About Olga

Professor Olga Golubovska, MD, PhD has received the MD diploma at Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv, Ukraine in 1991. After the graduation of the University and completion of residency in Infectious Diseases she started to work at the ID Department of  Bogomolets National Medical University at the position of assistant. She was granted a PhD diploma in infectious diseases in 2002.

She is a practicing infectious diseases specialist, being currently a head (since 2009) at the Department of Infectious Diseases of Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Professor Golubovska is Chief Infectious Disease specialist of Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine, Editor-in-Chief of "Clinical infectology and parasitology (international scientific journal)" Member of the editorial boards of medical journals "Hepatology" and "Tuberculosis, lung diseases and HIV infection". She is the author of more than 200 papers.

Her research focuses on viral hepatitis, HIV infection, malaria and travel medicine, influenza and vaccine-controlled diseases.

This speaker will be presenting at the following session(s)

  • Delivering high quality hepatitis services

    Ballroom 4

    Day: 2 November

    Time: 14:00

    Chair: Liudmyla Maistat, Medicines Patent Pool and Prof. Njoya Oudou, Research Laboratory on Viral Hepatitis and Health Communication

    Presentations:

    • Australia hepatitis service delivery model.
    • Prof. Margaret Hellard, Burnet Institute, The Alfred Hospital and Monash University, Australia
    • HCV testing, treatment and care of people who inject drugs
    • Abigael Lukhwaro, Médecins du Monde
      Sergii Filippovych, Alliance for Public Health
      Prof. David Goldberg, Health Protection Scotland
    • Integrating hepatitis into public health services.
      Prof. Olga Golubovska, Bogomolets National Medical University and Ministry of Health, Ukraine
    • HBV services and indigenous people.
    • Dr. Brian McMahon, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
    • Q & A session.

    Session objectives:

    • Review examples of service delivery models for different population groups.
    • Discuss gaps in HBV vaccination, HBV and HCV testing, diagnosis, treatment and care cascade for key populations in different settings and possible solutions to filling in the gaps.
    • Assess the role of case management; peer-to-peer support in community-based or community oriented service delivery.