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Tuesday, September 5
8:00 – 10:00 am
Health Technology Assessment
Public Health in a collaborative world
Chairs: Adriana Velazquez-Berumen (WHO) – John Kimberly (USA)
Discussant: André Ilbawi (WHO) – Lee L. Swanström (USA)
- Improving access to priority medical devices. André Ilbawi (WHO)
- Understanding the current status, gaps and the role of innovation.
- Equitable access to treatments in low- and medium access countries. Vikash Sewram (South Africa
- Clinical trials on medical devices: a view from the Regulator. Vikash Sewram (South Africa)
- Esophageal stenting of esophageal cancers in Kenya. Russell E. White (Kenya)
- Cost-effectiveness of optical endo-microscopy vs high definition white light endoscopy alone.
Simone Guaraldi (Brazil)
- How to build capacity?
– The SFITS Center in Geneva. Jelena Godjevac (Switzerland)
– Importance of Technology in Health planning
- Missions of the OESO Foundation
– Cameroon: Nana Blondel Oumarou (Cameroon)
– Nigeria: Rich Umeh (Nigeria)
- How to evaluate performance?
– Prediction of esophageal cancer development in China. Gui-qi Wang (China)
- The new models emerging for research and innovation technology. John Kimberly (USA)
– Preparing leaders in Public Health for success in a collaborative world.
- The Netherland experience of centralization of surgery. Donald L. van der Peet (Netherland)
- Effective planning and implementation of priority medical devices.
- Achieving improved access to devices in the era of universal health coverage.
Adriana Velazquez-Berumen (WHO)