Day 0 (21 March 2017)

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TUESDAY, 21 MARCH 2017REGISTRATION  3.00-5.00pm

 

Day 1 (22 March 2017)

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WEDNESDAY, 22 MARCH 2017Fostering Maritime Health through Strategic Partnerships: Pre-shipboard Viewpoints
7.00am On-site Registration
8.30am-9.30am
Opening Ceremonies
Entrance of Colors
National Anthem of the
Republic of the Philippines
Invocation
MAAP Marine Cadets
Opening Remarks Marcel Joseph Alcaraz, MD, Philippines
President, Maritime Clinics & Doctors Association of the Phil. (MARCDOC)
IMHA President’s Message Ilona Denisenko, MD, Russia
President, International Maritime Health Association (IMHA)
Introduction of the Keynote Speaker Joseph Bien Abesamis, MD, Philippines
Vice President, International Maritime Health Association (IMHA)
Keynote Speech Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial, MD, Philippines
Secretary, Department of Health, Republic of the Philippines
Program Overview Clarissa M. Mendoza, MD, Philippines
Chair, Scientific Committee, ISMH 14
Master of Ceremonies:  Paul Teves, MD
9.30am-10.00am 2nd Dr. A. Ward Gardner Memorial Lecture
Introduction of the Memorial Lecturer
Susannah Salvador, MD, PhilippinesMaritime Health: What Changes and What Stays the Same
Tim Carter, MD, United Kingdom
         
10.00am-10.40am MARITIME SCHOOLS: A PARTNERSHIP ANCHORED ON HEALTH EDUCATION
Chair: Peter Dator, MD, Philippines
 
Education and Training:  Implications to Health
Engr. Felix Oca, Philippines
 
MANNING AGENCIES: A PARTNERSHIP ANCHORED ON A HEALTHY CREW POOL
Understanding Critical Functions on Board and the Implications to Fitness
Jose Albar G. Kato, Philippines
10.40am-11.00am COFFEE BREAK/POSTER SESSION
11.00am-12.00pm 11.40am-12.00pm
Breakout Session 1
Mitigating Occupational Mental Health Hazards On-Board
Chair:  Atty Mike Selidio, PhilippinesPaper Presentations

  • An Assessment of Perceptions and Experiences of Resilience, Stress and Wellbeing and of an Offshore Positive Psychology (Resilience) Intervention Amongst Seafarers
    Joanne McVeigh, Ireland
  • A Study on the Increase In Mental Health Issues In Indian Seafarers
    Corinne Idnani, MD, India
  • Prevention of psychoactive substances abuse among French seafarers
    Thierry Sauvage, MD, France
  • Can ‘Instant Learning’ of Basic Medical Skills Be Used Successfully on Board Ships at Sea in Case of Medical Emergencies?
    Walther Boon, The Netherlands
Breakout Session 2
Global Maritime Health Care and Innovations
Chair: Teresita Gonzales, MD, Philippines
 
Paper Presentations

  • Swinging the Lantern: A Critical Historical Analysis Exploring the Health Care Experiences of Seafarers
    Shannon Guillot-Wright, USA
  • Seafarer Healthcare on Cruise Ships:  A Paradigm Shift
    Grant Tarling, MD, MPH, USA 
  • Gaps of Maritime Health Research in Latin America-A Literature Review
    Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD, Denmark
  • Old Regulation, New Medicine, and Change
    Nigel Griffiths , Singapore
12.00pm-1.30pm INDUSTRY LUNCH SYMPOSIUM BY UNILAB / POSTER SESSION
1.30pm-3.00pm PARTNERSHIP WITH ILO/IMO, P&I AND TRADE UNIONS: A LOOK AT THE FITNESS GUIDELINES AND EQUITY FOR SEAFARERS/FISHERMEN IN TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND SELECTION PROCEDURES  
Chair: Joseph Bien Abesamis, MD, Philippines
1.30pm-1.50pm Statutory Medical Certificates: The International Perspective
Tim Carter, MD, United Kingdom
1.50pm-2.10pm Fitness Guidelines: The P&I Perspective
Patrick Bond, United Kingdom P&I
2.10pm-2.30pm Fitness Guidelines: The Fishermen’s Perspective
Cor Blonk, The Netherlands
2.30pm-2.50pm Fitness Guidelines: The Seafarers’ Perspective
Conrad Oca, MD, Philippines
Q&A:  Meet the Experts
3.00pm-3.30pm COFFEE BREAK / POSTER SESSION
3.45pm-5.00pm 3.45pm-5.00pm 3.30pm-5.30pm
Breakout Session 3:
The Science and Practice of PEMEs
Chair:  Joseph Bien Abesamis, MD, Philippines
Paper Presentations

  • Law, Ethics, Medicine and Contract: The Seafarers Medical Examination
    Nigel Griffiths, Singapore
  • Direct and Indirect Effects of Pre-Employment Health Examinations In Different Settings
    Henrik L. Hansen, MD, Denmark
  • What Does the Pattern of Illness at Sea Tell Us about the Effectiveness of the Pre-Employment Medical Examination?
    Sue Stannard, MD, Norway
  • The predictive value of the clinical assessments recommended for seafarer statutory medical examinations
    Tim Carter, MD, United Kingdom
  • The validity of biochemical parameters and imaging techniques in the pre-employment medical examination (PEME) of seafarers
    Alf Magne Horneland, MD, Norway
  • Risk Assessment as a Basis for Reaching A Fitness Decision In the Pre-Employment Medical Examination of Seafarers
    Sue Stannard, MD, Norway
Breakout Session 4:
Telemedicine and  Maritime Health Care
Chair: Norbert Valencia, MD, Philippines
Paper Presentations

  • Pre-employment medical examinations: (PEMES): LOOK BEHIND THE SMILE!
    Prof Eilif Dahl, MD, Norway
  • The Danish Maritime health care model,-towards a modern technological approach.
    Ole Nyvad, MD, Denmark
  • First results of Teledermatological Consultations on cruise Ships
    Jens Tuelsner, MD, Germany
  • Designing a Model To Estimate the Cost of Seafarers’ Repatriations
    Despena Andrioti, MD, Denmark
  • Utilization Rates and Clinical Outcomes for Telemedicine Consultations at Sea
    Antonio Roberto Abaya, MD, Philippines
  • Phosphine Exposure in Maritime Transport. About Two Cases of This Real and Important Risk
    David Lucas, MD, France
Breakout Session 5:
Competences Training in Maritime Health Workshop
Facilitators:  Ma. Luisa Canals, MD and Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD
IMHA Research Group
 
IMHA Research Activities Report: Competences Training and Research
Ma. Luisa Canals, MD, Spain
 
Research of Competences:

  • Maritime Doctors’ Competences, Methods and Problems
    Despena Andrioti, Denmark

Competences of Doctors in Maritime Health and the MLC Convention:

  • Education and Training in Maritime Health
    Suresh Idnani, MD, India

Training Doctors Competences and Tools:

  • Three-Year Residency Training Program in Maritime Health in Thailand
    Thanawat Supanitayanon, MD, Thailand

Doctors’ Competences to Train Seafarers:

  • Teaching Teachers What Competences Seafarers Should Achieve in Maritime Health
    Rob Verbist, MD, Belgium

OBE in Maritime Health:

  • Transforming Learning Competencies to Learning Outcomes aided by Technology
    Prof. Maria Minerva P. Calimag, MD, PhD, Philippines
6.30pm WECOME RECEPTION

Day 2 (23 March 2017)

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THURSDAY, 23 MARCH 2017Fostering Maritime Health through Strategic Partnerships: Shipboard Viewpoints
8.00am-10.30am MEETING THE MLC REQUIREMENT:  ON-SHORE MEDICAL CARE QUALITY WHILE ON-BOARD
Chair: Sally Bell, MB BS, United Kingdom
8.00am-8.20am Telemedicine Update:  Is There Reliable Global Evidence of Illnesses and Injuries On-Board?
How can Telemedical Assistance Services Help Us Learn From Ill or Injured Sailors?
Agnar Tveten, Norway
8.20am-8.40am MEDEVAC Operations at Sea
Prof Konstantin Logunov, Russia
8.40am-9.00am The Ship’s Strategies for Physical and Mental Health Promotion in Seafarers
Kimberly Karlhoej, ITF Seafarers’ Trust, United Kingdom
9.00am-9.20am Medicine Chest:  An IMHA Initiative
Ilona Denisenko, MD, Russia
9.20am-9.40am Update in Cruise Medicine
Prof Eilif Dahl, MD, Norway
Open Forum 
10.00am-10.30am INDUSTRY COFFEE-BREAK SYMPOSIUM BY SANOFI
10.30am-12.00pm 10.30am-12.00pm
Breakout Session 6:
The Physician on Board and Off Board
Chair: Alf Magne Horneland, MD, Norway
Paper Presentations

  • The Ship´s Doctor as a Cruise Line Employee-Less Reason for “Malpractice Fear”?
    Prof Eiilif Dahl, MD, Norway
  • Pursuing MLC 2006-The Role for the Shipping Company’s Occupational Physician: A View from Germany
    Karl-Peter Faesecke, MD, Germany
  • Improving the Cooperation Between Maritime Nations-Can We Harmonise The Training, Approval and Quality Assurance of Seafarer’s Doctors in Different Nations?
    Sue Stannard, MD, Norway
  • Diagnosis, Patterns and Socio-Demographic Characteristics of Evacuations at Sea from 2010-  2014; A Danish Case.
    Assistant Prof Lulu Hjarnoe, Denmark
  • International Maritime Medical Advisory Services, Our Experience to Date
    Katherine Sinclaire, MD, South Africa
  • Prevalence of Hand Eczemas and Dry Hands is Highest In Hotel Department-A 2-Year Study
    Julia Johanna Grannemann, MD, Germany
Breakout Session 7:
Risk Assessment and Preventive Medicine in Maritime Health
Chair:Suresh Idnani, MD, India
Paper Presentations

  • Back Pain Prevention Project for Crew On-Board a Cruise Ship
    Julia Johanna Grannemann, MD, Germany
  • The Use of Integrative Medicine In Prevention of Illnesses With Seamen
    Milenka Vranes Grujicic, MD, Montenegro
  • Prevalence and Associated Factors of Cardio-Metabolic Risk Factors in Iranian Seafarers
    Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD, Denmark
  • Shipboard Management of Surface and Airborne Infectious Disease Risks Through Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) Fogging
    Eric Rasmussen, MD, USA
  • Assessment of Container’s Atmosphere Exposure and Its Impact In A Population of 125 French Dockers
    David Lucas, MD, France
  • Occupation Health Exams to Mitigate Work Related Risks for Globally Travelling Ship Inspectors
    Clara Schlaich, MD, Germany
12.00pm-1.30pm INDUSTRY LUNCH SYMPOSIUM BY UNILAB / POSTER SESSION
1.30pm-3.00pm PARTNERSHIP WITH SHIP-OWNERS AND OPERATORS:  THE CHALLENGES OF KEEPING A HEALTHY CREW POOL
Chair: Prof. Ma. Minerva Calimag, MD, PhD, Philippines
IMHA MEETING
1.30pm-1.50pm Coping with Emerging New Infections
Maria Rhona Bergantin, MD, Philippines
1.50pm-2.10pm The Diabetic Crew:  Treatment Implications of New Anti-diabetic Agents
Sjoberg Kho, MD, Philippines
2.10pm-2.30pm The Hypertensive Crew:  Treatment Implications of the New Antihypertensive Agents
Anna Javier, MD, Philippines
2.30pm-2.50pm Confronting Surgical Issues on Board
Roehl Salvador, MD, Philippines
Open Forum
3.00pm-3.30pm COFFEE-BREAK
3.30pm-5.00pm
Breakout Session 8:
On-Board Medical Care and Medical  Emergencies
Chair:  Ma. Minerva Calimag, MD, PhD, PhilippinesPaper Presentations

  • Mass Casualty Incidents at Sea-Software Supported Triage and Transport Prioritization of Patients
    Denis Gümbel, MD, Germany
  • Triage at Mass Casualty Incidents at Sea-A Systematic Literature Review
    Caspar Ottersbach, Germany
  • Managing Medical Emergencies and Medical Evacuations
    Trish Benson, MD, Singapore
7.00pm GALA DINNER

Day 3 (24 March 2017)

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FRIDAY, 24 MARCH 2017Fostering Maritime Health through Strategic Partnerships: Post-shipboard Viewpoints
6.30am Departure from Manila Hotel to MOA
7.00am-9.00am Ferry Trip to MAAP
9.00am-10.00am PARTNERSHIP WITH P&I AND REPATRIATION CLINICS :  CARE FOR THE REPATRIATED CREW
Chair: Rafael Sison, MD, Philippines
9.00am-9.15am
  • Causes of Repatriations:  Illnesses and Injuries-Can They Be Prevented?
    Gary del Rosario, MD, Philippines
9.15am-9.30am
  • Fitness After Repatriation: Role of the Functional Capacity Evaluation for Low Back Pain-Pros and Cons
    TBC
PARTNERSHIP WITH SHIP-OWNERS :  DEALING WITH WORKING CONDITIONS AND THEIR HEALTH IMPLICATIONS
Chair: Jose Kato, Philippines
9.30am-9.45am
  • Current Challenges Facing Shipowners regarding Seafarers’ Health
    Natalie Shaw, United Kingdom
9.45am-10.00am
  • Merchant Marine Perspective:  ILO Tripartite Agreements on Crew Welfare/Health
    Suresh Idnani,MD, India
10.00am-10.15am
  • Fishermen’s Perspective
    Cor Blonk, The Netherlands
10.00am-10.30am  COFFEE-BREAK
10.15am-10.45am COFFEE BREAK / POSTER SESSION 10.30am-12.00pm
10.45am-12.00pm 10.45am-12.00pm Breakout Session 12:
Global Sea eHealth Meeting and Research  Chair: Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD
 

    • Experiences with the EMR program and Data Export for Research
      Antonio Roberto Abaya, MD, Philippines

 

    • The Open EMR Program
      Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD, Denmark

 

    • The CARE Guidelines for Case Reports
      Prof. Ma. Minerva Calimag, MD, PhD, Philippines

 

    • Search Strategies for Literature Review
      Prof Ma. Minerva Calimag, MD, Philippines

 

    • Technology-enabled Research: Digital Management of Research Workflow
      Prof. Ma. Minerva Calimag, MD, PhD, Philippines

 

    • The Zotero Database for EBM and Research
      Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD, Denmark

 

  • The Global Sea eHealth Horizon 2020 Project
    Olaf Chresten Jensen, MD, Denmark
Breakout Session 9:
Acute and Subacute Illness at Work
Chair: Roehl Salvador, MD, Philippines
 
Paper Presentation

  • Findings of the Work Improvement On-Board (WIB) Program for the Merchant and Fishery Vessels in Japan
    Prof Shuji Hisamune, Japan
  • Analysis of Patients with Decompression Illness Transported via Physician-Staffed Emergency Helicopters
    Prof Youichi Yanagawa, Japan
  • Diagnostic and Treatment Algorithms of Subacute and Acute Back Pain of Crewmembers On-Board a Cruise ship
    Julia Johanna Grannemann, MD, Germany
  • Disability Grading Based on POEA Contract
    Atty. A Hernando Reyes, Philippines
Breakout Session 10:
Seafarer Health, the Philippine Experience
Chair: Emmanuel Nepomuceno, MD, Philippines
 
Paper Presentations

  • Causes of Hospital Admission Among Seafarers in the Philippines
    Prof Richard Javier, Philippines
  • Work location as a Risk Factor for Seafarer Repatriation
    Antonio Roberto Abaya, MD Philippines
  • Urolithiasis Among Seafarers Admitted at AMOSUP-Seamen’s Hospital: Observations from 2010-2015
    Prof Richard Javier, Philippines
  • Does Long Term Length of Stay On-Board Affect the Repatriations Rates of Filipino Seafarers?
    Antonio Roberto Abaya, MD Philippines
  • Prospective Evaluation and Comparison of Combined Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy with Subsequent Incidental Appendectomy to that of Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Alone as indicated among Seafarer Patients
    Dr Michael Dennis De la Paz , MD, Philippines
12.00pm-2.00pm LUNCH AND CLOSING CEREMONIES
12.00pm-2.00pm CLOSING CEREMONIES
Summary of ISMH 14
Clarissa Mendoza, M.D., Chair, Scientific CommitteeTurnover to ISMH 15 Organizers
Marcel Joseph Alcaraz, M.D., Chairman for ISMH 14
2.00pm-4.00pm FERRY TRIP TO MANILA
4.00pm ARRIVAL

 


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