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Hepatitis B

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New-onset hepatitis B infection that may or may not be icteric or symptomatic. Diagnosis is based on the detection of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) and IgM antibodies to hepatitis B core antigen (anti-HBc). Recovery is accompanied by the clearance of HBsAg with seroconversion to anti-HBs (antibodies to hepatitis B surface antigen), usually within 3 – 6 months.

Webinar title: Hepatitis B (Transmission, Treatment, Lifestyle Modifications and Prevention)

Speaker: Tumaine Bayasabe – Registered Nurse (RN)

I am a Tanzanian, a 31 years old male, who graduated from Kolandoto College of health science with a Diploma in Nursing and Midwife in 2017. I have the honor and passion to submit my Biography, as explained above. I am certainly sure that, with the knowledge I have obtained through Education and Several Experiences from my work Practices in different hospitals and other Training. Now am working at Temeke RRH, and also worked at MIRAKOLO HOSPITAL found at Dar es Salaam as NURSE IN-CHRGE (PATRON) From 31st, May 2019 till September 2022. I am very good at GASTROENTEROLOGY CARE especially Endoscopy Unit care, ECG tests, midwifery cases, Reproductive Child Health (RCH) services, PMTCT HIV and TB, counseling sessions medical /surgical Emergency Care, care to patients, families, and community as a whole, something which has helped me to work as a part of any specific team. I have been awarded different Academics and Leaderships Certificates. Also, I am well-trained in managing patients with, COVID-19, Ebola, and Hepatitis B (Prevention, treatment, and lifestyle habits), Neurosurgery, and Neuro-Oncology.


  1. To raise awareness on how to prevent HBV.
  2. Hepatitis B is a viral infection that attacks the liver and can cause both acute and chronic disease.
  3. Increase uptake and completion of hepatitis B vaccination among communities living with high Risk of getting Hepatitis B.
  4. The virus is most commonly transmitted from mother to child during birth and delivery, as well as through contact with blood or other body
    fluids during sex with an infected partner, unsafe injections, or exposures to sharp instruments.

Date: Thursday, 27th of July 2023

Time: 3 pm Central Africa Time (CAT)

Duration: 1 hour

CPD Points: 1