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2017 Symposium: Reframing Risk and Accountability for Action to ZERO TB

On October 12, 2017, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Treatment Action Group, Advanced Access & Delivery, Harvard Medical School, Partners In Health, and the Stop TB Partnership sponsored a symposium in conjunction with the Union World Conference on Lung Health.

Introduction - Erica Lessem (Treatment Action Group) and Eloisa "Louie" Zepeda-Teng (TB meningitis survivor, the Philippines)

 

Remarks - Dr. Lucica Ditiu (Stop TB Partnership)

 

Panel 1: Perceptions of Risk - Dr. Cesar Bonilla (formerly of National TB Program, Perú), Dr.  Aamir Khan (Interactive Research & Development, Pakistan), Dr. Rendi Moke (Port Moresby General Hospital, Papua New Guinea), Jacqueline Ngozo (KZN Department of Health TB Program, South Africa), Dr. Paul Nunn (formerly of World Health Organization); moderated by Sharonann Lynch (MSF Access Campaign)

 

Panel 2: Accountability in Action - Hugo Flores Navarro (Compañeros en Salud, Chiapas, Mexico), Lynette Mabote (ARASA, South Africa), Lorraine Misquith (Lawyers Collective, India); moderated by Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee

 

Rethinking Risk and (Un)accountability - Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee (Harvard Center for Global Health Delivery)

 

Conclusion - Erica Lessem (Treatment Action Group)