SLTC 2020: where are we now?

SLTC 2020: where are we now?

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Date held 15/09/20
Graham Foster

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.

Morning Session

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Morning session

Afternoon session

Meet the faculty



Graham Foster

Queen Mary University of London – UK 

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