Agenda

Agenda

 

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8.30

Welcome desk: registration, coffee

9.05

Introduction

9.10

Martin Dahinden, Director of the Swiss Development Cooperation SDC
Greetings

9.30

The global challenge

Janet Voute, World Health Organization
Raising the Priority Accorded to Noncommunicable Diseases in Development Work

Ruth Bell, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London
Social Determinants of Health: Chronic Diseases

Marc Suhrcke, University of East Anglia
Should governments invest in chronic disease prevention in developing countries? An economic perspective

 

Coffee Break

11.15

Experiences of the fight against chronic diseases

Pauline Guimet, Handicap International
Lutte contre le diabète dans les pays en développement: leçons apprises au terme de 3 ans d’expérience aux Philippines, Nicaragua et en Afrique subsaharienne

Carole Bucella, Groupes Volontaires Outre-Mer
La lutte quotidienne de Lorena: Le handicap en zone rurale au Salvador

Jochen Ehmer, SolidarMed
Chronic Disease Managment: Erfahrungen aus der HIV/Aids Epidemie

12.25

Midday break for stand-up lunch

13.20

Chronic diseases, health education and health systems

Beat Stoll, Institut für Sozial- und Präventivmedizin der Universität Genf
Chronische Krankheiten als Herausforderung an Primary Health Care: Das Beispiel Kamerun

Lina Langer, Swiss Red Cross / Marine Gambaryan, National Research Centre for Preventive Medicine Moscow
Chronic diseases in transition countries: Adressing the challenges – Strategies of SRC in Romania and Moldova
with a Film

Bettina Schwethelm, Fondation Partnerships in Health
Integrating chronic disease prevention and care into the routine services at the primary care level in Bosnia – The case of Diabetes

14.40

Parallel session

15.10

Coffee Break

15.40

Chronic diseases: Time to act

Panel Discussion

With :
Janet Voute, World Health Organization
Ruth Bell, University College London
Lina Langer, Swiss Red Cross

Moderation: Slim Slama

16.35

Summary

16.45

End of the conference

16.45

Moderator: Anne-Marie Holenstein