COVID-19

Advancing Towards
an Equitable and Healthy World

As we observe, COVID-19 drastically changes the way we live and work, and it will also change political and economic order, regionally and globally. The pandemic poses challenges and questions on many fronts. It challenges government and health system responses, preparedness, and capacities all over the world. How have historical political economic changes culminated to produce this pandemic?


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  • PRE- CONFERENCE AUGUST 2020 - JANUARY 2021 (VIRTUAL CONFERENCE)

Series Of Webinar Sessions

OCT 2020 - JAN 2021

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Side Meeting

AUG 2020 - JAN 2021

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Field Trips

25 - 28 JAN 2021

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  • KEYNOTE SPEECH

KEYNOTE SPEECH

28 JAN 2021

  • 21.00-21.40 HRS. (BKK)
  • 15.00-15.40 HRS. (GE)
  • 09.00-09.40 HRS. (NY)
Keynote Speech by PMA Laureates
  • MAIN CONFERENCE 29 JANUARY - 3 FEBRUARY 2021 (VIRTUAL CONFERENCE)

OPENING SESSION

29 JAN 2021

  • 19.00-20.30 HRS. (BKK)
  • 13.00-14.30 HRS. (GE)
  • 07.00-08.30 HRS. (NY)
Opening Session by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn & Armchair Conversation
PLENARY SESSION 0

29 JAN 2021

  • 21.00-22.00 HRS. (BKK)
  • 15.00-16.00 HRS. (GE)
  • 09.00-10.00 HRS. (NY)
Politics, Political Economy, and History: Major Trends Shaping the COVID-19 Pandemic

PLENARY SESSION 1

30 JAN 2021

  • 19.00-20.30 HRS. (BKK)
  • 13.00-14.30 HRS. (GE)
  • 07.00-08.30 HRS. (NY)
What Has the World Learned/Is Learning from COVID-19?

PLENARY SESSION 2

31 JAN 2021

  • 19.00-20.30 HRS. (BKK)
  • 13.00-14.30 HRS. (GE)
  • 07.00-08.30 HRS. (NY)
How Are We Dealing with COVID-19?

PLENARY SESSION 3

1 FEB 2021

  • 19.00-20.30 HRS. (BKK)
  • 13.00-14.30 HRS. (GE)
  • 07.00-08.30 HRS. (NY)
Investing in the Future: Ensuring the World Will Never Be Vulnerable to Another “COVID-19” Threat

PLENARY SESSION 4

2 FEB 2021

  • 19.00-20.30 HRS. (BKK)
  • 13.00-14.30 HRS. (GE)
  • 07.00-08.30 HRS. (NY)
Protecting and Improving Human and Planetary Health - A Syndemic View

SYNTHESIS SESSION

3 FEB 2021

  • 19.00-20.30 HRS. (BKK)
  • 13.00-14.30 HRS. (GE)
  • 07.00-08.30 HRS. (NY)
Synthesis : Summary, Conclusion & Recommendations

  • UPCOMING SESSIONS

28
Jan

FIELD TRIP
SITE 4: The Synergy of Public and Private Sectors to Tackle COVID-19 and Revitalize Phuket Towards Sustainable Medical and Wellness Tourism

16.59 - 20.30 HRS. (BKK)

Jan 2021

14
Jan

WS104
Governance for public health and pandemic preparedness: what have we learned since the beginning of the pandemic?

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

13
Jan

WS404
Will the Healthcare Technologies From COVID-19 Lead to a Permanent Shift in How Global Healthcare is Delivered?

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)


Dec 2020

16
Dec

WS207
Immediate Health Response to COVID-19- A Test of Health Systems Resilience

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

15
Dec

WS402
The Lancet-SIGHT Commission on Peaceful Societies Through Health and Gender Equality - Health and Gender at the Intersection of Armed Conflict and the COVID-19 Pandemic

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

14
Dec

WS405
Dealing with Disasters Fast and Slow: Health System Resilience for COVID-19 and Climate Change

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

10
Dec

WS305
Investing in Pandemic Preparedness: Health Systems, Global Governance, Equity

20.00 - 21.15 (BKK)

08
Dec

WS103
Lessons for Preparedness: Is There a Recipe for Success?

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

03
Dec

WS401
The Future Society - Population Dynamics Following COVID-19

15.00 - 16.00 (BKK)

01
Dec

WS304
Preventing, Detecting, Responding to and Recovering from Future Threats

20.00 - 21.30 (BKK)


Nov 2020

26
Nov

WS302
Building Systems to Cope with Future Trends

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

19
Nov

WS303
Assuring Equitable Access to COVID19 Vaccines, Treatments, & Health Resources

19.00 - 20.15 (BKK)

17
Nov

WS301
Accelerating Advances in Science and Technologies to "Prevent, Detect, Respond to and Recover From" Future Threats

19.00 - 20.15 (BKK)

12
Nov

WS403
Beyond Building Back Better - A Healthier and Greener World After The COVID-19

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

11
Nov

WS101
The Socioeconomic Impact of COVID-19 from an Equity Perspective - Who is Being Left Behind and Lessons for the Future

20.00 - 21.30 (BKK)

10
Nov

WS206
Governance for Health: Towards More Equitable Policy-making and Ethical Partnerships

18.00 - 19.30 (BKK)

05
Nov

WS202
Making International Intellectual Property and Trade Regimes Work to Address the Health Response to COVID-19

21.00 - 23.00 (BKK)

05
Nov

WS203
Social Determinants of Health

15.00 - 16.30 (BKK)

04
Nov

WS201
Assessing the Situation of COVID-19 and International Trade and Health

19.00 - 21.00 (BKK)


Oct 2020

29
Oct

WS102
Communication During Health Crises - Translating Sciences to Policy and Manage the Infodemic

16.00 - 17.30 (BKK)

28
Oct

WS205
Resistance, Opportunities, and Threats During COVID Pandemic

19.00 - 20.30 (BKK)

21
Oct

WS204
Forms of Discrimination, Social Exclusion with Specific Focus on Inequitable Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

18.00 - 19.30 (BKK)


  • PREVIOUS SIDE MEETINGS

22
Jan

SE013
Virtual launch of PMAC/BMJ Special Collection - COVID 19: Advancing towards an equitable and healthy world

19.00 - 20.00 HRS. (BKK)

21
Jan

SE012
Covid's 10-fold impact in The West vs. Asia

19.00 - 21.00 HRS. (BKK)

20
Jan

SE014
Online COVID19 Misinformation in Asia: Patterns, Tools and Paths Forward

19.00 - 20.30 HRS. (BKK)

15
Jan

SE010
A systems approach and reflections from Cambodia's COVID-19 response

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

21
Dec

SE011
Investigating the Role of Digital Health in Healthcare Emergencies

20.00 - 21.30 HRS. (BKK)

20
Nov

SE009
AAAH Plenary Session (Day 3)

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

19
Nov

SE008
AAAH Plenary Session (Day 2)

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

18
Nov

SE007
AAAH Plenary Session

18.00 - 20.00 HRS. (BKK)

09
Oct

SE006
The 11th AAAH Webinar Series 2020 “Addressing Health Care Workers’ Challenges in Response to COVID-19: sharing experiences and drawing countries’ lessons” Webinar 3: : Health professional training and education in the context of COVID-19 pandemic

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

18
Sep

SE005
Webinar 2: Occupational risk protection of health care workers, Episode 2: Impact of COVID-19 on health care workers, which includes stressful work environment, violence against health care workers (if any), social stigma and government’s psychosocial support, and health care workers’ resilience

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

11
Sep

SE004
Country experiences from the WHO three Regions (EMR, SEAR and WPR) on measures to ensure occupational safety of HCWs against infection and mortality, financing for treatment cost of HCWs affected from COVID infection

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

28
Aug

SE003
The 11st AAAH Webinar Series 2020 “Addressing Health Care Workers’ Challenges in Response to COVID-19: sharing experiences and drawing countries’ lessons”

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

21
Aug

SE002
The 11th AAAH Webinar Series 2020 “Addressing Health Care Workers’ Challenges in Response to COVID-19: sharing experiences and drawing countries’ lessons”

18.00 - 19.30 HRS. (BKK)

14
Aug

SM001
The 11th AAAH Webinar Series 2020 Addressing Health Care Workers’ Challenges in Response to COVID-19: sharing experiences and drawing countries’ lessons

18.00 - 19.45 HRS. (BKK)