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Printed program Nov4 - Canadian Society for International Health
CAPACITY BUILDING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH . RENFORCEMENT DES CAPACITÉS EN SANTÉ MONDIALE
Welcome from the Conference Chairs
Dear Colleagues,
On behalf of the Conference Program Committee for CCGH 2015, we proudly welcome you to Montreal and to this
year’s program. The theme for 2015 is focused on capacity building in research and practice with four plenary themes
including: human resource strengthening; building global health research capacity; addressing the needs and gaps in
health systems through the example of Ebola; and exploring the future of global health.
The program offers the opportunity to learn about developments and current issues in global health, meet new partners
and to reconnect with colleagues from across the globe. There are over 600 abstracts including oral presentations,
workshops, symposia and posters. During this conference, professionals, students, researchers, NGOs and policy makers
exchange and contribute to the advancement of global health.
The program committee has encouraged the participation of students and young researchers. A record number of travel
grants were awarded this year, allowing them to participate in lectures, symposia and poster presentations, as well as
the training Hub. The training hub is a new initiative that will enable our future researchers and global health
professionals to meet, exchange ideas with experts, develop their capacity and learn about the training programs
offered by academic institutions.
This year, our conference is a partnership between the Canadian Society for International Health and the InterUniversity Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP. A sincere thank you to our major sponsors
including the Government of Canada—whose financial support was provided by the Department of Foreign Affairs,
Trade and Development, the International Development Research Centre, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research,
through a grant from the Innovating for Maternal and Child Health in Africa initiative—as well as to our silver and bronze
sponsors, the Leacross Foundation, McGill Global Health Programs and Canadian Heritage.
By the end of the conference, we anticipate that we will be better informed, found new connections and be inspired to
contribute to ensure a just, equitable and healthier world.
On behalf of the Conference Program Committee, we welcome you to Montreal and wish you a successful CCGH 2015.
Sincerely,
Slim Haddad
Co-Chair,
Canadian Conference on Global Health
Director,
Global Health Research Capacity Training
Program/ Santé CAP
Shawna O'Hearn
Co-Chair,
Canadian Conference on Global Health
Director, Global Health Office
Dalhousie University
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Bienvenue à tous les participants
Chers collègues,
Au nom du comité du programme de la Conférence canadienne sur la santé mondiale 2015, nous sommes heureux de
vous souhaiter la bienvenue à Montréal et de vous présenter le programme de cette année. Le thème central de la
conférence est celui du renforcement des capacités en recherche et en intervention. Il sera abordé au cours de quatre
séances plénières portant respectivement sur le renforcement des ressources humaines, le renforcement des capacités
de recherche en santé mondiale, la réponse aux défis rencontrés par des systèmes de santé vulnérables à la lumière de
la récente éclosion du virus Ebola, et les perspectives sur l’avenir de la santé mondiale.
Le programme vous offrira l’opportunité d’en savoir davantage sur les nouveaux développements et les sujets
d’actualité en santé mondiale, de rencontrer de nouveaux partenaires et de reprendre contact avec des collègues de
différentes parties du monde. Plus de 600 communications seront présentées dans le cadre d’exposés, d’ateliers, de
symposiums et d’affiches. Pendant ces trois jours, professionnels, étudiants, chercheurs, organisations non
gouvernementales et décideurs pourront ainsi se côtoyer, échanger et contribuer à l’avancement de notre domaine de
connaissance et d’expertise.
Le comité de programme a veillé à encourager la participation d’étudiants et de jeunes chercheurs. Un nombre record
de bourses de voyages leur a été réservé cette année. Ils pourront participer à des exposés, des symposiums et à des
présentations par affiches, mais aussi au carrefour de la formation. Le carrefour de la formation est une initiative
nouvelle qui permettra à nos futurs chercheurs et professionnels en santé mondiale de se retrouver, de développer
leurs compétences, d’échanger avec des experts et de mieux connaître les programmes de formation offerts par les
établissements universitaires.
Cette année, notre conférence est le fruit d’un partenariat entre la Société canadienne de santé internationale et le
Programme interuniversitaire de formation en recherche en santé mondiale Santé-Cap. Nous remercions vivement nos
principaux commanditaires, dont le gouvernement du Canada pour le soutien offert par le truchement du ministère des
Affaires étrangères, du Commerce et du Développement, le Centre de recherches pour le développement international
et les Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada pour la subvention accordée au titre du programme Innovation pour la
santé des mères et des enfants d’Afrique, ainsi que nos commanditaires de niveaux argent et bronze, la Fondation
Leacross, les programmes de santé mondiale de l’Université McGill et le ministère du Patrimoine canadien.
Nous espérons qu’en quittant la conférence, chacun de nous aura le sentiment d’être mieux informé, mieux connecté
avec ses pairs et encore plus motivé à contribuer à un monde plus juste et en meilleure santé.
Nous unissons notre voix à celle de membres du comité du programme pour vous souhaiter la bienvenue à Montréal et
une conférence 2015 des plus réussies.
Slim Haddad
Co-Président,
Conference canadienne sur la santé mondiale
Director,
Le Programme interuniversitaire de formation en
recherche en santé mondiale (Santé-Cap)
Shawna O'Hearn
Co-Président,
Conference canadienne sur la santé mondiale
Directrice, Université Dalhousie
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FLOOR PLAN/ PLAN D’ETAGES
All sessions will take place on the convention level of the Bonaventure Hotel. Please take the escalator down from the
lobby level.
Toutes les séances auront lieu à l’étage des congrès de l’Hôtel Bonaventure. Pour y accéder à partir du hall de
réception, prenez l’escalier roulant qui descend.
Poster Sessions/ Session d’affiches
D
E
F
G
H
Video
Capsules
Registration/ Inscription
Training
Hub/
Carrefour
de la
formation
Ballroom/ Salle de bal
Video Capsules/ Capsules vidéos:
Please visit the lounge and enjoy viewing 20 videos from participants presenting their research.
Rendez-vous au lounge pour visionner les 20 vidéos de participants présentant leur recherché.
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation :
Please visit the Training Hub to discover different institutions working in global health, discuss in an informal
setting with experts in global health and exchange with panelists.
Rendez-vous au Carrefour de la formation pour découvrir différentes institutions œuvrant en santé mondiale, discuter
dans un cadre informel avec des experts en santé mondiale et échanger avec les panelistes.
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2015 Program Committees/ Comités de planification
The conference wishes to thank the following individuals for their commitment and their collaboration in this event.
La Conférence désire remercier toutes ces personnes pour leur engagement et leur dévouement.
Co-Chairs/ Co-Président
Slim Haddad
Université Laval, Centre de Recherche du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec;
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Shawna O'Hearn
Dalhousie University
Program Committee / Comité de programme
Nazmul Alam
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Jill Allison
Memorial University
Sarah Brown
Canadian Society for International Health/Société canadienne de la santé internationale
David Buckeridge
Université McGill University
Colleen Davison
Queen’s University
Federica Fregonese
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Theresa Gyorkos
Université McGill University
Mohammad Hajizadeh
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Charles Larson
Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research/ Coalition canadienne pour la recherche
en santé mondiale
Annabelle Martin
Université du Québec à Montréal
Émilie Robert
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Salim Sohani
Canadian Red Cross/ Croix-Rouge canadienne
Donald Sutherland
Global Public Health Consultant
Training Committee/ Comité de la formation
Slim Haddad Co-chair
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Charles Larson Co-chair
Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research/ Coalition canadienne pour la recherche
en santé mondiale
Nazmul Alam
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Mélisa Audet
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Nicole D’Souza
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Donald Cole
University of Toronto
Myriam Fillion
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Véronique Foley
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Federica Fregonese
Mohammad Hajizadeh
Annabelle Martin
Isidore Sieleunou
Donald Sutherland
Sylvie Zongo
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Université du Québec à Montréal
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Global Public Health Consultant
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
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Abstract Review Committee/ Comité de révision des résumés
Theresa Gyorkos Co-chair
Federica Fregonese Co-chair
Jill Allison
Stephanie Alexandre
Barbara Astle
Mélisa Audet
Taq Bhandal
Adrjiana Corluka
Alexis Davis
Marnie Davidson
Colleen Davison
Catherine Dickson
Shireen Begum
Yves-Bertrand Djouda Feudjio
Geneviève Dubois-Flynn
Elizabeth Dyke
Anne Fanning
Myriam Fillion
Véronique Foley
Federica Fregonese
Lara Gautier
Béatrice Godard
Patricia Guimaraes
Marie Hatem
Valerie Hongoh
Meral Hussein
Kadidiatou Kadio
Barthélémy Kuate Defo
Esmé Lanktree
Yasmine Majeed
Mohammad Mainul Islam
Yasmine Majeed
Annabelle Martin
Fahimeh Mianji
Ibrahim Mouliom
Jason Nickerson
Shawna O'Hearn
Thomas Piggott
Olivier Receveur
Émilie Robert
N'koué Emmanuel Sambieni
Ram Sapkota
Duncan Saunders
Eva Slawecki
Ayesha Siddiqua
Isidore Sieleunou
Donald Sutherland
Erica Tice
Gail Tomblin-Murphy
Jodi Tuck
Anne-Marie Turcotte-Tremblay
Bilkis Vissandjée
Sylvie Zongo
McGill University
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé-Cap
Memorial University
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé-Cap
Trinity Western University
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé-Cap
York University
DFATD; Canadian Society for International Health Board of Directors
Centre for International Child Health, BC Children's Hospital
Care Canada
Queen’s University
PAHO advisor/consultant; Canadian Society for International Health Board of Directors
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC),
Université de Yaoudé
Canadian Institute for Health Research
Health Consultant
University of Alberta
University of Ottawa
Université de Sherbrooke
Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal
RRSPQ
McGill University
Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal
University of Ottawa
Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal
Canadian Red Cross
University of Calgary
University of Dhaka
University of Calgary
Université du Québec à Montréal
Université McGill University
Université de Maroua
Bruyère Research Institute
Dalhousie University
McMaster University
Université de Montréal
Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
Université de Montréal
McGill University
University of Alberta; Canadian Society for International Health Board of Directors
Canadian Society for International Health
University of Toronto
Université de Montréal
Global Public Health Consultant
Public Health Agency of Canada
Dalhousie University
McGill University
Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal
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Objectives
It is our hope that at the end of the 22nd CCGH, conference participants will:
1. Better understand cutting-edge research addressing capacity building in global health
2. Build the capacities of researchers, policy-makers, practitioners, and nongovernment organizations to
promote health equity
3. Work with others toward achieving health equity through research, evaluation, program planning and
improved networks across a range of stakeholders (i.e. nongovernment organizations, academic
institutions, government, private sector and funders)
4. Better understand perspectives of participants from low and middle-income countries (LMICs) as part of
building global health capacity
5. Better meet the changing health needs and address factors impacting global health
6. Describe critical success factors that contribute to capacity building in global health
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where are the sessions?
All conference sessions take place on the premier level (one level below lobby) at the Bonaventure Hotel,
located at 900, de La Gauchetière Ouest, Montréal.
Q: What languages are the sessions?
Simultaneous interpretation in French and English is provided for all plenary sessions. Infrared receptors will
be available free of charge upon request from the Freeman table located in the ballroom. Identification will be
required as a deposit.
Q: Will the program change?
Program changes will either be found posted on the conference app, notice board near the registration desk,
or outside the session rooms. Announcements will also be made daily for major program changes.
Q: Is there Internet service on site?
There is complimentary wireless Internet available throughout the hotel. The username and password is
available at the registration desk.
Q: Where can I go for help on site?
If you need assistance or have a question during the conference, please feel free to talk to one of the
Conference Staff or stop by the Registration Desk.
Q: Will there be a list of participants?
The final conference list of participants will be available after the conference for those who request it by email
to [email protected]
Q: Where can I find poster and oral abstracts?
The abstract book is available online at: www.csih.org/en/abstracts2015/
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Objectifs
Nous espérons qu’au terme de la 22ième édition de la CCSM, les participants de la conférence :
1. seront mieux renseignés sur les recherches récentes ayant trait au renforcement des capacités en santé
mondiale;
2. renforceront les capacités des chercheurs, des décideurs, des praticiens et des organisations non
gouvernementales sur le plan de la promotion de l’équité en santé;
3. collaboreront avec d’autres à la réalisation de l’équité en santé par le truchement de la recherche, de
l’évaluation, de la planification de programmes et de réseaux améliorés rejoignant un large éventail
d’intervenants (cf. ONG, établissements universitaires, gouvernements, secteur privé, bailleurs de fonds);
4. auront une meilleure compréhension des points de vue des participants provenant de pays à revenu faible et
intermédiaire dans le contexte du renforcement des capacités en santé mondiale;
5. sauront mieux répondre aux besoins changeants en matière de santé et composer avec les facteurs qui ont un
impact sur la santé mondiale;
6. sauront décrire les facteurs de réussite décisifs qui contribuent au renforcement des capacités en santé
mondiale.
Questions les plus fréquentes
Q: Où ont lieu les séances ?
Toutes les activités de la Conférence se déroulent à l’hôtel Bonaventure, au premier niveau (un niveau en dessous lobby)
900, de La Gauchetière Ouest, Montréal
Q: Dans quelle langue se dérouleront les séances ?
Un service d’interprétation simultanée en français et en anglais sera offert durant toutes les séances plénières. Des
récepteurs à infrarouge seront disponibles sans frais sur demande au comptoir de Freeman dans le sale de bal. Une
pièce d’identité sera exigée.
Q: Y aura-t-il des modifications au programme ?
S’il y a des changements au programme, ces changements seront indiqués avec l’application ou affichés sur le babillard
à proximité du comptoir d’inscription.
Q: Un service internet est-il accessible sur les lieux?
Un service internet sans fil est disponible gratuitement dans tout l’hôtel. Le nom d’utilisateur et le mot de passe seront
disponibles au comptoir d’inscription.
Q: Où puis-je obtenir de l’aide sur le site de la conférence ?
Si vous avez besoin d’aide ou si vous souhaitez obtenir des informations durant la conférence, n’hésitez pas à vous
adresser au personnel au comptoir d’inscription.
Q: Y aura-t-il une liste des participants?
La liste des participants sera disponible après la conférence pour ceux qui en font la demande - [email protected]
Q: Où puis-je trouver les affiches et les résumés des présentations orales?
Le livre des résumés est accessible en ligne à: www.csih.org/fr/abstracts2015/
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Thursday / jeudi - November 5 novembre, 2015
Ballroom/
Salle de bal
Fontaine
A/B/C
MontRoyal
7:30 5:00
8:30 10:30
10:3011:00
12:30 1:30
Lunch/
Après-midi
Posters
Affiches
Oral A6
Workshop
A1
Fontaine
G
Fontaine
H
Symposium
A2
Symposium
A3
Symposium
A4
Oral A5
Training
session
/Session
d'entrainement
CCGHR
AGM /
AGA
CCRSM
Video
Meet the
experts/
Rencontre
avec les
experts
1:30 3:00
Workshop
B1
Workshop
B2
Symposium
B3
Symposium
B4
Oral B5
Symposium
C1
Symposium
C2
Oral C3
Oral C4
Oral C5
Workshop
D1
Workshop
D2
Oral D3
Oral D4
Oral D5
Health
Break
3:15 4:15
Health
Break
Meet the
experts/
Rencontre
avec les
experts
4:30 5:30
6:30
Fontaine
F
Health
Break
Training
Hub/
Carrefour
de la
formation
5:30 6:30
Fontaine
E
Plenary/
Séance
plénière
Meet the
panelists/
Rencontre
avec les
conférenciers
4:15 4:30
Fontaine
D
Registration/ Inscription - Foyer
11:00 12:30
3:003:15
Cote St.
Luc
Posters
Affiches
Training
session//
Session
d'entrain
-ement
Welcome Reception/ Réception d'accueil*
*Salon Bonaventure - lobby level/ Niveau réception
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 - JEUDI 5 NOVEMBRE, 2015
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Thursday November 5 – Jeudi 5 novembre, 2015
07:30am-5:00pm - Foyer - Registration/Inscription
08:30am-10:30am Ballroom/Salle de bal
Opening Plenary/Séance plénière
Capacity Building for Global Health Human Resources
Renforcement des capacités des ressources humaines pour la santé mondiale
Simultaneous interpretation is provided/ Interprétation simultanée
Welcome address/ allocution de bienvenue:
 Catherine Dickson, Canadian Society for International Health/Société canadienne de la santé internationale
 Isabella Danel, Deputy Director, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)
Panel Chair/Animateur: Pierre Fournier, Université de Montréal
Développement des capacités en RH: un défi multidimensionnel au-delà de la formation
Gilles Dussault, Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
People, power, and process: behind the scenes of "capacity strengthening"
Christina Zarowsky, University of Montreal
Stratégies de développement des capacités en RH : des exemples de l’Amérique Latine
Charles Godue, International Consultant on HR policies
Building capacity for GHR in resource constrained settings: context experiences
Mathildah Chithila, CEO, National Council for Higher Education, Malawi (current) and Program Manager, Health Research
Capacity Strengthening Initiative, National Commission for Science & Technology, Malawi (2010-13)
11:00am - 12:30pm Concurrent Sessions/ Séances simultanées
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation – Mont-Royal
Meet the panelists/ Rencontre avec les conférenciers
Aimed primarily at students, young researchers and professionals, this session offers a friendly and informal space to
continue discussions initiated during the plenary sessions. / Destinés en priorité aux étudiants, aux jeunes chercheurs
et aux professionnels, la session offre un espace convivial et informel pour poursuivre les discussions amorcées au
cours des sessions plénières.
Workshop #A1 – Fontaine D
Trade and investment and non-communicable diseases: building capacity within health research and practice
Ronald Labonte, University of Ottawa; Raphael Lencuch, McGill University; Ashley Schram, University of Ottawa
At the end of the session, participants will better understand:
 The development of the World Trade Organisation, its foundational principles and main agreements;
 Key frameworks for analysing impacts of international trade and investment agreements;
 The plurilateral and bilateral trading systems; and
 Potential health implications of trade and investment for the supply and regulation of tobacco, alcohol, food and access
to medicines.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 - JEUDI 5 NOVEMBRE, 2015
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Symposium #A2 – Fontaine E
Approche communautaire et participative pour l’atteinte de l’équité en santé chez les travailleuses du sexe: parallèle entre le
Bénin et le Québec
Frédéric Kintin Dispensaire IST, Bénin; Fernand Guédou, IST, Bénin; Josephat Avocè, OSV-Jordan, Bénin; Michel Alary, Centre de
recherche du CHU de Québec
Objectifs:
Les discussions porteront sur les approches communautaires pour l’équité des populations vulnérables, les considérations
méthodologiques au plan de l’implantation et l’évaluation, les considérations éthiques et les convergences et divergences de
résultats entre le Québec et le Bénin. Nous conclurons quant à la pertinence d’un partage d’expérience entre les femmes TS de
Québec et de Cotonou.
Symposium #A3 – Fontaine F
Evolution of policy and incentives for human resources for health post-conflict: learning from different contexts
Justine Namakula, ReBUILD, Institute of Public Health, Makerere University, Uganda; Narith So, ReBUILD, Cambodian Development
and Research Institute, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Yotamu Chirwa, ReBUILD, Biomedical Research and Training Institute, Zimbabwe;
Haja Wurie, ReBUILD, College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences, Sierra Leone; Sophie Witter, ReBUILD programme, Queen
Margaret University, Scotland
At the end of the symposium, participants will better understand:
 Whether there is indeed a ‘window of opportunity’ for systemic reforms post-conflict
 Whether there is a typical trajectory of HRH reforms post-conflict and how path-dependent these are
 The relationship between policy and its implementation in these fragile, conflict-affected settings
 How to protect health workers during and after conflicts and crises
 How to retain and motivate staff, especially in remote areas
Symposium #A4 – Fontaine G
Strengthening the capacity of the Ministries of Health of Mali and Kenya to improve access to maternal, newborn and child
health services/ Renforcement des capacités des ministères de la santé du Mali et du Kenya pour améliorer l'accès aux services
de santé maternelle, néonatale et infantile
Velma NYAPERA, Kenya Red Cross Society; Dr Solomon Pkiach KOKWO, Kenya Ministry of Health; Dr Mamadou TRAORE, Mali Red
Cross; Jules ZANRE, Canadian Red Cross; Moderated by Caroline BRODEUR
At the end of the session, participants will be better able to:
 Describe the context with respect to how the Red Cross supports MoHs to fulfill their mandates.
 Identify the barriers and facilitators of effective partnerships with MoHs.
 Evaluate the challenges and solutions in implementing a sustainability plan
Oral # A5 – Fontaine H
MHealth/SantéM
Chaired by: Miriam Fillion, University of Ottawa
Innovative technologies to improve community health: implementation research to develop an e-health system with Ethiopian
health extension workers
Daniel Datiko, REACH ETHIOPIA
Practicalities and possibilities of a simple text messaging-based infectious disease surveillance in Vietnam
Cuong Nguyen, Institute of Population, Health and Development
Use and acceptability of mHealth tools in Myanmar: perceptions of auxiliary midwives
Ran van der Wal, Université de Montréal
Contribution du téléphone mobile à l’accès équitable aux soins de santé maternelle, infantile et des personnes vivantes avec le
VIH au Burkina Faso
Maurice Yé, Centre de Recherche en Santé de Nouna, Burkina Faso
Effect of home visits and mobile phone consultations on maternal and newborn care practices in Uganda: a communityintervention trial
Richard Ayiasi Mangwi, Makerere University School of Public Health
Motivation of community health workers participating in a mobile health (mHealth) intervention trial in Singida, Tanzania
Kristy Hackett, University of Toronto
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 - JEUDI 5 NOVEMBRE, 2015
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Orals # A6 – Côte St. Luc
Responding to hepatitis C challenges
Chaired by: Janet Hatcher Roberts, Canadian Society for International Health
Results from the World Hepatitis Summit and Pre-Summit Member Conference
Ecaterina Damian, Canadian Society for International Health; Jeff Potts, National Program Consultant, Canadian AIDS Society and
member of the Action Hepatitis Canada Executive
Survival time in patients co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C in Brazil
Melina Santos, Ministry of Health, Brazil
Focus on the lived experience of people living with and affected by viral hepatitis in Canada
Jeff Potts, National Program Consultant, Canadian AIDS Society and member of the Action Hepatitis Canada Executive
The burden of viral hepatitis in people living with HIV in Brazil: reasons to improve global health capacities
Melina Santos, Ministry of Health, Brazil
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch/ Après-midi
Ballroom/Salle de bal
12:40pm-1:20pm – Fontaine E
Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR) Annual General Meeting/
Coalition canadienne pour la recherche en santé mondiale AGA
All members of the CCGHR are welcome to attend the AGM. / Tous les membres de la CCRSM sont les bienvenus à
l’AGA.
12:40pm-1:20pm – Côte St. Luc
Video Presentation: To the heart of the matter: investing in community health for better, longer lives
Aga Khan Foundation Canada
12:40-1:20pm – Fontaine G
Session d'entrainement : Améliorer la pertinence des données probantes en sante mondiale : l’utilité d’approches
de recherche innovantes
Federica Fregonese, Centre du recherche du CHUM (CRCHUM); Émilie Robert, McGill University; GeorgesCharles Thiebaut, LG35 Évaluation & Management; Pierre Minn, Université de Montréal
L’objectif: il s’agit d’abord de démontrer la pertinence d’approches de recherche innovantes, telles que l’approche réaliste, la
recherche lente (slow research) et les démarches délibératives, pour répondre aux limites des méthodes de recherche
quantitatives. Il s’agit également de stimuler les réflexions autour de l’intégration de différentes approches disciplinaires.
1:30pm – 3:00pm Concurrent Sessions/ Séances simultanées
Workshop #B1 – Fontaine D
Capacity development in water, sanitation, and hygiene for health practitioners
Lisa Mitchell, Shauna Curry, CAWST
At the end of the session, participants will be better able to:
 Identify the consequences that WASH-related diseases have on health, and especially maternal, newborn and child health
 Describe the common transmission routes for waterborne infections;
 Identify types of interventions which could prevent the transmission of waterborne infections from occurring along
different potential transmission pathways;
 List the five steps of the multi-barrier approach for drinking water treatment;
 Recognize the steps of progression in the sanitation ladder;
 Use the transmission routes, sanitation ladder, sanitation story, and WASH poster package tools for communicating the
importance of WASH and health to a low literacy audience.
Workshop #B2 – Fontaine E
Global Health Challenges and Conflict Resolution
Nita Chaudhuri, American University of Paris/Saffron Health and Environment
At the end of the session, participants will be better understand:
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 Examples of global health and conflict through various case studies and the skills in conflict resolution
Symposium #B3 – Fontaine F
Transitional spaces of global mental health: Co-constructing knowledge and practice in social, cultural and political context
Daniel Weinstock, Allan Young, Jaswant Guzder, McGill University; Duncan Pedersen, McGill University
At the end of the session, participants will be better understand:
 The epistemological tensions between the global and the local in knowledge translation
 The power dynamics of knowledge exchange, and
 The need to reconfigure the global mental health domain in order to acknowledge the political, economic and social
determinants of mental health and advance the basic goals of context-sensitive knowledge production and translation,
and capacity building
Symposium #B4 – Fontaine G
Building human resources for quality nursing, midwifery and community-based care: the case of the Aga Khan Development
Network in Central Asia
Raisa Gul, Aga Khan University School of Nursing and Midwifery; Fatima Mohbat Ali, Aga Khan Health Service; Husniya
Dorgabekov, Aga Khan Foundation; Tanya Salewski, Aga Khan Foundation Canada
At the end of the session, participants will be better understand:
 The learnings, challenges, best practices and impacts of addressing strategic health professional gaps, shortages and
capacities with specific reference to nursing in Pakistan, community nursing and midwifery in Afghanistan, and
community health workers in Tajikistan.
Orals #B5 – Fontaine H
Global Health Governance/ Gouvernance de la santé mondiale
Chaired by: Isidore Sieleunou, University of Montreal
The influence of performance-based financing on access to essential medicines in Cameroon: A qualitative study
Isidore Sieleunou, School of Public Health, University of Montreal
Canadian media: A source of misrepresentation of global health
Shyrose Aujla, University of Calgary
Using Market-Based Strategies to Advance Health, Equity and Well Being in Bangladesh
Rosemary Lysaght, Queen's University
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation – Mont-Royal
Meet the experts/ Rencontre avec les experts
An informal session where young researchers and students will have the opportunity to meet experts in global health and
ask them questions about their fields of research and career experience. These exchanges would last about 30 minutes
and have a small group audience./ Une session informelle lors de laquelle les jeunes chercheurs et les étudiants auront
l'opportunité de rencontrer des experts en santé mondiale et échanger avec eux sur leur recherche et domaine d'intérêts. Ces
échanges dureront environ 30 minutes devant un petit auditoire.
 Dr. Madhukar Pai, Canada Research Chair in Translational Epidemiology & Global Health, McGill University
 Dr. Thelma Narayan, Society for Community Health Awareness Research and Action (SOCHARA), Bengaluru
 Dr. Ravi Narayan, Society for Community Health, Awareness, Research and Action (SOCHARA), Bengaluru
3:00pm-3:15pm Health break/ Pause Santé
3:15pm – 4:15pm Concurrent Sessions/ Séances simultanées
Symposium # C1 - Fontaine D
From Commission to action: early responses by the global community to The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery
John Kinnear, Anglia Ruskin University (United Kingdom); John Meara, Harvard Medical School (United States); Davy Chikamata,
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health (Zambia); Emily Measures, THET
Cancelled
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Symposium # C2 – Fontaine E
Evolution of public health training, mentorship, and research capacity building in Tanzania: A successful interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary partnership
Deborah Dewey, University of Calgary; Jennifer Hatfield, University of Calgary; Eveline Konje, Catholic University of Health and
Allied Sciences, Mwanza Tanzania and University of Calgary; Prof. Paschalis Rugarabamu, Vice Chancellor of the Catholic University
of Health and Allied Sciences, Mwanza Tanzania
By the end of this session, participants will be better able to:
 To provide insight into the development and successful implementation of an inter-university partnership between the
Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences and the University of Calgary
 To identify challenges and the opportunities encountered in the development of this partnership
 To show how this partnership has evolved beyond its initial focus and become mutually beneficial to both the Catholic
University of Health and Allied Sciences and the University of Calgary
Orals # C3 – Fontaine F
Understanding Determinants of Health 1
Chaired by: Jerry Spiegel, University of British Columbia
Re-examining the connections between health and internal labour migration: evidence from southern India
Warren Dodd, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph
Hypertension prevalence and risk factors in an urban population of Burkina Faso
Boukaré Doulougou, Université de Montréal
Why language matters: Insights and challenges in applying a social determination of health approach in a North-South research
collaboration
Jerry Spiegel, University of British Columbia
Learning problems among children of refugee background: a systematic scoping review
Ripudaman Minhas, St.Michael's Hospital
Orals # C4 – Fontaine G
Monitoring & Evaluation 1/ Suivi et évaluation 1
Chaired by: Lara Gautier, École de Santé Publique de l'Université de Montréal; Institut de Recherche en Santé Publique de
l’Université de Montréal; CESSMA / UMR 235 Université Paris-Diderot
L’utilisation de l’évaluation au sein d’un programme d’exemption des frais de soins de santé d’une ONG humanitaire au Burkina
Faso
Léna D'Ostie-Racine, Université de Montréal
Appréhender les conceptions de la performance d’un système de santé de district pour élaborer un cadre d’évaluation
consensuel
Issa Sombie, SERSAP
Taking account of context: anthropology in the evaluation of global health interventions
Lara Gautier, École de Santé Publique de l'Université de Montréal; Institut de Recherche en Santé Publique de l’Université de
Montréal; CESSMA / UMR 235 Université Paris-Diderot
Have PMTCT programs strengthened health services and health systems in sub-Saharan Africa?
Jean Claude Mutabazi, University of Montreal
Orals # C5 – Fontaine H
Community Health 1
Chaired by: Mohammad Mainul Islam, University of Dhaka
Education impact of pain assessment and palliative care of community health workers at community level increased human
resource capacity in home-based care integrated in Gasabo district hospital model of care in Rwanda public health system
Christian Ntizimira, Kibagabaga Hospital, Rwanda
Assessing community health worker system performance in Bushenyi District, Uganda: evidence for strengthening supervision
and health system linkages
Teralynn Ludwick, International Development Research Centre
Introducing an innovative digital DNS PMIS for effective nurse-midwife workforce management by the Ministry of Health and
Family Welfare
Lutfor Rahman, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Bangladesh, Human Resources for Health Project in Bangladesh, Cowater
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International Inc.
Applying Lessons on e-health from the Nigerian Ebola outbreak to a public health emergency
Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, ANADACH Group
4:15-4:30pm Health break/ Pause santé
4:30pm – 5:30pm Concurrent Sessions/ Séances simultanées
Workshop # D1 – Fontaine D
UNICEF global training package for scaling up skilled community infant and young child feeding counselors
Wisdom Dube, Nutrition Consultant; Mary Anne Stone Jiminez
By the end of this session, participants will have a better understanding of:
 How to present/showcase/distribute the UNICEF global training package tools.
 How to present lessons learnt from practical application and research of using the UNICEF training package in selected
country contexts.
 How to facilitate learning discussions around the UNICEF training package from the workshop attendees/audience.
Workshop # D2 – Fontaine E
PEGASUS-Peace, Global Health and Sustainability: A lens for building capacity for global health
Neil Arya, PEGASUS Conference; Donald Sutherland, Consultant Global Public Health; Jahan Zeb, Executive Director- Global Peace
Centre-Canada; Janet Hatcher Roberts, University of Ottawa
By the end of this session, participants will be better able to:
 Appreciate and understand this approach to the intersection of Peace, Global Health and Sustainability.
 Identify creative, innovative approaches to capacity building focusing on leadership, youth and student engagement
 Illustrate creative use of technology engaging a wider community engaged in global health
Orals # D3 – Fontaine F
Understanding Determinants of Health 2
Chaired by: Fahimeh Mianji, McGill University
Trade and investment policy as a driver of the sweetened carbonated beverages market in developing countries: a natural
experiment in Vietnam
Ashley Schram, University of Ottawa, School of Epidemiology, Public Health and Preventative Medicine
Violating dignity and not acting in a woman’s best interest: Disrespectful and abusive obstetric care in a slack health system
Aditi Iyer, Gender and Health Equity Project, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Political pragmatism and empiric evidence: a conundrum for maternal health services in Pakistan?
Zubia Mumtaz, School of Public Health, University of Alberta
Expansion of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative to neonatal wards or Neo-BFHI: a global health initiative targeting preterm
and ill infants
Laura N. Haiek, Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, Direction générale de la santé publique
Orals # D4 – Fontaine G
Human Resources in Health/ Ressources humaines en santé
Chaired by: Yves-Bertrand Djouda-Feudjio, Université de Yaoundé
Ideology trumps: health care providers a barrier to abortion services
Harneet Chahal, University of Alberta
What health workers can do to address the social determinants of health: A qualitative study
Anne Andermann, Independent Consultant
The role and responsibilities of the staff nurse in a tertiary hospital in a rural area of Punjab, India
Tarnia Taverner, University of British Columbia
Fidéliser les ressources humaines en santé maternelle, néonatale et infantile dans les zones difficiles : le cas du Bénin, Burkina
Faso et Sénégal
Marie Hatem, Université de Montréal, École de Santé Publique – Département de médecine sociale et préventive
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Orals # D5 – Fontaine H
The Ebola Outbreak: Looking back and Lessons learned 1/ Ébola: rétrospectivement et leçons apprises 1
Chaired by: N’koué Emmanuel Sambieni, Université de Parakou
Analyse rétrospective de la riposte sénégalaise contre la crise Ebola : quels enseignements?
Aboubakry Gollock, Facuté des sciences économiques et de Gestion (Université Cheikh Anta Diop) - ESPUM (Université de Dakar)
L’épidémie à Virus Lassa au Bénin en 2014: quelles leçons pour le système national de surveillance épidémiologique ?
N'koué Emmanuel Sambieni, Université de Parakou
What a difference contagion makes: Contrasting the international response to the Nigerian lead-poisoning outbreak and the
West Africa Ebola crisis
John Pringle, McGill University
A gender perspective on Ebola virus using a population health risk assessment framework
Miriam Nkangu, University of Ottawa
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation – Mont-Royal
Meet the experts/ Rencontre avec les experts
An informal session where young researchers and students will have the opportunity to meet experts in global health and
ask them questions about their fields of research and career experience. These exchanges would last about 30 minutes
and have a small group audience./ Une session informelle lors de laquelle les jeunes chercheurs et les étudiants auront
l'opportunité de rencontrer des experts en santé mondiale et échanger avec eux sur leur recherche et domaine d'intérêts. Ces
échanges dureront environ 30 minutes devant un petit auditoire
 Dr. Ronald Labonté, University of Ottawa
 Dr. Laurence Kirmayer, McGill University
5:30-6:30 pm
Training Session/ Carrefour de la formation – Côte St. Luc
Program Science – How academia can contribute to improving global public health
James Blanchard, Professor, Departments of Community Health Sciences and Medical Microbiology Director,
Centre for Global Public Health Canada Research Chair in Epidemiology and Global Public Health University of
Manitoba
Program Science is “the systematic application of theoretical and empirical scientific knowledge to improve the design,
implementation and evaluation of public health programmes.” The program science process entails embedding scientific
processes through all aspects of a program cycle. Recognition of the complexity of the factors that influence health outcomes and
how context needs to be considered in program design and delivery is critical, and emphasizes the importance of embedded
research and iterative processes of knowledge generation rather than unidirectional flow of knowledge from “discovery” to
“application”. This presentation will use examples from diverse global contexts and issues to elaborate how program science can
be operationalized, and will encourage participants to consider how academia can better fulfill its mission and roles in global
public health.
5:30pm - 6:30pm – Fontaine A, B, C
Dedicated Poster Session and Discussions
Présentations par affiches et discussions
Topics Presented:
Innovative Approaches and Technologies in Global Health/Approches innovantes et technologies en santé mondiale
Environmental and Social Determinants of Health/Déterminants environnementaux et sociaux de la santé
Global Health Education and Training/Formation et enseignement en santé mondiale
Policy, Justice and Equity/Politiques, équité et justice sociale
For a listing of posters please refer to page 31. Consultez la page 31 pour obtenir la liste des affiches.
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6:30 - 7:30pm – Salon Bonaventure - lobby level/ Niveau réception
Welcome Reception/Réception d’accueil
Cash bar/ bar payant
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Friday/ vendredi November 6 novembre, 2015
Ballroom
/ Salle de
bal
Fontaine
A/B/C
MontRoyal
Côte St.
Luc
Fontaine
D
Fontaine
E
7:30 5:00
Registration/ Inscription - Foyer
7:30 –
8:20
Training
session
8:30 10:00
10:0010:30
Meet the
panelists/
Symposium
E1
Rencontre
avec les
conférenciers
Lunch
Aprèsmidi
Symposium
F2
3:003:15
Health
Break
Posters
Affiches
Training
Hub/
Carrefour
de la
formation
Meet the
experts/
Rencontre
avec les
experts
Symposium
E2
Symposium
E3
Symposium
E4
Oral E5
Launch of
BioMed
Central
CSIH
AGM /
AGA SCSI
Video
Symposium
F1
3:15 4:15
Special
Supplement
Symposium
F3
Symposium
F4
Oral F5
Symposium
G1
Symposium
G2
Oral G3
Oral G4
Oral G5
Symposium
H1
Workshop
H2
Oral H3
Oral H4
Oral H5
Health
Break
Meet the
experts/
Rencontre
avec les
experts
4:30 5:30
5:30 6:30
Fontaine
H
Health
Break
1:30 3:00
4:15 4:30
Fontaine
G
Plenary/
Séance
plénière
10:30 12:00
12:00 1:30
Fontaine
F
Oral H6
Posters
Affiches
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Friday November 6 – Vendredi 6 novembre, 2015
07:30am-5:00pm - Registration/Inscription
7 :30 – 8 :20am
Training Session/ Carrefour de la formation – Côte St. Luc
Results-based Management in DFATD’s international developing programming: Key principles, tools and methodology
Megan Davies-Ostrom, Senior Performance Analyst, MFM, DFATD
This session will introduce participants to the basic principles of results-based management (RBM) as applied by
the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) in its international development
programming. The session will provide an overview of some of the terminology, tools and methodology used by DFATD
for results-based project design and management, and will touch on performance monitoring during project
implementation, and donor expectations for results-based reporting.
8:30am – 10:00am - Ballroom/Salle de bal
Plenary: Critical reflections on approaches to building
global health research capacity
Réflexions critiques sur les méthodes visant à renforcer les capacités de
recherche en santé mondiale
Simultaneous interpretation is provided/ Interprétation simultanée
Chair/Animateur : Erica Di Ruggiero, Deputy Scientific Director; Institute of Population and Public Health, Canadian Institutes of
Health Research
Global Health Partnerships: making them work for all partners
Tim Brewer, Vice Provost, Interdisciplinary and Cross Campus Affairs, University of California, Los Angeles and Chair, Consortium of
Universities for Global Health Board of Directors
Colliding & Coinciding: Political, Economic, and Academic Issues for Qualitative Research Capacity Building
Denise Gastaldo, Director, Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research, University of Toronto
Building long term research capacity for public and population health in Africa, the experience of the Consortium for Advanced
Research Training in Africa
Sharon Fonn, University of Witwatersand
Renforcer les compétences des jeunes chercheurs pour promouvoir l’excellence de la recherche en santé mondiale : expérience et
leçons apprises du programme de formation interuniversitaire Santé CAP
Slim Haddad, Anne-Marie Turcotte-Tremblay, Global Health Research Capacity Training Program/ Santé CAP
10:30am - 12:00pm Concurrent Sessions/ Séances simultanées
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation - Mont Royal
Meet the panelists/ Rencontre avec les conférenciers
Aimed primarily at students, young researchers and professionals, this session offers a friendly and informal space to
continue discussions initiated during the plenary sessions. / Destinés en priorité aux étudiants, aux jeunes chercheurs
et aux professionnels, la session offre un espace convivial et informel pour poursuivre les discussions amorcées au
cours des sessions plénières.
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Symposium #E1 – Fontaine D
Program science and global health: from principle to practice
Moderator: Dr. Lisa Avery, University of Manitoba
Overview of program science, academia and global health
Dr. James Blanchard, University of Manitoba, Canada Research Chair in Epidemiology and Global Public Health
Applying program science to HIV/AIDs research and program initiatives
Dr. Marissa Becker, University of Manitoba
Using a program science framework to improve maternal, newborn and child health
Dr. Maryanne Crockett, University of Manitoba
How a program science lens can be utilized in community based global health research
Ms. Elsabe DuPlessis, University of Manitoba
Symposium #E2 – Fontaine E
Global health technologies: What drives scale and access?
How Do Good Technologies Get to Poor People in Poor Countries?
Laura Frost, Partner, Global Health Insights, NYC
Making tuberculosis diagnostics more affordable
Madhu Pai, Director, McGill Global Health Programs Montreal
HPV vaccines: Challenges for achieving scale
Eduardo Franco, Division of Oncology, McGill University, Montreal
'Uber-ing' Global Health: Sustainable Business Models for Health Delivery in LMICs
Rohit Ramchandani, CEO, Antara Global Health Advisors, Toronto
Syposium #E3 – Fontaine F
Capacity building to manage health impacts in an extractive sector: a Mongolia-Canada partnership
Ame-Lia Tamburrini, Habitat Health Impact Consulting; Kate Dilworth, Simon Fraser University; Craig Janes, University of Waterloo;
Colleen Davison, Queens University; Oyunaa Lkhagvasuren, "Leading Researchers" NGO
At the end of this presentation participants will better understand:
 The progress of the Canadian-Mongolian partnership over the past six years
 Capacity building partnerships in challenging social, political, and economic contexts.
 Findings from the recent learning and development program, and will also reflect on how the lessons learned from overall
progress might be applicable to other low- and middle-income country contexts.
Symposium #E4 – Fontaine G
Towards a common ethical framework in global health: capacity-building for global health decision-making
Sandra Tomsons, University of Winnipeg; Janet Hatcher Roberts, Ibrahim Daibes, World Health Organization Collaborating Centre
for Knowledge Translation and Health Technology Assessment in Health Equity; Nazmul Alam, Federica Fregonese, Université de
Montréal; Béatrice Godard, RRSPQ
At the end of this presentation participants will better understand:
 An innovative South-North inter-philosophies dialogue methodology that will be employed to assess and expand the
ethical paradigm for global health decision-making.
Orals #E5 – Fontaine H
Primary Health Care/ Soins de santé primaires
Chaired by: Eva Slawecki, Canadian Society for International Health
Introducing Chronic Disease Management Programs in Kazakhstan
Ben Chan, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Saving mothers project 2014: preparing for scale-up of community distribution of clean birth kits with misoprostol
Gail Webber, Bruyere Research Institute, University of Ottawa
Les tests rapides de la dengue, une opportunité de renforcement des capacités des soignants face à une maladie infectieuse
émergente au Burkina Faso
Sylvie Zongo, Institut des Sciences des Sociétés/Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et Technologique (Burkina Faso) &
Institut de Recherche en Santé Publique de l'Université de Montréal, Qc (Canada)
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Audits de décès maternels ? Une stratégie porteuse pour améliorer les standards de pratique en santé maternelle
Liette Perron, Société des obstétriciens et gynécologues du Canada (SOGC)
Simple and safe “100-dollar-kitchen” to prevent low-birth-weight in a rural area in Bangladesh: A cluster randomized controlled
trial
Anisuddin Ahmed, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b)
Integrating mental health into primary health care in the Caribbean: a demonstration project in two Caribbean countries
Jessica Spagnolo, Montreal WHO-PAHO Collaborating Center for Research and Training in Mental Health; McGill University Health
Center
12:00pm - 1:30pm Lunch/ Après-midi
Ballroom/Salle de bal
12:15pm - 1:15pm – Fontaine E
Canadian Society for International Health Annual General Meeting/ AGA de la SCSI
All members of CSIH are welcome to attend. / Tous les membres de la SCSI sont les bienvenus à l’AGA.
12:15pm - 1:15pm – Côte St. Luc
Video Presentation: A Working Adventure in Laos: a partnership in medical education reform
Christopher Brown, Cummings School of Medicine, University of Calgary
12:15pm - 1:15pm – Fontaine G
Launch of BioMed Central Special Supplement on Exemption of Health Service Fees in West Africa
This special issue examines the forms of fee suppression or subsidization of direct payment in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger as
strategies for improving equity and access to the health system, notably for women and children. The data and analysis presented
in this supplement result from a research funded by IDRC (International Development Research Centre, Canada) and AFD (Agence
française de développement) on the basis of a proposal submitted by LASDEL (Laboratoire d’études et de recherches sur les
dynamiques sociales et le développement local, Niamey, Niger) and CRCHUM (Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier de
l’Université de Montréal, Canada), with the collaboration of IRSS (Institut de recherche en sciences de la santé, CNRST,
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso) and Miseli (Bamako, Mali)
1:30pm – 3:00pm Concurrent Sessions/Séances simultanées
Symposium #F2 – Ballroom/Salle de ball
Simultaneous interpretation is provided/ Interprétation simultanée
Supporting people and institutions to strengthen health systems: Insights from IDRC supported researchers
Symposia Facilitator: Sharmila Mhatre, IDRC
 Strengthening research capacity in sub-Saharan Africa: lessons from the African Doctoral Dissertation Research
Fellowship (ADDRF) Program
Caroline Kabiru, African Population and Health Research Centre
 Building the capacity of rural indigenous people to engage with and strengthen the Guatemalan health system
Walter Flores, Centre for the Study of Equity and Governance in Health Systems
 Building capacity for health equity in India – insights from a journey of a thousand lives
Thelma Narayan, Society for Community Health Awareness Research and Action
 Capacity building for health policy and systems research (HPSR) in Africa: multiple perspectives and networks
Jill Olivier, University of Cape Town
 Capacity strengthening in health policy and systems research in West Africa
Issiaka Sombi, West Africa Health Organisatione
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Symposium #F1 – Fontaine D
The CREATE initiative: Using market-based strategies to promote recovery of people living with mental illness in low
resource settings
Arlene MacDougall, University of Western Ontario; Regina Casey, Vancouver Community Mental Health Centre; Rosemary Lysaght
Queen's University; Terry Krupa, Queen's University
By the end of the session participants will have a better understanding of:
 The CREATE initiative (Community REcovery Achieved Through Entrepreneurism)
 The conceptual framework, attending to the processes by which market-based strategies such as social businesses are
believed to influence participation and health
Symposium #F3 – Fontaine F
Developing principles to guide global health research in Canada: results & discussion of a participatory research
project
Jennifer Hatfield, University of Calgary; Vic Neufeld, Katrina Plamondon, Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research; Stephanie
Nixon, University of Toronto
By the end of the session participants will have a better understanding of:
 The 2011 report of the Expert Panel on Canada’s Strategic Role in Global Health
 The Gathering Perspectives on the Role of Research in a Canadian Vision for Global Health (GPS1) study
 A set of principles (or “code of conduct”) for global health research (GHR), and a policy analysis of the changing funding
landscape in Canada.
Symposium #F4 – Fontaine G
Development of global health competencies: one end, a variety of path
Videsh Kapoor, University of British Columbia; Janie Giard, Chloé de Bellefeuille, Université Laval; Shawna O'Hearn, Dalhousie
University; Paul Grand'Maison, Université de Sherbrooke; Carol Valois, Université de Sherbrooke
By the end of the session participants will have a better understanding of:
 Basic core competencies to respond to the health needs of vulnerable and underserved populations, here and abroad,
taking into account their health determinants and available resources
Orals #F5 – Fontaine H
Gender, Sexual & Reproductive Health
Chaired by: Lisa Merry, McGill University
Addressing gender to improve maternal and child health: A multi-pronged approach in India
Lisa MacDonald, HealthBridge Foundation of Canada
Socioeconomic characterization and risk factors of men and transwomen who have sex with men in Benin, and El Salvador
Erika Silva, Plan Canada
Misoprostol and fertility control
Harneet Chahal, University of Alberta
Men matter: engaging men for better MNCH outcomes
Saadya Hamdani, Plan International Canada
Migrant friendly maternity care in a western urban centre
Anita Gagnon, McGill University, The Research Institute of McGill University Hospital Centre
Intention of women living with HIV to use self-collection based HPV testing for cervical cancer screening in Uganda
Heather Pedersen, University of British Columbia
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation – Mont Royal
Meet the experts/ Rencontre avec les experts
An informal session where young researchers and students will have the opportunity to meet experts in global health and ask them
questions about their fields of research and career experience./ Une session informelle lors de laquelle les jeunes
chercheurs et les étudiants auront l'opportunité de rencontrer des experts en santé mondiale et échanger avec eux sur leur
recherche et domaine d'intérêts.
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Beryl Pilkington, School of Nursing, and Coordinator of the BA/BSc Global Health program in the Faculty of
Health at York University
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 – VENDREDI 6 NOVEMBRE 2015
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3:00 – 3:15
Frances Aboud, McGill University
Health break/ Pause santé
3:15pm – 4:15pm Concurrent Sessions/Séances simultanées
Symposium #G1 – Fontaine D
Strengthening health policy and systems research capacity in West Africa: Lessons and Experiences from a
collaborative sub-regional effort
Issiaka Sombie, West Africa Health Organization; Aku Kwamie, Selina Defor, University of Ghana School of Public Health
By the end of the session participants will have a better understanding of:
 Process and dialogue to understand actors and context
 Shape interventions to respond appropriately
 Engaging young and emerging researchers and leaders.
Symposium #G2 – Fontaine E
Capacity building for global public health nutrition: needs and initiatives in French-speaking West Africa
Hélène Delisle, Malek Batal, Amélie Sabourin, University of Montreal; Roger Sodjinou, Unicef/West African Health Organization,
Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
By the end of the session participants will have a better understanding of:
 The global nutrition training needs and recent efforts with particular focus on sub-Saharan Africa
Orals #G3 – Fontaine F
The Ebola Outbreak: Looking back and Lessons learned 2
Chaired by: Lydia Kapiriri, McMaster University
Priority setting in emergency situations: Lessons learnt from the case of Ebola
Lydia Kapiriri, McMaster University
Ebola as an occupational disease: A multi-scalar analysis
Stephanie Parent, Global Health Research Program
Global capacity for surveillance and response to a public health emergency of international concern: Brazil experience in
preparation to Ebola
Melina Santos, Ministry of Health, Brazil
The velocity of Ebola spread in West Africa
Kate Zinszer, Harvard Medical School
Orals #G4 – Fontaine G
Disability and Inclusion
Chaired by: Nicole D’Souza, McGill University
The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its impact on mental health law and policy in Canada
Ali Tejpar, Lathika Sritharan, University of Ottawa
Disability in Western Zambia: Working collaboratively with persons with disabilities to reconsider “rehabilitation”
Shaun Cleaver, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto
Understanding stigma: collaboration between the University of Calgary and Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences
(CUHAS) in Tanzania
Kimberly Williams, University of Calgary and Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences
Supporting the training of rehabilitation providers in Haiti: the McGill School of Physical and Occupational Therapy’s involvement
in an NGO-academic partnership for rehabilitation capacity building
Matthew Hunt, McGill University
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 – VENDREDI 6 NOVEMBRE 2015
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Orals #G5 – Fontaine H
Education and Training 1
Chaired by: Noni MacDonald, Dalhousie University
Research supervision experiences among university lecturers in sub-Saharan Africa
Donald C. Cole, University of Toronto & CARTA
Kuskaya: an interdisciplinary training program for innovation in global health
Jose Enrique Perez Lu, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
Capacity building, a case study of success in Uruguay
Cecilia Severi, Faculty of Medicine, University of the Republic
Building capacity to improve and sustain maternal child health outcomes in East Africa
Noni MacDonald, Dalhousie University
4:15-4:30pm Health break/ Pause santé
4:30pm – 5:30pm Concurrent Sessions/Séances simultanées
Symposium #H1 – Fontaine D
Community health approaches to malaria in Ebola context: Comparison between Plan International’s Global Fundfinanced grants in Guinea & Liberia
Mitra Manouchehrian, Magalie Nelson, Plan International Canada
By the end of this session participants will better understand:
 How community level interventions supported successful implementation of malaria activities in Guinea & Liberia
 Challenges experienced in implementing malaria interventions
 Lessons learned, what we would do differently, leveraging community health workers’ roles -Innovations to be
replicated/continued post-Ebola
Workshop #H2 – Fontaine E
The globalization of medical education. Is this capacity building or neocolonialism revisited?
Robert Paul, The WIlson Institute, University of Toronto; Tina Martimianakis, Julie Johnstone, Hospital for Sick Children
By the end of this session participants will be able to:
 Analyze global health projects and how they may contribute to a new wave of colonialism within medical education
 Engage in reflexive practice to mitigate the potential neocolonial impact
 Develop strategies and a community of practice to discuss ethical challenges in global health medical education work
Orals #H3 – Fontaine F
Understanding Determinants of Health 3
Chaired by: Bilkis Vissandjee, Université de Montréal
Geographic predictors of primary multidrug resistant tuberculosis cases in an endemic area of Lima, Peru
Lena Shah, McGill University
Toward a Global Index of Wellbeing: A Proof of Concept
Susan Elliott, University of Waterloo
Social inequalities associated with the use of psychotropic drugs among older adults living in the community: the international
mobility in aging study
Boukaré Doulougou, Université de Montréal, IRSPUM
A journey into the study of sex and gender in global health research
Bilkis Vissandjee, Université de Montréal
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 – VENDREDI 6 NOVEMBRE 2015
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Orals #H4 – Fontaine G
Building capacities in Global Health Research
Chaired by: Theresa Gyorkos, McGill University
Training collaboration for strengthening Mozambique's health system research capacity
Sergio Chicumbe, National Institute of Health, Mozambique
Capacity building for implementation research in global health: Conducting multi-country, mixed methods case studies
Danielle Charlet, URC
Real-Time Responsiveness as an ethical capacity for health researchers in disasters
Lisa Eckenwiler, George Mason University
Building global capacity in vector-borne disease research
Manisha Kulkarni, University of Ottawa
Orals # H5 – Fontaine H
Education and Training 2
Chaired by: Drissa Sia, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Education for preventing workplace transmission of TB in South Africa: Pilot testing an arts-based approach
Stephanie Parent, Global Health Research Program
Anesthesia Capacity in Rural Hospitals in Enugu, Nigeria
Obinna Ajuzieogu, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital
An integrative review of primary care clinical guideline use by Western-led medical service trips (MSTs) in Latin America
Christopher Dainton, Grand River Hospital
The continuing education needs of nurses working in hospital environments in rural Punjab, India
Brittany Watson, Providence Health Care
Orals # H6 – Côte St. Luc
Partnerships in Global Health
Chaired by: Mohammad Hajizadeh, Dalhousie University
Canadian foreign aid: A focus on reproductive, maternal and newborn health
Jannah Wigle, University of Toronto
Global health partnerships in real-life: a case study of the global fund's country coordinating mechanism in Ethiopia
Henock Taddese, School of Health and Realted Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield
Lessons from a Canadian-South African partnership of partnerships: A multi-scalar approach to protecting health workers from
infectious disease transmission
Annalee Yassi, UBC
Developing cardiac services and a standardized adult cardiology training program
Nazneem Wahab, Academics without Borders
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation – Mont-Royal
Meet the experts/ Rencontre avec les experts
An informal session where young researchers and students will have the opportunity to meet experts in global health and
ask them questions about their fields of research and career experience. These exchanges would last about 30 minutes and
have a small group audience./ Une session informelle lors de laquelle les jeunes chercheurs et les étudiants auront
l'opportunité de rencontrer des experts en santé mondiale et échanger avec eux sur leur recherche et domaine d'intérêts. Ces
échanges dureront environ 30 minutes devant un petit auditoire.
 Donald Cole, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
 Michel Alary, Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 – VENDREDI 6 NOVEMBRE 2015
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CAPACITY BUILDING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH . RENFORCEMENT DES CAPACITÉS EN SANTÉ MONDIALE
5:30pm - 6:30pm - Fontaine A, B, C
Dedicated Poster Session and Discussions
Présentations par affiches et discussions
Topics Presented:
Environmental and Social Determinants of Health/Déterminants environnementaux et sociaux de la santé
Global Health Education and Training/Formation et enseignement en santé mondiale
Community health/ Santé communautaire
Human Resources in Health in low income settings/ Modèles pour aborder les ressources humaines en santé dans les
milieux à ressources limitées
For a listing of posters please refer to page 31. Consultez la page 31 pour obtenir la liste des affiches.
Global Health Social Night / Soirée sociale en santé mondiale
7:00pm
Join us on the 2 floor at/ Venez nous rejoindre au 2ième étage au bar:
nd
Les 3 brasseurs
732 Ste-Catherine Ouest
Montreal, QC H3B1B9
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 – VENDREDI 6 NOVEMBRE 2015
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CAPACITY BUILDING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH . RENFORCEMENT DES CAPACITÉS EN SANTÉ MONDIALE
Saturday November 7 / samedi 7 novembre, 2015
Ballroom
/ Salle de
bal
Fontaine
A/B/C
MontRoyal
Côte St.
Luc
Fontaine
D
Fontaine
E
7:30 3:00
Registration/ Inscription - Foyer
7:30 –
8:20
Training
session
8:30 10:00
10:0010:30
3:00 4:30
Fontaine
H
Health
Break
Meet the
panelists/
Rencontre
avec les
conférenciers
Lunch
Aprèsmidi
Training
Hub/
Carrefour
de la
formation
Meet the
experts/
Rencontre
avec les
experts
1:00 2:30
2:303:00
Fontaine
G
Plenary/
Séance
plénière
10:30 12:00
12:00 1:00
Fontaine
F
Workshop
I1
Atelier 12
Symposium
I3
Oral I4
Oral I5
Atelier J1
Workshop
J2
Symposium
J3
Symposium
J4
Oral J5
Video
Health
Break
Plenary/
Séance
plénière
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 – SAMEDI 7 NOVEMBRE 2015
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Saturday November 7 – Samedi 7 novembre, 2015
7:30-8:20am
Training Hub / Carrefour de la formation - Cote St. Luc
What makes or breaks a proposal
Erica Di Ruggiero, CIHR; Sharmila Mhatre, IDRC
This session will feature tips for writing grant applications and funding opportunities available through CIHR and IDRC that are of
relevance to global health researchers. Ample time will be allotted for Q and A and discussion with panelists.
8:30 - 10:00am - Ballroom/Salle de bal
Plenary: Needs and Gaps in Health System Capacities: Ebola in focus
Besoins et lacunes sur le plan des capacités des systèmes de santé :
pleins feux sur l’Ebola
Simultaneous interpretation is provided/ Interprétation simultanée
Chair/Animateur : Dr. Mark Grabowsky, Vice President for Public Sector Initiatives, Pantheryx, Inc. Formerly, COO for
the Office of the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Financing the Health MDGs and Malaria
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Professor Mandy Kader Konde, Institute of Research Guinea
Hossam Elsharkawi; Director, Emergencies and Recovery, International Ops, Canadian Red Cross
Steve Cornish, Canadian Executive Director, Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
This plenary will discuss gaps in health systems during humanitarian emergencies using example of recent Ebola epidemic and other
recent emergencies. It will examine:
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What are the key gaps in health systems that hinder the effective humanitarian response during crisis?
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What lessons have we learned from recent emergencies about the role of humanitarian actors in health systems
strengthening? What we are learning and not learning in responding to the emergencies?
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How can humanitarian relief contribute to long-term health systems strengthening and recovery from the outset of emergency
response?
10:30am - 12:00pm Concurrent Sessions/ Séances simultanées
Training Hub/ Carrefour de la formation - Mont Royal
Meet the panelists/ Rencontre avec les conférenciers
Aimed primarily at students, young researchers and professionals, this session offers a friendly and informal space to
continue discussions initiated during the plenary sessions. / Destinés en priorité aux étudiants, aux jeunes chercheurs et
aux professionnels, la session offre un espace convivial et informel pour poursuivre les discussions amorcées au cours des
sessions plénières.
Workshop # I1 – Fontaine D
Global health research and the private sector
Lori Hanson, Ben Brisbois, Bjorn Stime, Colleen Davison, Donald Cole, Stephanie Nixon, Craig Janes, Charles Larson, Kishor Wasan,
Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR); Jen Moore, Mining Watch
At the end of this presentation participants will:
 explore the implications for global health outcomes of changes to state-private sector relationships;
 identify the main pathways by which private sector actors participate in global health research and governance;
 explore the dilemmas that public-private funding models create for researchers in the Canadian context, and some shortand long-term responses to them.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 – SAMEDI 7 NOVEMBRE 2015
27
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Atelier #I2 – Fontaine E
Mener une recherche de type réaliste en santé mondiale : concepts et clés pour la pratique
Emilie Robert, Pierre Pluye, Université McGill; Thomas Druetz, Valéry Ridde, Université de Montréal
Objectifs:
L’approche réaliste est encore peu utilisée car ses concepts sont complexes. Les objectifs sont de montrer l’utilité de l’approche
pour la RPSS, d’initier les participants à ces concepts, et de leur proposer des clés pour entreprendre une recherche réaliste.
Symposium #I3 – Fontaine F
Integrated community case management (iCCM) in Africa: Scaling-up, cost-effectiveness and adaptability in the Ebola
outbreak
Abosede Adeniran, Ministry of Health, Nigeria; David Collins, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), USA; Baugh Gunther
WHO/Global malaria Program; Salim Sohani, Canadian Red Cross
At the end of this presentation participants will better understand:
 The costing of interventions is critical in looking at cost-effectiveness, considering scaling up, and conducting evidencebased advocacy.
 MSH’s work on iCCM cost analysis in several countries will provide useful lessons and experiences.
 MSH will present on the costing tool that is used for such analysis using Nigeria and Liberia as examples, this symposium
will examine the suppleness of iCCM to effectively function in both under development and emergency contexts, including
measure of its cost.
Orals #14 – Fontaine G
Education and Training 3
Chaired by: Jill Allison, Memorial University
Reciprocity in Global Health university-to-university partnerships
Aaron Yarmoshuk, School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape
Global Health Me: Mentorship in Global Health
Jeena Matthew, Global Health Me; Swedish Network for International Health
Virtual longitudinal mentorship: a feasibility project for clinical research capacity building
Rebecca Wong, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Building population health research capacity in Guatemala using the COMPASS system
Adam Cole, University of Waterloo
Predeparture training recommendations for students participating in global health experience
Chantal Camden, Université de Sherbrooke
Inégalité d'opportunité de santé chez les enfants âgés de moins de 5 ans au Togo
Yacobou Sanoussi, Université de Lomé
Orals #15 – Fontaine H
Monitoring & Evaluation 2
Chaired by: Valérie Hongoh, Université de Montréal
Development and testing of a scale to measure trust on public health care system, for a developing country context
Anand Thakarakkattil, Health Action by People
Implementation, outcomes and associated costs of a community-based intervention for hypertension management in an urban
slum in Kenya
Samuel Oti, African Population and Health Research Center, Nairobi-Kenya
Les facteurs contextuels comme modificateurs des effets de l’exemption des paiements sur les résultats de santé infantile au
Burkina Faso
David Zombre, IRSPUM/Université de Montréal
Evaluation of the District Health Service Support Project in Afghanistan
Mohammad Haqmal, Ministry of Public Health
The effects of MCH insurance cards on improving equity in access and use of maternal and child health care services in Tanzania:
A mixed methods analysis
Kassimu Tani, Ifakara Health Institute
Les normes pratiques des personnel de santé au Niger (et au-delà) : une base de connaissances, des repères pour l’action
Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, LASDEL; EHESS
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 – SAMEDI 7 NOVEMBRE 2015
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12:00pm - 1:00pm - Lunch/ Après-midi
Ballroom Foyer/Salle de bal
12:15pm - 1:00pm – Cote St. Luc
Video Presentations: Red Cross Canada/ Croix-Rouge canadienne
1. Améliorer la santé des mères et des enfants au Mali
2. Birth of a Mother
1:00pm - 2:30pm Concurrent Sessions/Séances simultanées
Atelier #J1 – Fontaine D
Le financement basé sur les résultats en matière de santé en Afrique: Émergence, mise en œuvre et passage à
l'échelle
David Zombré, Sylvie Zongo, Isidore Sieleunou, N'koué Emmanuel Sambieni, Lara Gautier, Valéry Ridde, Anne-Marie TurcotteTremblay, Institut de recherche en santé publique de l'Université de Montréal
Objectif :
 de présenter les approches méthodologiques adoptées et de restituer les résultats de ces recherches complémentaires sur
le FBR
Workshop #J2 – Fontaine E
Who me? A workshop on power, privilege and inclusion in global health
Matthieu Simard, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi; Pulchérie Mukangwije, Handicap International Canada; Djenana Jalovcic,
Independent Consultant; Stephanie Nixon, University of Toronto- International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation; Emily Kere,
CBM Canada; Alexis Davis, BC Children's Hospital- Centre for International Child Health; Jana Alagarajah, King’s College London;
Croydon University Hospital
At the end of this presentation participants will better understand:
 Ideas of power, privilege, marginalization, and intersections of oppression in global health research
 Disability, ableism and inclusion to highlight blind spots and opportunities related to power and privilege
 Introduce the concepts of allyship and anti-oppression as constructive responses to the identification of power and
privilege
 Identify concrete steps for dismantling power and privilege in our future work and linking this to broader individual and
institutional efforts for social justice
Symposium #J3 – Fontaine F
Urbanization and ground realities in Bangladesh: mobilizing the urban poor for equity in health
Sabina Faiz Rashid, Alayne Adams, James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University
At the end of the symposium, participants will have a better understanding of:
 Specific contextual challenges of working in complex urban settings
 The need for pro-poor service delivery approaches, and how to ensure sustained community engagement, and
 The equitable distribution of resources for health improvement
Symposium #J4 – Fontaine G
Career Paths in Global Health
Caity Jackson, CSIH MentorNet; Peter Berti, Healthbridge, David Zakus, Ryerson University
Global health's emerging popularity leaves many of those who have studied the subject confused or overwhelmed with the various
sectors one can work in. This session aims to highlight the career paths in global health through invited speakers representing the
Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), public, research, and academic sectors who can speak to their field of work and their
career journey. This will be followed by a panel discussion on career path options in global health. Audience members will leave the
session feeling more informed about global health career path options.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 – SAMEDI 7 NOVEMBRE 2015
29
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Orals #J5 – Fontaine H
Community Health 2/ Santé communitaire 2
Chaired by: Émilie Robert, Université McGill
Capital social et accès aux soins de santé maternelle à l’Extrême-nord du Cameroun
Ibrahim Bienvenu Mouliom Moungbakou, Santé-Cap
Building local capacity with participatory science workshops to address water, sanitation and hygiene challenges in rural
northern Tanzania
Raida Khwaja, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary
Education and the health of the First Nations people of Canada
Daniel Korpal, Queen's University
Promoting community participation in health system governance: Lessons from working with structures for community
participation in rural Uganda and urban Cape Town
Moses Mulumba, Center for Health, Human Rights and Development
Health for all: Civil Society and the Global Health Governance
Mariana da Rosa Martins, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
La recherche sur les politiques et systèmes de santé dans les pays à faible et moyen revenu : un ancrage nécessaire pour mieux
comprendre les politiques de santé
Emilie Robert, Université McGill
3:00pm - 4:30pm - Ballroom/Salle de bal
Closing Plenary/Plénière de clôture
Perspectives on the future of Global Health
Perspectives sur l’avenir de la santé mondiale
Simultaneous interpretation is provided/ Interprétation simultanée
Presentation of the poster awards / Remise des prix pour les présentations par affiches
Chair/Animateur : Shawna O’Hearn, Dalhousie University
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Duncan Pedersen, Research Centre at Douglas Mental Health University Institute, WHO Collaborating Centre
for Research and Training in Mental Health
Christina Zarowsky, University of Montreal
Nicholas King, McGill University
Gilles Bibeau, CHUSJ
In an economic climate defined by intense competition for resources, the global health community is at a critical point where change
is necessary to adapt. Now is the time to re-examine and re-define our ethical frameworks for partnerships, promoting research and
building capacity. The persistent inequalities in funding, the gap in research between what is known and what is applied, and the
dangers of the Global Health research agenda being driven by private corporations are all examples of issues that we must address
in this shifting landscape in the global health community.
At the close of the conference, we will come together as a community to explore the future of global health. Panelists will share
experiences from their work in mental health, health systems strengthening and education, while raising difficult questions to
consider as we work to achieve health equity for all.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 – SAMEDI 7 NOVEMBRE 2015
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Poster Presentations/Liste des affiches
Note: Titles of presentations are presented in the language of submission
Veuillez noter que les titres sont présentés dans la langue dans laquelle ils ont été proposés
*indicates a student/Indique un étudiant
Community health/ Santé communitaire
th
Presenting: Thursday, November 5
1. *Lara Gautier, Ecole de Santé Publique de l'Université de Montréal
Country-ownership of universal health coverage in West Africa: a scoping review
2. Judy Gleeson, Mount Royal University
Operationalizing a conceptual model for partnership and collaboration in global health field schools
3. Aboubakry Gollock, Université Montréal (UDEM-ESPUM) et Université Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD)
Enjeux et contraintes de l’opérationnalisation des collaborations et prises de décisions basées sur des évidences
scientifiques en santé en Afrique
4. Mohammad Mainul Islam, University of Dhaka
Child marriage in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional examination of related policies and reproductive health
5. Mohammad Mainul Islam, University of Dhaka
Use of reproductive health care services among urban migrant women in Bangladesh
6. Martyna A. Janjua, University of Toronto
Latent tuberculosis infection among Canada’s immigrants: migration as a social determinant of health
7. Emmanuelle Jasmin, Université de Sherbrooke
Société, culture et occupation : Un cours sur l’environnement socioculturel en lien avec l’ergothérapie, les occupations
humaines et la santé mondiale
8. Juliana Joachim, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
Effect of sexual and reproductive health education intervention on peer to peer sexual health communication among
primary school adolescents age 12-14 in kinondoni municipal, dar-es-salaam
9. Sheila Klassen, Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta
Barriers to optimizing patient care in a dedicated public heart failure clinic in Guyana
10. Eveline Konje, University of Calgary & Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences
Traditional birth attendants in Sengerema District Northwest of Tanzania: Do their delivery practices matter?
11. Codjo Adolphe KPATCHAVI, Université d'Abomey Calavi Bénin
Rôles d’interface des comités de santé en Afrique de l’Ouest et du centre : études de cas du Bénin, de la Guinée et de la
République démocratique du Congo
12. Codjo Adolphe KPATCHAVI, Université d'Abomey Calavi Bénin
Les déterminants de la mobilité des Travailleuses de Sexe et prévention du VIH au Bénin : ethnographie des sites de
prostitution le cadre du projet « Equité en Santé »
13. Nunik Kusumawardani, National Institute of Health Research and Development Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia
Public health development index (PHDI) to measure inequity gap of public health development across district in
Indonesia
14. Agung Laksono, National Institute of Health Research and Development Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia
Factors related to improvement of public health development index: a qualitative exploration in three districts in
Indonesia
15. Julia Lohmann, Institute of Public Health, University of Heidelberg
Carrots and sticks: Health workers perspectives on performance-based incentives: findings from a mixed-methods study
in Malawi
16. *Shruti Mallya, University of Ottawa
Modelling Human Risk of West Nile Virus using Surveillance and Environmental Data
17. *Emmanuel Marier-Tétrault, Université de Montréal
Défis de la pratique infirmière pour le transfert à domicile de la troisième à la première ligne à l’hôpital Prince Aly Khan
(PAKH) sur Mumbai
18. Layla S.Mofid, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University
Benefits of close on-site field observation in cross-culture applications of study instruments
19. Olive Mukamana, Département de médecine sociale et préventive, École de santé publique, Université de Montréal. Unité
de Santé Internationale, Centre de Recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (USI-CRCHUM)
What is known about school-based health promotion in developing countries? A scoping review
20. Shawna O'Hearn, Dalhousie University
Institutional Policy Changes: Implications for the Future of Global Health
21. Easmon Otupiri, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology-School of Public Health
Performance monitoring and accountability 2020: an innovative approach to nationally representative population-based
surveys in Ghana
22. Nazneen Rahman, BRAC
BRAC’s upgraded Shasthya Shebika; the effective and sustainable community health worker model in Bangladesh:
BRAC’s experiences
23. Rozeena Abdul Rasool Rajani Aahung
Youth Access to Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights
24. Rozeena Abdul Rasool Rajani Aahung
Children’s Rights to protection and Information
25. Kara Redden, McGill University
Indigenous childhood ethics: A scoping review
26. *Christina Roussakis, McMaster
Mental health care training of health workers in low and middle income countries
27. Dinara Salaeva, Brock University
Father involvement in Asian culture from the identity theory perspective: predicting father-infant interaction and
breastfeeding support in Vietnam
28. Sherif Saleh, McMaster University
An Analysis of the Ontario Mental Health Act: using the Houston and Richardson Problems Definition Framework
29. Nadira Saleh, Mennonite Economic Development Associates
Market approaches to nutrition: fortifying virgin sunflower oil with vitamin A in Tanzania
30. *Kristen Salena, Cassandra Bick, The Hospital for Sick Children
The SickKids-Caribbean Initiative (SCI): A twinning program to build capacity for care in paediatric cancer and blood
disorders in the Caribbean
31. Mark Schulz
Mental Disorders as the 5th NCD: A Proposed Hybridized Model
32. Carlyn Seguin, University of Saskatchewan
Making the links: Certificate in global health
33. *Nicolas Seca-Masot, HEC Montreal
Improving healthcare delivery at St-Mary’s hospital Lacor through operations management/operations research
34. Issiaka SOMBIE, Organisation Ouest Africaine de la Santé
Strengthening National Health Research System in post conflict countries in West Africa
35. Issa SOMBIE, SERSAP
Implication des décideurs politiques dans un processus de recherche : Défis et enjeux
36. *Jessica Spagnolo, University of Montreal, Douglas Mental Health University Institute, Montreal WHO-PAHO Collaborating
Center for Research and Training in Mental Health
Building system capacity in primary care: are mental health training programs for general practitioners (GPs) effective?
37. Marianne Stevens, University of Toronto
Research on rehabilitation interventions for adults living with HIV: A scoping study
Community health/ Santé communitaire
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38. Frances Aboud, McGill University
An impact evaluation of Plan Indonesia’s early childhood program
39. Marilyn N. Ahun, McGill University
Maternal and child health, nutrition and development in rural Ghana
40. Shauna Curry, CAWST
Water, sanitation and hygiene and maternal, newborn, and child health
41. LILIANA DENGO-BALOI, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH - MOZAMBIQUE
Antibiotics susceptibility pattern of Vibrio cholerae O1 Ogawa, isolated during cholera outbreak investigation in
mozambique from 2014 to 2015
42. Elizabeth Faour, Memorial University Faculty of Medicine
Field observations on women’s health and gender equality status in post-earthquake Kathmandu, Nepal: A medical
student perspective
43. Hassen Ghannem , Department of Epidemiology, University Hospital Farhat Hached, sousse, Tunisia
Capacity building for the prevention of non communicable disease risk factors in Sousse, Tunisia: The learning by doing
community interventions
44. Hassen Ghannem, Department of Epidemiology, University Hospital Farhat Hached, Sousse, Tunisia
Building capacity in health research through bibliometry in Tunisia
45. Aboubakry Gollock, Université Montréal (UDEM-ESPUM) et Université Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD)
Étude comparative des performances les mutuelles de santé au Sénégal : quels enseignements pour l’extension de la
couverture maladie universelle?
46. Aditi Iyer, Gender and Health Equity Project, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Deconstructing and building obstetric knowledge among doctors and staff nurses: Evidence and practice from a lowincome setting
47. Ashna Jinah, The University of Western Ontario
An analysis from the National Population Health Survey (NPHS) on the association between neighbourhood walkability
and adult obesity, in 2010/11
48. Juliana Joachim, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
Mapping community-based programs in Tanzania: supporting the implementation of a national community health
worker cadre
49. Uzair Jogiat, University of Calgary/ Cumming School of Medicine
Teaching aids availability for the primary school curriculum in Tanzania
50. *Amy Gajaria, University of Toronto
Mental health on the margins: a psychiatry resident-initiated global mental health interest group
51. Michel Lucas, Laval University
Food insecurity prevalence and food quality among Nunavik Inuit pregnant women, a cause for concern?
52. Isabel Pilar Luis Gonzalvez, National Institute of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Microbiology, Cuba
Community Engagement, Personal Responsibility and Self Help in Cuba’s Health System Reform
53. Noni MacDonald, Dalhousie University,
IWK Health Centre Capacity building for health research in Eastern Africa (EA): 2015 review of 6 years experience of
MicroResearch (MR)
54. Sarah MacVicar, McGill University
How does weather affect birth outcomes? A multi-level modelling study in Kanungu District, Uganda
55. Amílcar Magaço, National Institute of Health, Mozambique
Assessment of "health in all policies" framework in governmental sectors of mozambique
56. Moses Mulumba, Center for Health, Human Rights and Development
Promoting community participation in health system governance: Lessons from CSOs engagement with Health Unit
Management Committees in rural Uganda
57. Stephanie Nixon, International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation (ICDR)
Missed opportunities: Perspectives of PTs and OTs in Kenya and Zambia regarding the role of rehabilitation in the care of
people living with HIV (PHAs)
58. *Caroline O'Keefe-Markman, Students International Health Association
Maternal health challenges in remote rural Tanzania: Maasai maternal health
59. Nazneen Rahman, BRAC
Knowledge, attitudes and practices of community skilled birth attendants (CSBAs) for maternal health care in rural
Bangladesh
60. Uros Rakita, McMaster University
Factors predicting patterns of global electroconvulsive therapy utilization
61. Tetyana Rogalska, Queen's University
Ethical considerations and community impact of global health electives
62. Alfonso Rosales, World Vision US
Translating knowledge and skills into practice. A case-study on supportive supervision for community based health
service delivery in rural South Sudan
63. Carlyn Seguin, University of Saskatchewan
Social determinants of health clinical assessment tool
64. Paula Slaney, Memorial University
Rural Global Health: A student's experience participating in the International Summer Institute for Global Health Training
(InSIGHT)
65. Vivian Tam, McMaster University
A formative evaluation of the mobile health clinic program in La Romana, the Dominican Republic
Environmental and Social Determinants of Health/ Déterminants environnementaux et sociaux de la santé
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66. Marc Abbyad, Medic Mobile
Strengthening child protection networks post-Ebola in Liberia: Designing and deploying mobile tools to connect
vulnerable children to care
67. John Ataguba, University of Cape Town
Social determinants of health inequality in South Africa: explaining sectoral contributions to health inequality
68. Jessica Barker, University of Cape Town
Civil Society's role in health system monitoring and strengthening: Evidence from Khayelitsha, South Africa
69. Hillary Birch, McGill University
Moving the state: practicing citizenship through the experience of illness in South Africa
70. *Rhonda Boateng, Bishop's University
Breast cancer and mental health in Sub-Saharan African women: review of common risk factors and current mental
health systems
71. Jean-Pierre Chanoine, Global Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (GPED) and University of British Columbia (UBC)
Promoting Sustainable Access to Essential Medicines for Pediatric Endocrine Conditions in Low and Middle Income
Countries
72. Phetsavanh Chanthavilay, Laval university
Accuracy of the combined vsual inspection with acetic acid and cervical cytology testing as a primary screening tool for
cervical cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis
73. *Margot Charette, McGill University
Climatic and socioeconomic drivers of dengue in Ucayali, 2004-2014
74. Aïssa Diarra, Laboratoire d'études et recherches sur les dynamiques sociales et le développement local (LASDEL)
Les stratégies des agents de première ligne en contexte de gratuité au Niger
75. Elsabé du Plessis, Centre for Global Public Health, University of Manitoba
Who benefits? Providing inputs in a global maternal, newborn and child health project
76. Laura N. Haiek, Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, Direction générale de la santé publique
Expansion of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative to neonatal wards or Neo-BFHI: a global health initiative targeting
preterm and ill infants.
77. Emily Hall, University of California, San Francisco
Global health training for advance practice nurses
78. Rosa Elia Huicochea Lozano, Secretaria de Salud del Estado de Guerrero, Mexico
Búsqueda Activa de casos de Tuberculosis, en población indígena del municipio de Ayutla de los libres, Guerrero, México
79. Rosa Elia Huicochea Lozano, Secretaria de Salud del Estado de Guerrero, Mexico
Búsqueda activa de casos de tb, en colonias marginadas en el municipio de Zihuatanejo de Azueta guerrero
80. Lori Hanson, University of Saskatchewan
“I got peace and stability”: Women’s perceptions of contraceptive use in Sidama, SNNPR, Ethiopia
81. Farzana Haq, Queen's University
What role do parents and teachers play in the alleviation of child hunger in Canada?
82. *Sarah Lauren Harris, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health
Implementation of information and communication technologies at mid-level health training institutions in Ghana
83. *Husein Mohammed, McGill University
Iodized salt improved young children’s cognitive development but the effect differed by food security and nutritional
status in a cluster RCT in Ethiopia
84. Mirlaine Tondereau, Partners In Health
Programme de mentorat pour les infirmières: établir une norme pour le développement professionnel des infirmières en
Haïti
Environmental and Social Determinants of Health/ Déterminants environnementaux et sociaux de la santé
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85. Dave Anushree, McGill University
Ethical Considerations Associated with the Use of Social Media in the Public Health Response to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak
86. *
87. *Marie Baron, Département de médecine sociale et préventive, Université Laval ; Axe Santé des populations et pratiques
optimales en santé, Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec
État de santé autoévalué, mortalité et inégalités sociales chez les Inuit du Nunavik
88. Peter Berti, HealthBridge
Small animal husbandry for improved nutrition in highland Bolivia
89. Violeta Chacon, Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama
Increasing chronic disease research capacity in Guatemala through a regional training program
90. *Rhianna Charchuk, University of Alberta
Population displacement and malaria among children in the Democratic Republic of Congo
91. *Margot Charette, McGill University
Climatic and socioeconomic drivers of dengue in Ucayali, 2004-2014
92. SERGIO CHICUMBE, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH (INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE SAÚDE)
Dimensions of factors related to exclusive breastfeeding at Mavalane health district, Mozambique, 2012
93. Doug Doyle-Baker, University of Calgary/ Cumming School of Medicine
Livestock species of importance to Maasai in Tanzania; Helminthic infection and anthelminthic drug resistance in sheep
and goats
94. Emily Hall, University of California, San Francisco
Dual-purpose nurse rounding: an experience from rural Haiti
95. Marie Hatem, Université de Montréal
Élaboration d’une vision commune nationale de la formation de base des Infirmières et des accoucheuses en République
Démocratique du Congo
96. Esha Homenauth, University of Ottawa
Improving diagnosis of febrile illness: the role of malaria and arboviruses in fever prevalence in regions of Tanzania
97. Rosa Elia Huicochea Lozano, Secretaria de Salud del Estado de Guerrero, Mexico
Búsqueda de casos de tb, en jornaleros agrícolas, en zirandaro, guerrero
98. Rosa Elia Huicochea Lozano, Secretaria de Salud del Estado de Guerrero, Mexico
Exito del taes, en afromestizos por tb, en cuajinicuilapa, guerrero. mexico
99. *Huda Tanvir, School of Public Health, University of Sydney and International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research,
Bangladesh (icddrb)
Social determinants of health influencing equity in universal health coverage: assessing the programmatic feasibility in
Bangladesh country context
Global Health Education and Training / Bâtir une éducation efficace en santé mondiale et programmes de formation
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100. Catherine Burrows, Canadian Society for International Health
Health Systems Strengthening for MNCH in Tanzania
101. Catherine Burrows, Canadian Society for International Health
Improving Infection Prevention and Control in Mongolian Hospitals
102. Regina Casey, Douglas College
CREATE: community action to promote health, well-being and employment success with and for people with mental
illness in Kenya
103. Shauna Curry, CAWST
Sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services: community health promoters in Ndola, Zambia
104. Shauna Curry,CAWST
Improving the sustainability of WASH capacity building through mobile technologies
105. Brenda Dogbey, Public Health Agency of Canada
Identifying equity-sensitive interventions on the Canadian Best Practices Portal
106. Tommaso D'Ovidio, Canadian Society for International Health - MentorNet
Exploring application of module-based curriculum for mentoring students and young professionals in global health
107. Paul Grand'Maison, Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé (FMSS), Université de Sherbrooke
The continuum of global health education: a comprehensive vision at the Université de Sherbrooke
108.Matthew Hughsam, McMaster University
Prospective considerations for global health research network spaces within Institutional Repositories (IR)
109. CLARA JUAREZ-RAMIREZ, CENTRE FOR HEALTH SYSTEMS RESEARCH-NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH, MEXICO
Between activism and intervention: the work of civil society and its impact on health policy of indigenous women.
110. *Kadidiatou Kadio, Université de Montréal
Protection sociale en santé au Burkina Faso : analyse d'un programme de solidarité pour affilier les plus pauvres à une
assurance maladie
111. *
112.Elia Lara, Universidad de Guanajuato
Desarrollo de competencias a través de un diagnóstico de salud integral participativo y con enfoque ecosistémico
113. Emily Latham, University of California Berkeley
Visiting students in global settings: host and partner perspectives on desired student outcomes
114. Jing Liu, The Program in Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health (IDIGH) of the Research Institute of the McGill
University Health Centre (RI-MUHC)
Improving global health through research and training: the Program in Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health
at the RI-MUHC
115. *Shivali Misra, McGill University Faculty of Medicine
Global health education with community engagement promotes capacity building: a novel approach for a global health
medical student elective
116. Kagone Moubassira, Centre de recherche en santé de Nouna
Etude qualitative de l'acceptabilité de la santé mobile en milieu rural au Burkina Faso
117. Ryan Normore, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University
The orthopedic trauma symposium: a team broken earth initiative
118. *Elias C.Nyanza, University of Calgary
Increased cyanide use in gold extraction among small scale miners in northern Tanzania; a call for developing capacity for
adherence, monitoring and understanding on the cyanide code of practice
119. Gordon Odundo, Gertrude's Children's Hospital
The impact and successes of a pediatric endocrinology fellowship program in Africa
120. Gordon Odundo, Gertrude's Children's Hospital
Decentralization of paediatric healthcare in Kenya: The Gertrude’s childrens’ hospital model
121.Kaitlin Patterson, McGill University/IHACC
At what scale does food insecurity vary? A Case study of highly food insecure indigenous communities in SW Uganda
122. Jose Enrique Perez-Lu, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
WawaRed Rural: Randomized Controlled Trial of the use of voice messages to improve maternal care in Rural Areas in
Peru
123. Drissa Sia, Département des sciences infirmières, Université du Québec en Outaouais
The effect of gender inequities on HIV incidence in sub-Saharan Africa
124. Estelle Sidze, African Population and Health Research Center
Use of phone technology in improving maternal health in Kenya
125. Bernice Tiggelaar Canadian Red Cross
Maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) interventions and delivery modalities in fragile states: A review of the
literature
126. Andrew Tomayer University of Ottawa
Mathematical modelling of the impact of integrated vector control interventions on malaria transmission in Africa
127. Jodi Tuck, Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University
REW - Re-entry workshops: Supporting students to integrate their global health experiences
128. Roger Turnell, University of Alberta
Ethiopia-Canada Project: Protecting pregnant/delivering mothers and newborns - Systems approach to strengthening
skilled birth attendance and referral
129.Vedrana Vaskovic, University of Ottawa Heart Institute
Research ethics committee members' views regarding payment for clinical trial participants in South Africa
130. Mireya Vilar-Compte, Universidad Iberoamericana, Instituto de Investigaciones sobre Desarrollo Sustentable y Equidad
Social
Lower leg length index (LLI) as an indicator of early nutrition environments. Is LLI associated with overweight and
obesity?
131. Sonia Wesche, University of Ottawa
Capacity-building to improve food security in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, Northwest Territories, Canada
132. *Danielle Wilhelm, Institute of Public Health, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Results based financing: innovative approach, but what do implementers think about it?
133.Rebecca Wolff, Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change (IHACC)
“Its spirit is strong”: Shawi spirits, healers and diarrhea in the Peruvian Amazon
134. Maame Esi Woode, INSERM-SESSTIM UMR912
The impact of parental health shocks on medical spending, healthcare utilisation and child labour: the effect of health
insurance
135. Carla Ventura, University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing
Capacity building in nursing: perception of undergraduate students about international exchange programs
136. Carla Ventura, University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing
Global health mentorship strategies
137. D. Marcel ZANNOU, Centre de traitement ambulatoire (CTA) du CNHU Hubert-K-Maga de Cotonou
Evolution du profil général et de la survie des patients traités par antirétroviraux avant et après 2010 à l’hôpital
universitaire de Cotonou, Bénin
Global Health Education and Training / Bâtir une éducation efficace en santé mondiale et programmes de formation
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138. Sabina Abou Malham, Université de Montréal, Université de sherbrooke
Influence du contexte sur l'atteinte des effets d'une intervention visant le renforcement du rôle de la sage-femme au
Maroc
139. Jill Allison, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Things fall apart: Decision making for international training programs in the wake of disaster
140. Lisa Avery, Centre for Global Public Health, University of Manitoba
Improving capacity and effectiveness of frontline workers to improve maternal, newborn and child health: experience
from Kenya
141. *Alison Bruni, McMaster University
A qualitative assessment of trauma team performance at Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation in Guyana
142. Bianca Carducci, The Hospital for Sick Children
Innovative capacity building for health care professionals in public health nutrition
143. Charlene Chu, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto
The use of gerontological clinical guidelines in primary care global health experiences in Latin America and the
Caribbean: An integrative review
144. Cowater International
Strengthening nursing education in Bangladesh through entry-to-practice competency development
145. Arturo Curiel, Universidad de Guadalajara
La salud global y la necesaria educación en el contexto de la salud de los ecosistemas
146. Jacqueline Denison, University of British Columbia- Okanagan Campus
“You are welcome.” Mutually beneficial partnerships: Lessons learned from implementing a global health nursing
practicum in Western Province, Zambia
147. Nancy Descoteaux, McGill University
Investigation of the employment trajectory and work profile of graduates from three rehabilitation technician training
programs in Haiti
148. Nia King, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph
Self-reported morbidity and health service utilization in rural southern India
149. Phillip Sheppard, Global Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Role of rehabilitation in post-earthquake Nepal
150. Molly Whalen-Browne, McMaster University
A review of global health competencies in undergraduate medical training at McMaster University
151. Erika Friebe, University of Calgary
Motivation for the integration of social entrepreneurship in secondary schools to enhance sanitation and hygiene: an
experience from rural Tanzania
152. Charissa Ho, University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
Putting theory into practice: how health professional schools are meeting society's needs
153. Cameron Jones, Okanagan Zambia Health Initiative
Overcoming the barriers inherent in capacity building interventions: a Zambian case study
154. Linda Kaljee, Henry Ford Health System
An integrated training and research collaboration between Université Quisqueya Faculté des Sciences de la Santé and
Henry Ford Health System
155. Maheer Khan, McMaster University
Implementation of a non-physician health worker training curriculum for the assessment and management of
cardiovascular disease
156. Jane Lemaire, University of Calgary
The "adopt-a-region" initiative: a collaborative mentorship approach to developing community-based academic medical
education training centers in Lao PDR
157. Matthew Little, University of Guelph
Employing qualitative methods to investigate social determinants of type 2 diabetes: Lessons from rural Tamil Nadu,
India
158. Alexandra Liu, McMaster University
Integrating Western biomedicine with traditional Indigenous healing practice: a literature review and development of a
framework for culturally safe health care delivery
159. Lisa Merry, McGill University
Predictors of emergency caesarean births to low-risk migrant women from low- and middle-income countries giving birth
in Montreal, Canada
160. Maisam Najafizada, University of Ottawa
Stakeholder’s perspective: Sustainability of a community health worker program in Afghanistan
161.Kristine Newman, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University
Capacity building for global health dementia initiatives: next generation leadership for research and practice
162. *Kevin Ng, University of British Columbia
The sociology of AIDS: social, political, and personal factors and their influence on AIDS research
163. Abtin Parnia, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto and Public Health Ontario
Newcomer women in the greater Toronto area - the case of trans-national metal exposures in a global environment
164. Lena Shah, McGill University
Design of a pragmatic research protocol to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a population-based active tuberculosis (TB)
control program in Lima, Peru : challenges and opportunities
165.Sarah Silverberg, University of Toronto
Empirically evaluating an experiential education experiment aimed at training the next generation of global health
leaders
166. Yassen Tcholakov, McGill University
Creating future leaders: an interprofessional experiential training in advocacy and global health at the World Health
Assembly
167. Robert Williams, Université de Sherbrooke
Le microprogramme de 2e cycle en Santé Internationale à faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé l’Université de
Sherbrooke: une approche innovante
168. Hilary Wren, McGill University, School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition
Subclinical mastitis is associated with impaired infant anthropometric indicators among indigenous Mayan mothers in
the Western Highlands of Guatemala
169. Yae Yoshino, Kitasato University School of Nursing
Developing blended model to strengthen competencies amongst MCH nursing professionals in Mongolia
170. David Zakus, Ryerson University; Dr. Michael Frishkopf, University of Alberta
Music as social technology: building sustainable capacity for global health promotion in northern Ghana
Global Health: Policy, Justice and Equity / Politiques, équité et justice sociale
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171. *Valentina Antonipillai, McMaster University
Impacts of the Interim Federal Health Program on healthcare access and provision for refugee claimants in Canada: A
Stakeholder Analysis
172. *Catherine Arsenault, McGill University
Monitoring social inequalities in immunization coverage across low and middle-income countries
173. Cowater International
Increasing the status of the Government Nursing Directorate in Bangladesh
174. Diana Cuervo-Diaz, DOCTORADO SALUD PUBLICA UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE COLOMBIA
PREVENCIÓN Y MANEJO DE LA DISCAPACIDAD PARA TRABAJAR : UN ANÁLISIS DEL SISTEMA DE RIESGOS LABORALES
COLOMBIANO
175. *
176. Daniel E Henao, Fundación Con Ciencia, Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira
VICTIMS OF THE COLOMBIAN POLITICAL CONFLICT: WHAT ARE THEIR BARRIERS TO ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE?
177. Rosa Elia Huicochea Lozano, Secretaria de Salud del Estado de Guerrero, Mexico
Participación de enfermería en el control de la tb, en el municipio de Acapulco
178.*Annabelle Martin, Université du Québec à Montréal
L'accaparement de terres et le droit à l'alimentation: implications pour la santé des populations en Colombie
179. *Anne-Marie Turcotte-Tremblay, Institut de recherche en santé publique de l'Université de Montréal
Le Régime canadien d'accès aux médicaments doit-il être adapté pour favoriser l’accès aux médicaments dans les pays à
faible et à moyen revenu?
180. Dylan Walters, Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research
Finding Our Bearings for Better Global Health Research in Canada
Innovative Approaches and Technologies in Global Health / Approches innovatrices et technologies en santé mondiale
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181. Lisa Allen-Scott, Alberta Health Services/University of Calgary
‘We are not going anywhere, we have no legs’ - Using a systems thinking approach to build capacity for a soap making
social enterprise in Tanzania
182.Cowater International
An innovative approach for building and sustaining nursing leadership in Bangladesh
183. *Valerie Hongoh, Université de Montréal
Beyond cost-effectiveness analysis - multicriteria decision aid for improved prioritization of infectious disease resources
184.José Enrique Pérez Lu, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
WawaRed-PERU: Reducing health inequities and improving maternal care by improving health information systems? at
different levels through the public health sector
185. *Jacqueline Noga, University of Alberta
Building the capacity to improve water quality through partnerships with the for-profit sector: a case study in Eastern
Tanzania
Human Resources in Health in low income settings / Modèles pour aborder les ressources humaines en santé dans les milieux à
ressources limitées
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186. Obinna Ajuzieogu, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital
MEETING LOCAL NEEDS IN NEONATAL ANESTHESIA TO IMPROVE OUTCOME IN SURGERY
187. Florence Beinempaka, Dalhousie University, IWK Health Centre
Traditional rituals and customs for pregnant women in selected villages in southwest Uganda
188. Ivy Bourgeault, University of Ottawa
Knowledge and effects of the WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel on
health worker migration
189. Yves Bertrand Djouda Feudjio, Ecole de Santé Publique de l'Université de Montréal
Profils de formation, pratiques et compétences des acteurs offrant les soins sages-femmes en zones sanitaires rurales au
Cameroun : Une analyse situationnelle
190.Brenda Dogbey, University of Ottawa
Promising solutions to migration of health professionals: clinical officers in the context of Kenya
191. Hoang Nguyen, Hanoi School of Public Health
Human resource in Health in low income settings: Lessons learnt of global health approach in Vietnam
Virtual posters:
Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring Gregor, University of Calgary
Responsible innovation: an opportunity for the engagement of the global health community at 22nd Annual Canadian Conference
on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November poster
http://www.crds.org/research/faculty/CCGHFinalhannah.pdf
Lisitzka Aryn B and Wolbring Gregor, University of Calgary
Ecohealth meet Global Health at at 22nd Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November
http://www.crds.org/research/faculty/ECOHEALTH%20AND%20GLOBAL%20HEALTH%20POSTER.PRINT.pdf
Call for Papers/Appel de soumissions:
Capacity Building for Global Health : Research and Practice
Renforcement des capacités en santé mondiale: recherche & pratique
The Canadian Journal of Public Health in collaboration with the Canadian Society for International Health
invites manuscripts based on papers or posters presented at the 2015 Canadian Conference on Global Health
for a dedicated special section in the May/June 2016 issue. Up to 12 papers, submitted in English or French,
may be accepted. Manuscripts relevant to global and Canadian audiences from any of the thematic tracks of
CCGH 2015 and from diverse disciplines and perspectives will be considered. Papers linking CCGH 2015
themes to the theme of the November 2016 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (Resilient
and responsive health systems for a changing world) and papers co-authored by researchers and practitioners,
and/or by Canadian and low and middle-income country (LMIC) authors, are particularly welcome.
Outlines of up to 500 words should be submitted by December 3, 2015 to [email protected] with « CCGH 2015
submission » in the subject line and covering letter. Authors of selected outlines will be invited to submit full
papers for peer review.
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