AT6FUI, 2012, August, 1st
Organisational Interface - Optimisation of AT6FUI Low Cost Environment
- Todays Main Topic: Organisational Interfaces:
Action Team 6 Follow-Up Initiative AT6FUI operates under the umbrella of UN Programme on Space Applications (Sergei Chernikov - Member of AT6FUI steering committee). How can AT6FUI learn from other Programmes, Initiatives or Organisations? How can AT6FUI provide helpful milestones to other Initiatives and Programmes by introduction of an OpenCommunity Approach? As introduction some selected videos of other Programmes and Organisations for participants to learn about their mandate and scope.
Some Videos as Introduction of todays main topic:
- Part 1: UN-University Link, e.g. Application and appreciation of (spatially distributed) indigenous and local knowledge for Public Health Risk Mitigation and link to Living Labs and lack of resources for Health Care and Public Health Risk Mitigation). [Video]
- Part 2: UN-SPIDER Link, e.g. apply and use exisiting Health Support Guides at UN-SPIDER Knowledge Portal - AT6FUI should not reinvent the wheel and build on existing resources. [Video]
- Part 3: WHO - Vaccination Week 2012 Public Health Response to Epidemiological Risks (WHO YouTube-Video for Risk Awareness & Visualization of the Role of Vaccination - Public Awareness) [Video]
- Part 4: One Health Initiative (by Ronald Atlas former President of American Society of Microbiology) [Video]
- 8:30am Good Moring - Flashmeeting: Meet & Greet
Welcome to join after arrival at LMP/RMP or UN-Campus - FM is not recorded
- 9:00pm OLAT Environment for Capacity Building provided by Dr. Ingo Dahn IWM University Koblenz-Landau, Application for Course Development Spatial Epidemiology
Flashmeeting: with Pascal Michel, Ingo Dahn
- 9:30am Security Challenges for Virtual Confernces with Luntiocal and Regional Meeting Points [7min] [Video] [Presentation]
- 9.40am United Nations University: Health Perspective of UN-U & Interfaces to AT6FUI by Jessica Rosenfeld UN-U (Head: Dr. Jörg Szarzynski [Video] [Presentation]
Flashmeeting: on the strucure of LMPs and RMPs in the future for AT6FUI Events
- 10:00am Virtual Round Table Discussion for Institutional and Organisational Interface (Report Mechanism and Decision Making)
- Next Workshop 2013 in El Salvador - Options, Challenges, Requirements and Constraints
- Optimization Workshop Structure especially Virtual Participation Mode
- Interface to UN-University (UN-U)
- Flashmeeting: with Members of Steering Committee
- 10:30am Coffee Break (Flashmeeting to contact participants)
- 11:00am Flashmeeting with the Steering Committee of AT6FUI (Head: Prof. Dr. Pascal Michel - Public Health Agency Canada)
- Preparation Sidemeeting 02/2013, UN-OOSA, COPUOS, Vienna
- Workshop "Location" or better selected Presentation Time Zone for 2014??
- 12:00am LUNCH & Open Flashmeeting
- 1:00pm Final Comments of Participants Suggestions and Closing Remarks for Virtual Conference and the possibility to say good bye to other participants
- Feedback: Questionnaire for Feedback and Suggestions
- Optional: You can get an individual Flashmeeting "Room" for Discussions and planning Face2Face meetings in one or the other UN Member States. Please contact spatialpublichealth(a)uni-landau.de for creating a flashmeeting room for you. The flashmeeing can be scheduled in 2012. Please provide the following necessary information for Booking a Flashmeeting:
- Flashmeeting server time in London/England, i.e. Start Time of the Meeting,
- the duration of the meeting and
- number of participants
- Feedback: Questionnaire for Feedback and Suggestions
- 1:20pm Video: Acknowledgements & Thank You [Video]
- The organizers would appreciate some feedback and comments to the pilot of AT6FUI to optimize the next Open Community Meetings in 2013.
Questionnaire for Feedback and Suggestions.
- Interested in Spatial Analysis with OpenSource Software? - Videos GEOSTAT2011 Landau
or see upcoming GEOSTAT2012 in Münster.
- the Spatial Public Health Youtube Channel (prov) or
- your own Youtube Channel provide a link to your video mention this reference in the discussion of the Spatial Public Health Youtube Channel, so that other Open Community Members can find your contribution
This published videos could have the following scope:
- (A) Wrapper Videos for your Peer Reviewed Publications: Subject of the video: Spatial Public Health i.e. dealing with spatial patterns of risk, risk mitigation or optimized allocation of available resources for risk mitigation in the context of One Health. The 15min video should create awareness about your new results in the Open Community of Practice and could lead to cross validation of your results in other field studies or lead to improvement of local public health risk mitigation programs (e.g. NefroLempa). The submitted post-conference videos will be integrated in the next workshop.
- with Flashmeeting/OpenMeeting VidConf if at least one of the author participates virtually in the next AT6FUI Workshop 2013
- without Flashmeeting/OpenMeeting VidConf if none of the authors will join the next conference
- (B) Videos about Political decisions in UN Member States in the Context of Spatial Patterns of Public Health Risks and Resources, that support risk mitigation strategies for Public Health. These video about successful examples in UN-Member States can be helpful for replicating the successful projects in other UN Member States.
- (C) Video Presentation about successful Case Studies of these projects should also be published in the context of WHO for Capacity Building, because AT6FUI is a small initiative and WHO can increase the outreach of good capacitiy building material, if it meets the quality standards of WHO (see Interface Analysis WHO for Action Team 6 Follow-Up Initiative).
- (D) Quality Assurance WikiPedia Content Spatial Public Health: Videos on significant Improvement in Spatial Public Health WikiPedia Content (Quality Assurance of Experts in a certain field and the results of discussion analysis on certain WikiPedia Articles.
- (E) Tutorials and HowTos on Application of OpenSource Tools for Spatial Public Health Challenges.L