On April 14th, 2022, Can Tho University of Medicine and Pharmacy (CTUMP) met with the United States Center of Disease Control and Prevention (US-CDC) at the meeting room of the Faculty of Public Health, to discuss improvement to international cooperation and the professional knowledge and skills of the lecturers of the Faculty of Public Health and related departments.
The US-CDC visited
Vietnam and worked with CTUMP.
meeting, there were MD. Eric DZIUBAN, Director of the US-CDC in Vietnam; MD.
NGUYEN Kim Binh, Director of the project to provide care and treatment for HIV
patients in Vietnam; PhD. MD. BUI Thi Thu Hien, Director of the project of
medical testing. Representing the CTUMP, there were Assoc. Prof. PhD. NGUYEN
Van Lam, Vice Rector; MSc. MD. LE Minh
Huu, Director of the Faculty of Public Health; PhD. NGUYEN Tan Dat, Deputy Head
of the Faculty of Public Health; PhD. NGUYEN Thi Hai Yen, Head of the
Department of Microbiology; MSc. NGUYEN Cong Hanh, Director of the Department
of Infectology, PhD. NGUYEN Thang, Deputy Head of the Office of Science –
Technology and External Relations; and other representatives of the Faculty of
Representatives of the US-CDC
Following the invitation of Can Tho University of Medicine
and Pharmacy, the US-CDC made a visit to discuss content of activities within
the framework of cooperation in training, research and care for HIV/AIDS
patients, and other cooperation activies. The development history of CTUMP and
the Faculty of Public Health was introduced to the delegate of the US-CDC, and
the US-CDC was introduced to the representatives of CTUMP. Issues of directions
for cooperative projects in training, scientific research and healthcare for
HIV/AIDS patients and other fields of cooperation were discussed.
Prof. PhD. NGUYEN Van Lam discussed with the delegate of the US-CDC.
between the delegates of CTUMP and US-CDC.
Friendly handshakes and commemoration gifts were exchanged.
The meeting ended with success, and
through discussions the delegates of CTUMP and US-CDC developed ideas and
decisions about cooperation in treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS. This
serves as a stepping stone for future cooperation plans.
Assoc.Prof. PhD. NGUYEN Van Lam gifted the delegate of
the US-CDC the commemoration gift of CTUMP.
The delegates of the US-CDC and CTUMP took