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Launch of ENLACE: Data Portal on NCDs, Mental Health and External Causes – PAHO/WHO

The Department of Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health (NMH) invites you to participate in the launch event of “ENLACE, the PAHO Data Portal on Noncommunicable Diseases, Mental Health and External Causeson Tuesday, 18 January 2022 desde 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (EST).

Recognizing the value and relevance of data for accelerating the efforts to achieve regional and national commitments, as well as the organization’s mandates and action plans, the Department of NMH has been applying innovative approaches to improve access to reliable data and information, and their use to support decision-making and guide technical cooperation activities. In this context, the NMH Department developed the PAHO data portal on noncommunicable diseases, mental health, and external causes (LINK).

This virtual event will introduce ENLACE and showcase some of the relevant topics, including their interactive visualizations and tools. This event will serve as an opportunity to share new content and tools to support regional and national efforts to reduce the impact of noncommunicable diseases, mental health conditions, and violence and injuries on the population of the Americas.

The session will be available in English and Spanish with simultaneous translation.

  • 11:00 am Welcome and opening remarks.
    • A call for strengthening health information systems, data governance, sharing, and use for health actions.
      • Dr. Jarbas BarbosaAssistant Director, PAHO
  • 11:05 a.m. Relevance of the noncommunicable diseases and mental health (NMH) data portal to achieve global and regional commitments, as well as the organization’s mandates and action plans.
    • Dr Anselm HennisDirector Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health, PAHO
  • 11:15 a.m. Showcase of the NMH Data Portal.
    • The ENLACE data portal: a resource to support the day-to-day accessing and tracking epidemiological and risk factors data, and implementation of policies and interventions at regional and national levels.
    • moderated by Silvana LucianiUnit Chief, Noncommunicable Diseases and Violence Prevention Unit, PAHO
      • Introduction and overview of the PAHO data portal LINK.
        Ms. Silvana LucianiUnit Chief, Noncommunicable Diseases and Violence Prevention Unit, PAHO.
      • Monitoring the level and trends of suicide in the Americas for SDG indicator 3.4.2
        Dr. Renato Oliveira e SouzaUnit Chief, Mental Health and Substance Use, PAHO.
      • Monitoring Noncommunicable Disease (NCD) Progress Indicators.
        Dr. Roberta CaixetaAdvisor, NCD surveillance, prevention, and control, PAHO.
      • Homicides, the burden of other forms of interpersonal violence, and the country responses.
        Ms Britta BaerAdvisor, Violence, and Injury Prevention, PAHO
      • Salt/sodium intake reduction policies in the Americas.
        Dr Leendert NederveenAdvisor, Food, Nutrition and Physical Activity in Schools, PAHO
  • 12:00 pm The contribution of ENLACE data portal to institutional data strategies and initiatives.
    • Dr. Sebastian Garcia-Saiso, Director, Evidence, and Intelligence for Action in Health, PAHO
  • 12:10 pm Questions and answers and interaction with the audience
  • 12:30 pm Closing remarks
    • Dr Anselm HennisDirector Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health, PAHO
  • 8:00 a.m. – Los Angeles
  • 10:00 a.m. – Belmopan, Guatemala City, Mexico City, Managua, San José (CR), San Salvador, Tegucigalpa
  • 11:00 am – Bogotá, Kingston, Havana, Lima, Nassau, Quito, Port of Spain Washington DC
  • 12:00 pm – Bridgetown, Caracas, Castries, Georgetown, La Paz, San Juan, Santo Domingo
  • 1:00 pm – Asuncion, Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Paramaribo, Santiago
  • 5:00 pm – Geneva, Madrid

For other cities, check the time in the following link


LINK

ENLACE data portal provides information on the health status of the population, as well as about the progress on the implementation of policies and interventions to reduce the impact of NCDs and their risk factors, mental health conditions, and violence and injuries on the population of the Americas.

ACCESS TO LINK

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