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[e-med] Sécurité des injections : Conférence du 14-16 Novembre 2005 à Hanoï

[pour ceux qui s'intéresse à la sécurité des injections une conférence est 
organisée du 14-16 Novembre 2005 à Hanoï; vous trouverez ci-dessous le 
programme diffusé sur le forum de discussion SIGN.CB]


                      Special Edition  15 September 2005

Post00308  Global Infection Control and Injection Safety Meeting 2005

1. Preliminary Agenda for the SIGN Global Injection Safety and
    Infection Control  Meeting in Hanoi
2. Draft Agenda

Subject: Preliminary agenda for the SIGN global injection safety and
infection control  meeting in Hanoi
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005
From: "Logez, Sophie" <logezs@who.int>
To: SIGN Moderator <sign@uq.edu.au>

Dear Allan,

I am pleased to share with you and our SIGN members the draft agenda of the
SIGN Global meeting on injection safety and infection control to be held in
Hanoi Vietnam, 14-16 November 2005 at the Sofitel Plaza Hotel.

We welcome comments or suggestions regarding this preliminary agenda.

Further practical information for the meeting will be also posted by the end
of the week on the SIGN website.

best regards,


Sophie Logez
SIGN Secretariat

2. Draft Agenda

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SIGN Global injection safety and infection control meeting
Hanoi, Viet Nam

  14-16 November 2005

Programme of work - Draft, 14 September 2005

Objectives of the meeting:

1. Exchange information regarding global progress towards the safe and
appropriate use of injections worldwide;

2. Review progress of the various injection safety country projects;

3. Review progress of the health care worker protection including the
three WHO needle-stick prevention projects;

4. Review global progress in infection control activities.

Expected outcomes:

1. Updated strategic agenda for the SIGN network;

2. Recommendations for the continuation of the injection safety

3. Update of the WHO needle-stick prevention projects;

4. Update of infection control activities.


Since there are many presentations at this meeting, the agenda is tight and
timing will be strictly enforced. All 15-mn time slots are meant to be
allocated as 10 mn for presentation and 5 mn for questions. PowerPoint slide
sets for 10 mn presentations should not contain more than 10 to 12 slides.
Given the multidisciplinary nature of the conference, details are irrelevant
and cannot be provided. Preference must be given to high-level outlines that
can be complemented by an electronic hand-out.

Day 1- 14 November 2005

Time Title Presenter

8:00-9:00 Registration

Opening session
9:00-9:30 Welcome remarks TBA, MoHPr Hai, NIOEH

Opening address WR Viet Nam

Progress Report

9:30-9:45     Progress on injection safety since 2004 Steffen Groth, WHO

9:45-10:00    WHO Report on Immunization Safety Priority Project (ISPP)
               Dina Pfeifer, WHO

Scaled up initiatives

10:00-10:15   Viet Nam: From a national injection safety assessment to
               policy changes                                       TBA

10.15- 10.30  Mongolia: From a national injection safety assessment to
               policy changes                     Gochoo Soyolgerel, MoH

10:30-10:45   Cambodia: Injection safety activities                TBA

10:45-11:15   Break

Innovative approaches in assessment, implementation and monitoring

11:15-11:30   Role of Drug and Therapeutic Committees in promoting
               rational use of injections         Sophie Logez, WHO

11:30-11:45   Surveillance in HIV/AIDS      Asamoah-Odei, Emil Jones WHO

11:45-12:00   Transmission of hepatitis B and hepatitis C in healthcare
               settings in the USA                 Joe Perz, DVH/CDC

12:00-12:15   Healthcare associated infections: health and economic
               implications                     Gerald Dziekan, WPRO

12:15 -14:00 Lunch

Afternoon: Reviewing progress in African injection safety projects

14.00-14.15   Update on the US Government Emergency Plan for AIDS relief
               and Injection Safety                    Glen Post, USAID

14.15-14:30   Update on the US Government Emergency Plan for AIDS relief
               and Injection Safety               Bob Chen, CDC

14.30-16.00   Update of the "Making Medical Injections Safer (MMIS)
               Project"                               Jules Millogo, JSI
        Injection safety project in:
        Côte d'Ivoire TBA, MoH
        Ethiopia TBA, MoH
        Nigeria TBA, MoH
Rwanda TBA, MoH

16.00-16.30   Break

16:30-16:45   Update on injection safety project in Namibia MoH, URC

16:45-17:00   Innovations in improving quality of care in a low resource
               setting    Martha Ndholovu, Jhpiego Kuhu Maitra, Chemonics

17.00- 17:15  Results of the study on risk factors for HIV infection among
               children in the Free State, South Africa  Shaheen Mehtar, SUN

17:15-18:00   Group discussion: What lessons for scaled up approaches?

Day 2- 15 November 2005
Time Title Presenter

Morning: Health care worker protection and occupational exposures to
bloodborne pathogens

9:00-9:30    WHO-ICN project on health care worker protection
                                                           Susan Wilburn, 

9:30-9:45    Health care worker protection project in Viet Nam TBA, NIOEH

9:45-10:00   Report on the ILO/WHO Expert Meeting on Post-Exposure
              Prophylaxis (PEP)                            Benjamin Ali, ILO

10:00-10:15  Establishment of a network to promote health care worker safety
              (SafeHandS)                   A. Wilson, IHS, Australia

10:15-10:45  Break

10:45-12:00  Group discussion

12:00-14:00  Lunch

Afternoon: Integrated infection control strategies

14:00-14:30  A strategy to prevent infections with bloodborne pathogens
              in health care setting                   Yu Junping, WHO

14:30-14:45  Global Strategy to prevent infections with bloodborne pathogens
              in dental offices                          Habib Benzian, FDI

14:45-15:00  Infection control practices in dental offices in the Free
              State, South Africa                 Shaheen Mehtar, SUN

15:00-15:15  Innovation and inventiveness in utilizing and reallocating
              limited resources for infection control: A case study in far
              northwest China                        Peta-Anne Zimmerman, 

15:15-15:30  Update on infection prevention and control and injection
              safety activities in countries of the WHO Regional office for
              Africa                                     Evelyn Isaacs, WHO

15:30-16:00  Group discussion

16:00-16:30  Break

16:30-16:45  The launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
                                                           Julie Storr, WHO

16.45- 17.00 Distance learning curricula on injection safety in
              immunization programme               Alfred Da Silva, AMP

17:00-18:00 Group discussion

Satellite event organized by IASIT

Day 3- 16 November 2005

Time Title Presenter

Morning:  Quality and access to injection devices

8:30-8.45 WHO pre-qualification for injection devices: update on the
                 Performance Quality and Safety (PQS) system  and policy
                 statement on RPF injection devices Paul Mallins, WHO

8:45-9:00 Results of study on injection devices with reuse prevention
                 feature (RPF) in Karachi Mubina Agboatwalla, HOPE

9:00- 9:30 Group discussion

9:30 -10.00 Break

Health care waste management

10:00-10:15 Health Care Waste Management programme in a South American
                 country  (TBA)                         Paulo Froes, UNICEF

10.15-10.30 HCWM project at the district level in Viet Nam      TBA

10.30- 10:45    Pilot project on needle removing and plastic recycling in
                 Ukraine                                    Eric Laurent, 

10:45-11:00 Medical waste management for Primary Health Facilities (PHF)
                 in Indonesia Anton Widjaya, PATH

11:00-11:15 Experience from HCW project in Samsun, Turkey
                                                            Ute Pieper, 
11.15-12.15 Group Discussion

12.15- 13.00 Recommendations
13:00-13:15 Closure session

* Following the closure of the meeting, a special session on health care
waste management is organized as a satellite meeting, from 14.30 to 16.30

* SAFETY OF INJECTIONS brief yourself at: www.injectionsafety.org

More information on the prevention of injection-associated infections can
be obtained on the WHO web site at
http://www.who.int/inf-fs/en/fact231.html and in French at
http://www.who.int/inf-fs/fr/am231.html , on the web site of SIGN at
www.injectionsafety.org and at the SIGN Secretariat, the Department of
Essential Health Technologies, WHO, Avenue Appia 20, CH-1211 Geneva 27,
Switzerland. Telephone: +41 22 791 3680, Facsimile: +41 22 791 4836, E-
mail: sign@who.int

* Visit the WHO injection safety website and the SIGN Alliance Secretariat
at: http://www.who.int/injection_safety/en/

Download the latest injection safety Best Practices review at:

Use the Toolbox at: http://www.who.int/injection_safety/toolbox/en/
Get SIGN files on the web at:  http://www.uqconnect.net/signfiles/Files/
SIGNpost archives: http://www.uqconnect.net/signfiles/Archives/

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The annual Global Infection Control and Injection Safety Meeting will be
held this year from 14 to 16 November 2005, in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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