jzhang8
I've seen a few groups now who have used performance art in their approach to hep B outreach.  They've been really inspiring!  From dance performances, spoken word pieces, hugging campaigns, these ideas are eye-catching and memorable.  Now I really want to incorporate el...
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Organization: Team HBV

77 members

Team HBV is the international coalition of student organizations and volunteers working with the Asian Liver Center to spread awareness about hepatitis B and liver cancer to their schools and communities. Team HBV is the organizational structure that works to promote the Jade Ribbon Campaign.
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Team HBV National Conference: Day 2
6 photos - updated 5 year(s) ago by Rebecca Hu
Inaugural Conference @ Stanford University 11/13-15
25 photos - updated 5 year(s) ago by Jennifer Yang
Day 1
5 photos - updated 5 year(s) ago by Rebecca Hu
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