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IDEA Forum (Professor Shenglan Tang)

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Speaker: Professor Shenglan Tang, Deputy Director, Duke Global Health Institute, Mary D.B.T. and James Semans Professor at Department of Population Health Science

Topic: Developing a sustainable financing mode for effective TB service delivery system in China

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About the speaker

Shenglan TangDr. Shenglan Tang is Mary D.B.T. and James Semans Professor at Department of Population Health Science in the Duke University School of Medicine and Deputy Director of the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI). He is also a professor of global health at DGHI, Duke-Kunshan University, and SingHealth-Duke-NUS Global Health Institute in Singapore.

Dr. Tang has more than 30 years of experience undertaking research on health systems reform, disease control and maternal and child health in China and other countries, and has provided consultancy services on health systems strengthening to many international organizations and governments of developing countries.

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