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The Asia and Pacific Alliance to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis (APAVH) is a new global initiative established in November 2008, by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University (ALC) to create a sustainable transnational public private partnership to eliminate viral hepatitis infection and reduce the complications of chronic viral hepatitis through education, advocacy, prevention, vaccination, and access to care and treatment. Public-private partnerships allow capitalizing on partners’ scientific experience, strengthening weaknesses, and building collaborations and sustainability that can produce better outcomes than otherwise possible. By forging a collaborative network of partnering orga... (more)
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When: 7/25/2009 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
11 Supporters - led by Alison Chiang - updated 4 year(s) ago
The development of the Know HBV online training and certification tool specifically designed for nursing students stems from the need for comprehensive instruction regarding hepatitis B in the current nursing school curriculum offered in both the United States and in China. Nurse education consi...

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United States

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China

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Health and Medicine

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English
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Alison's Profile
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Member Rank: Officer
Alina's Profile
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Ang's Profile
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Alana's Profile
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Elizabeth's Profile
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Frank's Profile
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Greg's Profile
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Alena's Profile
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Member Rank: Owner
Harold's Profile
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Huy's Profile
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Marianne's Profile
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Elisabeth's Profile
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Jian's Profile
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Jing's Profile
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By ataniguchi
Tonight, Andy, Michelle, and I went to the CSA staff meeting to present Team HBV in hopes of gaining their support and getting permission to speak at their club's general meeting.  Andy did all of the talking and Michelle and I were there for moral support!  We seemed to get ...

By groopman
 Hello everyone!   Today is the last day of the 4th GAVI Parnters' Forum in Hanoi, Vietnam.  We just heard a talk this morning by Andrew Witty, CEO of GSK, which was an interesting discussion of how GAVI has developed new business models for vaccine manufactu...

By groopman
 Hello everyone!   I am currently at the GAVI Partners' Forum in Hanoi, Vietnam, learning tons and networking with some incredible individuals. What an innovative partnership between various partners and countries. The Asia and Pacific Alliance to Eliminate Viral Hepatiti...

By groopman
 Hello everyone!   Just wanted to say Sai Jiao (hello) from HANOI, VIETNAM!   I just arrived this morning after the 14 hour flight to Taipei and then the 4 hour flight to Hanoi (clearly I slept basically the entire way on both flights thanks to my sleep deprivat...

By groopman
 Hello East Villagers!   I am currently on my way to Hanoi , Vietnam , for the 4 th Annual GAVI Partner’s Forum, which begins tomorrow.   After a 14 hour flight (in which I literally slept for 12 hours thanks to the lack of sleep during the Team HBV Conferenc...

By groopman
  OCT. 19, 2009 Increased hepatitis vaccination in China would save thousands of lives, hundreds of millions of dollars, Stanford study shows BY DAVID ORENSTEIN Aaron Kuo-Deemer Although Chiina aims to give all newborns free h

By groopman
The Clinton Global Initiative - Asia and President Bill Clinton recognized the Asia and Pacific Alliance to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis (APAVH) at the CGI Asia Meeting on December 2, 2008.  To view the Commitment to Action, visit: http://www.clintonglobalinitiative.org//Page.aspx?p...

By groopman
The Asian Liver Center at Stanford University and the Asia and Pacific Alliance to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis (APAVH) are beginning to work on a new nursing education project in China in partnership with the Shandong University School of Nursing.  We are beginning to gather backgro...

By groopman
Viral hepatitis represents one of the most neglected pandemics in the world.  Without global attention, 1 in 12 people in the world have become chronically infected with hepatitis B and C, 350 million people have become chronically infected with hepatitis B and 170 million peop...