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The 2022 Meta

Health Summit

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31/05/2022
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Health is everything, but everything is changing: COVID-19 transformed the way we access health information and care. More and more, people expect to find reliable answers to their health questions and even health services digitally and on demand.


On May 19, 2022, Meta hosted a two-hour global virtual event to explore these new needs and how the public health community is using data and digital tools to fulfill them.


Experts from WHO, UNICEF, PSI, CARE and other organizations joined us to share their insights on how digital tools can help create healthier communities. Check out videos from the event to get inspired by their stories and strategies.

Welcome

Kang-Xing Jin, Head of Health, Meta

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Lessons from the COVID-19 response

Stephanie Sasser, Health Partner Management Lead, Meta (moderator)


Andy Pattison, Team Lead, Digital Channels, World Health Organization


Aleksandra Kuzmanovic, Social Media Manager, World Health Organization

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Spotlight:

How can Data for Good insights help uplevel public health strategies?

Frank Murillo, Global Network & Partnership Director, Social Progress Imperative


Dr. Saad Omer, Director, Yale Institute for Public Health; Noory Okthariza, Researcher, Center for Strategic & International Studies


Lilliam Rodríguez, Founder & CEO, VOCES PR

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Introduction:

Connecting access to information to access to care

Antigone Davis, Global Head of Safety, Meta

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Spotlight:

WhatsApp and União BR: Meet the civil society movement that flourished with WhatsApp groups

Marcella Coelho and Tatiana Monteiro de Barros, União BR

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Spotlight:

How the Indonesian Ministry of Health used WhatsApp to drive COVID-19 vaccine uptake

Budi Gunadi Sadikin, Minister of Health, Republic of Indonesia

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Panel discussion:

Connecting access to information to access to care

Clair Deevy, Director of Social Impact, WhatsApp


Dr. Eix Suriyasangpetch, Founder & CEO, Ooca


Debbie Rogers, CEO, Praekelt.org

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Introduction:

Using technology to improve health behavior research

Rachel Behler, PhD, Research Scientist, Meta

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Spotlight:

CARE US shares why identifying trusted messengers was key to their vaccine campaign success

Pari Chowdhary, Technical Advisor, Sexual and Reproductive Health Impact, CARE

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Panel discussion:

Using technology to improve health behavior research

Prof. Heidi J. Larson, PhD, Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, LSHTM (moderator)


Martin Dale, Global Director for Digital Health and Monitoring, Population Services International (PSI)


Deepa Risal Pokharel, Senior Adviser of Social and Behavior Change, Health-Immunization Section, UNICEF

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Spotlight:

Therapist Kati Morton has spent 11 years building online communities - here’s what she’s learned

Kati Morton, LMFT; Mental Health Content Creator

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Panel discussion:

The role of communities in access to care

John Cantarella, VP of Community and Impact Partnerships, Meta (moderator)


Dr. Gbemisola Boyede, CEO, Ask the Paediatricians Foundation


Kirsty O’Callaghan, Director of Community Resilience, Mobilization and Transformation, NHS Mid Essex Health and Care Partnership

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Spotlight:

Carter’s quest: How one young man was motivated to use his left hand with Oculus Quest


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Closing remarks

Kang-Xing Jin, Head of Health, Meta

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