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  1. Introduction for ICIUM2011 Moderators and Rapporteurs Anita Wagner Catherine Vialle-Valentin Dennis Ross-Degnan International Scientific Program Committee

  2. Objectives of ICIUM2011 • Assemble state-of-the-art knowledge • Ways to improve health through improved medicines use • Focus on vulnerable populations • Recommend evidence-based strategies • Multiple stakeholders, at different levels of the health care system • Develop future research agenda • Fill gaps in current knowledge • Focus on emerging challenges & opportunities • Evaluate impacts of change • Plan dissemination and implementation • Globally, regionally, nationally, locally

  3. Conference Overview Monday Welcomes & Keynote Addresses Key Contemporary Issues Special Sessions on Medicines in Turkey Tuesday amInternational Systems, Programs, Policies pm National Systems, Programs, Policies WednesdayamHealth Care & Financing Institutions pm Health Care Providers ThursdayamConsumers, Patients & Community Systems pm Special Topics & Methods Fridayam Conference Summaries pm Policy & Research Recommendations

  4. Topic Tracks & Cross-Cutting Themes • Access to medicines • Policy, regulation, governance • Economics, financing, insurance systems • Chronic care • Child health • Malaria • HIV/AIDS/TB • Antimicrobial resistance • Gender & socio-economic inequity • Information technology • Innovative multi-stakeholder approaches

  5. Daily Schedule

  6. Friday, 18 November Summaries & Recommendations

  7. ICIUM2011 Sessions • 5 early sessions • 6 plenary sessions • Tue, Wed, Thu mornings and afternoons • 1 hour 10 minutes each, with 1 hour of presentations • 2-5 presenters/commentators; 2 panel discussions • 5*8 topic track sessions • 8 methods sessions • Monday opening & Friday closing sessions • Please see Anita for details

  8. Moderator Tasks – Plenary Sessions • Before the session • Review session structure, speakers, presentation titles, slides • Most speaker bios in program book • Presentation durations vary – see separate sheet • Consider potential summary points, questions • During the session • Briefly (<5 minutes) introduce self and speakers/panelists • Moderate the session, STRICTLY ADHERING TO TIME • If time permits, ask speakers to comment on a question • Briefly summarize key points from the session • Thank speakers • Announce next part of program (break-out sessions)

  9. Topic Track Sessions • Structure • ~1 hour presentations • ~45 minute structured discussion • ~15 minute summary output • Outputs • Key lessons learned • Short-term & longer-term policy recommendations • Key research gaps

  10. Moderator Tasks – Track Sessions • Before the session • Review session information • During the session • Briefly introduce self, rapporteur; topic & structure; speakers • Keep presentations to the allotted time! • Focus the discussion on • Generating key items of knowledge • Identifying recommendations for policy/program action • Formulating key research questions • Facilitate discussion • Alert audience to related posters • After the session • Communicate with rapporteur regarding summary

  11. Rapporteur Tasks • Complete structured session report • Session name, rapporteur name, date and time • Session output • 5 key observations, lessons learned • 5 recommendations for policy or program action • 3 key research questions • No more than three sentences/entry • Enter into the conference reporting system • http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ICIUM-summary • By 20:00 each day

  12. Preparing Track Summaries Across Sessions • By Thursday evening, within teams • Review track session summaries • During Friday’s within track session, • Summarize discussions across sessions, as • Key observations, lessons learned • Recommendations for policy or program action • Key research questions • Create slides for 10-minute summary presentation • If possible, start to create 1-2 page summary document or add notes from discussion to slides

  13. After ICIUM2011 • Conference Outputs • Topic summaries, with policy and research recommendations • Overall conference report • Web-based archive • Policy Advocacy and Research • Dissemination within networks • Advocacy to international organizations, governments, donors • Integration into existing initiatives