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Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Preventing the Global Epidemic of Cardiovascular Disease: Meeting the Challenges in Developing Countries; Fuster V, Kelly BB, editors. Promoting Cardiovascular Health in the Developing World: A Critical Challenge to Achieve Global Health. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2010.

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Promoting Cardiovascular Health in the Developing World: A Critical Challenge to Achieve Global Health.

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CPublic Session Agendas

PUBLIC INFORMATION-GATHERING SESSION

April 13–14, 2009
Agenda
Monday, April 13, 2009
8:00AMWelcoming Remarks
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair
8:10AM–9:25AMPanel 1: Global Trends in Cardiovascular Disease and Related Risk Factors
Moderator: Arun Chockalingam, Committee Member
Presentation: Overview of global trends in cardiovascular disease
Derek Yach, Committee Member, PepsiCo
Presentation: Overview of classic and emerging risks for CVD
Salim Yusuf, McMaster University
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
9:25AM–9:45AMBREAK
9:45AM–10:35AMPanel 2, Part I: Economic Impact of Cardiovascular Disease
Moderator: Rachel Nugent, Committee Member
Presentation: Macro- and micro-economic impacts of cardiovascular disease
Marc Suhrcke, University of East Anglia
Presentation: Macro- and micro-economic costs of diabetes in developing countries
Jonathan Brown, Kaiser Permanente Northwest
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
10:35AM–11:45AMPanel 2, Part II: Economically Efficient Approaches to Address Cardiovascular Disease
Moderator: Rachel Nugent, Committee Member
Presentation: Economically efficient approaches to address cardiovascular disease in developing countries
Tom Gaziano, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Presentation: Economic analysis of care models to address cardiovascular disease
Stephen Jan, University of Sydney
Presentation: Cost-effective public policy tools: Lessons learned from tobacco control
Prabhat Jha, University of Toronto
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
11:45AM–12:05PMKey Issues in Implementation
Presentation: Lessons learned from the Disease Control Priorities Project
Prabhat Jha, University of Toronto
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
12:05PM–1:00PMLUNCH BREAK
1:00PM–2:10PMPanel 3, Part I: Health Promotion and Primary Prevention
Moderator: Frank Hu, Committee Member
Presentation: Emerging global dietary habits and the burden of cardiovascular diseases
Dariush Mozaffarian, Harvard University
Presentation: Under- and overnutrition and cardiovascular disease risk
Benjamin Caballero, Johns Hopkins University
Presentation: Physical activity and cardiovascular disease risk
Frank Hu, Committee Member, Harvard University
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
2:10PM–3:25PMPanel 3, Part II: Prevention and Health Systems Strengthening
Moderator: John Farquhar, Committee Member
Presentation: Secondary prevention and systems approaches: Lessons from EUROASPIRE and EUROACTION
Kornelia Kotseva, Imperial College
Presentation: Chronic disease management in healthcare systems in middle and low income countries
Sania Nishtar, Heartfile
Presentation: Integration of care within health systems in LMIC
Mukadi Ya Diul, Family Health International
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
3:25PM–3:45PMBREAK
3:45PM–4:35PMPanel 4: Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Promotion and Prevention
Moderator: Jean Claude Mbanya, Committee Member
Presentation: Measurement in low and middle income countries: Lessons from monitoring, evaluation and surveillance programs for HIV and potential for integration of cardiovascular disease and HIV surveillance
Inoussa Kabore, Family Health International
Presentation: Worldwide surveillance
Samira Asma, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
4:35PM–4:45PMClosing Remarks and Adjournment of Public Session
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
8:00AMWelcoming Remarks
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair
8:10AM–10:00AMPanel 5: Approaches to Behavior Change for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction
Moderator: Robert Hornik, Committee Member
Presentation: Preventing HIV transmission: Successes and disappointments
Tom Coates, University of California, Los Angeles
Presentation: Use of mass media for health communication in the developing world
Bill Smith, Academy for Educational Development
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
Presentation: Use of education-entertainment for health communication in the developing world
Charlotte Cole, Sesame Workshop
Presentation: Social marketing programs in health in developing countries
Brian Smith, Population Services International
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
Presentation: Behavioral incentives Dean Karlan, Yale University
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
10:00AM–10:20AMBREAK
10:20AM–12:15PMPanel 6: Multisectoral Involvement: Collaborations to Foster Effective CVD Prevention
Moderator: John Peabody, Committee Member
Roundtable:
CVD prevention in urban settings: New York City
Lynn Silver, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
CVD prevention in rural, low-income settings: Millennium Villages
Sonia Sachs, Columbia University
Integrated approaches to address obesity
Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University
Integrated approaches to address community and environmental barriers to physical activity
Vicki Lambert, University of Cape Town
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
Roles of agriculture and food sectors in cardiovascular disease
Rachel Nugent, Committee Member, Center for Global Development
Agriculture and food policy
Corinna Hawkes, Independent Consultant
Food marketing policy
Gerard Hastings, University of Sterling (via telephone)
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
12:15PM–1:15PMLUNCH BREAK
1:15PM–2:05PMPanel 7: Advocacy
Moderator: Peter Lamptey, Committee Member
Presentation: Mobilizing student and youth engagement for advocacy
Sandeep Kishore, Weill Cornell/The Rockefeller University/Sloan-Kettering Institute, Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program
Presentation: Lessons learned from successful advocacy and engagement of policy makers
Bill Novelli, AARP
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
2:05PM–3:05PMPanel 8: Regional Updates on CVD Trends and Actions
Moderator: Sylvie Stachenko, Committee Member
Roundtable:
Srinath Reddy, Committee Member, Public Health Foundation of India
George Mensah, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Youfa Wang, Johns Hopkins University
Beatriz Marcet Champagne, InterAmerican Heart Foundation
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
3:05PM–3:25PMBREAK
3:25PM–5:15PMPanel 9: Governance and Coordination of Global Efforts
Moderator: Derek Yach, Committee Member
Roundtable:
Ala Alwan and Fiona Adshead, World Health Organization
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair, World Heart Federation
Abdallah Daar, Global Alliance for Chronic Disease
Sir John Bell, Oxford Health Alliance (via telephone)
Stephen Kehoe, International Food and Beverage Association
Michael Engelgau, World Bank
Scott Ratzan, World Economic Forum
Rachel Nugent, Committee Member, Center for Global Development
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
5:15PM–5:30PMClosing Remarks and Adjournment of Public Session
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair

PUBLIC INFORMATION-GATHERING SESSION

July 9, 2009
Agenda
8:00AMWelcoming Remarks
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair
8:10AM–9:30AMPanel 1: Metrics and Measurement for Surveillance and Impact Evaluation
Moderator: John Peabody, Committee Member
Presentations:
Philip Setel, Gates Foundation
Michael Engelgau, World Bank
Sally Stansfield, Health Metrics Network (via videoconference)
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
9:30AM–9:40AMBREAK
9:40AM–11:05AMPanel 2: Implementation Roundtable
Moderator: K. Srinath Reddy, Committee Member
Roundtable: Challenges and lessons learned for the implementation of programs and policies to address cardiovascular diseases at various levels (local to national)
K.R. Thankappan, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Karala, India
Trevor Hassell, National Commission for Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases, Barbados
Pascal Bovet, Ministry of Health, Seychelles (via teleconference)
Jacob Plange-Rhule, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Ghana (via teleconference)
Wu Fan, Shanghai Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, China
Martha Hill, Johns Hopkins University, United States
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
11:05AM–11:15AMBREAK
11:15AM–12:45PMPanel 3: U.S. Federal Agency Roundtable
Moderator: Rachel Nugent, Committee Member
Roundtable: Interagency dialog to inform strategies for addressing global cardiovascular disease and related chronic diseases
Cristina Rabadán-Diehl, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Roger Glass, Fogarty International Center
Yuling Hong, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Gloria Steele, USAID Bureau for Global Health
Kathleen Merrigan and Robert Post, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Q&A AND DISCUSSION
12:45PMAdjournment
Valentín Fuster, Committee Chair
Copyright © 2010, National Academy of Sciences.
Bookshelf ID: NBK45697

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