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  • PARALLEL WORKING SESSIONSROUND TABLE 3: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCEChairs: Tran Thi Ngoc Lan, MoH Viet Nam; Sonja Bleuland van Oordt- Dröge, Head of Department General OHS Policy, Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and EmploymentRapporteurs: Dick van Putten, TNO; Rokho Kim, WHO/EUROObjective:To identify strategic directions and actions for participatory healthgovernance and leadership regarding the health of workers in thecontext of primary health care reforms. 1
  • PARALLEL WORKING SESSIONSROUND TABLE 3: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCESuggested questions:1 To what extend the health of workers is or should be considered in healthcare reforms?Suggested answers:1 ALWAYS AND COMPLETELY2 BASIC SERVICE FOR , THROUGH/IN COLLABORATION WITH PHC3 UNDER-SERVED POPULATION FIRST (INFORMAL WORKERS, MIGRANTS, SELF EMPLOYED)4 ALL ADULTS WORK, BASIC HEALTH CARE SERVICE, INCLUDING BASIC OSH5 OHS AS A SPECIFIC SERVICE AS WELL 2
  • PARALLEL WORKING SESSIONSROUND TABLE 3: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE2Suggested questions:Should a new health leadership engage in dialogue with workers representatives, employers and ministries of labour about healthcare reformsSuggested answers:1 MULTIPARTITE: INCLUDING ALL STAKEHOLDERS2 SPECIAL APPROACH INFORMAL SECTOR3 ROLE OF ALL-OF-THE-GOVERNANCE (supported by the Ministry of Labour)4 ROLE OF MUNICIPALITIES (LOCAL GOVERNMENT)5 National and local levels involved in dialogue 3
  • PARALLEL WORKING SESSIONSROUND TABLE 3: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE3 Suggested questions:What health information is NECESSARY TO ENSURE THAT (available and or needed to measure whether) primary care can tackle work-related health problems and access to prevention?Suggested answers:1 INFO ON GOOD PRACTICE (LAW, EDUCATION , SERVICES)2 COMMUNITY OSH PROFILE AND COUNTRY OSH PROFILE3 INFO ON EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORKERS4 GENERAL INFORMATION ON HEALTH, WORK, SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS: MORE SPECIFIC: (INTER-)NATIONAL/LOCAL SURVEY DATA BY (INTER-) NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND WHO-CC, ILO/CIS AND WORLDBANK5 QUALITATIVE DATA MAY BE SUFFICIENT IF QUANTITAVE DATA ARE NOT AVAILABLE (ON PRIMARY PREVENTION)6 BASIC TYPE OF INFO ON WORKING CONDITIONS, WORKERS LIFESTYLE 4 EDUCATION, INTERVENTIONS, SERVICES
  • PARALLEL WORKING SESSIONSROUND TABLE 3: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE4 Suggested questions:What actions should be undertaken to move to participatory health governance for workers health at the local, national and international level, including research to fill knowledge gaps?Suggested answers:TOP 4 (OF 13 MENTIONED/AGREED)1 URGE RATIFICATION AND/OR IMPLEMENTATION: ILO C 161,155,1782 ENGAGE EVERY STAKEHOLDER IN HEALTHCARE REFORM3 SET UP A WHO-PLATFORM FOR DISSEMINATION FOR OSH-INFORMATION, e.g. COUNTRY OSH PROFILE (WHO, ILO), GOOD PRACTICE EXAMPLES, TRAINING MATERIAL4 LINK LABOUR INSPECTORATE WITH OHS AND VICE VERSA 5