Practitioner Perspectives: Tbilisi Vaccine Procurement Workshop Interview Series – Varduhi Grigoryan (2 of 4)

During our regional vaccine procurement workshop, which took place in Tbilisi, Georgia in April 2019, we sat down with a few participants to hear about their experiences related to topics ranging from vaccine forecasting, vaccine budgeting, and vaccine regulatory issues. This interview (second in a series of 4) is with Varduhi Grigoryan, Head of Department for Drug Policy and Medical Technologies, MoH Armenia.

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