CAMS Research Seminar: Public Health Approach to Hepatitis B in New York City

  • February 27, 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • CAIPA Flushing Office, 136-33 37th Ave, Ste 2D, Flushing, NY 11354


Join us for our 1st research seminar in Flushing!

CAMS Research Seminar: Public Health Approach to Hepatitis B in New York City

Ann Winters, MD
Medical Director, Viral Hepatitis Program
Bureau of Communicable Disease
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Dr. Ann Winters is the Medical Director of the Viral Hepatitis Program and in this capacity she oversees viral hepatitis surveillance and applied research, policy and program development and implementation, program evaluation, provider training, community outreach, and public awareness initiatives. She is responsible for updating and implementing the NYC Health Department’s Viral Hepatitis Strategic Plan, covering adult hepatitis B and all hepatitis C activities in coordination with both internal and external partners. Dr. Winters oversee viral hepatitis surveillance, including preparation of reports, new approaches to using surveillance data to measure patterns of care and impact of interventions. 

Angelica Bocour, MPH
Director, Viral Hepatitis Surveillance
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Ms. Angelica Bocour is the Director of Viral Hepatitis Surveillance and is responsible for the reporting and analysis of hepatitis B and C surveillance data for NYC. This includes developing and supervising analysis plans using surveillance data, creating and revising data collection tools for enhanced surveillance investigations, and overseeing the development of the NYC Hepatitis B and C Annual Report. She is responsible that surveillance data and information are provided to assist the Viral Hepatitis Program to develop relevant interventions, and responds to data requests from the media, policy makers, and scientists on hepatitis B and C issues. Ms. Bocour conducts and oversees hepatitis B and C research and epidemiologic analyses and provides support to program evaluation projects within the Viral Hepatitis Program that use surveillance data. 

A light dinner will be provided. Seating is limited to 30.

Dinner & Check-in: 6:30PM

Presentation Begins: 7:00PM

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