About Tran Dai

Dr Tran Dai Quang is an epidemiologist. He owns master degree and PhD in Public Health. Dr Quang currently works at General Department of Preventive Medicine, Ministry of Health of Viet Nam. He is in charge of infectious disease surveillance with focusing on event based surveillance, health information system and emergency operation centre. He is also focal person for viral hepatitis surveillance.

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

  • Strategic direction 1: strategic information for focused action

    Golden Hall

    Day: 1 November

    Time: 13:30

    The Summit’s agenda takes the Global Health Sector Strategy on Viral Hepatitis (GHSS) - and its 5 strategic directions - as its framework. In this plenary session, strategic direction 1 looks at advocacy, political commitment and national planning.

    Chairs: Dr. Leolin Katsidzira, University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences and Tatjana Reic, European Liver Patients’ Association

    Presentations:

    • Global viral hepatitis situation and response.

      Dr. Marc Bulterys, World Health Organization

    • WHO country profiles report.

      Prof. Sharon Hutchinson, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

    • The power of people: integrating civil society in the global hepatitis response.

      Charles Gore, World Hepatitis Alliance

    • The role of liver societies in the global viral hepatitis response.

      Anna Lok, American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases

    • Country level experience of using strategic information to inform their national hepatitis response. 
      Zimbabwe - Rapid assessments: Dr. Leolin Katsidzira, University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences
      Vietnam - Hepatitis surveillance: Dr. Tran Dai Quang, Ministry of Health, Viet Nam
    • Q&A session.

    Session objectives:

    To highlight

    • The role and importance of strategic information in planning and monitoring national responses.

    • The priority actions for countries and role of WHO in supporting countries.

    • The latest data on the global viral hepatitis situation and response.

    • Progress made in integrating civil society in the global viral hepatitis response and on global awareness activities.

    • Country examples demonstrating the important role of strategic information for focused action.