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Conference Programme | International Convention Centre, Sydney
0700 - 0750 Breakfast Session
0800 - 0900 Session 5
Partnerships & GHS Plenary Post-Ebola Capacity Building in Guinea Research Partnerships Pacific Health Security Information Systems & Data Sharing Individual Health Security Biosecurity Post Outbreak Capacity Building IHR Implementation Progress Chemical and Cybersecurity Considerations Joint External Evaluations Meeting Room Meeeting Room
Room Pyrmont Theatre E3.2 C2.2 C2.3 C2.4 C2.5 C2.6 E3.1 E3.3 E3.4 E3.6 E3.5 C4.3
Moderator Nancy Lee Erin Sorrell Jean Tsai Maxine Whittaker Gorik Ooms Simon Rushton Gary Grohmann Tim Nguyen Alex Phelan Susan Brown Stella Chungong
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
0800 - 0810
Scott Dowell
Building Public Health Capacity in Guinea Through Global Health Security Partnerships: Outbreak Response and Recovery in 2015-2018
Claire Standley, Pia MacDonald, Jean Ndjomou and Amadou Traore
Current Status of Research and Development on Zoonotic Diseases in Indonesia: Understanding the Magnitude of the Problems
Sri Irianti
Improving emergency preparedness and response in the Asia-Pacific
Ben Marais
Bioinformational Diplomacy: Sequence Data-Sharing During Global Health Emergencies
Stefan Elbe
Household expenditure for tuberculosis care and its determinants among adults 18 years and older of Karachi, Pakistan
Shama Razzaq
A Case History in Cooperative Biological Research: Compendium of Studies in Kazakhstan
Kenneth Yeh
From Crisis to Resilience: A Case Study from the 2014 Ebola Outbreak
Susan Michaels-Strasser
International Health Regulation- Reality Check
Sakshi Singh
Global Health Security in an Interconnected World: A Call for Cybersecurity standards
Rose Bernard
Australia’s Joint External Evaluation Experience
Rhonda Owen
0810 - 0820 John Nkengasong Innovative R&D partnerships for global health and human security. Lessons from malaria and tuberculosis
David Reddy
Working with partners to strengthen Pacific health security
Devin Bowles
Genomic Data: From the Field to the Decision Maker
Joshua Wolfe
Completing the Picture: Learning – and Using – Patient Perspectives to Inform Emergency Responses
Nicolette Louissaint
Health in the United Nations Security Council
Maike Voss
CDC works with countries to build capacity to achieve IHR (2005) compliance
Michael Mahar
Status of IHR implementation in South-East Asia Region of WHO
Roderico Ofrin
Health Security without Cybersecurity? Towards Robust Policy Frameworks for Securing Cyber-Physical Systems
Emmanuel Ogu
Do Joint External Evaluations Reports Reflect Reality?
Maureen Bartee
0820 - 0830 Adrian Thomas Public Private Partnership to develop Ebola Antibody Treatment
Gene Olinger
Developing an AMR Governance and System in a Pacific Island Country
Eric Rafai
Strengthening regional cross-border public health information sharing and coordination
Sarah Ward
Building the evidence base for care of acutely ill, undernourished children in limited resource settings
Boniface Lughanje
The Health Security Interface – WHO Health Emergencies’ Innovative Approach to Public Health at the Security Interface
Maurizio Barbeschi
SHARP: a European Union Joint Action for Health Security Strengthening and IHR Implementation Support
Mika Salminen
Status of IHR capacities post JEE and NAPHS implementation: A case studies of selected countries
Nirmal Kandel
Chimaera Evolution – An experiment by simulation framework to support Chemical, Biological and Radiological planning, preparedness and operational response
Matthew Begun
Improving health security at Points of Entry in Palau
Kara Clarke
0830 - 0840 Capacity strengthening for health security in the Pacific through SHIP: building on unique Pacific strengths and achievements
Onofre Edwin Jr. Merilles
0840 - 0900 Q&A
0900 - 0915 Networking Break | Exhibition, The Gallery
0915 - 1015 Session 6
GHS & UHC Game Changers Science Envoy Panel Developing a One Health Workforce Health Security and Civil Society Health Security in Papau New Guinea Decision Making Sustainble Financing One Health Parterships Health Security Decision Support Tools Meeting Room Meeeting Room
Room Pyrmont Theatre E3.2 C2.2 C2.3 C2.4 C2.5 C2.6 E3.1 E3.3 E3.4 E3.6 E3.5 C4.3
Moderator Susan Brown Julie Fischer Mark Lucera Susan Corning Kenny Yeh Stephanie Williams Mark Smolinski Jose Fernandez Bill Karesh Vernon Lee
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
0915 - 0925 Global Health Security and Universal Health Coverage
Gorik Ooms, Clare Wenham and Maike Voss
Game Changers for Global Health Security
Elizabeth Cameron, Martin Adams, Elana Banin and James White
A Science Envoy for Global Health Security: Lessons Learned and Implications for Building Partnerships
Joshua Glasser, Michael Osterholm and Caitlyn McKenzie
Developing One Health Workforce for Global Health Security in Vietnam
Pham-duc Phuc
Civil Society Participation in the Health Security : The case of Patient Organizations
Theobald Owusu-Ansah
STRIVE PNG: strengthening vector-borne disease surveillance and response in Papua New Guinea
STRIVE PNG Working Group
Sustainable financing for global health security: the role of domestic resource mobilization in Africa
Jacob Novignon
Interdependence of health and livelihoods of cocoa farming communities in Sulawesi and Bougainville
David Guest
Building a decision support system for pandemic response
Freya Shearer
0925 - 0935 Training future global health leaders: A multidisciplinary One Health Fellowship program to build capacity for infectious disease response in Rwanda
Phaedra Henley
Civil Society Participation in Food Security Leading to Health Security- A Study from India
Leena Martin
Field Epidemiology in Action: Accelerating the Development of Evidence-based Policy and Practice (ADEPPt) in Papua New Guinea (PNG)
Tony Merritt
Big data and machine learning for evidence-based health security decision making
Isaac Bogoch
Engaging Communities in One Health zoonotic disease surveillance in Cameroon
Mohamed Mouiche Mouliom
Implementation of Outbreak Timeliness Metrics
Adam Crawley
0935 - 0945 One Health research fellowship program and global health security in Pakistan
Hamid Irshad
Contribution of Community-Based Surveillance (CBS) to National Surveillance of Potentially Epidemic-Prone Diseases in Matam and Boffa Districts, Guinea, February 2017 to July 2018
Ousmane Souare
Strengthening outbreak response and health security through an intervention-based Field Epidemiology Training Program in Papua New Guinea (FETPNG)
Berry Ropa
To what extent does scientific knowledge inform decision-making during health crises?
Jonathan Suk
Lessons Learned in Financing Rapid Response to Recent Epidemics in West and Central Africa
Sara Hersey
A One Health Approach for Zoonotic Disease Programs for Enhancing Global Health Security
Ermias Belay
A visualization tool to prioritize GHSA capacity building
Peter Rabinowitz
0945 - 0955
0955 - 1015 Q&A
1015 - 1100 Morning Break / Poster Session 4: IHR and Health Crises | Exhibition, The Gallery
1100 - 1200 Session 7
Governance & Financing GHS Plenary Early Warning Systems Addressing AMR REDISSE Health Emergency Responders Biotechnology Innovation Health Security Partnerships: Private Sector and Security GHS Partnerships Workforce Training Financing and Economics Meeting Room Meeting Room
Room Pyrmont Theatre E3.2 C2.2 C2.3 C2.4 C2.5 C2.6 E3.1 E3.3 E3.4 E3.6 E3.5 C4.3
Moderator Beth Cameron Maxine Whittaker Nancy Knight Stanley Okolo Amanda McClelland Cindy Evans Vernon Lee Natalie DeGraff Katrina Roper Patrick Osewe
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
1100 - 1110 Catharina Boehme Three perspectives on regional financing for health security: The regional disease surveillance systems enhancement program (REDISSE)
Sara Hersey, Calos Brito and Olubunmi Ojo
Developing strategies for effective manpower in preparedness, response, and recovery to health emergencies
David Brett-Major
Role of health information helplines in strengthening the global health security agenda: A Nipah Virus case study from India
Vishal Dogra
Strengthening national and regional health security in the Pacific through PaHSeC
Angela Merianos
Partnership of Putting Global Health Security in Place
Hong Chen
Strengthening local and international epidemiology workforce during emergencies in low resource settings
Amy Parry
Putting Your Budget Where Your Mouth Is: Alignment of the United States Budget and Global Health Security Priority Areas
Jessica Smrekar
1110 - 1120 Ryan Morhard Building an Early Warning System in Vietnam – Finding and Stopping the Next Big Outbreak
Trang Do
Tackling drug-resistant TB in a key PNG hotspot through cross-sector collaboration
Paison Dakulala
Challenges in preparedness and response to infectious public health emergencies in developing countries: Experience of a tertiary care, teaching and research healthcare institute of India
Mahesh Devnani
Development of gas-phase decontamination technology applicable for inside-use of buildings or equipment with lots of crevices
Nam Taek Lee
Serving As Our Eyes and Ears to Detect Health Threats: The Vital Partnership between Immigration and Other Non-health Officials and Health Partners at Points of Entry
Sarah Ward
Public-Partnerships in GHSA: Successes and Opportunities to Enhance International Health Regulations (IHR) Compliance in Ghana
Chastity Walker
FETP-Frontline Advances Biosurveillance Workforce Capacity in Guinea (2016-2018)
Pia Macdonald
One Health economics to inform investments in zoonotic disease prevention and control
Catherine Machalaba
1120 - 1130 Richard Hatchett Operational Challenges of Early Warning Alert and Response System (EWARS) Implementation
Asmaripa Ainy
The Four Pillars of Antimicrobial Resistance
A.M. Viens
Evaluation of location over time of casualties and responders during a mass casualty emergency response exercise using a Bluetooth Low Energy Real Time Location System (BLE RTLS)
David Heslop
Redesigning Arktek devices for improved and sustainable specimen transport and storage in Africa
Jill Woodard
Engaging the private sector in health security: the Aspen Medical experience
Douglas Randell
Twinning to support implementation of the International Health Regulations (2005) in four countries – Experiences from the Global Health Preparedness Programme at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Emily MacDonald
One Field Epidemiologist per 200,000 Population: Examination of a Global Public Health Workforce Target to Detect, Respond and Prevent Health Threats
Seymour Williams
The global funding landscape for R&D to address priority emerging infectious diseases
Nick Chapman
1130 - 1140 Towards effective outbreak detection: a qualitative study to identify factors affecting nurses’ early warning surveillance practice in Solomon Islands
Adam Craig
Strengthening health care facility Infection control and containment of resistant microorganisms - The Infectious Diseases Institute approach
Judith Nanyondo
BMJ’s Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative: A public-private partnership to strengthen frontline healthcare professionals’ ability to detect, diagnose and manage dangerous pathogens, biohazards and toxins, and infectious diseases with pandemic potential
Mitali Wroczynski
Improving Workforce Capacity to Advance Global Health Security: Evaluation Findings of a Public Health Management Training Program in Kenya and Bangladesh
Alison Yoos
1140 - 1200 Q&A
1200 - 1300 Lunch Break / Poster Session 5: Governance, Financing and AMR | Exhibition, The Gallery
1300 - 1400 Session 8
Assaults on Healthcare Workers & Facilities Plenary Curricula and Assessments South West Pacific Health Security Challenges - A Regional Perspective Regulation & Compliance Enhancing Laboratory Capacity Governance Relations Local-Level Considerations Health Security Investment Health Security Recovery & Resilience Meeting Room Meeting Room
Room Pyrmont Theatre E3.2 C2.2 C2.3 C2.4 C2.5 C2.6 E3.1 E3.3 E3.4 E3.6 E3.5 C4.3
Moderator John Nkengasong Joel Negin CAPT Katrina Roper Michelle Rourke Julie Fischer Josephine Herman Francette Dusan Richard Hatchett Katherine Littler
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
1300 - 1310 Zabulon Yoti Health system strengthening through increased program and fiscal management
Jill Woodard
Regional military health security challenges and future opportunities
Brigadier Craig Schramm
Performance of and factors affecting compliance with disease surveillance by private healthcare providers in South-West Nigeria
Olusesan Makinde
Building the Evidence Base for Laboratory Capacity Building: Tools, Practices, Networks
Leonard Peruski, Arun Balajee, Chris Mangal and Martin Adams
Democratic deficit in the Global Health Security agenda: power, policy communities and knowledge creation in GHS discourse
Elisabeth McLinton
Loud-speaker based Health Message Announcement for Malaria Care-seeking and Prevention Practice among People Living in Malarious Area of Myanmar
Pyae Linn Aung
The Case for Investing in Public Health Core Functions for Health Preparedness: Association of IHR JEE scores with Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Determinants
Mika Salminen
Prevention through Recovery: Multisectoral Core Global Health Security Preparedness Needs
Ellen Carlin
1310 - 1320 Heather Pagano Health security programs and its impact on health workforce development: The case of Guinee
Remco Van De Pas
Current/Future Health Security Challenges, a PNG Perspective
Lieutenant Colonel Kaminiel
An Innovative Approach to Quality Improvement Improved Compliance with Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) at 8 Health Facilities in Sierra Leone
Susan Michaels-Strasser
Governing through knowledge: colonising health systems strengthening in developing countries
I Nyoman Sutarsa
Post Flood Audit of Leptospirosis Cases Following Massive Prophylaxis with Community Participation in Central Kerala, India
Abel K Samuel Johnson
Accelerating Political Commitment for Financing Global Health Security
Carolyn Reynolds
Epidemic Recovery: A Neglected Aspect of Global Health Security
Monica Schoch-Spana
1320 - 1330 Lorrette Mangouka Current/Future Health Security Challenges, a Fijian Perspective
Major Robaigau
Multi-Level Constitutional Interactions for Health Security in Europe
Anniek De Ruijter
Record, Report, React! Strengthening community-level preparedness for early detection and early action against epidemics
Abbey Byrne
Post Ebola Awakening: Urgent call for investing in maintaining effective preparedness capacities at national and regional level in sub-Sahara Africa
Andrew Kitua
A Checklist to Improve Health System Resilience to Infectious Disease Outbreaks and Natural Hazards
Diane Meyer
1330 - 1340
1340 - 1400 Q&A
1400 - 1430 Afternoon Break / Poster Session 6: Surveillance and Outbreak Response| Exhibition, The Gallery
1430 - 1600

New Approaches for Global Health Security

Moderator: Clare Walsh
Peter Sands, Global Fund

Venue: Pyrmont Theatre
1600 - 1700

Closing Plenary
Global Health Security: Where Next?

Adam Kamradt-Scott and Rebecca Katz

Venue: Pyrmont Theatre
Conference Close