C3 Collaborating for Health believes that only by working together can we make it easier to be healthy.

Monday 19 April

Below is the agenda and pdfs of all available presentations given on the first day of the OxHA Summit ’10. Please note – many of these presentations are large files!

For day 2’s presentations, click here >>

The event was chaired by Richard Smith (UnitedHealth Chronic Disease Initiative) and Nikhil Tandon (Department of Endocrinology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi).


Welcome to the summit

  • Christine Hancock, Director, C3 Collaborating for Health (by video)

Introduction to the Oxford Health Alliance

  • David Matthews, Executive Coordinator, OxHA (by video): click here >>

Overview of India and non-communicable diseases

  • Dr Prabhakaran, Executive Director, Centre of Chronic Disease Control, India
  • Pdf: click here >>
  • Video: click here >>

A scorecard for chronic disease: Advancing health literacy globally among key audiences

  • Scott Ratzan, Vice President Global Health, Government Affairs and Policy, Johnson & Johnson
  • Pdf: click here >>
  • Video: click here >>

The Abu Dhabi model for tackling cardiovascular risk

  • Oliver Harrison, Director of Public Health and Policy, Health Authority – Abu Dhabi
  • Pdf: click here >>
  • Video: click here >>

How to scale up and sustain interventions

  • MEND – Paul Sacher, Chief Research and Development Officer, MEND (by phone): pdf click here >>; video: click here >>
  • Agita Mundo – Victor Matsudo, Chairman of the Physical Activity Network for the Americas. Video: click here >>


Global Alliance for Chronic Disease

  • Cristina Rabadan-Diehl, Director, NHLBI Global Health Initiative:
  • Pdf: click here >>
  • Video: click here >>

Commercial incentives to change behaviour: evidence, science and rewards

  • Greg Morris, Senior Actuary, Discovery Holdings Ltd, South Africa:
  • Pdf: click here >>
  • Video: click here >>

Initiatives under way in China

  • Rural initiative – Lijing L. Yan, Director, China International Center for Chronic Disease Prevention [presentation not available]
  • Community interventions for health in Hangzhou – Jun Lv, Peking University Health Science Center
  • Pdf: click here >>
  • Video: click here >>

Using new technology

  • Using wireless technology to combat diabetes along the US and Mexico border – Chris Walker, Director, Public Health Programs, Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute, California. Video: click here >>
  • The story of chronic disease: a challenge and an opportunity – Eddie McCaffrey, Joose TV, and OxHA’s New Media Director (by video): click here >> and see the 3FOUR50 Global Audit here >>