iHEA Basel pre-Congress, Immunization Economics
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Saturday, July 13th, 2019Sunday, July 14th, 2019
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Registration and Coffee / BreakfastRegistration and Coffee / Breakfast
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Opening and framing: Dr. Stephen ReschOpening day 2: Dr. Stephen Resch
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9:00Immunization Costing: where are we now? - Nicolas Menzies (Harvard)Section #1:
New costing exercises: findings and lessons learned
9:00Country and stakeholder engagement in data work and interpretation
Panelists: Annette Ozaltin* (Thinkwell), Maryam Huda (Aga Khan University),
Arthorn Riewpaiboon (Mahidol University), Anthony Ssebagereka (Makerere University)
Discussant: Gatien de Broucker (JHSPH)
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Beyond the data - stakeholder engagement from local decision makers to global academics
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Research findings on immunization delivery costs from Vietnam, Tanzania, and Indonesia
Annette Ozaltin (Thinkwell), Hoang Van Minh (Hanoi University of Public Health),
Fatuma Manzi (Ifakara Health Institute), Amila Megraini (Universitas Indonesia)
Discussant: Vittal Mogasale (International Vaccine Institute)
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Improving the availability of immunization economics data for further use
Panelist: Kelsey Vaughan* (Thinkwell), Inge van der Putten (Maastricht),
Allison Portnoy (Harvard), Bryan Patenaude (JHSPH)
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10:00Scaling up immunization programs: lessons from Intensified Mission Indradhanush, India
Susmita Chatterjee (The George Institute for Global Health, India), Emma Clarke (Harvard)
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10:30Coffee Break10:30Coffee Break
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Community resource: costing methodology, practical guidance
Stephen Resch (Harvard), Laura Boonstoppel (Thinkwell), Ann Levin (Independent Consultant)
Discussant: Sarah Pallas (CDC)
Section #2:
Hot topics - Advances in Immunization economics methodology
Making decisions with available data (Global & Donor perspective - a focus on financing)
Panelists: Logan Brenzel* (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation), Raymond Hutubessy (WHO),
Tommy Wilkinson (iDSI), Jhoney Barcarolo (GAVI), Gloria Ikilezi (IHME)
Section #5:
Future directions - the need of economic and financing evidence to support policymakers
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11:30The broader societal and economical impact of vaccination: framework, methodology, and quantification
David Bloom, JP Sevilla, Maddalena Ferranna (Harvard)
11:30Using Data to Support Increased Budgets for Immunization in Georgia
Panelists: Grace Chee* (Results for Development / Learning Network for Countries in Transition), Vladimer Getia (Head of State Programs Dept, NCDC Georgia), Natia Gulua (Acting Head of Budget Dept, MoF Georgia)
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Group photo
Lunch + Poster viewing
Lunch + Poster viewing
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Refresher Workshop: Economic Analysis for Immunization Programs
Bill Padula, Shreena Malaviya (JHSPH)
Interactive demonstration: Use and interpretation of Immunization Costing research
Kelsey Vaughan, Annette Ozaltin (Thinkwell)

User perspective: lessons learned working with the Immunization Delivery Cost Catalogue
Frederic Debellut (PATH)
Session #3:
Concurrent refresher course and capacity building sessions
Joint vaccine training programme: lessons from Asia and WHO
Panelists: Mark Jit* (LSHTM), Teo Ying Yik (NUS, Singapore), Raymond Hutubessy (WHO)
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Beyond ad-hoc project - a platform for reference, information exchange and capacity building
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14:0014:00Building a sustainable platform for capacity building in immunization economics
David Bishai, Bill Padula (JHSPH)
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Coffee BreakCoffee Break
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15:00Refresher Workshop: Assessing productivity loss associated with immunization
Libby Watts, Gatien de Broucker (JHSPH)
Interactive demonstration: Hands-on workshop on using the sampling optimizer
Stephen Resch (Harvard)
15:00Innovative solutions to exchange information on Immunization Economics: nurturing an effective forum
Panelists: Christian Suharlim* (immunizationeconomics.org), Grace Chee (LNCT)
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Group activity, summary, and reflection: Logan Brenzel
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16:30Day 1 wrap-up and announcements16:30Closing
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6-8 pm HORS D'OEUVRES, MUSIC, & SOCIAL
Location: The historic jewel of 1730 Faesch-Haus and Private Rose Garden,
across University Hospital (Spitalstrasse 21, 4031 Basel, Switzerland)
Catered by Les Trois Rois, Coat and bag check available at the venue
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