Day 2: Friday, 17 January 2020, 8am - 5.30pm
Track 2: Mass Gatherings Health Care Services
Time: 8am - 5.30pm
Venue:

8am - 8.30am

Coffee and On-Site Registration

Session 1
8.30am - 11.30am

Objectives:

1. Emergency Preparedness and Contingency Planning in Mass Gathering:

2. Health Care Capacity in Mass Casualty Preparedness.

3. Health Partners and Stockholders in Mass Gathering:

4.  Integrated Approach to Emergency Management.

5. Role of Public Health in Mass Gathering: Surveillance, Alert Systems and Epidemiology

Moderators:

Title 1: FIFA World Cup: Host Country Medical Services Evaluation and Planning 2010 / 2014 / 2018 - Prof. Efraim Kramer

Title 2: London’s 2012 Games Preparation for Mass and Mass Casualties and fatalities - Nicola Anne Smith

Title 3: Building Integrated Teams Across Professions in Emergency Management - Dr. Attila Hertelendy

Title 4: The WHO Health & Security Interface - Fostering Cooperation Between Public Health and Actors from Security and Other sectors" - Maurizio Barbeschi

Title 5: Road to Qatar’s Mass Gatherings Public Health Preparedness - Dr. Shazia Nadeem N. Ahmed

Title 6: Why This Will Help You Sleep at Night - Tina Endericks

Title 7: Anticipating Healthcare Needs in Preparation for the World Cup 2022 - Tracey Maisey

11.30am - 1pm

Prayer and Lunch

Session 2
1pm - 5.30pm

Objectives:

1. Event Context and Risk Assessment and Management

2. Health Hazards Related to Mass Gatherings

3. Education, Research and Training for Mass Gatherings

4. Risk and Crisis Communications and Public Information In Mass Gatherings

Moderators:

Title 1: Planning Medical Services for "Soccer Stadium Stampedes" - Prof. Efraim Kramer

Title 2: Crowd Perception of Risk - Sheena McCabe

Title 3: Review of 14 500 Patients Treated at the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 - Prof. Efraim Kramer

Title 4: Risk and Crisis Communication - Prof. Dr. Marty, Aileen Maria

Title 6: FIFA World Cup 2022 Health Preparedness: Planning for a Health Legacy - Tina Endericks

3pm - 3.30pm

Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits and Poster Presentation

 

Title 1: Problems and Solutions for Communicating Risk To A Large Crowd - Sheena McCabe

Title 2: FIFA / LOC FIFA World Cup Football Emergency Medicine Training Programs - Prof. Efraim Kramer

Title 3: CBRN Training Of Population, Volunteers, the Public Health Sector and Ordinary First Responders - Brigadier General (ret.) Ioannis [John] Galatas

 

End of Day 2, Friday, 17 January 2020

 

Day 3: Saturday, 18 January 2020
Track 2: Mass Gatherings Health Care Services
Time: 8am - 5.30pm
Venue:

8am - 8.30am

Coffee and On-Site Registration

Session 3
8.30am - 11.30am

Objectives:

1. Incident and Disease Outbreak Response Management.

2. Health Preparedness and Response to incidents Potentially involving CBRNE

3. Modern Technologies in Mass Gathering Planning and Operations

4. FIFA World Cup 2022 Health Preparedness: Planning for a Health Legacy

Moderators:

Title 1: Incident and Outbreak Response Management - Prof. Dr. Marty, Aileen Maria

Title 2: Holding a Mass Gathering in the Presence of a Public Health Emergency of Global/Regional Concern. Lessons Learned from Ebola, Zika and Pandemic Influenza - Prof Lucille Blumberg

Title 3: The 2010 FIFA World Cup Experience: Prevention, Detection and Response To Communicable Diseases Risks - Prof. Lucille Blumberg

Title 4: Incident and Disease Outbreak Response Management - Dr. Hamad Eid Al-Romaihi  

Title 5: Hospitals CBRN Preparedness - From A to Z - Brigadier General (ret.) Ioannis [John] Galatas

Title 6: Decontamination of Special Groups and Disabled People - Brigadier General (ret.) Ioannis [John] Galatas

Title 7: Picking up early signs - Baseline Surveillance and 'Hot Spots' in Mass Gatherings: Does Sharing Information with Security Matter?" - Maurizio Barbeschi

Title 8: Modern Biotechnologies and Malignant Dual Use - Brig. General (ret.) Ioannis [John] Galatas

11.30am - 1pm

Prayer and Lunch

Session 4
1pm - 5.30pm

Objectives:

1. Mass Gathering Events: Lesson Learned

Moderators:

Title 1: Planning, Coordinating and Executing a Mass Gathering Event - Super Bowl 2020 - Miami, Florida, USA - Attila Hertelendy

Title 2: The Medical Service on The Stadium at the 2018 FIFA World Cup: Lessons Learned - Prof. Viktoriya Badtieva

Title 3: Core Lessons from Across the World - Tina Endericks

Title 4: The Prevention and Management of Health Illness in the FIFA World Cups 2014 / 2018 - Prof. Efraim Kramer

Title 5: 2018 FIFA World Cup: Legacy Benefits for Public Health - Prof. Viktoriya Badtieva

3pm - 3.30pm

Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits and Poster Presentation Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits and Poster Presentation

Session 5
3.30pm - 5.30pm

Objectives:

1. Global Perspectives for the Prevention of Infectious Diseases Associated with Mass Gatherings

Moderators:

Title 1: Global Perspectives for the Prevention of Infectious Diseases Associated with Mass Gatherings - Dr. Hamad Eid Al-Romaihi

Title 2: Public Health Preparedness for Mass Gatherings - Qatar’s Success Story - Dr. Shazia Nadeem N. Ahmed

Title 3: Global Perspectives for The Prevention of Infectious Diseases Associated with Mass Gatherings - Prof. Dr. Marty, Aileen Maria

Title 4: Prevention of Infectious Diseases Associated with Mass Gatherings In Preparation for the World Cup 2022 - Dr. Elmoubasher Abu Baker Abd Farag

Title 5: FIFA World Cup 2022 Health Preparedness: Planning for a Health Legacy - Tina Endericks

 

End of Day 3, Saturday, 18 January 2020