VHPB Newsletter

VHPB Newsletter

Highlighting underserved groups for screening, prevention and treatment of viral hepatitis B and C in Europe
Newsletter 1/2017 - September/2017  Ljubljana, Slovenia 883 kB (.pdf)

Secretariat

Secretariat

The VHPB executive secretariat has its seat, since January 1995, at VAXINFECTIO, Centre for the Evaluation of Vaccination at the University of Antwerp, Belgium.

Prof. Dr. Pierre Van Damme
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Institute
University of Antwerpen - Campus Drie Eiken

Honorary members

Honorary members

The VHPB wants to express its gratitude to the following core members/advisers who have since many years been very active and supportive to the VHPB, and who were committed to help the VHPB reach its objectives, by utilising their influential positions in national and international organisations and/or sharing their outstanding expertise for the benefit of the VHPB. These honorary members are elected for a lifelong term and will be invited to VHPB meetings on an ad hoc basis.

VHPB Advisors

VHPB Advisors

Prof. dr. Silvia Bino
Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases
Head, Control of Infectious Diseases Department
Albanian Institute of Public Health

Alexander Moisiu Street
1001 Tirana
Albania 

Prof. dr. Paolo Bonanni
Department of Health Sciences - University of Florence

Newsletters

Newsletters

Hepatitis Treatment

Hepatitis Treatment

Recommendations – Guidelines

  • EASL -  Recommendations on treatment of hepatitis C 2018

Immunisation-vaccination

Immunisation-vaccination

Related Organisations

Related Organisations

Hepatitis 

  • ACHIEVE - Associations collaborating on hepatitis to immunize and eliminate the viruses in Europe.

Viral hepatitis

Viral hepatitis

  • The Hepatitis B Foundation is a US based nonprofit organization dedicated to finding a cure and improving the quality of life for people affected by hepatitis B globally. Their activities include funding focused research, promoting disease awareness, supporting immunization and treatment initiatives. They also provide information to patients and their families, the medical and scientific community, and the general public.

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