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[e-drug] Proposals due 25th Aug: 9th Global Health Supply Chain Summit, 16-18 Nov, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

E_DRUG: Proposals due 25th Aug: 9th Global Health Supply Chain Summit, 16-18 
Nov, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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9th Global Health Supply Chain Summit*
Dates: November 16-18, 2016*
Venue: Golden Tulip Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Conference theme
Integrating Global Health Supply Chains for Sustainable Health Outcomes:
Accelerated Innovation , Effective  Partnerships, and Enhanced Local Ownership

Call for Proposals
The GHSCS organizing committee is pleased to announce the call for
abstracts (http://ghscs.com/call-for-proposals/) for 2016 Summit. The 2016
conference will be held at the Golden Tulip Hotel, in Dar es salaam,
Tanzania. The 9th Global Health Supply Chain Summit (GHSCS) will focus
on Sustainable Health Outcomes, Accelerated Innovation, Effective Partnerships 
and
Enhanced Local Ownership

The 2016 summit will explore emerging trends in integrating supply chains,
better aligning incentives among the different entities in the supply
chain, ensuring constructive partnership between public and private
industry. We are also interested to explore ways to ensure effective local
ownership and management of health supply chains.   The conference will
assemble a collection of experts in the field - academics, country
planners, NGOs, logistics practitioners, expert from industry and donor
representatives to explore these topics.  The three day conference will
include two days of presentations and discussions and one day of training
regarding best practice tools in supply chain management.  Attendees will
thus get access to both best practice results as well as 'how-to' ideas for
implementation in their respective contexts. The format will involve
focused presentations of around 20 - 30 minutes, themed break-out
discussions, keynote speakers and training tutorials.

For 2016, the summit will focus on the following main themes:

  - Integrative supply chains:  Integration of supply chains across
products and donors.  Potential benefits and challenges

-  Innovative supply chain to ensure sustainable results

-  Local ownership:  Importance, how to achieve local ownership, what
are the main challenges, success stories.

The GHSC organizing committee would like to encourage representatives from
country governments to make abstract submissions according to the
conference themes. IAPHL will be offering a limited number of scholarships
to country government employees who have their abstract accepted for the
conference.  In addition the organizing committee will also provide a
limited number of scholarships.  The GHSCS Program Committee is currently
seeking proposals for focused presentations.

Submission Guidelines
To be considered for presentation at this summit, please complete the *attached
proposal form* giving author information and an extended abstract and email
the document to Prof. Yehuda Bassok (ybassok@gmail.com) by August 25, 2016.
Proposals and presentations may be written and delivered in English or
French.  Simultaneous translation will be provided in the conference.
Proposals will be reviewed by the program committee and acceptances
notified by September 15, 2016.

Timeline Summary
Submission deadline: August 25, 2016
Notification of acceptance: September 15, 2016
Conference: November 16-18, 2016

*Program Committee
Program Chair*: Professor Yehuda Bassok, University of Southern
California, Los Angeles

Program Committee
Ravi Anupindi, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (USA)
 Kjetil Bordvik, Ministry of Health and Care Services, Government of
Norway, Oslo (Norway)
 Sriram Dasu, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
(USA)
Jeremie Gallien, London Business School, London (UK)
 Liuichi Hara, Takeda Pharmaceuticals (Denmark)
Ananth Iyer, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (USA)
 Lloyd Matowe, Pharmaceutical Systems Africa (Liberia, Nigeria, &
Zambia)
David Sarley, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA (USA)
Anthony Savelli, Chemonics International, Washington DC (USA)
Noel Watson, Ops Mend (USA)
Prashant Yadav, William Visiting Professor at the Department of
Global Health at Harvard Medical School

Andrew N. Brown PhD BPharm
Health Systems Strengthening Consultant
Andrew Brown <anbrown.hss@gmail.com>
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