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Moh Moh Hlaing
Good evening everyone. Greeting from Myanmar
Thank you, Andrea! An excellent overview!
E. Marsha Elixson
Indeed! Great presentation Andrea thanks!
hi this is shazia from Pakistan indeed a great ppt and true reflection of what we see in LMIC
Syed Mahboob Shah United Arab Emirates, With the rise of obesity risk factors for heart disease are emerging as huge burden in the very children
Grace Eddy Amewu
Great. Thanks for this insightful presentation
Thank you for the excellent presentation and wealth of information, Drs. Lincetto and Were!
Thank you all for this presentation !!!
I would like to know how the needs of children with congenital and acquired heart diseases are being addressed through WHO's Essential Medicines List (EML). Also how are equipment needs for young children being addressed and does the EML system go far enough to improve access to child-focused treatments and equipment?
Thanks for this great webinar and I look forward to reviewing WHOs resources and tools.
We will follow-up with all materials and presentation slides. Kindly find in the following links for WHO material listinghttps://www.who.int/maternal_child_adolescent/documents/child/en/
Moh Moh Hlaing
By attending this webinar, I've found that we need to conduct research on congenital heart disease among community is still need in Myanmar
Seminal papers on RHD published in Circulation mentioned:https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000921https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000922
hi mychelle im not surw if WHO has a chd wing they are more in to communicable disease in LMIC
Children's HeartLink has published policy briefs on CHD here https://childrensheartlink.org/the-invisible-child/
Surgical care for children WHO Bulletin publication article: https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/97/4/18-216028.pdf
BBC Storyworks sponsored by World Heart Federation that was previewed at start of webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Lp_kuX1_w8&ab_channel=WorldHeartFederation
REACH Resources FYI: https://www.rheach.org/resources
We hope your organization can sign on and support the declaration: https://www.global-arch.org/declaration-of-rights-of-individuals-affected-by-childhood-onset-heart-disease/
Please join Global ARCH by signing the Declaration of Rights of individuals affected by childhood-Onset Heart Disease
We would be happy to share the data and opportunity to advocate with all of you, Dr. Lincetto. Civil society is interested to work with WHO and with other leaders in the NGO and the academic community.
that would be wonderful and helpful mychelle
Ruth you are an inspiration, and we at Global ARCH are honoured to have you representing us
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I think we can integrate into primary level care, use of ultrasound to screen and detect RHD, and mentoring.
Thanks to all for a great webinar! This is an important topic and I hope we can continue the discussion on the broad topic of heart disease in children, both acquired and congenital. Subspecialty care is critical but it is also important to integrate services in primary care, when possible. Thanks for these great messages! Let's hope that UHC will be included.
E. Marsha Elixson
Thank you for presenting this topic. Well done.
not only RHD i think it will help scren CHD as well . Teaching primary care general clinical presenting sysmptoms signs pulse oximetry and may be general 4 -5chamber views on ultra sound
Very informative presentation. Thank you!
Great session, many thanks.
2021 is another critical year in term of the RHD Resolution. At the World Health Assembly in May countries will report back on progress since the Resolution was passed. This is the only reporting period scheduled and so there is a risk that RHD will fall off the WHO’s agenda again if countries don’t renew their mandate. Please get in touch to join our advocacy efforts.
Thanks for a wonderful webinar!
Thank you all!