Volunteer story by David Hiep Dinh Phan

April 10, 2020

David Hiep Dinh Phan

Volunteer of the Month, April 2020

About me

My name is David. I am GP in Broadmeadows helping my local community.

What tips do I have for new volunteers?

Find the cause you believe you can make a difference in.

What inspired me to become a Hepatitis Victoria volunteer? 

As a GP I spend my time creating awareness and educating members of the community about viral hepatitis, in particular hepatitis B among the Vietnamese Community.

During COVID-19, I wanted to continue this work by contributing to online liver webinars on social media with Dr Nhan and Hepatitis Victoria’s Helen Tran.

One of your favorite Hepatitis Victoria sessions or moments. 

The pleasure I get when my patients and people from my community feel empowered about hepatitis and take action.

What tips do I have for new volunteers? 

Contribute what you can when you can.

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