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Complexity of Regional Entities. APEC. GMS. Pacific Public Health Surveillance Network (PPHSN). ASEAN. EIDIOR. Education networks SEAPHEIN SEAMEO INCLEN Multi-country university collaborations (consortia, etc. for specific fields, disciplines). Specific networks HIV/AIDS Malaria

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Complexity of Regional Entities

APEC

GMS

Pacific Public Health Surveillance Network (PPHSN)

ASEAN

EIDIOR

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Education networks

SEAPHEIN

SEAMEO

INCLEN

Multi-country university collaborations (consortia, etc. for specific fields, disciplines)

Specific networks

HIV/AIDS

Malaria

Avian influenza

Japanese Encephalitis

Accidents/injuries

Tobacco

Disaster preparedness

Occupational health

Sexual/reproductive health

Multitude of existing regional networks in health

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Cambodia

China (Yunnan)

Lao PDR

Thailand

Vietnam

Join forces with academic and training institutions

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civil society movements
Civil Society Movements
  • NGOs
  • Treatment Action Network, Asia Pacific Network of People with HIV/AIDS
  • Health consumer networks
  • Professional associations
regional human resources development to support cross border health 2001 2006
Regional human resources development to support Cross-border Health (2001-2006)
  • Public Health Training, Lao PDR, Vietnam, Cambodia
  • Regional training networks and institutes
    • “Healthy Borders,” SEAMEO-Trop Med
    • Field Epidemiology Training Program, MBDS
    • Geographic Information Systems, Mahidol Fac of Trop Med
    • Consortium and Leadership Training in Gender, Sexuality and Sexual Health
    • Training in Gender, Sexual Health for Health Professionals, Kunming Medical College
    • Mekong Performing Arts Laboratory
    • AIDS Treatment Preparedness, AIDS Access Foundation
    • “Empower University,” Empower Foundation
    • Cultural competencies in the health system, Prince of Songkhla
reflections for dr viroj
Reflections for Dr. Viroj
  • Clear set of expectations
  • Technical approaches that support country work
  • Collaborative action
  • Cohort development, continuity of engagement
  • Progressive learning, development, evolution
  • Safe space to disagree, debate, deliberate
  • Mentoring
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Network, Alliance, Consortium, Institution?
  • Time frame
  • On-going role of host institution
  • Evolution of entity
  • Regional identity, ownership, leadership
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How can AAAH be useful to other networks?
  • How can HRH concept and frameworks be disseminated within existing networks?
    • Key messages (keep them simple)
    • Overlapping nodes (Dr. Suwit, Dr. Viroj plus…)
    • Multiple contact points
  • What technical support is needed and can be provided by AAAH?
  • What communications channels and technologies are needed to facilitate collaboration?
  • At what point do you engage others? (Build on strength)
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