Welcome participants in the HIV and Hepatic Diseases Course, 26-28 March 2012

Once again, we at HIV-NAT are delighted to welcome physicians from 9 countries in Asia. Up to 43 physicians will be trained in HIV and hepatic diseases from 26-28 March 2012. Topics range from HBV/HIV co-infection, chemical hepatitis to clinical interpretation of laboratory tests for liver diseases.

Made possible by Gilead Science, the HIV and Hepatic Diseases course is one of the training sessions in the HIV-NAT/Gilead Medical Education Program in Asia.

The next training session on “Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) in Asian setting” will take place in May 2012 at HIV-NAT, the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre in Bangkok, Thailand. If you are a physician who are actively involved in HIV care from Bangladesh/Bhutan/Cambodia/Indonesia/Laos/Myanmar/Nepal/Pakistan/Philippines/Sri Lanka/ Vietnam/Papua New Guinea, and are interested in attending the course, please contact our Training Coordinator Ms. Praneet Pinklow at praneet.p@hivnat.org for more information. Scholarships are available for qualified candidates.