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Appendix B
Workshop Agendas

HEALTH SYSTEMS WORKSHOP

August 5–7, 2015
La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
Accra, Ghana

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 (Day 1)

8:30–8:50 am

Welcome

Michael Myers, Managing Director, The Rockefeller Foundation; Co-Chair, Workshop Planning Committee

Francis Omaswa, Executive Director of the African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation; Co-Chair, Workshop Planning Committee

Opening Remarks

Aba Bentil Andam, Vice President, Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences Representative

8:50–9:10

Overview of the National Academy of Medicine’s Global Health Risk Framework Initiative

Patrick Kelley, Director, Board on Global Health, Institute of Medicine (IOM), USA

Session I: Opening Plenary: Lessons from a Historical Perspective
Session Moderator: Gabriel Leung, Dean, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine,
The University of Hong Kong; Workshop Planning Committee

9:10–10:30

Case Study Panel Presentation

Rob Fowler, Physician, University of Toronto, Canada

Jane Ruth Aceng, Director General of Health Services, Ministry of Health, Kampala, Uganda

Trish M. Perl, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, USA

10:30–11:00

Break

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Session II: Building Health Systems Resilience
Session Moderator: Francis Omaswa

11:00–11:45

Building Sustainable Health Resilience: A Systems Approach

Michael Myers

11:45 am–12:30 pm

Discussion with Attendees and Case Study Panelists

12:30–1:30

Lunch

Session III: Focus Area Discussions

1:30–3:30

Breakout Discussions by Focus Area

Focus Area 1: Disease Surveillance Systems

Facilitators: David Fitter, Epidemiologist, Emergency Response and Recovery Branch, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Oyewale Tomori, President, Nigerian Academy of Science; Workshop Planning Committee

Focus Area 2: Local and Regional Workforce Capacity

Facilitator: Stella Anyangwe, Honorary Professor in Epidemiology, School of Health Systems and Public Health, University of Pretoria

Patrick M. Nguku, African Field Epidemiology Network, Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program

Abdulsalami Nasidi, Director General, Nigerian Centre for Disease Control

Jim Campbell, Director, Health Workforce, World Health Organization (WHO) Executive Director, Global Health Workforce Alliance

Focus Area 3: Health Care and Public Health Integration

Facilitator: P. Gregg Greenough, Research Director, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard School of Public Health

Koku Awoonor-Williams, Regional Director of Health Service for the Upper East Region of Ghana

Focus Area 4: Community Engagement

Facilitator: Ben Adeiza Adinoyi, Africa Zone Health and Care Coordinator, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; Workshop Planning Committee

Mosoka Fallah, Co-Principal Investigator: Ebola Natural History Study; US-Liberian Research Partnership/NIAID, Liberia

Janet Nakuti, Senior Program Officer, Monitoring and Documentation, Raising Voices, Kampala Uganda

3:30–4:00

Break

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Session IV: Plenary: Report Out
Session Moderator: Michael Myers

4:00–4:45

Report Out by Facilitators

4:45–5:30

Large Group Discussion

5:30

Adjourn

5:30–7:00

Reception

Thursday, August 6, 2015 (Day 2)

8:30–8:45 am

Welcome

Michael Myers

Francis Omaswa

Opening Remarks

Delanyo Dovlo, Director, Health Systems and Services Cluster, WHO Africa Regional Office

Session V: Cross-Sector Engagement in Building Systems to Support Health
Session Moderator: Ann Marie Kimball, Senior Consulting Fellow,
Royal Institute of Foreign Affairs, Chatham House; Workshop Planning Committee

8:45–10:15

Panel Discussion: Cross-Sector Engagement

Public Health

Peter Lamptey, Distinguished Scientist and President Emeritus, FHI360

Mental Health

Inge Petersen, Professor of Psychology, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Health Care

Kumanan Rasanathan, Senior Health Specialist, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

Business/Private Sector

Graham Davidson, Managing Director, Simandou Project, Guinea, Rio Tinto

Nana Yaa Afriyie Ofori-Koree, Foundation and Sustainability Manager, Vodafone Ghana Foundation

Nongovernmental Organization (NGO)/Civil Society

Saran Kaba Jones, Founder and Executive Director, FACEAfrica, Liberia

10:15–10:45

Break

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10:45–11:45

Discussion with Attendees: Reaction to Panel Discussion

11:45 am–12:45 pm

Lunch

Session VI: Focus Area Discussions

12:45–3:15

Breakout Discussions by Focus Area

Focus Area 1: Health Information Systems

Facilitator: Paul Biondich, Research Scientist, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Kate Wilson, Director of Digital Health Solutions, PATH, USA

Focus Area 2: Incorporating Global Reserve Teams on the Ground

Facilitator: Jim Campbell

Ian Norton, Foreign Medical Teams Working Group, WHO, Australia

Lewis Rubinson, Director, Critical Care Resuscitation Unit, University of Maryland, USA

Focus Area 3: Health Care Delivery and Supply Chain

Facilitator: David Sarley, Senior Program Officer, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Lloyd Matowe, Director, Pharmaceutical Systems Africa

Raj Panjabi, CEO of Liberian NGO Last Mile Health

Focus Area 4: Leadership and Management

Facilitator: Dan Hanfling, Contributing Scholar, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, USA

Ali Ardalan, Associate Professor and Chair, Disaster and Emergency Health Academy, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

3:15–3:30

Break

Session VII: Plenary: Report Out
Session Moderator: Francis Omaswa

3:30–4:30

Report Out by Facilitators

4:30–5:15

Large Group Discussion

5:15

Adjourn

Friday, August 7, 2015 (Day 3)

9:00–9:15 am

Welcome

Michael Myers

Francis Omaswa

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Session VIII: Synthesizing Components to Build Resilient Health Systems
Session Moderators: Michael Myers
Francis Omaswa

9:15–9:45

Building Integrated, Sustainable, and Resilient Health Systems—Reflections from the Workshop Planning Committee

Planning Committee Panelists

David Fitter

Ann-Marie Kimball

Ben Adeiza Adinoyi

Aba Bentil Andam

9:45–10:15

Discussion with Attendees

10:15–10:30

Break

10:30–11:30

Building Integrated, Sustainable, and Resilient Health Systems—A Reaction Panel

Peter Lamptey

Raphael Frankfurter, Executive Director, Wellbody Alliance

Delanyo Dovlo

Daniel López-Acuña, Former Director for Recovery and Transition, Cluster of Health Action in Crisis, WHO

Marie Claire Tchecola, Nurse, Donka Hospital, Conakry, Guinea (Translation by Pascale Krumm, Health Communications Office, CDC)

11:30 am–12:00 pm

Wrap Up and Discussion with Attendees

12:00

Closing Remarks

Patrick Kelley

Michael Myers

Francis Omaswa

12:15

Workshop Adjourned

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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL PRODUCTS WORKSHOP

August 19–21, 2015
Cheung Kung Hai Conference Centre
Hong Kong

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 (Day 1)

8:40 am

Welcome

Gabriel Leung, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Victor Dzau, National Academy of Medicine

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Keynote Lecture

Margaret Chan, WHO

Session I: Incentives and Development Models
Moderator: Tachi Yamada, Frazier Life Sciences

Objectives:

  • Review existing incentives, business models, and partnership approaches that support the research and development of medical products for emerging infectious diseases.
  • Identify shortcomings in existing regulatory and financial incentives, and highlight promising ideas for improvements that can help advance the development of medical products for emerging infectious diseases.
  • Discuss challenges to building and sustaining more effective business models and public private partnerships; explore promising approaches and identify key attributes of a well working collaborative approach.

9:30

Segment A: Existing and Promising Incentives

Keynote Lecture

BT Slingsby, Global Health Innovative Technologies Fund

Panel Discussion

Lynn Marks, GlaxoSmithKline

Rajeev Venkayya, Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Kevin Outterson, Boston University

10:50

Break

11:00

Segment B: Sustainable and Effective Business Models and Public–Private Partnerships

Keynote Lectures

David Reddy, Medicines for Malaria Venture

Krishna Ella, Bharat Biotech International Limited

Panel Discussion

Mel Spigelman, TB Alliance

Graeme Bilbe, Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative

Peter Dull, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

12:30 pm

Lunch

Session 2: Science and Regulatory Convergence and Capacity
Moderator: Maria Freire, Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

Objectives:

  • Review and characterize the needs and gaps in current scientific tools, technologies, and capacities to develop and evaluate products.
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  • Highlight promising common platforms to enable nimble and rapid development and evaluation of products.
  • Discuss whether and how discordant regulatory specifications hinder efficient development and evaluation of medical products, and possible approaches for convergence.
  • Characterize the critical needs of country regulatory authorities in times of public health emergency and discuss potential strategies regulators and international organizations can take to help address these needs.
  • Discuss potential strategies for encouraging the sharing of knowledge, clinical, and clinical trial data to speed clinical assessment of investigational products for emerging infectious disease.

1:30

Segment A: State of the Science

Keynote Lectures

Michael Pfleiderer, Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, Federal Institute for Vaccines and Biomedicines

Trevor Mundel, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Panel Discussion

Margaret Hamburg, National Academy of Medicine

Rudi Pauwels, BioCartis NV

Charles Goldstein, Becton Dickinson

Adel Mahmoud, Princeton University

Craig E. Colton, 3M Personal Safety Division

3:00

Segment B: Sharing of Data and Reagents, Intellectual Property and Liability

Keynote Lecture

Anthony So, Duke University

Panel Discussion

Michelle Mulder, South African Medical Research Council

Lynn Marks, GlaxoSmithKline

Reid Adler, Practical Innovation Strategy

4:20

Break

4:30

Segment C: Global Regulatory Convergence and Capacity

Keynote Lectures

Margaret Hamburg

Hans-Georg Eichler, European Medicines Agency

Panel Discussion

Raymond Chua, Singapore Health Sciences Authority

Mike Ward, WHO

6:00

Adjourn

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Thursday, August 20, 2015 (Day 2)

Session 3: Clinical Assessment
Moderator: Maria Freire

Objectives:

  • Examine barriers to the clinical assessment of the safety and efficacy of investigational medical products in communities experiencing a public health emergency from an emerging infectious disease.
  • Discuss a framework for determining when investigational products should be subjected to controlled clinical assessment and when they should be used more broadly under other mechanisms.
  • Describe responsible and adaptive clinical trial designs that could be developed for use in times of public health emergencies and discuss ethical considerations associated with the possible options.
  • Consider ethical and methodological standards that may be used to determine optimal trial designs for assessing the readiness of investigational medical products prior to broader deployment during public health emergency.
  • Highlight strategies for engaging communities during times of public health emergency to determine how and when to undertake controlled clinical assessment and, where trials are used, to facilitate rapid and fair enrollment in trials for investigational products.

9:00 am

Segment A: Ethical Principles and Methodological Framework for Clinical Trial Designs

Keynote Lectures

Andre Kalil, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Fred Binka, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana

Panel Discussion

Luciana Borio, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (via video conference)

Paul Stoffels, Johnson & Johnson

Mike Levine, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Peter Kilmarx, Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of Health

Rob Califf, U.S. FDA (via video conference)

11:00

Break

11:10

Segment B: Practical Considerations and Community Engagement

Keynote Lecture

Samba Sow, Center for Vaccine Development, Mali

Panel Discussion

Joan Awunyo-Akaba, Future Generations International, Ghana

Beth Bell, U.S. CDC

Fred Binka

12:30 pm

Lunch

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Session 4: Manufacturing, Stockpiling and Deployment
Moderator: Tachi Yamada

Objectives:

  • Characterize the needs and gaps in current manufacturing, stockpiling, and supply chain mechanisms for medical product development and deployment during public health emergencies.
  • Highlight promising approaches for delivery and deployment of products that are manufactured outside of an affected region during public health emergencies.
  • Discuss the ethical considerations of different manufacturing approaches and deployment capabilities.

1:30

Segment A: Manufacturing and Stockpiling

Keynote Lecture

Rajeev Venkayya, Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Discussion Panel

Krishna Ella, Bharat Biotech International Limited

Shanelle Hall, UNICEF

2:50

Break

3:00

Segment B: Supply Chain Mechanisms and Deployment

Keynote Lecture

David Ripin, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Discussion Panel

Shanelle Hall

Rajeev Venkayya

4:00

Adjourn

Friday, August 21, 2015 (Day 3)

Session 5: Top Priorities for Facilitating Medical Product Research and Development
Moderators: Maria Freire
Tachi Yamada

Objectives:

  • Examine the ethical and practical considerations for setting priorities to facilitate medical product research, development, and availability.
  • Discuss potential strategies for developing a structure and process to select priorities for medical product research, development, and availability.
  • Discuss potential strategies for encouraging collaboration and information sharing among private companies to speed research and development for top priorities.
  • Explore how to align regulatory considerations, development milestones, and financing models for designated top priorities.
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9:00 am

Summary Lecture

Tachi Yamada

Panel Discussion

Robin Robinson, Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (via video conference)

Peter Kilmarx

Paul Stoffels

Glenda Gray, South African Medical Research Council

11:20

Closing Remarks

Ceci Mundaca-Shah, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

11:30

Adjourn

• • •

PANDEMIC FINANCING WORKSHOP

August 27–28, 2015
National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Avenue NW
Washington DC

Thursday, August 27, 2015 (Day 1)

8:00–8:30 am

Breakfast available

Session I: Welcome and Overview
Objective: To introduce the agenda and give an overview of the workshop’s key themes.

8:30–9:00

Welcome and Introductions

Prashant Yadav, Vice President and Senior Research Fellow, William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan

Victor Dzau, President, National Academy of Medicine

9:00–10:30

International Cooperative Action on Pandemics

Moderator: Olga Jonas, Economic Adviser and Coordinator, Operational Response to Avian and Pandemic Influenzas, World Bank

Gordon Woo, Catastrophist, Risk Management Solutions

Jordan Tappero, Director Division of Global Health Protection, U.S. CDC

Eduardo González Pier, Vice Minister Integration and Development, Ministry of Health, Mexico

Aron Betru, CEO, Financing for Development

10:30–10:45

Break

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Session II: Marshaling Funding for Preparedness and Response
Objective: To discuss different options for making funding available in low- and middle-income
countries during a pandemic and the circumstances that favor certain options over others.

10:45–11:45

Pandemic Emergency Funds: The WHO Contingency Fund, the World Bank, and IMF Financing Facilities

Moderator: Peter Sands, Former Group CEO, Standard Chartered PLC

Katherine DeLand, Chief of Staff, Ebola Response, WHO

Chris Lane, Division Chief, Low-Income Countries Strategy, Policy and Review, IMF

Priya Basu, Manager, Development Finance, The World Bank Group

11:45 am–1:15 pm

Adapting Insurance Products for Pandemic Risk

Moderator: Panos Varangis, Global Lead, Agricultural Finance and Disaster Risk Finance, Finance and Markets Global Practice, IFC

Olivier Mahul, Program Manager, Disaster Risk Financing & Insurance, World Bank

Nikhil da Victoria Lobo, Head, Global Partnerships, Americas, Swiss Re

Simon Young, GeoSY Ltd.

José Ángel Villalobos, Senior Insurance Specialist, World Bank

Gunther Kraut, Financial Solutions Life, Munich Re (by video)

1:15–2:15

Lunch

2:15–3:45

Innovative Financing for Preparedness and Response

Moderator: Juan Costain, Lead Financial Specialist, World Bank

Paolo Sison, Director Innovative Finance, Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

Christopher Egerton-Warburton, Partner, Lion’s Head Global Partners

Lelio Marmora, Executive Director, UNITAID

Adam Bornstein, Specialist Innovative Health Financing, The Global Fund

3:45–4:00

Break

Session III: Identifying Triggers and Modelling Risk
Objective: To discuss a verifiable trigger for payout and a suitable group to adjudicate triggers, to understand what models can tell us about pandemic risk.

4:00–5:30

Modelling and Triggers for Payout

Moderator: Prashant Yadav

Nathan Wolfe, CEO, Metabiota

Martin Meltzer, Lead, Health Economics and Modeling Unit, U.S. CDC

Gordon Woo

Nita Madhav, Principal Scientist, Research and Modelling, AIR Worldwide

5:30

Adjourn

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All participants and guests are invited to a reception in the Great Hall immediately following the meeting.

6:30

Dinner in the National Academy of Sciences Building for speakers, moderators, and invited guests

Friday, August 28, 2015 (Day 2)

8:30–9:00 am

Breakfast available

9:00–9:15

Welcome and Overview

Prashant Yadav

Session IV: Management and Administration of Funds
Objective: To understand the constraints on donors and discuss how financial tools can be designed to encourage risk sharing and crowding in; to discuss the administrative burden emergency payments place recipient country governments.

9:15–10:45

Financing Challenges In-Country

Moderator: Peter Sands

Tendai Biti, Former Minister of Finance, Zimbabwe

Gordon Liu, Yangtze River Scholar, Professor of Economics, National School of Development, Peking University

Victor Bampoe, Deputy Minister of Health, Ghana

James Kollie, Deputy Minister for Fiscal Affairs, Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Liberia

10:45–11:00

Break

11:00 am–12:30 pm

Donor Considerations and Crowding-In

Moderator: Trish Stroman, Partner and Managing Director, BCG

Tore Godal, Special Advisor, Office of the Prime Minister, Norway

Jennifer Adams, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Global Health, USAID

Gargee Ghosh, Director Development Policy and Finance, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Erin Hohlfelder, Policy Director Global Health, ONE Campaign

12:30–1:30

Lunch

Session V: Financing Preparedness and Giving Incentives
Objective: To explain how financial incentives can be used to encourage preparedness and health systems development.

1:30–3:00

The Investment Case for Preparedness and the Role of the Private Sector

Moderator: Eduardo González Pier, Vice Minister Integration and Development, Ministry of Health, Mexico

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Staci Warden, Executive Director Center for Financial Markets, Milken Institute Trish Stroman

Daniel Hanna, Managing Director, Head of Public Sector and Development Organisations: Africa, Americas and Europe, Standard Chartered Bank

David Crush, Manager, IFC

3:00–3:15

Break

3:15–4:45

Incentives and Preparedness

Moderator: Milan Brahmbhatt, Senior Fellow, World Resources Institute

Richard Gregory, Senior Policy Advisor, Global Health Security, DfID

David Nabarro, Secretary General’s Special Envoy on Ebola, UN (by video)

George Gao, Deputy Director-General, China CDC

Hans Troedsson, Assistant Director General for General Management, WHO

4:45–5:00

Closing Remarks

5:00

Adjourn

• • •

GOVERNANCE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH WORKSHOP
September 1–2, 2015
Wellcome Trust—Gibbs Building
London, United Kingdom

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 (Day 1)

8:00–8:30 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30–8:40

Welcome

Jeremy Farrar, Director, Wellcome Trust

David Relman, Chair of the Forum on Microbial Threats, IOM; Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University

8:40–8:55

Overview of the Global Health Risk Framework Initiative

Patrick Kelley, Director, Board on Global Health, IOM

8:55–9:00

Keynote Introduction

David Relman

9:00–9:30

Keynote Remarks: Governance for Global Health—Engaging Intergovernmental Organizations to Achieve Collection Action

Keizo Takemi, Member of Japanese Parliament

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Session I: Definition of Governance for Global Health and Lessons Learned from Outbreaks of the Past
Session Moderator: Ximena Aguilera, Director, Center of Epidemiology and Public Health Policies, Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile

Objectives:

  • Illuminate key elements of “good” governance for global health.
  • Examine compliance enhancing mechanisms to drive good governance and implementation of existing international norms.
  • Synthesize lessons learned from recent infectious disease outbreaks and opportunities to strengthen governance for global health.
  • Identify ways in which International Health Regulations (IHR) can be modified to achieve its intended purpose.

9:30–10:10

Part 1: Elements of Good Governance for Global Health

Presentations

David Fidler, Professor of Law, Indiana University

Alejandro Thiermann, President, Terrestirial Animal Health Code Commission, World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)

10:10–10:30

Discussion

10:30–10:45

Break

10:45–11:45

Part 2: Lessons Learned from Outbreaks of the Past

Case Study Panel

David Heymann, Head/Chair, Public Health England/Chatham House

Harvey Fineberg, President, Moore Foundation

Joanne Liu, President, Médecins Sans Frontières

11:45 am–12:45 pm

Discussion

12:45–1:30

Lunch

Session II: Challenges in Governance for Global Health for Fragile States
Session Moderator: Oyewale Tomori, President, Nigerian Academy of Science

Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast different governance approaches for fragile health systems vs. other areas and identify where new approaches are relevant.
  • Identify how to measure and define success of governance for global health for areas with weak political systems and economies.

1:30–2:10

Presentations

Paul Wise, Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy, Stanford University School of Medicine; Senior Fellow, Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University

Mark Heywood, Executive Director, Section27 (South Africa)

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2:10–2:40

Discussion

Session III: Challenges in Current Design of Global Health Governance
Session Moderator: Margaret A. Hamburg, Former Commissioner, U.S. FDA

Objectives:

  • Highlight ways WHO and member states can be better equipped to address global outbreaks.
  • Discuss recent proposals made to enhance global preparedness and response.
  • Identify how global security initiatives and frameworks can work together to boost preparedness and response.
2:40–4:30

Presentations

Charles Clift, Senior Consulting Fellow, Center on Global Health Security, Chatham House

Margaret Chan, Director General, WHO

Colin McIff, Senior Health Attaché, U.S. Mission, Geneva

Dame Barbara Stocking, President, Murray Edwards College

4:30–4:50

Break

4:50–6:00

Panel Discussion

6:00–6:15

Concluding Remarks

David Relman

6:15

Adjourn

Wednesday, September 2, 2015 (Day 2)

8:30–9:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00–9:15

Summary of Day One

David Relman

Session IV: Models of Governance for Global Health
Moderator: Larry Gostin, University Professor of Global Health Law, Georgetown University

Objectives:

  • Illuminate goals of governance systems considering domains from the international, national, regional, and local levels.
  • Compare and contrast four potential models of governance for global health, including key features of organizational structure, funding, legitimacy, authority, and accountability.
  • Identify a broad array of stakeholders and effective methods for integrating and leveraging partner engagements for strong governance for global health.
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agendas." National Academy of Medicine. 2016. The Neglected Dimension of Global Security: A Framework to Counter Infectious Disease Crises. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21891.
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9:15–10:05

Part 1: Systems for Governance: How Should They Fit Together?

Presentations

Claude de Ville de Goyet, Consultant to UN and Former WHO/Pan American Health Organization Emergency Preparedness Director

Ron St. John, WHO Consultant

10:05–10:20

Break

10:20–11:10

Presentations

Ben Anyene, Chairman, Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria

Rebecca Marmot, Vice President, Global Partnerships, Unilever

11:10 am–12:10 pm

Panel Discussion

12:10–1:00

Lunch

1:00

Part 2: Laying Out Some Governance Options: The Work of Concurrent Panels and Debate

1:00–1:40

Insights from Concurrent Initiatives

Peter Piot, Director, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Joy Phumaphi, Executive Secretary of African Leaders Malaria Alliance, Member of UN High-Level Panel on Global Response to Health Crises

1:40–1:50

The Debate: Introduction

Moderator: Larry Gostin
1:50–2:10

Model 1: WHO Status Quo

Charles Clift

2:10–2:30

Model 2: “WHO Plus”

WHO with an attached center for humanitarian and outbreak management under the line authority of the WHO Director-General and with strategic, operational, and tactical roles. It combines both strategic and operational missions within the WHO-Geneva culture. Ilona Kickbusch, Director, Global Health Programme, Graduate Institute of Geneva
2:30–2:50

Model 3: The Executive Agency Model

WHO as the host for a center for humanitarian and outbreak management operating under the authorities of the UN Secretary-General and executing strategic, operational, and tactical roles. (This taps the expertise of WHO but draws from a higher level of authority for command and control and political support.) It would insulate the Center from the WHO culture and the politics of the World Health Assembly but derive vast technical benefits.

Yasushi Katsuma, Dean, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University

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2:50–3:10

Model 4: The Model of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance

A separate agency.

Daniel López-Acuña

3:10–4:00

Panel and General Discussion

Moderator: Harvey Fineberg

Featured Reactors

Kenji Shibuya, Professor and Chair of Global Health Policy, University of Tokyo

Ann Marie Kimball, Senior Consulting Fellow, Chatham House

4:00–4:15

Break

Session V: Other Considerations in Governance for Global Health
Moderator: Chris Elias, President, Global Development, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Objectives:

  • Synthesize best practices for translating research and lessons learned into actions for governance for global health.
  • Identify financing mechanisms that help mobilize and maintain good governance and steer policy directions.
4:15–5:15

Panel Discussion

Tim Evans, Senior Director, Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice, World Bank

Jeremy Farrar

Daniel López-Acuña

5:15–5:45

Open Discussion

5:45–6:00

Concluding Remarks

Eileen Choffnes, Scholar, Board on Global Health, IOM

Ceci Mundaca-Shah, Senior Program Officer, Board on Global Health, IOM

David Relman

6:00

Adjourn

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Since the 2014 Ebola outbreak many public- and private-sector leaders have seen a need for improved management of global public health emergencies. The effects of the Ebola epidemic go well beyond the three hardest-hit countries and beyond the health sector. Education, child protection, commerce, transportation, and human rights have all suffered. The consequences and lethality of Ebola have increased interest in coordinated global response to infectious threats, many of which could disrupt global health and commerce far more than the recent outbreak.

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