Appendix A
Information Gathering Workshop Agendas

COMMITTEE ON THE OPTIONS FOR OVERSEAS PLACEMENT OF U.S. HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

December 1, 2004

Lecture Room

National Academy of Sciences

2101 Constitution Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20418

Introductions

1:00

Committee Chairman’s Introduction

Fitzhugh Mullan, Chair

1:10

Introductory Remarks

Mark Dybul, Assistant U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Chief Medical Officer,

Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator



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Healers Abroad: Americans Responding to the Human Resource Crisis in HIV/AIDS Appendix A Information Gathering Workshop Agendas COMMITTEE ON THE OPTIONS FOR OVERSEAS PLACEMENT OF U.S. HEALTH PROFESSIONALS December 1, 2004 Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20418 Introductions 1:00 Committee Chairman’s Introduction Fitzhugh Mullan, Chair 1:10 Introductory Remarks Mark Dybul, Assistant U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Chief Medical Officer, Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator

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Healers Abroad: Americans Responding to the Human Resource Crisis in HIV/AIDS Overview of Human Resource Health Care Needs, Challenges, and Solutions 1:30 Human Resource Needs for Scaling Up HIV Treatment and Prevention Barbara Stilwell, Department of Human Resources for Health, Cluster on Evidence and Information for Policy, WHO 1:50 HRH Challenges and Solutions in Low Resource HIV Areas Ummuro Adano, Management Sciences for Health 2:10 Quality of Care and Human Resources in HIV Health Care Programs James Heiby, Country Coordinator, USAID Bureau of Global Health 2:30 Panel Discussion Moderator: Fitzhugh Mullan 2:50 Break Health Care Needs of Representative PEPFAR Countries 3:00 Zambia Gilbert Kombe, Abt Associates 3:15 Haiti Antoine Augustin, President and CEO MARCH Foundation 3:30 Vietnam Eric Krakauer, Director of the Vietnam–CDC–Harvard Medical School AIDS Partnership 3:45 Panel Discussion Moderator: Ronaldo Lima 4:05 Break Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Training Efforts 4:15 Model of Training for Grass Roots Work in HIV King Holmes, University of Washington

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Healers Abroad: Americans Responding to the Human Resource Crisis in HIV/AIDS 4:35 How the U.S. Military Trains Medics Col. Maureen Coleman, (RTD) Commander of the 32nd Medical Brigade of the AMEDDC&S 4:55 International Medical Cooperation: Lessons from the Cuban Experience Gail A. Reed, International Director, Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba (MEDICC) 5:15 Panel Discussion Moderator: Jane Carter 5:35 Adjourn December 2, 2004 Nongovernmental Organization Models of Intervention: Lessons Learned from the Mobilization of Volunteers 8:30 Global Ministries Paul Dirdak, Deputy General Secretary, GBGM and UMCOR 8:50 International Medical Corps Ky Luu, Vice President, IMC 9:10 Potential Future Volunteers: Issues and Obstacles to Service Brian Palmer, AMSA 9:30 Mission Doctors Association Elise Frederick, Executive Director, MDA 9:50 Models of Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children Karen Hein, past President of The William T. Grant Foundation 10:10 Panel Discussion Moderator: Gary Gunderson 10:30 Break

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Healers Abroad: Americans Responding to the Human Resource Crisis in HIV/AIDS Governmental and Nongovernmental Models: Lessons Learned from the Deployment and Assignment of Volunteers and Paid Professionals 10:45 Peace Corps Ronald Campbell, Country Director at Large, Office of the Director, Peace Corps 11:00 USPHS-CDC Mike St. Louis, Office of the Director, Global AIDS Program, CDC 11:15 Twinning Centers and the HRSA Initiatives to Move the Domestic HIV Experience Internationally Thurma McCann Goldman, HIV/AIDS Bureau Global Program, HRSA 11:30 National Health Service Corps Don Weaver, Assistant Surgeon General, Director, NHSC 11:45 Volunteers for Prosperity, Freedom Corps Jack Hawkins, Director of Volunteers for Prosperity 12:00 Health Volunteers Overseas Nancy Kelly, Executive Director HVO 12:15 Panel Discussion Moderator: Michele Barry 12:35 Lunch Building a Sustainable Health Care Workforce Through Training 1:35 HRH/HIV Opportunities: Equity and Sustainability Holly Burkhalter, U.S. Policy Director, Physicians for Human Rights Eric Friedman, Health Action AIDS Policy Associate, PHR 1:55 Training Kenyan Health Care Workers: An Academic Perspective Fred Valentine, Director, Center for AIDS Research, NYU School of Medicine

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Healers Abroad: Americans Responding to the Human Resource Crisis in HIV/AIDS 2:15 Partnering: University to University Training Robert Einterz, Assistant Dean and Director, IU-Moi Program 2:35 Panel Discussion Moderator: André-Jacques Neusy 2:55 Break 3:10 Academic Alliance for AIDS Care and Prevention in Africa Michael Scheld, UVA, Academic Alliance Foundation, co-director of the training programs 3:30 Ethical Issues in Foreign Health Workforce Assistance Programs Daniel Wikler, at Harvard School of Public Health 3:50 Educational Challenges in Building the Health Infrastructure to Combat HIV Barry Kistnasamy, Dean, Nelson Mandela School of Medicine 4:10 Panel Discussion Moderator: Fitzhugh Mullan Summary of Presentations and Open Discussion with Guests, Speakers, and Committee 4:30 Summary Comments: Main Speaker Harrison Spencer 4:45 Exchange of Ideas: Building an Overseas Health Care Workforce Model for HIV Fitzhugh Mullan 5:15 Adjourn

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Healers Abroad: Americans Responding to the Human Resource Crisis in HIV/AIDS February 14, 2005 Room 101 Keck Building 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 9:30 Inventory of Sending Organizations and Lessons Learned John Shippee, Independent Consultant 10:00 Human Capacity Development in the 15 PEPFAR Countries Xingzhu Liu, PHRplus, Abt Associates Inc. 10:30 Telemedicine and Telehealth Holly Ladd, Satellife 11:00 The Charge to the Committee Joe O’Neill, Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator 11:30 Work within the PEPFAR Context Jim Smith, AIHA 12:00 Lunch