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Conference Programme | International Convention Centre, Sydney
0700 - 0750 Women on the Front Lines breakfast
0800 - 0840 Official Conference Welcome
Welcome to Country Ceremony

Adam Kamradt-Scott & Rebecca Katz
Venue: Pyrmont Theatre
0840 - 1000

Opening Plenary Session
Moderator: Patrick Osewe | Introduction: Peter Versegi

Centre for Disease Control Panel
George Gao, China CDC
John Nkengasong, Africa CDC
Olubunmi Ojo, Nigeria CDC
Stephen Redd, United States CDC
Brendan Murphy, CMO Australia
Josephine Herman, Cook Islands SoH

Venue: Pyrmont Theatre
1000 - 1045 Morning Break / Poster Session 1: Surveillance and Outbreak Response | Exhibition, The Gallery
1045 - 1145 Session 1
Prevalence of AMR Rabies Health Security in the Indo-Pacific Region Dengue Polio Challenges with Zoonotic Diseases Influenza Malaria Deliberate Biological Events 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 Cassandra Kelly-Cirino Billy Karesh Peter Versegi Simon Rushton Rhonda Owen Siobhan Mor Tim Nguyen Claire Standley Trevor Smith
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
1045 - 1055 Prevalence of latent tuberculosis among household contacts of patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Vietnam
Greg Fox
A retrospective audit of patients presenting to the outpatient department (OPD) after dog bites in 2016
Bophal Chuop
State of the Region 2019 Report Launch
Clare Walsh and Melanie Bannister-Tyrrell
Forest cover and climate as potential drivers for dengue fever in Sumatera and Kalimantan Islands, Indonesia 2006-2016: A spatiotemporal analysis
Kinley Wangdi
The importance of environmental surveillance for polioviruses for early detection of transmission, Ukraine, 2014-2016
Oleksandr Zaika
Food safety and animal-source food: emerging challenges in resource-limited settings
Elpidius Rukambile
Influenza vaccine security and supply during a pandemic: compulsory requisition and Force Majeure
Mark Eccleston-Turner
Modeling Malaria risk for early warning and response: A predictive model based approach in low resource setting
Vishal Dogra
Genomic characterization of novel and engineered threats
Joshua Wolfe
1055 - 1105 Multiple Drug Resistance typhoid in Pakistan
Hina Najmi
Global Health in action: One Health approach to rabies surveillance and control in Indonesia
Pebi Purwo Suseno
Sustainable Dengue Prevention Through Enhanced Premise Inspection
Mizaya Cader
Polio in Australia: historical foe or imminent threat?
Hendrik Camphor
Building capacity to address the unexpected challenges associated with the emerging threat of exotic mosquitoes in Australia
Cameron Webb
What Stops the Elderly Receiving Free Influenza Vaccine?
Somboon Thaweelap
The community demand for comprehensive primary health care in the malaria community-delivered model in South-East Myanmar: a qualitative study
Win Han Oo
Considerations in developing a Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) plan following the deliberate release of Bacillus anthracis.
Rebecca Hoile
1105 - 1115 A systematic approach to implementing rabies elimination programs
Emily Pieracci
Dengue Surveillance System Evaluation, Kampong Thom Provincial Hospital, Cambodia, 2016
Sokdaro Soy
Assessment of Health Challenges at the One Health Demonstration Site of Ashenge Areas, Southern Part of Tigray, Ethiopia, an Example of One Health Approach
Berihun Afera Tadele
An Integrated Influenza Response Dashboard for Decision Support
Stephanie Eaneff
The Republic of Indonesia’s National Defense Health System in Facing Bioterrorism (Implementation Analysis of Ministry of Defense Regulation Number 20 of 2014)
Raden Roro Mega Utami
1115 - 1125 Modified and living modified mosquitoes to combat Dengue, Chikungunya, Zika, etc.
S.S. Vasan
H5N1 HPAI endemicity in Indonesia: a persistent zoonotic pathogen, difficult to control
Muhammad Hidayat
Filling Global Gaps for Responding to Delibeate Biological Events: Senior-Level Tabletop Exercise
Beth Cameron
1125 - 1145 Q&A
1145 - 1200 Networking Break | Exhibition, The Gallery
1200 - 1300 Session 2
Emerging Threats & Challenges Plenary AMR Stewardship Travel, Tourism and Outbreaks GHS Partnerships One Health Approaches Waterborne Disease Surveillance Systems Zoonotic Diseases in Resource-Constrained Settings Challenges in IHR Implementation Surveillance and Outbreak response New Approaches and Framings 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 Christopher Lee Christian Popescu Sara Davies Carmen Huckel Schneider Ellen Carlin Joel Negin Pia MacDonald Nick Harris Outi Kuivasniemi Martyn Kirk Frank Smith
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
1200 - 1210 Poonam Singh Investigating antibiotic knowledge and use among undergraduate pharmacy students in Australia and Sri Lanka
M.H.F. Sakee
Travel, tourism and outbreaks - The airline perspective
David Powell
Collaborative Efforts Leading to Novel Solutions in Vector Control
Nick Hamon
Building Tanzania International Health Regulations (IHR) Core Capacities through One Health Approach
Janneth Mghamba
Cholera Outbreaks Response, Kenyan Situation
Denis Ojuok
Outbreak Milestones: A Review of the Event-based Surveillance and Response System, 2017
Mariz Zheila Blanco
Integrated, multi-sectoral information system for zoonoses and emerging infectious diseases (EID) in Indonesia: evolution and scope
Pebi Purwo Suseno
Pandemic preparedness in Nepal: Stakeholder perspectives on the obstacles to meeting the IHR core capacity requirements
Sudha Ghimire
Role of surveillance in containing Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala, India and preventing an epidemic –insights and lessons learnt
Saravanan Poorni
Ecological Security is Health Security: Exploring the Links Between Global Health Security and Planetary Health
Ramon LL Guinto
1210 - 1220 Susan Brown Antibiotic sale and consumption trend in pharmacies in Nigeria, July 2017 to June 2018
Abiodun Egwuenu
Examining rights and obligations for travellers and governments under the (IHR 2005)
Carmen Dolea
Multifaceted and partner collaborative effort to enhance Ebola preparedness in Uganda- A case study of the Infectious Diseases Institute
Judith Nanyondo
Experience on Institutionalization of the One Health approach at national level: Is there a standard?
Andrew Kitua
Cholera Pandemics: Way Forward
Rukhsana Shaheen
Interventional training as a part of Implementation of Event-Based Surveillance at all administrative levels - Egypt, 2018
Abdallah Shehata
The front lines of spillover – PREDICT enables emerging threat risk reduction, detection, and reporting to promote global health security
Jonna Mazet
Political & Institutional Economy Analysis International Health Regulations 2005 and Integrated Disease Surveillance & Response in Pakistan
Habib Hussain
Monkeypox in Cameroonian Wildlife: Progress towards improved preparedness and management
Mohamed Moctar Mouiche Mouliom
Synergies between Global Fund-supported activities and health security: case studies in Kenya, Uganda, and Vietnam
Matthew Boyce
1220 - 1230 Lucica Ditiu Stewardship in the community – what is the role of government?
Anna Colwell
Travel, tourism and outbreaks: The role of public-private cooperation
Ryan Morhard
A Local University-Ministry of Health Partnership to Sustain the District Health Information System 2 (DHIS2) in Guinea, West Africa 2018-2019
Ousmane Souare
Deeper insights into the plague burden of Madagascar: where Medical Geology and Clinical Bacteriology meet – the One Health approach
Kirstin Meier
Prevention of the urban schistosomiasis outbreak after the flood through environmental modifications
Mengying Li
Towards a resilient and responsive health system: an assessment of disease surveillance system in Ghana
Jacob Novignon
Natural disasters and disease outbreaks in Europe: examining cascading risk pathways to inform cross-sectoral preparedness planning
Jonathan Suk
Strengthening Disease Surveillance and Response System in Tanzania: Lessons Learnt
Green Sadru
Can we have Global Health Security (GHS) without Human Security (HuS)?
Christine Phillips
1230 - 1240
Dirk Maurer
1240 - 1300 Q&A
1300 - 1400 Lunch Break / Poster Session 2: Emerging Threats & Challenges | Exhibition, The Gallery
1400 - 1500 Session 3
Regional approaches to Health Emergencies Plenary Panel Humanitarian Considerations Responses to the AMR threat in the Pacific Gendering Global Health Security Surveillance AMR Challenges NPHIs Laboratory Biosafety Civ-Mil Partnerships for GHS Humane Health Security Zoonotic Disease Survey 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 Laurette Mangouka Heather Pagano Leanne Robinson Caitlyn McKenzie Simo Nikkari Maurizio Labbate Stephen Redd Landry Mayigane Katrina Roper Clare Wenham Nita Madhav
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
1400 - 1410 Takeshi Kasai Conflict Zones: Joint External Evaluations and Global Health Security to Bridge Humanitarian Action and Development
Maureen Bartee
The view from Fiji
Eric Rafai
Bringing Gender Analysis to Infectious Disease Response
Sara Davies
Integrating environment for global health security gains
William Karesh
Cross-border movement of a highly drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strain identified in the Torres Strait, Australia
Arnold Bainomugisa
Impact of Government Integration on NPHI Strengthening
Oyeronke Oyebanji
Advancing Laboratory Biorisk Assessment Tools and Policies in Libya’s Public Health and Veterinary Laboratories
Erin Sorrell
Civil-Military Coordination in Liberia’s EVD Outbreaks
Joseph B N Kowo
Global Health Security: Addressing Social Determinants of Health through programmes and other initiatives
Sivan Saraswathy
Epidemiological characteristics of human brucellosis in Lianoning and Shangdong Provinces, China, 2005-2016
Hai Jiang
1410 - 1420 Ferdinand Fernando A Humanitarian Role for Public Health Emergencies of International Concern?
Jonathan Herington
The view from PNG
Paison Dakulala
Building Gender into Global Health Security: A Framework for Global Health Governance
Belinda Bennett
Myanmar-Thailand Medical Corps: Mil to Mil Close Partnership in Fighting against Rickettsial Infection
Tin Maung Hlaing
Diagnostic needs for Gonorrhea antibiotic stewardship in low and middle income countries
Cassandra Kelly-Cirino
Advancing National Public Health Institute development by building capacity in the “Core Four:” surveillance, laboratory, workforce and emergency response
Nancy Knight
Biosafety Cabinet Certification Around the Globe
Sherrie Staley
What Is The Evidence On Military Involvement In Global Health Security?
Joshua Michaud
Exploring the Drivers of Lassa Fever Virus Using a Systems Approach: Reflections from a Review of Literature
Urudinachi Agbo Agbo
1420 - 1430 Zabulon Yoti Yemen Crisis Response: Humanitarian Assistance in a War Zone
Ann Kimball
The view from the Solomon Islands
Alex Munamua
Pregnant Women and Vaccines Against Emerging Epidemic Threats: Ethics Guidance on an Inclusive and Responsive Research Agenda and Epidemic Response
Carleigh Krubiner
Health System Challenges to Disease Surveillance in Nigeria: Looking at Duplication of Effort between the Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response and the National Health Management
Olusesan Makinde
What Role Can Bacteriophage Play in Global Health Security?
Jason Gale
Pairing National Reference Laboratories for International Health Regulation Strengthening – collaborative learning for enhanced preparedness
Abiodun Egwuenu
The WHO’s National Framework for Civil-Military Collaboration for Preparedness in Health Emergencies
Ludy Suryantoro
‘Nothing about us without us’ – extending the international disability rights mantra to gender inclusiveness in CRVS system strengthening efforts for health emergencies
Claire Brolan
Lowland grazing and Marburg Virus Disease (MVD) outbreak in Kween district, Eastern Uganda
Siya Aggrey
1430 - 1440 Josephine Herman The securitization of health and its impact on humanitarian health workers: questioning the humanitarian space
Remco Van De Pas
1440 - 1500 Q&A
1500 - 1545 Afternoon Break / Poster Session 3: Partnerships, New Approaches, and Institutional Innovation | Exhibition, The Gallery
1545 - 1645 Session 4
AMR in Animal Populations Tools for Health Security Building IHR Capacities Health Security Challenges Partnerships for Health Security Navigating IHR Implementation AARs Health Security: Concept, Sustainability & Evidence Legal Approaches to Global Health Security Emerging Health Security Challenges 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 Catherine Machalaba Isaac Bogoch Josh Michaud Mike Maher Päivi Sillanaukee Ludy Suryantoro Maureen Bartee Katherine Littler Sara Davies Lance Brooks
Meeting Room
Meeting Room
1545 - 1555 Antimicrobial usage surveillance of animal health in Indonesia to address antimicrobial resistance
Havan Yusuf
Managing Epidemic Risk Using Frequency and Severity Analytics
Nita Madhav
Benchmarks-based Strategic Costing and Activity-based Detailed Costing for Implementation of International Health Regulations (IHR 2005)
Christopher Lee
Pandemics, Pills and Politics: Governing Global Health Security
Stefan Elbe
Industry Sponsored Integrated Community Health Programs and Outbreak Management in the Democratic Republic of Congo – How Private Enterprise can Enhance Health Security
Michael Bangs
Creating Tools and Building Capacity for Implementation of the International Health Regulations in Iraq
Erin Sorrell
Getting the most from After Action Reports to improve global health security
Michael Stoto
The continuum of health security: Reviewing the evidence
Albie Sharpe
Legal and Regulatory Preparedness for Public Health Emergencies
Sam Halabi
Out brief from the Inaugural Military Health Security Summit
Rear Admiral Louis Tripoli
1555 - 1605 Environmental spead of antibiotic-resistance bacteria in poultry farms: A cause for concern?
Yuvaneswary Veloo
Suite of Online Tools for Global Health Security
Stephanie Eaneff
Alignment of Planning and Implementation Processes for Health Security in Nigeria
Olubunmi Ojo
Health, the challenge of global governance?
Jean Paul Ilunga Mulaja
Enhancing implementation of an evidence-based knowledge transfer agenda to mitigate Japanese Encephalitis outbreaks in an endemic region
Aung Ye Naung Win
A maze of WHO IHR implementation monitoring tools creates high reporting burden and potential lack of compliance: supporting state parties in providing meaningful, accurate and comparable data
Jussi Sane
Towards a Best Practice Framework for Conducting After Action Reviews
Jonathan Suk
The Health Security Cycle: A Phased Approach to Preparedness
Julia Kibunja
Promoting Accelerated Access to Vaccines: Policies to Provisions
Julia Barnes-Weise
Current/Future Health Security Challenges, a Malaysia Perspective
Zalini Yunus
1605 - 1615 Knowledge and Practices of Veterinary Students on Antibiotics Use and Antimicrobial Resistance: A National Cross-sectional Survey
Ismail Odetokun
Value of a Global Health Security Index
Beth Cameron
Papua New Guinea – Health System Strengthening to build Health Security
John Hall
Global health security and the paradox of sustainability
Clare Wenham
Institutionalising Global Health Security (GHS): a case study of learning disabled organisations?
Mahomed Patel
Aligning the Madagascar Plague After Action Review and JEE recommendations for the strengthening of the overall preparedness and response capacities of the country
Landry Ndriko Mayigane
The Concept of Health Security and the Goals of Global Public Health
Jonathan Herington
Legal barriers to the sharing of influenza vaccines with GISRS: implications for global health security
Alex Phelan
Current/Future Health Security Challenges, a Indonesian Perspective
Ben Rimba
1615 - 1625 Antibiotic Resistance in Escherichia coli Isolated from Broiler Farms Environment in Subang district, West Java Province, Indonesia
Imron Saundy
Baseline capacities for Global Health Security Agenda action packages in African countries in fulfilling the International Health Regulation requirements
Viviane Rachel Ndoungue Donjeu Epse Fossouo
After Action Reviews and Simulation Exercises for Monitoring and Evaluation of the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) and Building Country Capacity for IHR (2005) Implementation
Landry Ndriko Mayigane
Current/Future Health Security Challenges, a ASEAN Perspective
Imwattana Pramote
1625 - 1645 Q&A
1800 - 2000

Screening Event
UNMASKED: We All Breathe

The Global Fund
Level 26, 161 Castlereagh Street, Sydney CBD
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1900 - 2200

Official Conference Dinner

“Dinner with the World Health Organization”
Poonam Khetrapal Singh, SEARO
Takeshi Kasai, WPRO
Jaouad Mahjour, ADG

Venue: Grand Ballroom, International Convention Centre, Sydney