ISNTD FESTIVAL

2019

PROGRAMME

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ISNTD Festival brings together the creative arts and global health communities to explore the issues, challenges, opportunities and solutions that are needed to transform research into actual change.

 

ISNTD Festival will aim to open the black box between informative research and policy and use science communication to oxygenate the issues around community cohesion, disease awareness, behavioural insight, behavioural intervention, stigma allievation, programme development, mental health, education, advocacy, fundraising and many, many more.

 

ISNTD Festival will have....

 

• plenary SPEAKERS to guide thought leadership

• PANEL DEBATES to stimulate cross talk and cross pollination of ideas between the panels and the audience

informative and practical interactive WORKSHOPS to educate and develop solutions

• WORKSHOPS for detailed and hands on engagement with a variety of communication modalities

 

to shape discourse acoss the following themes....

Please get in touch to discuss speaking slots, panel and workshops aswell as any submissions  for the showcase - please contact Kaman Rafiq krafiq@isntd.org or Marianne Comparet comparetm@isntd.org

DRAFT SCHEDULE (confirmed speakers below, with more to follow!)

 

8.30  //  Registration and coffee

 

9.00  //  Welcome by ISNTD and Keynote Speech

 

• Imran Khan (Wellcome Trust, Head of Public Engagement)

 "Communicating science & research: from facts to emotion"

 

 

9.15  //  Session 1: Creative strategies for patient engagement and patient centricity

 

• Robb Butler (World Health Organisation)

The WHO and patient engagement challenges

 

• Richard Ashdown (McCann Global Health)

How can commercial marketing & communications expertise help drive demand for healthier ways of living around the globe?

 

• Ruth Persian (The Behavioural Insights Team)

The impact of virtually observed treatment on TB medication adherence

 

• Annie Wilkinson (Institute of Development Studies)

The Ebola Response Anthropology Platform: communications platforms to tackle public health crises

 

• Margaret Olele (American Business Council)

The increasing importance of data in building the link between grassroots and policy makers

 

PANEL DISCUSSION 1 – Chaired by Kasia Hein-Peters (VP, Global Marketing and Communication, Terumo BCT)

 

 

10.45 // Coffee Break

 

 

11.10 // Session 2: Communication challenges & global health

 

• Alan Tennenberg (Chief Medical Officer, Johnson & Johnson)

 

• Juan Hindo (IBM Corporate Citizenship)

Creating empathy and engagement through multi-directional scientific “engaged communication

 

• Richard Allan (The MENTOR Initiative)

Communication and Capacity Building for Tropical Disease Control in Humanitarian Crises

 

• Bumpei Tamamura (GHIT Fund)

Building a Brand and Trust from Zero

 

• Claude Oeuvray (Merck Global Health Institute)

How to engage an organization in the fight against malaria

 

• Ann-Marie Sevcsik (UBS Optimus Foundation)

Giving communities a voice through smart philanthropy

 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION 2 – Chaired by Andrew Jack (Head of Curated Content and the Editor for FT Health at the Financial Times)

 

13.00 // Lunch

 

 

13.50 // Session 3: From Science to People: Projects, Tools & Production Strategies

 

3A // CREATIVITY, SCIENCE & PUBLIC HEALTH MESSAGING 

• Suzanne Duce (University of Dundee)

Symbiosis Sci-Art, Dundee: the synthesis of art and scientific research

 

• Marybeth Dawson (Emerson College)

Designing game-based WASH curricula for children: how a trickster spider and boy with super strength brought our transmedia program to life

 

• Darren Gray (Australia National University)

The Magic Glasses: a cartoon video to address STH and WASH

 

• Alex Kumar

Global Health Stories: reporting from the field

WORKSHOPS

 

Current workshops include:

 

Mobile Gaming (Charlotte Hemingway, Serious Gaming Unit - Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine)

 

Theatre: a compelling tool for complex global health and behavioural interventions (Alex Dower, Acting for Health)

 

• The Role of Comedy in Public Health Messaging (Rachel Cole-Wilkin)

 

Writing for impact (Zoe Mullan, The Lancet Global Health)

 

Story shifter, big data and story telling for the social good (Lisa Russell, Film Director)

 

Communicating science & research: from facts to emotion: The value of video from the field to motivate policy-makers to make evidence-based healthcare policy changes (Jamie Guth, Global Health Connections)

 

Open science techniques for resilient and autonomous ecosystems of care (Anique Yael Vered Research Coordinator at Edgeryders)

 

Open Data Kit (Dr. Chrissy Roberts, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

 

Resistance101 and ResistanceSim: Gaming to understand insecticide resistance in vector control

Kirsten Duda (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine)

 

 

 

Click here for WORKSHOPS detailed information.

 

 

3B // COMMUNITIES & DATA

• Aaron Hoyles (Break Dengue)

Thinking globally, acting locally: a data+people solution to the dengue problem

 

• Jonas Stockfleth (the FilmYard)

Using Facebook data and advertising for good?

 

• Ali Floyd (University of Dundee)

The Centre for the Arts Infecting Research

 

• Andrew Wyborn

Joining the communication dots usinga mobile application platform?

14.50 // WORKSHOPS 

Mobile Gaming (Charlotte Hemingway, Serious Gaming Unit - Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine)

 

Writing for Impact (Zoe Mullan, Editor, The Lancet Global Health)

 

• The Role of Comedy in Public Health Messaging (Rachel Cole-Wilkin)

 

• Communicating science & research: from facts to emotion: The value of video from the field to motivate policy-makers to make evidence-based healthcare policy changes (Jamie Guth, Global Health Connections)

 

 

 

15.35 // WORKSHOPS

• Resistance101 and ResistanceSim: Gaming to understand insecticide resistance in vector control (Kirsten Duda, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine)

 

• Story shifter, big data and story telling for the social good (Lisa Russell, Film Director)

 

Open science techniques for resilient and autonomous ecosystems of care (Anique Yael Vered Research Coordinator at Edgeryders)

 

Open Data Kit (Dr. Chrissy Roberts, LSHTM)

 

Theatre: a compelling tool for complex global health and behavioural interventions (Alex Dower, Acting for Health)

 

 

16.20 // Coffee

 

 

16.50 // Session 4: Lessons Learned and the Road Ahead

 

• Lisa Russell (Film Director) -

Responsible storytelling: changing the narrative of global health

 

• Pamela Bongkiyung (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) -

The Changing Landscape of Communicating Science: Little Tips & Tricks in Dismantling Big Scientific Concepts

 

• Thomas Davies (Uniting to Combat NTDs) -

Designing effective communications for the needs of your audience

 

• Jamie Guth (Global Health Connections) -

The post-truth era in global health and what communications professionals need to do

 

 

18.00 // Concluding remarks & drinks

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