Moldova National Center of Public Health - Mia Wright EVMS MPH 2015

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National Center of Public Health (NCPH) – Accreditation 2010: National Center of Public Health (NCPH ) – Accreditation 2010 Presented by Mia Wright NCPH PART I: NCPH Work PART II: Epidemiological Surveillance of Communicable Diseases and Public Health Events PART III: “Vaccine Store”: NCPH PART I: NCPH Work PART II: Epidemiological Surveillance of Communicable D iseases and Public H ealth E vents PART III: “Vaccine Store” PART I: NCPH Work : PART I: NCPH Work Legislative Reform During 2009-2010, legal framework created to perform reforms in the Public Health Service 02/2009, Law was adopted on State Surveillance of P. H. 12/2010, regulation of state service for surveillance of P. H. was approved by government 08/2010, orders of Minister of Health on state surveillance service of P.H. national health policy New Responsibilities Science and Research in Public Health Public Health Management Sanitary Surveillance Health promotion Epidemiological surveillance on communicable diseases CHALLENGES: CHALLENGES NCPH P.H. Challenges non-communicable diseases (CVD, cancer and liver disease) Communicable diseases New lifestyle related challenges, including obesity and type II diabetes Demographic Challenges Aging migration for higher income smaller economically active population Medium Term Priorities: Medium Term Priorities Reinforce P.H . sub-legal instruments for Law on state surveillance Finish reform in laboratory network reorganization of P.H. service Strengthen the capacities of the Ministry of Health (MOH) Increase efficacy of human resources management Development of quality management in P.H. centers Establish new surveillance system of noncommunicable diseases ( requires assistance ) PART II: Epidemiological Surveillance of Communicable Diseases and P.H. Events : PART II: Epidemiological Surveillance of Communicable D iseases and P.H. Events Motivations International Health Regulations (IHR) desires to strengthen surveillance and lab capacity to detect, notify , assess. alert and control events constituting a national international threat for the P.H. In Regards to Surveillance Legal Framework...: In Regards to Surveillance Legal Framework... National Health Policy (2007-2021) established national health sector priorities and defining the strategic actions Health Care system development strategy for the period (2008-2017) stipulates the implementation of actions in order to solve priority problems and optimization of surveillance system by developing electronic system Surveillance and control of communicable disease Early warning and rapid response system in case of P.H. risks and events National Programs and Action Plans approved by governmental decisions Immunization for 2011-2015 Surveillance and control on: tuberculosis Hepatitis B and C AIDS PowerPoint Presentation: Polio Diphtheria, Tetanus Hep B Hib MMR Pertusis BCG Financing in Relation to Immunizations : Financing in Relation to Immunizations System for Epidemiological surveillance of communicable diseases: System for Epidemiological surveillance of communicable diseases 30 priority diseases and public health problems Surveillance system in the Republic of Moldova Routine, including electronic system Sentinel (Rotavirus inf., Influenza – ILL, ARI, SARI) Weekly monitoring – seasonal (acute intestinal and respiratory infections) Laboratory network: 37 microbiological laboratories of CPH territorial Laboratories of departments and medical institutions National reference laboratories from NCPH Part of international lab networks ( measals ,/rubella, Polio influenza, Salmonellosis – WHO accreditation) Participate at External Quality Control Programs Orgainize External Quality Control Programs – two times/per year, with workshops and training Surveillance System Including All Levels of Health Systems According to Annex 1 IHR(2005): Surveillance System Including All Levels of Health Systems According to Annex 1 IHR(2005) NATIONAL LEVEL Assessment Notification Public Health Response INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Confirmation Notification Assessment LOCAL LEVEL Detect events and risks Report Implement preliminary control measures PART III: “Vaccine Store”: PART III: “Vaccine Store” Store divided in 3 parts: Logistics Storage Heart of vaccine store All vaccines for entire country come here: National Immunization Program allowed for vaccinations here against 12 diseases ~44,000 cases of pneumonia in Moldova every year Vaccinations covered only for children; not enough money at this point for others although desire to implement it for older population Storage for all vaccination products: syringes, safety box, etc.: Storage for all vaccination products: syringes, safety box, etc. Heart of vaccine store: Heart of vaccine store 3 refrigerators for storing vaccines There is a method implemented to checking the temperatures Vaccines come from 9 different countries (Holland, Belgium, U.S., Japan, India, China (mostly syringes) Rotarix Vaccine (from Belgum ) Hep B Vaccine Td Vaccine (from India) Other Resources: Other Resources 2 generators Facility room for higher BSL-level organisms REFERENCES: REFERENCES http://cnsp.md/735-2/ http://www.ianphi.org/membercountries/memberinformation/moldova.html#institute1 http://cnsp.md/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Raport-National-SSSSP.pdf http://www.gavialliance.org/Country/Moldova/Documents/CMYPs/Comprehensive-multi-year-plan-for-2011-2015/

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