Reports of World Hepatitis Day(WHD) 2019 from Pakistan
【World Hepatitis Day in Pakistan!】
Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases (PSSLD) organized different events to observe WHD. This picture covers some of these events!
Reports of World Hepatitis Day(WHD) 2019 from India
【World Hepatitis Day in India!】
We've got some pictures from APASL India!
Photos from Empowering People Against Hepatitis or the ‘EMPATHY’ campaign.
“We take the World Hepatitis Day as an opportunity to reach out to several policy makers, public opinion makers, community leaders, etc to spread the awareness about Hepatitis B & C“, says the campaigning organisation.They also sent us a report! Check it out from the link HERE!
Reports of World Hepatitis Day(WHD) 2019 from Turkey
【World Hepatitis Day in Turkey!】
We've got some pictures from APASL Turkey!
Reports of World Hepatitis Day(WHD) 2019 from Thailand
【World Hepatitis Day in Thailand!】
Here's the message from APASL Thailand; "We had cerebrated World Hepatitis Day a week later since July 28 is always a public holiday in Thailand.
We had signed MOU with Department of Infection Disease, Ministry of Public Health to offer free hepatitis B and C in almost all public hospitals as well as push for the availability of free SOF/VEL for treatment of all patients in Thailand."
Reports of World Hepatitis Day(WHD) 2019 from Japan
【World Hepatitis Day in Osaka, Japan!】
Initiated by the World Health Organization(WHO), the World Hepatitis Day (WHD) takes places every year on 28 July bringing the world together under a single theme to raise awareness of the global burden of viral hepatitis such as hepatitis B and hepatitis C and to prevent the infection. As a hub of cooperation for the medical care of hepatitis in Osaka, Osaka City University Hospital conducted a variety of activities.
Dr. Norifumi Kawada (president of APASL STC 2020 Osaka) and other specialists answered questions from the participants with advice and comments.
Updated Information of APASL 2020 Bali
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More Information : +62 821 2043 1114/ +62 812 1000 6021
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For your entry, please fill in the application form and send back to APASL secretariat with your CV. We look forward to your entry.
Contact: APASL Secretariat-Tokyo
Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver [APASL]
Tel: +81-3-5312-7686 Fax: +81-3-5312-7687
Ever since its inception, in August 1978 in Singapore, APASL (Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver) never looks back but stick to its goal towards advancing the science and practice of Hepatology. Today it is one of the leading associations based on investigation and treatment of liver diseases in the world and the largest scientific body that upholds the standards and profession, research and create improved treatment methods for millions of liver patients particularly in the entire Asia Pacific Region. APASL’s main objectives are to promote the latest scientific advancement and education of hepatology science, exchange of information and the development of consensus, encourage the practice of medicine in liver diseases and also coordinate scientific studies between various scientists and clinicians throughout the region.
We hold scientific educational symposia/ conferences developed by leading hepatologists periodically. Our events feature expert speakers presenting the finest data in the most happening topics of liver diseases with high quality scientific technical presentations, followed by varied supporting program. Each of our events intended to meet the growing demands of hepatology as core medical specialty and offers participants the right platform to exchange research, discuss outcomes, and interact with colleagues, focused on liver diseases. Our members include all medical professionals dedicated to hepatology — its research, practice and care. We cover the region from Manchuria in the North, to Australia in the South, to the Pacific Islands in the East and Iran in the West.
Our members are elected on their documented scientific publications. Mentoring, sharing of knowledge and dedication to professional growth and development are among the core values of APASL and its members.
It is a great pleasure for us to invite you to the 29th Asian Pacific for The Study of Liver (APASL) 2020 that will be held that will be held 4th-8th March 2020 in Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) , Bali, Indonesia. The Conference program covering all aspects of hepatology, for that purpose this would be the perfect moment for all of us to join and share the experience, knowledges and also giving the benefits for the population in Asian Pacific Region.
We are looking forward for welcoming you in Bali.
RINO A. GANI APASL President
APASL 2021 Annual Meeting in Thailand
Date: February 2021 City: Bangkok, Thailand President: Dr. Tawesak Tanwandee Website: to be announced.
APASL STC 2020 on Elimination of Hepatitis C in Myanmar
Date: December 5-6, 2020 City: Yangon, Myanmar
President: Dr. Khin Maung Win Website: http://www.apaslstc2020yangon.com/
Hosting Organization: GI and Liver Foundation (GLF) (Myanmar)
Conference President: Prof. Khin Maung Win
Organizing Chairperson: Prof. Than Than Swe
Organizing Vice-Chairs: Prof. Kyaw Soe Tun and Prof. Win Naing
Academic Committee Chairperson: Prof. Khin Maung Win
Conference Secretariat: Yangon GI and Liver Centre (YGLC)
APASL Guidelines for Acute-on-chronic Liver Failure -”Acute-on-chronic liver failure: consensus recommendations of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL) 2014” (Hepatol Int 2014; 8: 453-471)
*This APASL Guideline can be downloaded by clicking below.
APASL Guidelines for Variceal Bleeding -”Primary prophylaxis of gastroesophageal variceal bleeding: consensus recommendations of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver” (Hepatol Int 2008; 2: 429-439)
*This APASL Guideline can be downloaded by clicking below.
The objective of the fellowship is to foster career development by encouraging the beneficial experience of working in a different clinical or research environment in another country in the Asia-Pacific region. These fellowships provide for advanced training in health and medical research in any country in the Asia-Pacific region and enable fellows to work in a clinical environment or on a research project with nominated advisers. We appreciate your generous contributions and support for these APASL fellowships and look forward to a number of high-quality applications for a 2020 fellowship.
An application form can be downloaded by clicking here: http://apasl.info/applicationform-fellowship.docx Please fill in and send to the APASL secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are looking forward to receiving your application. There are no restrictions based on nationality. The sponsoring institution with the academic environment to provide adequate support for the proposed project might be suggested by APASL. Application will be reviewed by APASL Committee members. The decisions of the Committee are final and not subject to appeal.