Second summer School of Public Health in St Petersburg program:

WEEK 1 Clinical management

JUNE 5 (curator prof. Asplund)

10.00-11.30

Opening of summer School (MAPS main building, Co-chairs prof. Beljakov, Mr. Oertendahl)

Vice-Governor of the St.Petersburg

Head of the Health Committee of the St.Petersburg

Prof. Beljakov - Development of the School of Public Health

Prof. Tkachenko (on behalf of the North-West Branch of Russian academy of Medical Sciences)

Mr. Claes Oertendahl (on behalf of SEEC)

Consul general of Finland in St.Petersburg, Mr. Harri Helenius (Finland)

Deputy director general of STAKES Dr. Mauno Konttinen (Finland)

Director General, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Alfred Kvalheim (Norway)

Dr. Plavinski "Second Summer School on Public Health in St.Petersburg"

11.30-12.00

Coffee-break

12.00-13.30

Professor Halfdan Mahler (Director-General Emeritus of WHO)

13.30-14.15

Lunch

14.15-17.30

1. Clinical management - an introduction into the role of leadership in clinical practice. Professor Kjell Asplund.

2. Patient rights - a comparative presentation between Russian and Sweden.

Two speakers with introductory presentations of 20 minutes each, and a dialogue between the two. (Suggested Swedish participant prof Jan-Otto Ottoson, Russian participant – Prof. A.Zeldin)

 

JUNE 6 (curator Dr. A.Biskup)

9.30-10.00

Group presentation

10.00-10.45

Why we are discussing evidence-based medicine? Dr. S.Plavinski

10.45-11.40

Evidence based medicine and health technology assessment: background,

concept and methodology. Professor Kjel Asplund

11.40-12.00

Coffee break

12.00-13.00

Evidence based medicine background, concept and methodology. Dr. S.Plavinski

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-15.30

Russian perspective on Health Technology Assessment and Evidence Based

Medicine. Case presentation. Dr. Andrej Biskup

15.30-17.00

Group work

How EBM could be implemented in Russia.

(lecturers of the day are facilitators)

JUNE 7 (curator prof. Kuznetsova)

9.30-10.00

Group presentation

10.00-11.00

Scandinavian approach to monitoring and evaluation of outcome and quality. Introduction Professor Nina Rehnqvist, National Board of Health and Welfare

11.00-11.40

Disease management in primary health care - integration of health services Professor Olga Kutznetzova, MAPS

11.40-12.00

Coffee break

12.00-13.00

Disease management in specialized medicine - programming for comprehensive clinical work and effective patient flow. Professor Lars Holmberg, Academic hospital, Uppsala

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-15.00

Disease management in specialized medicine - programming for comprehensive clinical work and effective patient flow. Professor Lars Holmberg, Academic hospital, Uppsala (continued…)

15.00-17.00

Group work

Quality and disease management with Scandinavian-Russian facilitators around pre-arranged cases. (eight facilitators four Scandinavian, four Russians)

JUNE 8 (curator prof. A.Milton)

9.30-10.30

Group reports

10.00-11.30

Staff management. Expert discussion. Pro. Beljakov, Prof. Mazurov, Prof. Kouznetsova

11.30-12.00

Coffee break

12.00-13.30

The role of professionalism Professor Anders Milton and Lena Svodstrem

13.30-14.30

Lunch

14.30-16.00

Panel discussion on the relationship between professions, between nurses and physicians. Multidisciplinary teams (Swedish participants and E.Pushkova, prof. Mazurov, chief nurse polyclinics 34)

16.00-17.30

General discussion and group presentation

Home-work: create clinical management questionnaire

JUNE 9

9.00-9.45

Discussion of questionnaire

10.00-15.00

Five groups will have one clinic in St Petersburg each to analyze by means of a prearranged set of questions. During weekend and coming week, reports will be written on Russian Clinical Management to be presented on last day of summer School as a part of the examination procedures.

Clinics:

Neurosurgery

Center "Microsurgery of eye"

MAPS clnics

Poycinics 34

Family Medicine Center of MAPS

15.00-16.00

Lunch

16.00-17.00

Discussion in the end of the day

WEEK TWO. Health promotion and disease prevention

JUNE 12 (curator B.Lindstrom)

9.30-11.00

Health promotion. What it is and what it is not? (Bengt Lindstrom)

11.00-11.40

WHO's Health 21 strategies. (Senior advisor Mari Hakkala)

11.40-12.00

Coffe-break

12.00-12.30

Epidemiology as a basis for prevention. Risk factors for CHD mortality in St.Petersburg population study (prof Klimov A.N.)

12.30-13.30

Problems of patient compliance Prof. Vladimir Simanenkov

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-15.00

Social basis of prevention (E.Varavikova)

15.00-16.00

Health as a precondition for economic development (Mr. Claes Ortendahl)

16.00-17.00

Group work: Possibilities of prevention in modern Russia. The role of social work (5 groups)

Group presentation

JUNE 13 (curator Dr. Kerttu Perttila) :

1. Health promotion toolbox.

9.30-10.30

Intersectoral collaboration. (Dr. Kerttu Perttila)

10.30-11.30

Community analysis - how to analyze community (Prof. Harri Vertio)

11.30-12.00

Coffee break

12.00-12.30

Self-care education in the community. (Prof. Harri Vertio)

12.30-13.30

NGOs for better Social Welfare and Health (Anna Skovrtsova, oncology care – I.Zhiltsova and diabetic care – M.Shipulina)

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-14.45

Smoking prevention – Swedish outlook (C.Oertedahl)

14.45-15.45

Smoking prevention in the young adults (prof. V.Medvedev)

15.45-17.00

Develop plans of interaction with community structures basing on needs

defined of the first day.

JUNE 14 (curator E.Frolova)

9.30-10.00

Group presentation

10.00-11.00:

Disease prevention strategies: population based and high risk (KTL

speaker, e.g. Dr. Tiina Laatikainen)

Comparative presentations:

11.00-11.40

The Tromso Heart study (Inger NjÜlstad)

11.40-12.00

Coffee break

12.00-13.00

The North Karelia project (KTL speaker Dr. Tiina Laatikainen)

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-15.00

Russian experience (Pontonnaya (E.Frolova)).

16.00-17.00

Group work:

Elaborate plan for prevention by indicating strong and weak point. Usage of international experience.

JUNE 15 (curator O.Kuznetsova)

9.30-10.00

Group presentation

10.00-11.30

Drug and alcohol abuse. Community based approaches. School based

interventions. (comparative presentations Russian and Finnish speakers,

prof. L.Spilenja, Riku Lehtovuori)

11.30-11.50

Coffee break

12.40-13.30

Tuberculosis in modern Russia. Current situation. Prevention strategy.

(Russian speaker prof. Balasanjan G.S, prof. Einar Heldal)

13.30-14.30

Lunch

14.30-16.00

STD, hepatitis, HIV-infections. (Russian speaker prof. Raznatovski, prof. Rahmanova A.G., Dr. Riikka Potsonen)

16.00-17.00

Group work:

Develop plan of infectious diseases or drug/alcohol abuse prevention on the local level. Indicate available resources and possible problems

JUNE 16

9.30-10.00

Group presentation

10.00-11.00

Behavioral frameworks for health promotion (Dr. Antti Uutela,)

11.00-11.50

Prevention and screening. Cost and effectiveness. Evidence-based approach. (Dr. Frolova E.V.)

11.50-12.10

Coffee break

12.10-13.00

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-17.00

Examination: Project presentation

Written examination