Program

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Friday 6 October - Day 1

08:00 AMRegistration and Welcome coffee
08:30 AM

Opening Remarks
Linda-Gail Bekker, MBChB, DTMH, DCH, FCP(SA), PhD
Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation / University of Cape Town, South Africa

Helen Rees, OBE, MB BChir, MA (CANTAB), MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Charles Boucher, MD, PhD
Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands

 
Session 1: Adolescent: The individual
Chairs: t.b.c.
09:45 AMThe second decade: Physiology and health related issues in this decade
Natella Rakhmanina, MD, PhD, FAAP, FCP, AAHIVS
EGPAF, USA
10:15 AMThe second decade: Neurodevelopment and mental health issues in this decade
 T.B.C.
10:45 AM
Coffee Break
 
Session 2: Adolescent: Their networks
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11:15 AMAdolescents and relationships and interactions with peers, family, role models, community and leaders 
T.B.C.
11:45 AM

Case presentation by an adolescent: relationships and interaction 
T.B.C.

12:15 PM

Round table/Group work: Adolescent and engaging Youth where they are at- imagining a World café type arrangement with specific questions posed 
Facilitator:

1. Alice Armstrong, MSc
Independent, South Africa/UK
2. Expert in the field TBC
3. Adolescent Representative, TBC
4. Adolescent Representative, TBC

13:15 PMLunch Break
 
Session 3: Adolescent: Risk
Chairs: t.b.c.
 
14:15 AMCase presentation by an adolescent: relationships and interaction 
Saiqa Mullick, MBBCh, MSc, MPH, PhD
The Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institut​e (Wits RHI), South Africa
14:45 PMGeneral risk and determinants of health
Rebecca Hodes
University Of Cape Town, South Africa
15:15 PMSexual risk and determinants of sexual risk
T.B.C.
15:45 PMBreak
16:15 PM

Round table/Group work: Adolescent sexual reproduction health services
1. Nelly Mugo, MBCHB, MPH
KEMRI, Kenya
2. Nadia Ahmed, MD
Desmond Tutu HIV foundation, Cape Town
3. T.B.C.
4. T.B.C.

 

Saturday 7 October - Day 2

 
Session 4: Adolescent and Innovation
Chairs: t.b.c.
8:30 AMGeneral health (other areas in health)
Ulrike Gilbert,
UNICEF, Tanzania
9:00 AMInnovation in HIV
Helen McDowel
ViiV Healthcare, United Kingdom
9:30 AMRound table/Group work: Care and Treatment
Facilitator: T.B.C.

1.Allyson McKenney, MD
Baylor College of medicine, Malawi

2. Lee Fairlie, MBChB, DCH, FC Paeds, MMED
The Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institut​e (Wits RHI),

South Africa
3. Nicola Willis,
Africaid, Zimbabwe

4. T.B.C.
10:30 AMCoffee Break
 
11:00 AMCase presentation by an adolescent: Adolescent and innovations
MTV Shuga
T.B.C.
 
Session 5: Adolescent and Innovation
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11:30 AMBest practices and innovation (incl. marketing)
T.B.C.
12:00 PMRound table/Group work: Demand Creation
1. Red carpet, Kenya
T.B.C.

2. T.B.C.
3. T.B.C.
4. T.B.C.
13:00 PMLunch break
14:00 PMHealth behavior modifiers- what works in adolescents
T.B.C.
 14:30 PM

 Round table/Group Work: Adolescents and preventive/promotive health
Facilitator: Elisabeth Bukusi, MBChB, M.Med, MPH, PhD, PGD, MBE, CIP
KEMRI, Kenya

1. Nadia Sam-Agudu,
Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria
2. T.B.C.
3. T.B.C.
4. T.B.C.

15:30 hCoffee break
16:00 hYouth Advocate
T.B.C.
16:10 PMPlenary Lecture: Wrap up (Closing session (major themes & suggestions)
Linda-Gail Bekker, MBChB, DTMH, DCH, FCP(SA), PhD
Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation / University of Cape Town, South Africa
Helen Rees, OBE, MB BChir, MA (CANTAB), MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
16:40 PMClosing Remarks
Chairs