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Public HealthOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepResponsible Official
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Explanation: Intended Month to Work on Activityo
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PillarIntended Time of Completionx
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GoalTime Working on the Activity
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Actions Actual Time of Completion
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Indicators
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Team Management
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Ensure the motivation, involvement and collaboration of the SCOPH IT
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Regular Team Online MeetingsHave a SCOPH IT OLM once a monthxxxxxxxxxxxxSCOPH D
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Stucture the SCOPH IT Online Meetings by developing a basic unified template with evolving contentDevelop a basic template for OLM, Agenda reflective of the work progress regarding the AWP and additional workoxSCOPH D + GA
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Formulate monthly Team Reports (quaterly video updates)Monthly written reports; Quarterly Video Reports shared via the SCOPH ServerooxxxxxxxxxxSCOPH D + GA
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Keep constant communication on SlackHave one chat two weeks minimumxxxxxxxxxxxxSCOPH D
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Team empowerment and Capacity Building
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Individual OLMs with the RAs once every two months (minimum)Hold and OLM with each RA once every two monthsxxxxxxxxSCOPH D
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Individual OLMs with the DA and GA once every once a monthAn OLM with DA and GA every monthxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Discuss with the team about their personal CBOpen Discussion with the SCOPH IT and formulate a template for perpetual CB of the SCOPH ITooox
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Discuss health within work with the IT members and a mental health watchMental Health Report and successive follow up monthlyxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Meeting Preparations
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Prepare Representative, Successful and Output oriented Sessions for meetings
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Work with RA on Regional Meeting Prep from the start of the term with regional priorities including CB workshopsThe Agenda to be representative of the reginal priorities and call for input xxxxxxxxxSCOPH D, SCOPH RA
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RAs to consult the agenda of the Regional Meeting with the NPOs before confirmationInformal Consultation of the Regional Meeting SCOPH from the NPOsxxxxxxxSCOPH RA
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Contribute to delegate preparation as to ensure the most productive meetings possible
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Ensure creation of materials beforehand (either a more in-detail Survival Kit, or a complement to the Survival Kit) to promote to delegates as well as corehensice follow up kit to be used as reference for next meetings-In-detail Survival Kit -From the follow up kit a conclusion/recommendations for the next GAsxxxxxxxxxSCOPH IT
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Offer prep meetings to delegates coming to the General Assembly, as well as communicate with them through Social Media within 5 days of receiving list of participantsA Facebook and whatsapp group for participants of the meetings; a preparatory webinar/RA meetings with regional participantsoxxxxxxxxxSCOPH IT, GA
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SCOPH Exchanges
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Establish and analyse SCOPH Exchanges in collaboration with SCOPE
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Review all the documents (especially the procedures, Regulations, and Logbook) and redefine the main steps of the project and the collaboration between SCOPE and SCOPHThe documents on exchanges in Public Health are reviewed and the collaboration between the two Standing Committees is redefinedxxSCOPH D , SCOPE D
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Create a temporary database on Google Drive with the list of approved projects and exchange reports, together with SCOPHA database for projects and exchange reports is created on Google DriveoooxSCOPH D + SCOPE D
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Implement and evaluate the first test phase of Exchanges in Public Health together with SCOPHThe exchanges are officially launched and evaluated for the first part of season 2018-2019ooooooooooxSCOPH D , SCOPE D
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Write official recommendations for the next SCOPE and SCOPH IT on how to proceed with the projectOfficial recommendations on how to proceed with the project for the following terms are developedxSCOPH D , SCOPE D
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Regional SCOPH Management
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Develop and work on the SCOPH regional priorities in all 5 regions
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NPOs in coordination with the RA to formulate SCOPH Priorities in each region2 PH Topics and 1 Capacity Building Priorities estabished in each regionooxSCOPH D + RAs
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RAs to work on resources and health day celebration of the relevant priority all year aroundA Manual/Toolkit, Webinar, Policy Statement, Resource privision, Campaigns, Health Day Celebration (minimum 2) to be developed by each RA by the end of the termooooooooooxxSCOPH D + SCOPH RA + SCOPH DA
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Intercollaboration on intra and trans regional activitiesAtleast 1 Trans Regional Project between Regions with prioritiesooooooooooxxSCOPH RA
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RAs to formulate guidelines and support NPOs in trans regional projects on a case to case basisConcrete objectives set for each trans regional collaboration in the SCOPHoooooxxxSCOPH RA
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Fundraising and Grants
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Increase financial support for SCOPH Activities, including IT expenses
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Identify and pursue fundraising opportunities for the SCOPH.Secure at least 3 grant/scholorship for SCOPH Members and activitiesxxoooxoooxoxSCOPH GA
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Information, Archives and Resources
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Every SCOPH member has improved access to information, facilitated contact with other members
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Develop an information platform which contains contact
information of reference SCOPH members.
20 contacts present in the platform
20 networking connections made within 6 months of the establishment of the platform and a minimum of 10% of contacts from each Region
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Develop an information platform which contains information
about SCOPH activities, their impact, and reference members.
25 activities added to the platform,20 contacts established with activity coordinators within 6 months of the establishment of the platform, A minimum of 10% of activities from each RegionooxxxSCOPH GA + VPPRC
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SCOPH regional prioritises' related content to be reviewed for quality, duly improved and standardize engaging
expert advice if needed
Mutually consented SCOPH content on atleast 3 PH issues from the regional priorities oooooooooooSCOPH D + DA
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Capacity Building
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Effectively increase Capacity of SCOPHeros world wide
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Ensure all SCOPH Members have long lasting Activity Management support on the national levelRAs and PCs provide prepetual support to SCOPH members in activity managmentooxxxxxxxxxxxRA + PCs
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Train at least one member/NMO in basic and advanced Activity through online corse
Planning.
One member of each organisation trained in basic anadvanced Activity PlanningoooooxxxSCOPH D
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Propose a Public Health Leadership training at every GA as well as Regional Meeting.Proposals sent for each Pre-Regional MeetingoooxoxoxSCOPH D
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Organize one Public Health Sub Regional Training at least in each Region (preferably a PHLT)A quality PHLT in each Region ooooooooooxxSCOPH D + RA
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Public Health in Medical Curriculum
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SCOPH has a preferred Public Health curriculum and its teaching methodology
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Create a strategy and a calendar with SCOME-D, to approach "Public Health in Medical Curriculum" working plan.Have a work calendar and task distribution for both SCOME and SCOPH related members.oSCOME D and SCOPH D
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Deliver a "Public Health in Medical Curriculum" Session at RMs.Have 1 Session of the topic during SCOME Sessions in at least 3 RMs. Have a standarized session methodology, to be able to collect input from the different meetings.ooxSCOME D and SCOPH D
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Send a call for SWG and select the members of the group. Set the timeline of work and the tasks distribution.Send the call to the SCOME Server, make the selection process and have at least one OLM.oxSCOME D and SCOPH D
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Gain insight into Public Health curricula worldwide, focusing on a deeper understanding of a successful curriculum oriented towards population needs.Data collected from NMOs from the 5 regions.oox
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Formulate preferences about ideal Public Health curriculaA proposed Medical Curriculaoooox
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The SCOPH has a preferred internal peer-to-peer Public Health curriculumSuggestive Curriculum for SCOPHmembers in PH in MEooox
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Create a "Public Health in Medical Schools Curriculum" Toolkit based on the inputs from RMs, NOMEs and the IT. Including and advocacy plan targetting medical schoolsHave all the material complete and review by both SCOME and SCOPH IT teams.oooxooooxSCOME D and SCOPH D
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Review the material and work with the LPH, to find suitable externals to endorse and review the manual. Set a group of reviewers, including memebers of both ITs. Find and reach a suitable external for the manual topic. ooxSCOME D / SCOPH D / LPH
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Communication
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Enhance Involvement of SCOPHmembers via effective communication
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Create a Social Media plan for the major platforms (Facebook,
SCOPH Server)
A strategic coherent Social Media PlanoxSCOPH D. GA
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Make slack/facebok group for all NPOsAn active and relevant Slack or Whatsapp for NPOsooxSCOPH D
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SCOPH D to attend atleast 1-2 OLMs of each RA(s) with the regional NPOsAttendance of SCOPH D in atleast one NPO-RA meetingoooooooooooSCOPH D
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External Representation
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1. Accompish the goals in the Noncommunicable Diseases area of the Global External Focus Areas
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1.1 IFMSA taking the leas on the NCD and Youth discussion leading up to the UN High-level meeting 2018
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Attend WHO Global Conference on NCDs, provide feedback on the outcome document and ensure IFMSA representation at the multistakeholder Luncheon: The next decade for the Next GenerationAt least two of our recommandations are incorporated in the text of the outcome documentxLPH
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Ensure IFMSAs' presence in the (pre-youth) NCD Alliance Forum and take the lead in discussionsWe have used the Budva Youth declaration as a guide and have explored all stakeholders present to the degree of which a collaboration would be feasableooxLPH
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Explore official collaboration with NCD Allliance, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network and/or other organisations and strengthened membership of the NCD GlobalCooridnationMechanism of the WHOHave at least one offical collaboration at the end of the termoooooooooxLPH
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Prepare for and attend the UN High-Level Meeting on NCDsHave a strategy regarding our precence and desired outcomes of the meeting based on all engagements and meeting prior and input from NMOs together with other stakeholders and act accordinglyoooooxLPH
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1.2 To ensure alignment of work between IFMSA internal and external efforts
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Collect and analyse data from NCD programs and use it in external meetingsThe data of our NCD program was used in at least two of our statements at relevant external meetingsoooxxxxxLPH
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Support NMOs in using the Budva Youth Declaration in local and national advocacy by creating an easy advocacy sheetAt least 5 NMOs have used the Budva Youth Declaration ooxLPH
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Create an impact report of the Budva Youth Declaration to present to the NMOsThere is a report at the end of the termoxLPH
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Have NCDs as a theme of PHLTsAt least 2 PHLTs in different regions had NCDs as themeooooooooooooLPH/SCOPH-D
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1.3 IFMSA to advocate for stronger action in Tobacco Control
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Prepare for the upcoming World Conference on Tobacco or Health 2018 (youth pre conference, scientific committee proposals) with the support of the Program CoordinatorWe have a strategy for the conference, have one program contribution, at least a statement prepared and have given input to the scientific committee proposaloooooxLPH
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Prepare for the FTCT COP October 2018A delegation is prepared, we have a strategy for the meeting, a statement addressing the role of youth is prepared and opportunities for IFMSA to engage are identifiedooxLPH
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1.4 IFMSA to be recognized as stakeholder in Mental Health and create exposure ans support for our Mental Health Program
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Continue the contact with WFMH to see if a collaboration could be beneficialTo have our mental health program recognized externally and supported by an external organization ooxLPH
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Identify other stakeholders whom could affirm our Program and built contact with themoooxLPH
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1.5 IFMSA to take part in the the advocacy for responsible, evidence-based, public health policies and interventions to allievate the obsogenic environment
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To have statements in relation to annex 3 at key external events: WHA, WHO Regional Committees and NCD dialogues We addressed the need to change the obsogenic environment at at least 2 relevant external meetingsxxxxxLPH
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2. Accompish the goals in the Climate Change and Health area of the Global External Focus Areas
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2.1 IFMSA to eefectively advocate for countries to mention health in their NDCs and health sector adaptation measures in their NAPs
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Perform an analysis of the current NDCs on the mention of health, building on the analyses done before COP21At the COP23 at least 50 NDCs are analysed and all NDCs are included in the analyses at the end of the year, with an overall outcome documentoxoooxLPH
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Arrange meetings with country delegates based on the finding of the NDC-analysisWe have met with at least 10 country representatives at the end of the termoxoxLPH
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2.2. IFMSA to be recognized as leading on youth and health action within youth groups and organisations
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Continue an active and effective Health Working Group within YOUNGOThe Health Working Group has at least 5 active members besides IFMSA and has an activity during each UNFCCC meetingoxooxooLPH
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Have a Climate Change and Health workshop in the COY13At least 25 people participate in the workshopoxLPH
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Engage local IFMSA-members in the organisation of the COY14Members from IFMSA are engaged in the Organising Committee of the COY14ooxLPH
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Organise a health and youth focused Climate Classroom during COP23 in collaboration with WHO and UNITARIt is attended by at least 15, with representation from country delegatesoxLPH
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