JSI at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit

November 13th, 2019 | News

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Please join JSI, IAPHL, and our affiliates (inSupply Health and PFSCM) at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit in South Africa from November 2022, 2019 to learn how JSI helps countries make sure that medicines, vaccines, and related products reach the people who need them.

Strong supply chains are critical for saving and improving the lives of children, families, and communities. As countries strive to meet ambitious health goals, JSI is building supply chains to meet the needs of growing populations while responding to dynamic changes in emerging health trends.

Please join us at the sessions below and follow @JSIhealth@inSupplyJSI@HealthSCM, and @PFSCM on Twitter for the latest from the conference.

GHSCS 2019: Where is JSI?

Day 1: November 20, 2019

Presentation: [1.2] Mitigating the risk of commodity stock-outs in public health supply chains: empirical evidence from Indonesia
Authors: Sarah Andersson, Omar Balsara, Bethany Saad
Presenter: Barbara Lamphere
Location: Ballroom 3
Time: 1:30-2:45 PM

Presentation: [2.1] Ripples into waves: Leveraging data and analytics through new  and integrated technologies
Authors: Ishmael Muchemenyi, Chad Davenport
Presenter: Ishmael Muchemenyi, Chad Davenport
Location: Liduba
Time: 1:30-2:45 PM

*Prize Presentation*: [6.1] An unfinished journey: vaccine supply chain transformation in Ethiopia
Authors: Paul Dowling, Marasi Mwencha
Presenter: Tesfalem Adraro, Ethiopian Pharmaceuticals Supply Agency
Location: Ballrooms 1-2
Time: 3:10-4:25 PM

Presentation: [9.3] Effects of integrating cold chain data and immunization data on EPI: results from Kenya and Tanzania
Authors: Amos Chweya, Harrison Mariki, Alex Mbyalu, Mercy Lutukai
Presenter: Mercy Lutukai
Location: Tau
Time: 3:10-4:25 PM

Presentation: [12.3] Zambia Electronic LMIS endline evaluation
Authors: Chris Opit, Jeremy Sikazwe, Joseph McCord
Presenter: Jeremy Sikazwe
Location: Ballrooms 1-2
Time: 4:30-5:45 PM

Presentation: [13.2] Automating refugee health facilities in Ethiopia
Authors: Meseret Zerihun, Taddel Awoke, Sami Tewfik
Presenter: Meseret Zerihun
Location: Liduba
Time: 4:30-5:45 PM

Presentation: [13.3] The Impact of increased data visibility of tuberculosis and leprosy medicine availability in Tanzania
Authors: Vicent Manyilizu
Presenter: Vicent Manyilizu
Locations: Liduba
Time: 4:30-5:45 PM

Presentation: [14.1] Old challenges, new solutions: reimagining community health supply chains by using HCD to understand user needs and bridge the last mile health equity gap
Authors: Yasmin Chandani, Gertrude Muchibi1, Mercy Lutukai, Eric Wakaria, Amos Momanyi, Sarah Hassanen
Presenter: Mercy Lutukai
Location: Tau
Time: 4:30-5:45 PM

Presentation: [15.3] T(Ed) Talk: 2040 A Supply Chain Odyssey
Authors: Edward Wilson, Yasmin Chandani, Paul Dowling
Presenter: Edward Wilson, Yasmin Chandani
Location: Umkombe
Time: 4:30-5:45 PM

Day 2: November 21, 2019 – Oral Presentations

Presentation: [16.3] Digitizing inventory and warehouse management systems in Indonesia
Authors: Omar Balsara, Sarah Andersson, Bethany Saad
Presenter: Barbara Lamphere
Location: Ballroom 3
Time: 1:30-2:45 PM

Presentation: [19.3] The impact of changing vaccine vial size presentation on coverage, wastage rate, supply chain, and costs: a study from Zambia
Authors: Kirstin Krudwig, Natasha Kanagat, Francis Mwansa, Guissimon Phiri, Wendy Prosser
Presenter: Wendy Prosser
Location: Umkombe
Time: 1:30-2:45 PM

Presentation: [20.3] Are procured quantities of implants adequate and appropriate? Modeling procurement, inventory, and consumption during increasing demand
Authors: Laila Akhlaghi
Presenter: Laila Akhlaghi
Location: Ballroom 1-2
Time: 1:30-2:45 PM

Day 2: November 21, 2019 – Poster Presentations

Presentation: [P10] Data review teams: a promising practice to improve data use and strengthen immunization supply chains
Authors: Jane Feinberg 

Presentation: [P9] Strengthening the supply chain workforce through mentorship and on-the-job training
Authors: Omar Balsara, Sarah Andersson, Bethany Saad
Presenter: Barbara Lamphere

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