Programme
(Tentative; to be updated)

1. Welcome and Introductions

1.1. Introductory Remarks
    N.N., Minister of AYUSH (Mo AYUSH), India

1.2. Introductory Remarks
    N.N., WHO Regional Office, N.N WHO Country Office India


2. Traditional medicine and Universal Health Coverage in India
Vd. Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary, MoA
3. Increasing WHO’s impact through strategic use of data and evidence
Samira Asma, Assistant Director General, DDI, WHO


Duration: 90min

4. Counting traditional medicine encounters: status and challenges for collection and classification of clinical data in traditional medicine

Remarks by:
4.1. Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Health and Population, Mr. Upendra Yadav
4.2. Bangladesh’s Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Mr. Zahid Maleque
4.3. Bhutan’s Minister of Health, Dr. Dechen Wangmo
4.4. South Africa’s Minister of Health Dr. Zwelini Mkhize
4.5. Sri Lanka’s Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine
4.6. India’s Minister of AYUSH
4.7. Japan’s, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare, Ms. Jimi Hanako
4.8. Iran’s Ministry of Health and Medical Education, TM Advisor to the Minister, Mr. Mohammad Hadi Imaniyeh
4.9. Myanmar, University of Traditional Medicine, Mandalay, Prof Win Soe


Duration: 90min

5. Adapting ICD to the 21st century - key features and value proposition of ICD-11
     Robert Jakob, DDI/CAT, WHO

6. Implementation arrangements for ICD-11
     Nenad Kostanjsek, DDI/CAT, WHO

7. The importance of Traditional Medicine data
     Geetha Krishnan Gopalakrishna Pillai, IHS/TCI, WHO


Duration: 45min

8. Relevance and regulation of Traditional Medicine in Health Systems

Remarks by:
8.1. Australia’s Minister of Aged Care & Senior Australians, Richard Colbeck
8.2. Curacao’s Minister of Health, Mrs. Suzanne Camelia Romer
8.3. Guyana’s Minister of Public Health, Mrs. Volda Lawrence
8.4. Hungary’s Minister of Human Capacities, Prof. Miklos Kasler
8.5. Jamaica’s Minister of Health & Wellness, Dr Christopher Tufton
8.6. Trinidad & Tobago’s Minister of Health, Mr.Terrence Deyalsingh
8.7. Germany’s Parliamentary State Secretary Ministry of Health, Ms Sabine Weiss
8.8. Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Health, Mr. F. Rakhimkulov


Duration: 90min


9. Delhi Declaration on TM data - Introduction
     PN Ranjit Kumar, MoA, India


Duration: 15min

10. Roundtable on TM data and digital health

RT Moderator: Dr. DC Katoch, Adviser, MoA, India
RT Participants:
• Germany (ICD-11 implementation preparation for digital communication
• India (Electronic Medical Record system in AYUSH)
• Jamaica (ICD-11 API integration in EMR)
• Japan (ICD-11 & TM Big Data project)


Duration: 90min

11. Moving forward

11.1. Delhi Declaration on TM data - Discussion
Vaidya KS Dhiman, DG, CCRAS, Ministry of AYUSH, Geetha Krishnan Gopalakrishna Pillai, IHS/TCI

11.2. Delhi Declaration on TM data - Discussion
Robert Jakob, Nenad Kostanjsek DDI/CAT, WHO

12. Closure
Vd. Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary, MoA, India