Injection safety

Meeting Presentation 2002

SIGN Meeting 2002
Provisional program of work

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SIGN Meeting (24-25 October 2002)
Wednesday, 23rd October 2002
18:00-20:00
Opening Ceremony Ministry of Health, Cambodia
20:00-22:00
Gala dinner All participants and guests
Thursday, 24th October 2002
Opening session
08:00-08:30
Welcome, election of chairpersonand rapporteur SIGN secretariat
08:30-08:50
Safe and appropriate use of injections within national drug policies 136Kbytes Kathy Holloway
08:50-09:10
Ensuring injection safety within immunization services 4 393Kbytes Angus Pringle
09:10-09:30
Reviewing progress since SIGN meeting 2001 895Kbytes Yvan Hutin
09:30-10:00 Coffee Break
Assessing injection practices
10:00-10:20
Rapid assessment of injection practices in Mongolia 2 920Kbytes G. Soyolgerel
10:20-10:40
Rapid assessment of injection practices in Pakistan Northern Areas 2 378Kbytes Lubna Samad
10:40-11:00
Injection safety assessments coordinated by the WHO department of Vaccines and Biologicals in the Eastern Mediterranean region: From assessment to planning 494bytes Carsten Mantel
11:00-11:20
Collection and disposal of used syringes & needles in EPI - A study in North-West China 7 146Kbytes Nakae Noguchi
11:20-11:45
Potential synergies between immunization services and essential drugs programs in assessment Group discussion
11:45-12:30
Recommendations Group discussion
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Planning for safe and appropriate use of injections
14:00-14:20
Plans of action for the safety of immunization and therapeutic injections in Viet Nam 731Kbytes Dr Cuong and Mr Muc
14:20-14:40
The India Injection Safety Coalition 1 608Kbytes Madhu Krishna
14:40-15:00
Synergy and partnership for injection safety: The example of Senegal 126bytes Jules Millogo
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-16:00
Sectorwide planning for safe and appropriate use of injections Group discussion
16:00-16:45
Recommendations Group discussion
16:45-17:30
Take home messages for the day Group discussion
17:30-18:00
Film on injection safety in Cambodia
Friday, 25th October 2002
Update from rapporteur
08:00-08:20
Summary recommendations from day one Rapporteur
Communicating, providing injection equipment and managing sharps waste
08:20-08:40
MTP strategy to decrease injection overuse in Laos 297Kbytes Dr. Amphayvanh and Bundiono Santoso
08:40-09:10
Communication for injection safety and infection control in Egypt 6 602Kbytes Maha Talaat
09:10-09:40
Managing supplies of injection equipment country experience 154Kbytes Sophie Logez
09:40-10:00
Managing sharps waste in Cambodia 6 586bytes Chea Kim Ly
10:00-10:30 Coffee break
10:30-11:15
What programmes and services are in the best position to conduct what interventions? Group discussion
11:15-12:00
Recommendations Group discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch
Evaluation
13:30-13:50
Evaluation of an intervention to improve the safety of intravenous infusion in neonatal care, Egypt 1 499Kbytes Amir Kandeel
13:50-14:10
Evaluation of intervention strategies to decrease injection overuse in Cambodia 471Kbytes Sok Srun
14:10-14:30
Evaluation of safe injection project in Uzbekistan 1 346bytes Erkin Musabayev
14:30-15:30
Injection practices as a quality indicator of health systems Group discussion
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-16:30
Recommendations Group discussion
Evaluation
16:30-17:30
Action points for the network Group discussion
SIGN Working group on Technologies
Saturday, 26th October 2002
Morning: Field visit
08:00-12:00
Field visit Cambodia MOH
12:00-13:30 Lunch
Afternoon: Injection and waste management technologies
Injection technologies
13:30-13:50
Development of ISO standards for AD syringes 164Kbytes Gerald Verollet
13:50-14:10
Technology transfer in AD syringes production 1 006Kbytes Gordon Larsen
14:10-14:30
Opening the way to the broader use of AD syringes in curative services 68Kbytes Yvan Hutin
14:30-15:30
News from the industry 209bytes Lillian Salermo or IASIT
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
Waste management
16:00-16:20
Review of available waste management options 4 138Kbytes Richard Carr
16:20-16:40
Evaluation of needle-removing devices 1 203Kbytes Janet Vail
16:40-17:20
The PATH disposal system planning guide 978Kbytes John Lloyd
16:40-17:20
Waste management in Senegal 46bytes Philippe Jaillard
17:20-17:40
Health care waste management in rural India 767bytes Ravi Agarwal
17:40-18:00
Health care waste management 712bytes Jorge Emmanuel
18:00-18:30
Group discussion