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Reproductive Health Interventions: Report of a Meeting Appendix MEETING ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INTERVENTIONS Panel on Reproductive Health National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences Building GR 104 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC January 25-26, 1995 PURPOSE: To give the members of the Panel on Reproductive Health an opportunity to draw on additional sources of expertise in areas relevant to their work. The meeting will deal selectively with some themes cutting across sections of the panel's planned report, rather than trying to cover the broad range of topics relevant to reproductive health. AGENDA January 25 8:30 Continental breakfast 9:00 Welcome and Introduction: Judith Wasserheit (cochair of Panel on Reproductive Health and chair of Expert Meeting); John Haaga (staff director, Committee on Population) COSTS AND QUALITY OF SERVICES 9:15 Defining Packages of Reproductive Health Services Using Cost-effectiveness Criteria in Mexico, Ghana, and Tanzania Peter Cowley and José-Luis Bobadilla (The World Bank) (TAB 1) 9:45 Comments by Barbara Janowitz (Family Health International) 10:00 Discussion 10:15 Coffee break
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Reproductive Health Interventions: Report of a Meeting 10:30 Efforts to Improve Quality of Reproductive Health Services Beverly Winikoff (Population Council) 10:50 Quality Assurance Wayne Stinson (University Research Corporation) (TAB 2) 11:10 Comments by Christopher Elias 11:30 The Potential Role of NGOs in Providing RH Services, Improving Quality, and Promoting Utilization Sandra Mostafa Kabir (Bangladesh Women's Health Coalition) 12:00 How Differences in the Meaning of Consent Affect Perceptions of Sexual and Reproductive Health Lori Heise (Pacific Institute on Women's Health) (TAB 3) 12:30 Comments by Huda Zurayk (The Population Council) 12:45 Discussion. 1:00 Lunch INTERVENTIONS 1:30 Life Skills Education in Developing Countries Rhona Birrell Weisen (WHO) (TAB 4) 2:00 Sexuality Information and Education in Developing Countries Debra Haffner (SIECUS) (TAB 5) 2:30 Adolescents as Client Populations, and Effectiveness of School-Based Programs Douglas Kirby (ETR Associates) (TAB 6) 3:00 Comments by Susan Pick, James Shelton 3:15 Discussion 3:30 Tea Break 3:45 Mass Communication for Health Promotion William Smith (Academy for Educational Development) (TAB 7)
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Reproductive Health Interventions: Report of a Meeting 4:15 Trade-offs between Large-scale Communication and More Intense Targeted Programs William Schellstede (AIDSCAP Project) (TAB 7) 4:45 Comments by Jose Rimon and Lawrence Kincaid (Population Communication Services, Johns Hopkins University) 5:15 Discussion 5:30 Adjourn January 26 8:30 Continental breakfast SERVICE INTEGRATION 9:00 When Does Integration Make Sense? Pierre Mercenier (Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp) (TAB 8) 9:30 Comments by Ruth Simmons (University of Michigan); Willard Cates (Family Health International) 10:15 Discussion 10:30 Summary Amy Tsui (University of North Carolina) 10:45 Adjourn
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