Conference Agenda

by Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP), Thailand

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024 ( Day 1 )
Time Activities
8:00 - 9:00 Registration
9:00 - 9:30 Welcome speeches
9:30 - 10:45 Plenary 1: From Data to Action: Leveraging AI and RWE for Informed Priority Setting
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 12:15 Parallel Session 1
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Organized Session 1
Organized Session 2
Organized Session 3
Organized Session 4
Organized Session 5
Organized Session 6
12:15 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 14:15 Plenary 2: Accelerating Priority Setting: Harnessing Early HTA
14:15 – 14:30 Refreshment break
14:30 – 15:30 Parallel Session 2
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Organized Session 7
Organized Session 8
Organized Session 9
Organized Session 10
Organized Session 11
Organized Session 12
15:30 - 16:15 Coffee Break and Poster Walk Session
16:15 - 17:30 Parallel Session 3
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Oral Session 1
Oral Session 2
Oral Session 3
Oral Session 4
Oral Session 5
Oral Session 6
End of Day 1
THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024 ( Day 2 )
Time Activities
8:00 - 9:00 Registration
9:00 - 10:15 Plenary 3: Ethics at the Heart of Health Priority Setting: Striking the Balance between Efficiency and Equity
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee break
10:45 - 11:45 Parallel Session 4
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Oral Session 7
Oral Session 8
Oral Session 9
Oral Session 10
Oral Session 11
Oral Session 12
11:45 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 14:15 Plenary 4: Greening Our Health: Prioritising Environmental Sustainability
14:15 - 14:30 Refreshment break
14:30 - 15:45 Parallel Session 5
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Organized Session 19
Organized Session 14
Organized Session 15
Organized Session 16
Organized Session 17
Organized Session 18
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 - 17:30 Parallel Session 6
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Oral Session 13
Oral Session 14
Oral Session 15
Organized Session 13
Oral Session 16
Oral Session 17
18:00 - 19:30 Networking Event
End of Day 2
FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024 ( Day 3 )
Time Activities
8:00 - 9:00 Registration
09:00 - 10:15 Parallel Session 7
Room 1 (Ballroom A)
Room 2 (Ballroom B)
Room 3 (Ballroom C)
Room 4 (Thonburi)
Room 5 (Lotus)
Room 6 (Orchid)
Organized Session 20
Organized Session 21
Organized Session 22
Organized Session 23
Organized Session 24
Organized Session 25
10:15 – 10:30 Coffee break
10:30 - 11:45 Plenary 5: Navigating the Healthcare Maze: Multi-Determinants and Crisis Prioritisation
11:45 - 12:30 Closing, awards for best oral and poster presentations
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
End of Day 3 and ISPH conference
13:30 - 15:00 A meeting for ISPH members
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Plenary 1
From Data to Action: Leveraging AI and RWE for Informed Priority Setting

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
9:00 - 9:30 AM

No presente workshop pretende-se sensibilizar os participantes para a importância da liderança do setor da saúde nos processos de sustentabiliade ambiental, contribuindo para um mundo e uma população mais saudáveis. Formadores com vasta experiência apresentarão estratégias adotadas em hospitais de diferentes países para promover a sua sustentabilidade e resiliência,enquanto produzem locais de trabalho mais eficietes.

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Dr. Jasmine Pwu

Fu-Jen Catholic University

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Prof. Jeffrey Hoch

University of California, Davis

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Asst. Prof. Wenjia Chen

National University of Singapore

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Dr. Sameer Pujari

Vice chair, WHO and ITU Focus group on A14 Health

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Assoc. Prof. Wanrudee Isaranuwatchai, PhD

Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program

Organized session 1

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Room: Ballroom A

Title: P003 – Advancing Social Participation and Deliberation in HTA Appraisal Processes

Organizers:
Alexandre Lemgruber
Andrew Mirelman, Kira Koch
Rob Baltussen
Luciene Bonan
Shankar Prinja

Organized session 2

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Room: Ballroom B

Title: P037 – Severity – Evidence and Application

Organizers: 
Mathias Barra
Lars  Sandman
David Whitehurst
Sindre A. Horn

Organized session 3

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Organized session 4

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Room: Thonburi

Title: P042 – To CET or Not to CET: That is the Question

Organizers: 
Alec Morton
Yot Teerawattananon
Hwee Lin Wee
Gavin Surgey
Justice Nonvignon
Wija Oortwijn
Jeffrey Hoch
Wanrudee Isaranuwatchai

Organized session 5

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Room: Lotus

Title: P024 – Navigating the Health Technology Assessment Guideline Development

Organizers:
Manit Sittimart
Siobhan Botwright
Nouran Eldesouky
Ahmed Saied Hammad
Gavin Surgey
Jasmine Pwu

Organized session 6

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Room: Orchid

Title: P041 – The Ethics of Health Research Priority Setting: New Guidance from the World Health Organization

Organizers:
Joseph Millum
Katherine Littler
Phaik Yeong Cheah
Teck Chuan Voo
Lydia Kapiriri

Plenary 2
Accelerating Priority Setting: Harnessing Early HTA

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
13:00 - 14:15 PM

No presente workshop pretende-se sensibilizar os participantes para a importância da liderança do setor da saúde nos processos de sustentabiliade ambiental, contribuindo para um mundo e uma população mais saudáveis. Formadores com vasta experiência apresentarão estratégias adotadas em hospitais de diferentes países para promover a sua sustentabilidade e resiliência,enquanto produzem locais de trabalho mais eficietes.

Dr Wang Yi
Dr. Wang Yi

Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore

Dr Maneerat Ekkapongpisit
Dr. Maneerat Ekkapongpisit

Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit

Dr. Maarten Ijzerman
Prof. Maarten Ijzerman

Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management, Netherlands

Dr Raymond Hutubessy
Dr. Raymond Hutubessy

Team lead of VoV and modelling team in WHO

Professor Paula Lorgelly
Prof. Paula Lorgelly

University of Auckland

Organized session 7

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:30 PM

Room: Ballroom A

Title: P013 – Equity in HTA (Part 1): Country Case Studies on Advancing the Building Blocks to Conduct a Distributional Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Organizers: 
Sitanshu Sekhar Kar
Kyoko Shimamoto
Xiaoning He
Gunjeet Kaur
Sarin KC
Chittawan Poonsiri
Ryota Nakamura
Natalie Carvalho

Organized session 8

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:30 PM

Room: Ballroom B

Title: P009 – Countries’ Experiences on the Impact of Conflicts on Health Priority Setting

Organizers:
Mohamed Jama
Haniye Sadat Sajadi
Pitiphon Promduangsi
Mohammad Musa
Elham Ehsani
Reza Majdzadeh

Organized session 9

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:30 PM

Room: Ballroom C

Title: P029 – Prioritising Precision Medicine in Asia

Organizers:
Hwee Lin Wee
Yot Teerawattananon
Asrul Akmal Shafie
Jeonghoon Ahn
Yue Xiao

Organized session 10

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:30 PM

Room: Thonburi

Title: P027 – Organising the Appraisal Phase in Health Benefit Package Design What is the Role Of MCDA?

Organizers:
Rob Baltussen
James Humuza
Mojtaba Nouhi
Brian Asare
Tessa Edejer

Organized session 11

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:30 PM

Room: Lotus

Title: P045 – Sustainably Encouraging Pharmaceutical Innovation in Thailand

Organizers:
Jessica Ochalek
Francis Panlilio

Organized Session 12

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:30 PM

Room: Orchid

Title: P006 – Building Institutions for Priority Setting in Health

Organizers:
Victoria Fan
Yashika Chugh
Janine Jugathpal
Ursula Giedion
Jasmine Pwu
Juhwan Oh
Rahab Mbau
Saudamini Dabak
Justice Nonvignon

Oral session 1

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Ballroom A

• A194 Using Time Driven Activity Based Costing for Defining and Integrating Essential Non-Communicable Disease Interventions
Presenter: Prajita Mali


• A047 Delivering Cancer Interventions in Nepal: Cost-Effectiveness and Equity Impact Analyses
Presenter: Pratik Khanal


• A053 Development of a Web-Based Research Impact Evaluation Platform for Translational Research
Presenter: Maneerat Ekkapongpisit


• A093 Factors Influencing Institutionalization of Health Technology Assessment in Kenya
Presenter: Rahab Mbau

Oral session 2

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Ballroom B

• A050 Developing Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Organizational Development Canvas as Guide for Institutionalization
Presenter: Ryan Rachmad Nugraha


• A180 The Scope of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Health Planning and Preparedness in Disaster-Prone Countries Like Nepal
Presenter: Sagun Paudel


• A157 Quality of Life Among Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis in Zanzibar
Presenter: Sanaa Said


• A016 Applying Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis in Prioritization of TB Diagnostics: Lessons from Capacity Building Exercise
Presenter: Rozar Prawiranegara

Oral session 3

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Ballroom C

• A165 Sensitivity Analysis of the Revised Prioritization Criteria for Health Technology Assessments in the Philippines
Presenter: Sarah May Obmaña


• A155 Promoting Equitable Vaccine Access: Prioritizing Meaningful Engagement with CSOs and Communities in Indonesia
Presenter: Sayyid Muhammad Jundullah


• A166 Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Guided Neck Dissection Versus Elective Neck Dissection in the Management of Early-Stage Oral Cavity Cancer: A Cost-Utility Analysis
Presenter: Shweta Sharda


• A066 Eliciting Aversion to Inequality in Health in a Representative Sample of the Norwegian Population
Presenter: Sindre August Horn

Oral session 4

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Thonburi

• A019 Are Decision Rules for Priority-Setting Actually Used? A Qualitative Analysis of the Cost-Effectiveness Threshold in Thailand
Presenter: Siobhan Botwright


• A018 Are Ashas Cost-Effective in Increasing the Uptake of Institutional Deliveries for Expectant Mothers in India?
Presenter: Sujata Mishra


• A114 Implications for Policy and Practice of Healthcare Seeking Journeys in Rural India
Presenter: Sumit Kane


• A025 Assessing the Viability of Evidence Generation and Uptake in Health Decision-Making in Lao PDR
Presenter: Sysavanh Phommachanh

Oral session 5

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Lotus

• A163 Saving Lives and Preventing Poverty with Kangaroo Mother Care for Low Birthweight Newborns in India: An Extended Cost Effectiveness Analysis
Presenter: Tarun Shankar Choudhary


• A201 From Principle to Practice: Using Precautionary Principle to Tackle Plastic Pollution and Its Health Implications
Presenter: Nujpanit Narkpitaks


• A169 Sub-Saharan Africas Priority Setting Landscape for Health Technologies Selected as Primary-Level Essential Medicines and Diagnostic Tests
Presenter: Trudy Leong


• A044 Cost-Utility Analysis of Sutureless and Rapid Deployment Versus Conventional Aortic Valve Replacement in Patients with Moderate to Severe Aortic Stenosis in Thailand
Presenter: Unchalee Permsuwan

Oral session 6

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Orchid

• A134 Navigating Public Policy Responses to a Pandemic: The Balancing Act Between Physical Health, Mental Health, and Household Income
Presenter: Eric Andrew Finkelstein


• A116 Indoor Air Pollution of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Hospitals, Thailand: Review of Current Practices, Challenges, and Recommendations
Presenter: Wissawa Malakan


• A172 Thailand’s Telemedicine in Action: Learning from Health Provider Experience
Presenter: Vilawan Luankongsomchit


• A048 Determining the Willingness-To-Pay Based Threshold to Aid Health Technology Assessment in India
Presenter: Yashika Chugh

Plenary 3
Ethics at the Heart of Health Priority Setting: Striking the Balance between Efficacy and Equity

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
9:00 - 10:15 AM

No presente workshop pretende-se sensibilizar os participantes para a importância da liderança do setor da saúde nos processos de sustentabiliade ambiental, contribuindo para um mundo e uma população mais saudáveis. Formadores com vasta experiência apresentarão estratégias adotadas em hospitais de diferentes países para promover a sua sustentabilidade e resiliência,enquanto produzem locais de trabalho mais eficietes.

Ole Frithjof Norheim
Ole Frithjof Norheim

University of Bergen

Dr Sitanshu Sekhar Kar
Dr. Sitanshu Sekhar Kar

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research

Dr Phusit Prakongsai
Dr. Phusit Prakongsai

Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University

Dr Mayfong Mayxay
Dr. Mayfong Mayxay

Lao-Oxford-Mahosot Hospital-Wellcome Trust Resarch Unit

Beverly Essue
Beverley Essue

University of Toronto

Oral session 7

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
10:45 - 11:45 AM

Room: Ballroom A

• A137 Optimizing Screening of Diabetic Retinopathy at Ayushman Bharat-Health and Wellness Centres in India: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Presenter: Neha Purohit


• A081 Evaluating Tools for Identifying Pregnant Women at Risk of Delivering Growth Restricted Babies Analysis from a Prospective Cohort Study in India
Presenter: Nikhil Sharma


• A073 Enhancing Health Priorities in Zanzibar: Analysis of 302 Healthcare Interventions for Cost Effectiveness, Equity, Budget Impact and Disease Burden Averted in the Essential Healthcare Package
Presenter: Omar Mwalim


• A024 Assessing the Reproducibility of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Supported Tools Used in the Screening Phase of Systematic Reviews: A Combined Systematic Review and Qualitative Assessment
Presenter: Parthibane Sivanantham

Oral session 8

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
10:45 - 11:45 AM

Room: Ballroom B

• A087 Exploring Health Inequality Aversion Among Thai Policymakers and General Publics Through Health Inequality Aversion Survey
Presenter: Picharee Karunayawong


• A189 Use of District Health Information System (DHIS2) as Integrated Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Platform in Resource-Poor Settings: An Exploratory Pre-Implementation Assessment of the One Health Stakeholders Viewpoints in Ethiopia
Presenter: Muhammad Asaduzzaman


• A057 Development of the Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for the Health Technology Assessment Topic Selection
Presenter: Mutia A. Sayekti


• A135 Nurses Priority-Setting: A Struggle on Different Fronts. A Qualitative Interview Study Exploring Nursing-Home Nurses Experiences of Prioritizations for Older Residents Health and Wellbeing During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Presenter: My Eklund Saksberg

Oral session 9

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
10:45 - 11:45 AM

Room: Ballroom C

• A192 Using Real-World Data and Evidence for Health Technology Assessment in Asia: Framework and Findings from Scoping Review
Presenter: Ryan Rachmad Nugraha


• A077 Establishing National Hospital Costing Systems: Learnings from the Indian Experience
Presenter: Yashika Chugh


• A069 Ending Preventable Maternal Deaths: Three Priorities for Maternal Health in Malawi
Presenter: Mtisunge Joshua Gondwe


• A011 Advancing Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Collaboration in Asia
Presenter: Christian Suharlim

Oral session 10

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
10:45 - 11:45 AM

Room: Thonburi

• A075 Equity-Centered Analysis of Australians Pharmaceutical Benefit Advisory Committee (PBAC) Vaccine Funding Recommendations: A Critical Review of Public Summary Documents
Presenter: Marie-Anne Boujaoude


• A076 Essential Emergency and Critical Care to Enhance Public Health Emergency Response: A Cost-Effectiveness Study from Ethiopia
Presenter: Marta Minwyelet Terefe


• A191 Using Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) to Enhance Deliberative Processes of Indonesias HTA Appraisal

Presenter: Miftahussaadah Miftahussaadah


• A154 Priority Setting of Vaccine Introduction in Bangladesh Using Multi Criteria Decision Analysis
Presenter: Mohammad Sabbir Haider

Oral session 11

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
10:45 - 11:45 AM

Room: Lotus

• A020 Artificial Intelligence in the Early Detection of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Presenter: Lyazzat Kosherbayeva


• A055 Development of Decision Framework for the Assessment of Covid-19 Health Technologies
Presenter: Lyka Rica Salazar


• A132 National Immunization Programme Decision-Making Using the Capacity Decision-Support Tool: User Feedback from Indonesia and Ethiopia
Presenter: Maarten Jansen


• A108 Impact of Covid-19 on National Tuberculosis Control Services in Bangladesh: Findings from Patients and Service Providers Perspectives
Presenter: Mahy Md. Murtayes Jubayer

Oral session 12

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
10:45 - 11:45 AM

Room: Orchid

• A136 Optimal Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Strategies in the Context of Vaccine Supply Constraints in 100 Countries
Presenter: Kiesha Prem


• A121 Is Nepal on Track in Its Path Towards UHC 2030? Evaluating the Current Essential Health Care Package with Vision 2030
Presenter: Krishna Kumar Aryal


• A061 Do Moral Views Change During a National Crisis? A Pre-Registered Experiment
Presenter: Liam Strand


• A094 Feasibility and Acceptability of Health Technology Assessment in Malawi
Presenter: Lucky G Ngwira

Plenary 4
Greening Our Health Prioritizing Environmental Sustainability

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
13:00 - 14:15 PM

No presente workshop pretende-se sensibilizar os participantes para a importância da liderança do setor da saúde nos processos de sustentabiliade ambiental, contribuindo para um mundo e uma população mais saudáveis. Formadores com vasta experiência apresentarão estratégias adotadas em hospitais de diferentes países para promover a sua sustentabilidade e resiliência,enquanto produzem locais de trabalho mais eficietes.

Dr Sarawut Thepanondh
Dr. Sarawut Thepanondh

Mahidol University

Prof Nick Watts
Prof. Nick Watts

Centre for Sustainable Medicine, National University of Singapore

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Mr. Ramon San Pascual​

Executive Director, Health Care Without Harm - Asia

Dr Renzo Guinto
Dr. Renzo Guinto

St. Luke’s Medical Center College of Medicine

Organized session 19

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:45 PM

Organized session 14

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:45 PM

Room: Ballroom B

Title: P046 – Topic Selection for HTA: An Overlooked Step in Priority Setting in LMIC?

Organizers:
Elizabeth Peacocke
Lieke Heupink
Lumbwe Chola
Roza Binti Saimin
Mouna Jameleddine
Tessa Edejer
Obinna Onwujekwe
Justice Nonvignon
Katrine Fronsdal

Organized session 15

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:45 PM

Room: Ballroom C

Title: P010 – Disease Control Priorities, 4th Edition: Fair Distribution and Financial Risk Protection

Organizers:
Mizan Kiros
Marta Minwyelet
Stéphane Verguet
Josephine Gakii Gatua
Ijeoma Edoka

Organized session 16

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:45 PM

Room: Thonburi

Title: P023 – Institutionalizing Health Benefit Package Design: Bringing Together Concepts and Tools

Organizers:
Karin Stenberg
Altea Sitruk
Andrew Mirelman
Ermias Dessie
Lusiana Siti Masytoh

Organized session 17

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:45 PM

Room: Lotus

Title: P025 – Operationalizing the Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for Priority Setting in Low and Low-Middle-Income Countries

Organizers:
Reza Majdzadeh
Rob Baltussen
Solomon Memirie
Majtaba Nouhi
Maryam Huda

Organized session 18

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
14:30 - 15:45 PM

Oral session 13

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Ballroom A

• A015 Application of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis and Deliberative Processes to Health Care Priority Setting in Low- And-Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review of Literature
Presenter: Godwin Gulbi

• A078 Establishing Priority Setting for the Assessment of Long-Term Care Insurance Service Items in China
Presenter: Guanqiao Li

• A070 Engagement of Vulnerable Ethnic Communities (VECS) in Health Research Activities: Views from Datooga, Maasai and Hadzabe from Arusha and Manyara Regions in Developing Guideline, in Tanzania
Presenter: Emmanuel Makundi

• A106 Identification and Implications of Drug Policies for Financial Sustainable Health Care: An Australian Case Study
Presenter: Hansoo Kim

• A200 Equitable chances as a new paradigm in rationing scarce resources under Crisis Standards of Care
Presenter: Harald Schmidt

Oral session 14

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Ballroom B

• A082 Evidence Based TB Planning in Resource Limited Countries: Experience on Intervention Prioritization Processes in Ethiopia and Namibia
Presenter: Demelash Abebe


• A080 Evaluating Efficiency and Equity of Prevention and Control Strategies of Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease in India: An Extended Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Presenter: Jyoti Dixit

Oral session 15

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Ballroom C

• A111 Impact of Pandemic on Budgetary Allocation for Health Projects: A Study of Local Bodies of Kerala, India
Presenter: Chintha Sujatha


• A098 Health Technology Assessment for Medical Devices: A Cross-Country Study of Methodological Approaches
Presenter: Christian Suharlim


• A017 Applying the Equity Lens to a Prospective Hospital Based Cohort of Pregnant Women in a Low-Middle Income Setting
Presenter: Deepika Rathna Murugesan


• A153 Priority Setting and Technological Advances in Medicine: Fair Improvements for All?
Presenter: Bjoern Schmitz-Luhn

organized session 13

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Thonburi

Title: P030 – Prioritizing Cancer Services in Low- And Middle-Income Settings: Challenges and Lessons Learned from Benefits Package Design in Rwanda

Organizers:
Anna Vassall
Rob Baltussen
Stella Umuhoza
Andres Madriz-Montero
Cassandra Nemzoff
Regis Hitmana
James Humuza

Oral session 16

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Lotus

• A130 Model Calibration to Harness Real-World Evidence in a Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Adjuvant Trastuzumab in Indonesia
Presenter: Rizki Mahardya


• A032 Burden of Disease and the Need for Health Financing Reforms in Nepal
Presenter: Achyut Raj Pandey


• A187 Understanding the Extent of Economic Evidence Usage for Informing Policy Decisions in The Context of Indias National Health Insurance Scheme Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana (Pm-Jay)
Presenter: Deepshikha Sharma

Oral session 17

THURSDAY 9 MAY 2024
16:15 - 17:30 PM

Room: Orchid

• A037 Clinical Rationing of Orphan Drugs: Implementation of CFTR-Modulators Against Cystic Fibrosis in Norway
Presenter: Audun Brendbekken

• A144 Planning with A Gender Lens: A Gender
Analysis of Pandemic Preparedness Plans from Eight Countries in Africa
Presenter: Beverley Essue

• A046 Critical Review on Health Insurance Program in Nepal
Presenter: Sabina Marasini

Organized session 20

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
09:00 - 10:15 AM

Room: Ballroom A

Title: P044 – What’s the Risk of Making the Wrong Decision? Exploring Existing Methods to Inform Health Benefits Packages

Organizers:
Regis Hitimana,
Cassandra Nemzoff,
Rob Baltussen,
Jessica Ochalek,
Siobhan Botwright,
Anna Vassall,
Mark Jit

Organized session 21

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
09:00 - 10:15 AM

Room: Ballroom B

Title: P034 – Set Priority and Design Target Product Profiles for Medical Innovation Development

Organizers:
Yi Wang,
Teerawat Wiwatpanit

Organized session 22

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
09:00 - 10:15 AM

Room: Ballroom C

Title: P022 – Instituting or Refining Deliberation in HTA: Can We Live Up to Expectations?

Organizers:
Rob Baltussen,
Wija Oortwijn,
Wanrudee Isaranuwatchai,
Michael DiStefano,
Marita Tolentino-Reyes

Organized session 23

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
09:00 - 10:15 AM

Organized session 24

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
09:00 - 10:15 AM

Room: Lotus

Title: P018 – Health Technology Assessment in Times of Crisis: What Do We Know Today and What Do We Need to Know for the Future?

Organizers:
Tessa Edejer,
Adrian Gheorghe,
Altea Sitruk,
Andrew Mirelman,
Raymond Hutubessy,
Oresta Piniazhko

Organized session 25

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
09:00 - 10:15 AM

Room: Orchid

Title: P039 – Strengthening Strategic Health Purchasing in Southeast Asia: An Overview of Regional Practices, Challenges and Capacity-Building Needs

Organizers:
Jeremy LIM,
Kiesha Prem,
Yot Teerawattanon,
Capucine Barcellona

Plenary 5
Navigating the Healthcare Maze: Multi-Determinants and Crisis Prioritization

FRIDAY 10 MAY 2024
10:30 - 11:45 AM

No presente workshop pretende-se sensibilizar os participantes para a importância da liderança do setor da saúde nos processos de sustentabiliade ambiental, contribuindo para um mundo e uma população mais saudáveis. Formadores com vasta experiência apresentarão estratégias adotadas em hospitais de diferentes países para promover a sua sustentabilidade e resiliência,enquanto produzem locais de trabalho mais eficietes.

Dr Valerie A Luyckx
Dr. Valerie A Luyckx

University of Zurich

Dr Wahid Majrooh
Dr. Wahid Majrooh

Afghanistan Center for Health and Peace Studies

Dr Wee Hwee Lin
Dr. Wee Hwee Lin

Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore