Day Four Breakout Session

Day Four

27 May 2015 || Wednesday || 0900 – 1030

(Breakout Sessions)

Breakout Session: 23

Room: Celebrity

Session Title Migration And Population Dynamics: Causes, Consequences, And Health Impacts
Session Theme Social And Economic Determinants Of Urban Health Disparities
Chairperson Name Peter Kim Streatfield, PhD, ICDDR’B
Chief Guest Name TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Livingstone Musoro London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom Understanding the Contribution of Parks and Green Spaces to Harare Residents Wellbeing
2 Peter Kim Streatfield ICDDR,B, Bangladesh Drivers of Migration to Bangladesh Cities
3 Raj Narayan International Institute for Population Sciences, India Migration Pattern and Contribution of Remittances in Socio-economic Development of Households In Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India
4 Fowzia Ahmed Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh Occupational Health Hazards of workers of tannery industries in Hazaribagh, Dhaka, Bangladesh
5 Surendra Kumar Patel International Institute for Population Studies, India Do Housing, Water and Sanitation Condition affect Disease Prevalence: Evidence from Urban India
6 Muhammad Abdur Rahaman ADAMS, Bangladesh Health Disorder of Climate Migrants in Khulna City Corporation: An Urban Slum Perspective

Breakout Session: 24

Room: Carnival

Session Title Health Care Quality: Processes And Perceptions
Session Theme Urban Health Care And Public Health Service Provision
Chairperson Name TBD
Chief Guest Name TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Kumar Vikrant Abt Associates, India Institutionalizing Quality of Care (QOC) in private hospital through improvement in infection prevention practices and obstetric services by mentoring paramedics and continuous motivation for change
2 Titilayo Olaposi Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria Technological Infrastructure and Quality of Service in the Nigerian Health Sector
3 Bidhan Sarker ICDDR,B, Bangladesh Perceptions of quality of care among the urban poor in Bangladesh
4 Tanzir Ahmed Shuvo ICDDR’B, Bangladesh Human resource challenges in the urban private sector and its implications for quality of care

Breakout Session: 25

Room: Harmony

Session Title Analyzing Evidence For Urban Health Management Panel 1
Session Theme Measuring And Mapping
Chairperson Name TBD
Chief Guest Name  TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Danielle Ompad New York University, United States Complexity and dynamism from an urban health perspective: Implications for Systems Dynamics
2 Thomas Mpofu Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe Factors Responsible for Public Health Hazards and Risks in Bulawayo City, Zimbabwe
3 Jay Chaudhuri Stanford University School of Medicine, United States Measuring and Mapping: Interslum and Intraslum Differences in Standards of Living
4 Tapash Roy BRAC, Bangladesh Causes and Context of Maternal Deaths in Urban Slums in Bangladesh: Implication for Urban Health Service Delivery

Breakout Session: 26

Room: Media Bazar

Session Title Governance Of The Urban Environment For Health
Session Theme Governance For Urban Health
Chairperson Name TBD
Chief Guest Name  TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Divya Nair World Bank, SriLanka Governance Tales of Four Indian Cities
2 Mukesh Sharma FHI360, India Consortium Expertise Enhances Best Practice in Urban Health
3 Obijiofor Aginam United Nations University-International Institute for Global Health, Malaysia Urbanization and Health: Implications for Governance and International Human Rights Norms
4 Sohel Ahmed University College London (UCL), United Kingdom Health premium for whom in the city? Comparing Health equity through the lens of social and spatial determinants in formal-informal settlements in Nairobi

27 May 2015 || Wednesday || 1100 – 1230

(Breakout Sessions)

Breakout Session: 27

Room: Celebrity

 

Session Title Health And Wellbeing Of Older Persons In Urban Environments
Session Theme Social And Economic Determinants Of Urban Health Disparities
Chairperson Name TBD
Chief Guest Name  TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Ojo Agunbiade University of the Witwatersrand, Nigeria Exemplary Elder, Sexuality and Responsive Help-Seeking for Sexually Transmitted Infections among Elderly Yoruba Men in Ibadan, Nigeria
2 Anshul Kastor International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, India Associated Covariates of Functional Limitations among Older Adults in India: An Exploration of the LASI Pilot Survey
3 Rushdia Ahmed ICDDR’B, Bangladesh Aging and health seeking among the urban poor in Bangladesh: A descriptive study

Breakout Session: 28

Room: Executive Lounge

Session Title Spatial Visualization In Population Health
Session Theme Measuring And Mapping
Chairperson Name  TBD
Chief Guest Name  TBD
Moderator Name TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Shakil Ahmed ICDDR,B, Bangladesh Geographic gaps in emergency health care availability for the urban poor: a GIS study in Dhaka, Bangladesh
2 Simon Mariwah University of Cape Coast, Ghana Sanitation: The neglected Siamese twin of water in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Ghana
3 Md.Shakil Khan Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Bangladesh Climate change & its impacts on urban living using object oriented image classification method: a case study of Khulna, Bangladesh
4 Vivek Bhatnagar Urban Health Resource Centre, India Community informed qualitative adaptation of Urban Heart with response focus

 

27 May 2015 || Wednesday || 1530 – 1700

(Breakout Sessions)

Breakout Session: 29

Room: Media Bazar

Session Title Intersectoral Actions In Urban Health Governance
Session Theme Governance For Urban Health
Chairperson Name Jo Ivey Buford, MD, New York Academy of Medicine
Chief Guest Name TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Jason Corburn University California Berkeley, United States Co-Producing Slum Health Equity: Science, Society and New Urban Governance
2 Rijuta Sawant SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action), India Experience of multisectoral convergence to improve nutritional status of under-5 children in vulnerable urban communities of Mumbai
3 Isobel Ludford World Health Organization, Japan Shared governance for health: lessons from case studies on intersectoral action
4 Elora Hossain BRAC, Bangladesh Community based mHealth intervention for urban slum populations in Bangladesh

Breakout Session: 30

Room: Executive Lounge

Session Title Analyzing Evidence For Urban Health Management Panel 2
Session Theme Measuring And Mapping
Chairperson Name  TBD
Chief Guest Name  TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Mark Nieuwenhuijsen Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology (CREAL),Spain Positive health effects of the natural outdoor environment (PHENOTYPE)
2 Usman A Raheem University of Ilorin, Nigeria Household Health and the Corridors of Deprivation in Ilorin: Understanding the Spatial Context of Sustainable Urban Health in Africa
3 Ilene Speizer University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States Longitudinal Evaluation of the Urban Health Initiative Program in Six Urban Areas of Uttar Pradesh, India
4 Sanjoy Saha ICDDR,B, Bangladesh Bangladesh Coverage of NGO primary care health services for the poor in urban Bangladesh: is it optimal?

Breakout Session: 31

Room: Harmony

Session Title Governance Of Urban Health Systems Governance
Session Theme Governance For Urban Health
Chairperson Name TBD
Chief Guest Name  TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Sushil Baral Health Research and Social Development Forum (HERD), Nepal Analysis of the urban health policy development process in Nepal
2 Sumit Mazumdar Institute for Human Development, India Universalization with equity and quality: A comprehensive health system and policy review of urban Delhi, India
3 Mr Puppim de Oliveira Health co-benefits of climate change mitigation in cities: Strengthening the governance for health improvements in urban development processes
4 Rajesh Kumar Mishra FHI360, Urban Health Initiative, India Web Based Urban health Information System
5 Tanvir Ahmed ICDDR,B, Bangladesh Applications of geospatial mapping for policy and planning