SLTC 2020: where are we now? On demand
A non-promotional event organised and funded by Gilead Sciences Europe Ltd
ON DEMAND WEBINARS
08.00–09.00 and 17.00–18.00 BST, Tuesday 15 September 2020
The official time of the SLTC Summit webinars is BST (British Summer Time).
SLTC 2020: where are we now?
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Historically, the SLTC Summit has always started with a highly interactive, energetic and thought-provoking opening plenary session…and this year was no different!
View the webinar recordings below from the SLTC 2020: where are we now? live webinar which took place on Tuesday 15 September, where Graham Foster was joined by 11 faculty members across the two one-hour meetings, to discuss where we are in terms of viral hepatitis screening and linkage to care. Driven by audience questions and voting, the game show-style format encouraged diverse conversations and debate amongst the multistakeholder faculty.
Faculty, 08.00–09.00 BST
George Kalamitsis – Hellenic Liver Patients Association – Greece
Jeffrey Lazarus – Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) – Spain
Andrew Lloyd – Kirby Institute – Australia
Marta Torrens – Autonomous University of Barcelona – Spain
Grace Wong – Chinese University of Hong Kong – Hong Kong
Katja Römer - Group Practice Gotenring - Germany
Faculty, 17.00–18.00 BST
Nadine Kronfli – McGill University – Canada
Anthony Martinez – ECMC Hospital – USA
Jean-Michel Pawlotsky – Paris-Est, Marne-la-Vallée – France
Elisabetta Teti – Tor Vergata University – Italy
Ana Leite – APDES – Portugal
IHQ-HCV-2020-09-0024 • Date of preparation: September 2020
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