IAAH Congress 2021 PROGRAM


IAAH Congress 2021 PROGRAM

IAAH Congress 2021


  Thursday, November 18TH.  
    Youth track sessions      8:00 am – 11:00 am           9:00 am – 10:30 pm    Opening session – IAAH Youth Track Co-Moderators: Mychelle Farmer and Harish Pemde Youth partii        Youth participation and life-skills training Dr. Swati Bhave, AACCI India and tbn, CLAS   Session 2 – IAAH Youth Track Orientation and overview of the congress
Mychelle Farmer and Harish Pemde
  Workshop Session 1    9:00 am – 11:00 am      1. It’s Amazing: Countering gender-based norms through short, animated films for very young adolescents. #64 2.  Hobbies, algo más que un entretenimiento #72 3. Making Every School a Health Promoting School #48  
  Workshop Session 2    11:00 am – 1:00 pm    1. Youth-led Innovation Projects Workshop (invited) 2. Peer education in positive sexual health, a new approach. #55 3. Positive Youth Development Workshop Part 1 (invited)     Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MPH     Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA 4. What to teach?: planning a local course in adolescent health and medicine. #46  
  Workshop Session 3    3:00pm – 5:00 pm    1. COVID-19 Pandemic, Wellbeing and Mental Health of Young People in Low and Middle Income Countries: Evidence from Young Lives and GAGE. #59 2. Meaningful involvement of the next generation in framing a holistic response to NCDs. #54 3. Youth Development Workshop Part 2 (invited)    Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MPH    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA 4. How to teach: selecting effective educational strategies to promote interactive learning. #30  
  Opening Ceremony Welcome               6:00 pm – 7:30pm    María del Carmen Calle, MD, MGMH Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee Jonathan D. Klein, MD, MPH, FAAP Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee Natalia Kanem, Director, UN Family Planning Association (invited)Tedros Adhanom, WHO General Director (invited)Henrietta H Fore, General Director, UNICEF (invited)Hernando Cevallos Flores, Minister of Health, Peru (invited)Susan Sawyer, President, International Association for Adolescent Health IAAH María del Carmen Calle, President, Sociedad Peruana de Adolescencia y Juventud SPAJSophie Remoue, IAAH Young Physician Section YPNSusana Grunbaum, Presidenta CODAJIC  
  Friday, November 19TH.  
  Opening Plenary Session  9:00 am – 10:30 am                            Welcome and Introductions                          Jonathan D. Klein, MD, MPH Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee María del Carmen Calle, MD, MGMH Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee
        The State of Adolescents: 2021 The World, Latin America, Peru, and COVID-19 Co-moderators: Jonathan D. Klein and Ruby Diaz. Susan M Sawyer MBBS MD FRACP          President, International Association for Adolescent HealthSonja Caffe, Ph.D., MPH, M.Sc., MCHES Regional Advisor on Adolescent Health  Pan American Health Organization Maria del Carmen Calle Davila, MD, MGMH      Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee, IAAH/SPAJ Congress      Executive Secretary ORAS-CONHU Russel Viner, MD      Immediate Past-President, Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health, UK  
  Plenary Session I  10:30 am – 12:00 pm  Adolescents and Human Rights Co-moderators: María del Carmen Calle and Pierre Cooke, Barbados (Young Leaders Program, NCD Child) o   Dina Krauskopf Roger      Profesora emérita de la Universidad de Costa Rica Prerna Banati, PhD Re       Regional Advisor Adolescent Development and Gender UNICEF Senegal Adesugum Fatusi, MBChB, MPH, FWACP, PhD P          Professor, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria Luis Pedernera Reyna U         Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC)       Presidente del Comité de los Derechos del Niño – Uruguay  
  Break  12:00 – 12:30 pm     
  Submitted research and policy abstracts    12:30 – 2:00 pm      COVID-19 and Adolescent Well-Being Abstracts       Moderators – Meera Beharry and James  Wang (YPN) Improving Adolescent Health Delivery Abstracts Moderators John Santelli, MD, MPH   School Health Abstracts Moderators  YPN *   IAAH Young Professionals Network opening session Catalyzing Connections for the Future of Adolescent Health: Launching the IAAH Young Professionals Network   Youth program session – NCD prevention and School-based initiatives  
  Lunch break    2:00 pm – 3:30 pm    Organizations/Commercial Symposia Youth track session – tbn  
  Plenary Debate    3:30 – 4:30pm    Who should care for the adolescents? Co-moderators Asha Pemberton and Melis Pehlivantürk (YPN)   Maria Trent, MD, MPH Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, USA Immediate Past-President, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Francisca Cruz Sánchez, MD Hospital Pediátrico Universitario  »Juan Manuel Márquez » Comprehensive Adolescent Care Group, Ministry of Health, Cuba  
   4:30 pm – 6:00pm    Intersectoral Interventions for Adolescents and Communities Co-moderators Risa Turetsky and Rafael Cortez WB Susana Guijarro, MD Asesora del Comité de Medicina del Adolescente de ALAPE y CODAJIC Tamera Coyne Beasley Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Diva Moreno Asesora del Comité de Medicina de Adolescente de ALAPE y CODAJIC Eun Woo Nam University of Yonsei, Korea  
  Submitted Abstracts     Presidential Research Session – submitted abstracts Youth Leadership and Policies Affecting Young People        Co-moderators: Susan Sawyer and    Stephanie Partridge   Mental Health, Violence and Migration – submitted abstracts Co- Moderators    Susana Grunbaum, MD CODAJIC President       George Patton, PhD       Australia  
  Workshop Session 4     1.  Creating Inclusive Programs for Migrant and Minority Youth, by Bringing their      Context and Their identities to the Center of their care. #1 2. Investing in Very Young Adolescents: Beyond the Why to the How.  #16 3.  Abordaje de las secuelas de las violencias en jóvenes universitarios/as en el contexto de la pandemia por la COVID-19.  #80 4. For youth, by youth: The whys and how of engaging adolescents in evaluating their own programs. #65  
  Topics tba   6:00 pm – 8:00 pm       6:00 pm – 7:30 pm    POSTER SESSION #1 Joemer Maravilla (YPN)     Interculturality and Adolescent Health – Who is most at risk? Co-moderators: Giosi DiMeglio and Marisela Mallqui   Iliana Curiel, MD Coordinadora del Comité de Medicina del Adolescente de ALAPE Sandra del Pino Regional Advisor for Cultural Diversity PAHOAngela Diaz, MD TBN – Adolescent speaker   Alcohol and Drugs – Preventing substance use: the Icelandic Model Co-moderators: Veronica Gaete and Youth Veronica Gaete, MD  Professor, Universidad de Chile Jefa del Centro de Adolescentes y Jóvenes de Clínica Las Condes Leslie Walker-Harding, MD Professor and Chair, Seattle Children’s Hospital  
  Submitted Abstracts     Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights – submitted abstracts Co-Moderators: Susan Sawyer and Natalie Yap (YPN) IAAH Education/ Young Professionals Workshop (invited) Preservice Education – Part 1 Youth track program – tbd  
   7:30 pm – 9:00 pm    1. IAAH Education/YPN Workshop     Minding the Gap: Adolescent health education and training opportunities around the world #29      Dyana Velies and Melis Pehlivantürk and Risa Turetsky   2. Youth track program      Breakout sessions for youth concerning health and wellbeing of indigenous youth; environmental health and adolescents
  Workshop Session 5     1. Developing an online social media presence for adolescent health research – Molly O’Sullivan (YPN) #25. 2. The health of adolescents in contact with the criminal justice system: A neglected public health priority #67 3. What We Really Want: A Dialogue Led by Young People on the Future of Adolescent Health #52 4. Adolescent Contraceptive Use: A Global Priority. #51  
  Saturday, November 20TH.  
  Meet the expert “breakfast” (sign-up in advance in October)    8:00 am – 9:00 am  All IAAH Council Regional Vice Presidents are invited Co-moderators: Souvik Pyne (YPN) and Dyana Velies (YPN)  
  Plenary Session II    9:00 am – 11:00 am     Pregnancy, Gender and Health Co-moderators Adesegun Fatusi and Youth from Royal Health Awareness Society, Jordan invited Alma Virginia Camacho, MD      Regional Adviser on Sexual and Reproductive Health      United Nation’s Population Fund (UNFPA) Susana Chavez, MD      Director, PROMSEX, Centro de Promoción y Defensa de los Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos, Peru Cora Breuner, MD, MPH (invited)      Professor of Pediatrics, University of Washington, USA      American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Adolescence Jason Nagata, M.D., M.Sc      Assistant Professor, University of California at San Francisco, USA Co-Chair, IAAH Young Professionals Network Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli, MD       Scientist –Department of Reproductive    Health and Research       World Health Organization 
  Submitted Abstracts    9:30 am – 12:00 pm  Youth Development and Family Support – Submitted Abstracts Co- moderators: Rich Kreipe and Youth from HRIDAY, India invited  
   11:15 am – 12:30 pm    Infectious Disease Update (COVID, HIV, and STIs) Co-moderators Jessica Kahn (SAHM) and James Wang (YPN) Jairo Méndez PAHO Regional Advisor Viral Diseases Eduardo Gotuzzo, MD Professor and Director, Institute of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Peru Lydia Shrier, MD, MPH Boston Children’s Hospital, USA   Changing behavior: Malnutrition, Obesity, Tobacco, Non communicable diseases Co-moderators  Mychelle Farmer and Youth CLAS, Latin America invited Mary Barker, BSc, MSc, PhD, C Psychol
Professor of Psychology and Behavioural Science, University of Southampton, UKMaisha Hutton, Healthy Carribean Network Stella Maris Gil – Sociedad Argentina de Pediatría /DOHAD  
  Workshop Session 6    11:00 am – 1:00 pm    1. Es AMAZE-ing: Contrarrestando normas y estereotipos de género a través de videos cortos y animados para niños, niñas y adolescentes? #73 2. Young Leaders Meet the Challenge of Change in Global Mental Health #13 3. What’s New Related to School Health Services #37 4. Supporting Cross-Cultural & Transnational Adolescents, Young Adults & their Families: Clinical, Organizational, & Legal Perspectives. #71
     11:00 am – 1:30 pm    Youth track program – tbd  
   11:30 am – 1:00 pm    Young Professionals Speed Mentoring – advance registration available in October Co-Moderators: Suzanne Crowley (YPN) and Franck Nziza (YPN)  
  Topics tba    1:00 pm – 3:00 pm    POSTER SESSION #2 Hosts: Pancho Mulongeni (YPN)  
  Lunch break     Organizations/Commercial Symposia  
  Plenary Debate    3:00 pm – 4:00 pm    Is Social Media Good or Bad for Adolescents? Co-moderators Damian Juma, Kenya and Gabriela Pavarini, Brazil (Lancet Commission on Global Mental Health) Michael Rich, MD, MPH Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard University, USA Nicola Grey, PhD Association for Young People’s Health, UK Ariel Malamud, MD Grupo de Informática, Sociedad Argentina de Pediatría, Argentina  
   4:00 pm – 5:30 pm    Education and Health Co-moderators: Rita Turetsky (IAAH)and Carmen Murguia (UNFPA) . Didier Jourdan   UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education      Professor of Education and Vice-President, Blaise Pascal University, France Valentina Baltag, MD, MSC, PhD      Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health,      World Health Organization Jenny Proimos, MBBS, MPH (invited)      Principal Medical Advisor, Victoria Department of Education and Training, Australia Youth speaker (to be determined)   Positive Youth Development and the Adolescent Life Course Co-moderators: Enrique Vega (PAHO) and Luis Encarnacion, NCD Child/NCDA (Youth) Kenneth Ginsberg, MD, MPH Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA Gustavo Girard, MD Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina    Asha Pemberton-Gaskin, MBBS, DM  Consultant Paediatrician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados   Non-communicable diseases 
Co-moderators – Jenny Proimos and George Msengi Marie Hauerslav, MD Chair, NCD Child Pediatric Resident, Denmark Mychelle Farmer, MD NCD Strategic Advisory Group Chair, International Pediatric Association, USA Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD Professor of Pediatrics; Director, Tobacco Prevention Toolkit, Stanford Univ, USA  
  Workshop session 7     1. Consideraciones éticas de la investigación en salud sexual y reproductiva con adolescentes desde una perspectiva Latinoamericana #79 2. Speed talks on meaningful youth engagement for ASRHR in fragile and complex settings #38 3. An Interagency network collaboration for young professionals: An international overview of global adolescent healthcare. #27 4. Embracing change: Youth Peer Support using co-design methods. #57  
   5:30 pm – 7:00 pm    Infectious Disease and COVID Update            Co-moderators Harish Pemde and Natalie Yap (YPN) Patricia J. García, MD, MPH, PhD       Professor and Dean, School of Public Health and Administration       Cayetano Heredia University, Peru Jessica Kahn, MD, MPH       Professor, Cincinnati Childrens’ Hospital,       President, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Alicia Gorab Ramírez, MD      Presidencia, Asociación Mexicana para la Salud de la Adolescencia, Mexico   Universal health coverage and Adolescents Moderators: Jonathan Klein, MD, MPH and to be determined   Valentina Baltag – WHO (invited)       Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health,       World Health Organization Carrissa Etienne — PAHO (invited) Director of PAHO Maaike Arts – Regional Adviser, Survive & Thrive for UNICEF’s Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office (LACRO) in Panama Jembell Chifundo Red META Disability LAC   Violence and its Prevention Co-moderators – Dorina Vereau (SPAJ) and Ferdinant Sonyuy (Cameroon, RADA youth) Manuel Ángel Oscós-Sánchez MD Professor, Family and Community Medicine The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, USA Nuray Kanbur, MD Professor, Hacettepe University, Turkey Francisco Fernandez Paredes, MD, Casa del Adolescente del Hospital Materno Infantil, México  
  Workshop session 8    5:30pm – 7:00pm    1. Strategies to effectively engage young people in research and community initiatives for NCD prevention – Stephanie Partridge (YPN) #20 2. Implementing Better Tobacco Control for Youth (invitational)
Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD
Professor of Pediatrics, Stanford University, and Director, Tobacco Prevention Toolkit 3. Youth Development Workshop Part 2 (invitational) Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MPH    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA 4. Global adolescent health measurement: challenges, gaps, and proposed solutions. #43  
   7:00 pm – 8:00 pm  Cultural presentation – TBA  
  Sunday, November 21st.  
  Meet the editors  8:00 am – 9:00 am    YPN hosts: Jason Nagata and Abdullah Shabbir Carol Ford- JAH Jane Godsland – Lancet Child Adolescent Health  
   9:00 am – 10:30 am    Adolescent Mental Health Co-moderators: Shuntaro Ando and Surabhi Dogra (YPN) Devora Kestel, PhD       Director Mental Health and Substance Abuse      World Health Organization  George Patton, PhD      Professor, University of Melbourne and      Chair, Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Well-being Chantelle Booysen
Youth member, Lancet Commission on Mental Health, South Africa
Susana Grunbaum, MD President CODAJIC.  Psiquiatra de Niños y Adolescentes. UNICEF speaker  
   10:30 am – 11:30 am    Climate change and health Co-moderators  – Bruce Dick and Christophe Ngendahayo, Rwanda (WHO, IFMSA) Maria P. Neira, MD      Director, Public Health, Environment and Social Determinants of Health
World Health Organization
Bertha Pineda Restrepo      Coordinadora de Cambio Climático y su impacto en Salud      ORAS-CONHU Youth speaker – to be determined UNICEF speaker  
  Nutrition break – exhibits    11:30 am – 12:00 pm   
  Parallel Symposium    12:00 pm – 1:30pm    Impact of the Pandemic on Comprehensive Care for Adolescents in Latin America
Sponsored by ORASCONHU Co-moderators Gloria Lagos and Youth Representatives of the Ministries of Health Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Perú y Venezuela.  
  Submitted Abstracts    12:00 pm – 1:30 pm    Reproductive Health and Abortion – submitted abstracts Moderators: Mamdouh Wahba and Youth  
  Special Workshop Session    12:00 pm – 2:00 pm    Health and Education (invited) Nicola Grey, PhD, Association for Young People’s Health, UKDidier Jourdan   UNESCO Chair Global Health & Education
Professor & Vice-President, Blaise Pascal University, FranceYouth – to be determined, Association for Young People’s Health, UK  
  Workshop Session 9     1. Two things worry me: the night and war – Integrating adolescent voices to strengthen MHPSS responses for crisis-affected young people. #63 2. Empowering Youth, Parents and Clinicians to Promote Access to Essential Medicines and Equipment for Young People living with NCDs #68  
  Youth track program    12:00 pm – 4:00 pm    (Networking with CORE Group YPN, adolescents living with disabilities and NCDs, and social media use for health in low resource settings.)  
  Topics tba    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm    POSTER SESSION 3 Moderator: Suzanne Crowley (YPN)  
  Lunch Break   Regional or organizational meetings  
   14:30 pm – 16:00 pm    The effects of migration and conflict on children and adolescents Co-moderators  –  David Bell (SAHM) and youth Lillian Wong, MD       Secretary General, Hong Kong Pediatric Foundation Carlos G. Alonso-Rivera MD       CONAPEME/Vice President, ALAPE Poonam Dhavan, Senior Migration and Health Policy Advisor, International Organisation for Migration Michael Knipper       University Justus Liebig, Germany       Regional focus point for Latin America –   Lancet Migration   Adolescent Health, Social Media, and On-line Networks Co-moderators Nicola Grey and youth Evelyn Eisenstein, MD, DsC       Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil       Rede ESSE Mundo Digital Bhupendra Sheoran, MD, MBA        Vice President of Global Development, ETR       Director, YTH (Youth, Tech, Health) Artemis Tsitsika, MD, PhD      University of Athens, Greece Dina Borzekowski, PhD       University of Maryland, USA  
  Submitted Abstracts    2:30 pm – 4:00 pm    Moderator: Emmanuel Adebayo (YPN) Risk Behavior, Socioeconomics & Nutrition – submitted abstracts   Co-moderators: tbn Council member and Christophe Ngendahayo (youth co-chair, WHO Civil Society Working Group on NCDs.)  
  Break    4:00 pm – 4:10 pm 
  Closing Plenary Session      4:10 pm – 5:00 pm    2023 Congress and Future Events Announcements UN Secretary General’s Youth Ambassador (Invited) Call to action for Youth Well-being Rt Hon Helen Clark, Board Chair (Invited) Partnership for Maternal Child and Newborn Health    Greta Thunberg, Climate and environmental activist (invited)  
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