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Please welcome to TRAC Lunch Seminar

Time: 12.00-13.00 March 14th, 2018

Place: Hanoi Medical University

Physiology Department (practice room)

1 Ton That Tung, Dong Da, Hanoi

Building B1, First floor

Sandwich is provided for about 30 persons, first comes - first serves


Time: 12.00-13.00 March 14th, 2018

Place: Hanoi Medical University

Physiology Department (practice room)

1 Ton That Tung, Dong Da, Hanoi

Building B1, First floor

Sandwich is provided for about 30 persons, first comes - first serves

Agenda

12:00-12:20:

“HIV Preventive Interventions, Sampling Methods and Sexual Risk Behaviour among Men who have Sex with Men”

Susanne Strömdahl MD, PhD

12:20-12:40:

Update about the Global Health Summit held at Uppsala University, 2017

Vuong Tuan Anh MD, PhD

12:40-13:00:

Discussion: open for all participants

More information, please contact within English:

Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong MD, PhD email: huong.nguyen@dthim.org.vn mobile: 0913098237 in Vietnamese: Doan Van Du Ms mobile: 0989663506

Abstract 1:

HIV Preventive Interventions, Sampling Methods and Sexual Risk Behaviour

among Men who have Sex with Men”

An estimated 42% of all newly diagnosed HIV cases in Europe in 2013 were transmitted during sex between men. This review was performed to identify and describe studies evaluating the efficacy and effectiveness of HIV prevention interventions among men who have sex with men (MSM), in relation to implementation data from European settings. A systematic search was performed individually for 24 interventions. Data were extracted from studies including efficacy or implementation data from European settings, appraised for efficacy, implementation and plausibility, and assigned a grade (1-4) according to the Highest Attainable Standard of Evidence (HASTE)framework. Four interventions (condom use, peer outreach, peer-led groups, and using universal coverage of antiretroviral treatment and treatment as prevention)were assigned the highest HASTE grade, 1. Another four interventions were assigned 2a for probable recommendation, including voluntary counseling and testing for HIV, using condom-compatible lubricant, using post-exposure prophylaxis, and individual counseling for MSM living with HIV. In addition, seven interventions were assigned a grade of 2b, for possible recommendation. Encouragingly, 15 interventions were graded to be strongly, probably or possibly recommended. In the relatively resource-rich European setting, there is an opportunity to provide global leadership with regard to the regional scale-up of comprehensive HIV prevention interventions for MSM.

Susanne Strömdahl is a researcher within the Section of Infectious Disease, Department of Medical Sciences at Uppsala Univeristy and Global Health, HIV and SRHR Group at the Department of Public Health Sciences at Karolinska Institutet. Her research focus is o­n HIV epidemiology and effective HIV/STI interventions among key populations for HIV. In addition, Susanne focus o­n sampling methods for populations without a sampling frame, particularly Respondent Driven Sampling and Web-based methods. Susanne has also worked o­n the evidence based systematic review performed to inform development of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) guidance o­n HIV and STI prevention among Men who have Sex with Men that was launched 2015.

Susanne holds a PhD from the Karolinska Institutet, Department of Public Health Sciences. The thesis title is HIV Preventive Interventions, Sampling Methods and Sexual Risk Behaviour among Men who have Sex with Men.

Susanne have a Medical Doctor Degree from Linköping University and holds Master of Public Health Degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she is affiliated at the Center for Public health and Human Rights, Department of Epidemiology (JHSPH). She has research experience from Sweden,Vietnam, Tanzania, Malawi, Nigeria and South Africa. Susanne has previously worked at the World Bank’s Global HIV/AIDS Program.

Abstract 2:

Uppsala Health Summit 2017

Tackling Infectious Disease Threats: Prevent, Detect, Respond with a o­ne Health Approach

In our fast-paced, ever more interconnected world, infectious disease is resurfacing as a major threat to global health and security. Multiple, inter-related drivers such as population growth, poverty, destruction of eco-systems, globalization of travel and trade have createdenabling environment for spreading of infectious diseases. However, we have limited resources and ability to respond. We are facing to multiple serious infectious disease events occur across the world including SARS, Ebola, Zika and other cured infectious diseases but with seriously antimicrobial resistance like malaria and MDR-TB.

About 2/3 of infectious diseases are zoonotic and transmitted between animals and humans. Actions aimed at reducing the risks long-term, must therefore consider the strong interdependencies between people, animals and the environment. A o­ne Health approach is called for: a response that enables veterinarians, medical doctors, ecologists and social scientists to interact and find solutions together to pre-empt and stop outbreaks.

Uppsala Health Summit is held annually and in 2017, the Summit focused o­n the

Tackling Infectious Disease Threats: Prevent, Detect, Respond with a o­ne Health

Approach. More than 180 representatives of the various disciplines that form a part of the o­ne Health concept, from 39 countries, met to listen, learn and discuss. The presentation will brief overview of themes and summarize conclusions from the lively, in-depth discussions in seven workshops, each approaching the subject from different angles relating to our global ability to prevent, detect and respond to endemic and emerging threats.

VUONG TUAN ANH

Medical background with post-education in International Health;

More than 15 years working in Public Health and Development sector in various fields: Communicable diseases (HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis), Environmental Health (water, sanitation and hygiene) and non-communicable diseases (Hypertension), Ensuring Medicine Quality (promoting the quality of medicine supplied in public health programs). Working experience in Mekong region (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia);

Extensive and diverse experience in program management (>7 years), in research and M&E in health programs (10 years) and in technical consultancy for WHO, US CDC, INGOs (15 years);

Working experience with many international donors (DANIDA, AusAid, USAID, World Bank, EC)

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