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					Makerere University School
     of Public Health




  ALCOHOL EPIDEMIOLOGY
   AND POLICY MEETING
                     THE FIRST KBS THEMATIC
                       MEETING IN AFRICA


                   15 – 18 NOVEMBER 2010
                 SPEKE RESORT, MUNYONYO
                     KAMPALA, UGANDA


                3ND DRAFT OF THE PROGRAM
                                  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We are very grateful to the following organizations for their financial support to both
organization of the conference and sponsorship of participants:

                     FORUT- Campaign for Development and Solidarity
                            World Health Organization (WHO)
                                       GENACIS

We thank the following for their leadership, advice, advocacy and lobbying for funding:

 Management and senior members of the Kettil Brunn Society (KBS) led by the President
                                  Prof. Kate Graham
Management and staff of Makerere University School of Public Health lead by the Dean, Dr
                                    William Bazeyo
  Ministry of Health (MOH) led by the Principal Medical Officer Dr Sheila Ndyanabangi

Special thanks to all individuals who sacrificed their time to plan and work for this
meeting.
The list is long but we beg to mention a few names from the international group: Prof.
Thomas Babor, Prof. Sharon Wilsnack, Prof. Kathryn Graham, Assoc. Prof. Arlinda
Kristjanson, Prof. Moira Plant, Prof. Isidore Obot and Prof. Robin Room all from KBS and
Mrs Carina Ferreira-Borges of WHO AFRO.

We thank organizations which managed to sponsor a number of their staff or staff of
affiliated organization. These include IOGT, Mentor, UYDEL, Serenity centre and PADA.

Last but not least we do thank you participants for sparing your time to come and be part of
this important meeting and we hope you will achieve a lot.

Organizing committee members
Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye Rogers Kasirye                Paul Ebusu          David Kalema
Fred Makumbi                 Ponsiano Ocama             Evelyn Akello       John Mukisa
Max Walusimbi                Josephine A Ocama          David Basangwa      Chris Orach
Noah Kiwanuka                Rogers Mutaawe             Aloysius Ndema      Lydia Mulopa
Joan N Mutyoba               Paul Nyende                Michael Kyomya      Imam Kasozi

IT Support
Deo Ssebuwufu and Stephen Ocaya




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COMMITTEES
National Steering committee

      Name                             Institution
1.    Dr. Sheila Ndyanabangi , Chair   Ministry of Health
2.    Dr. Willam Bazeyo, Co-Chair      MakSPH
3.    Prof. David Guwatudde            MakSPH
4.    Dr. Nazarius M. Tumwesigye       MakSPH
5.    Ms Max Walusimbi                 MakSPH
6.    Mr. Immam Kasozi                 UMYA
7.    Dr. Fredrick Makumbi             MakSPH
8.    Mr. Kalema David                 Serenity Centre
9.    Dr. Michael Kyomya               Uganda Prisons
10.   Ms. Lydia Nabiryo                MoGLSD
11.   Dr. David Basangwa               Butabika

Central Organizing committee

Name                                   Institution
Dr. Nazarius M. Tumwesigye, chair      MakSPH
Dr. Fredrick Makumbi, Deputy Chair     MakSPH
Dr. Christopher Orach                  MakSPH
Dr. Joan Mutyoba                       MakSPH
Dr. Paul Nyenda                        Mak. Pschology
Dr. Noah Kiwanuka                      MakSPH
Mrs. Akellot Josephine                 PADA-U
Dr. Ponsiano Ocama                     Mak- Medicine
Mr. Kasirye Rogers                     UYDEL
Mr. Mutaawe Rogers                     UYDEL
Ms Max Walusimbi                       MakSPH
Ms Everlyn Akello                      Uganda Prisons




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International advisory team

      Name                       Institution/organization
 1.   Prof. Thomas Babor         University of Connecticut Health Centre, USA
 2.   Prof. Sharon Wilsnack      University of North Dakota, USA
 3.   Prof. Kathryn Graham       Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Ontario, Canada
 4.   Assoc. Prof. Arlinda       University of North Dakota, USA
      Kristjanson
 5.   Prof. Moira Plant,         University of West of England
 6.   Prof. Isidore Obot         University of Uyo and Centre for Research and Information
                                 on Substance Abuse
 7.   Prof. Robin Room           AER Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, Melbourne,
                                 Australia

Scientific committee

      Name                                  Institution/organization
 1    Dr Noah Kiwanuka, Chair               MakSPH
 2    Dr. Joan Mutyoba, Co-Chair            MakSPH
 3    Dr Fred Makumbi                       MakSPH
 4    Dr Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye          Mak SPH
      Dr. Ponsiano Ocama

Publicity/Communication/Mobilisation committee

      Name                                  Institution/organization
 1    Mr Rogers Kasirye- Chair              UYDEL
 2    Mr. Rogers Mutaawe Deputy Chair       UYDEL
 3    Dr. N.M.Tumwesigye                    MakSPH
 4    Ms Max Walusimbi                      Mak SPH
 5    Ms Milly Nattimba                     MakSPH

SECRETARIAT
     Name                        Institution/organization
 1. Mrs. Max Walusimbi, Chair    MakSPH
 2. Mr. Ebusu Paul               PADA – U
 3. Mr. Mukisa John              UNACOH
 4. Mr. Mpanga Tony              IT
 5. Mr. Kabanda Umar             PADA-U
 6. Mr. Silver                   PADA-U
 7. Mr. Michael Ssettimba        UNACOH-IT
 8. Ms Tumukunde Dinah           Maksph




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Rapportours

      Name                       Institution/organization
 1.   Ms Everlyn Akello, Chair   Uganda Prisons
 2.   Ms. Florence               Uganda Prisons
 3.   Mr .Joshua                 Uganda Prisons
 4.   Ms. Josephine Ocama        Uganda Prisons


Some of the committee members for the KBS thematic meeting 2010 are shown in a picture




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INSTRUCTIONS TO CHAIRS, SPEKERS AND DISCUSSANTS

Chair of Session

A chairperson is expected to do the following:

   1. To check and confirm that speakers have loaded their presentations onto the computer
       before the start of the session. It is better to be there 15 minutes before time of session
   2. To find out the names, affiliations and designations of the presenters and discussants
       before the session. The information is necessary when introducing them. One needs to
       be sure the names are pronounced well.
   3. To check that all speakers and discussants have arrived before starting the session.
   4. He or she may re-arrange the order of the session presentations to ensure time is not
       wasted waiting for a speaker.
   5. To briefly introduce the name of the speaker, where they come from, their designations,
       names of co-authors and the title of the paper.
   6. To ensure the session starts and ends on time. Each presenter and discussant has a
       maximum of 10 minutes. Most discussants have been given 2 papers.                 Where a
       discussant has one paper then the remaining time can be used by the audience to ask
       questions or make comment
   7. Get 3 time warning cards with different colors "3 minutes remaining", "1 minute
       remaining" and "time is up" from the secretariat.           Show this warning cards to
       presenters and discussants
   8. Not to allow a session to exceed the time allocated. Sessions should not be extended
       into the breaks. A useful statement to ensure the sessions do not overrun is "if you want
       to talk further find the person during breaks".
   9. Allow only 10 minutes for each presenter, 10 minutes for discussant to discuss 2 papers,
       15 minutes for responses to comments and questions on the 2 papers from discussants
       and audience




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Speakers

Speakers are expected to:

   1. Arrive 15 minutes before the session starts
   2. Introduce themselves to the chair
   3. Check that their presentations are ready on the computer provided.
   4. Label their presentations by their last names followed by the title. For example
       Tumwesigye_drunkennes
   5. Stick to the time limit (10 minutes). After the discussants’ comments they will have 5
       minutes each to respond. They will also respondend to questions from the audience.

Discussants

A discussant is expected to

   1. Read through the paper(s) assigned to her/him before the conference dates
   2. Identify comparative or contrasting themes in the two presentations and raise questions
       to open the discussion.
   3. Make constructive comments to help the author develop into a publishable paper
   4. Highlight key messages or interesting bits from the paper
   5. State what more the author can do to make the paper even more interesting
   6. Note that all words should be those of encouragement not to discourage the presenter
   7. Arrive a few minutes before the session starts to introduce himself/herself to the chair,
       presenter(s) and check his/her comments.
   8. Confirm the session in which he/she is a discussant on arrival at the conference since
       the program in case the program changes.
   9. Spare 5 minutes to discuss each paper

Session Format

Each session is divided into two parts. Each part includes two presentations and comments by
a discussant.




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Model half Session Timetable (45 minutes total)

   Presentation 1               (10 minutes)

   Presentation 2               (10 minutes)

   Discussant                   (10 minutes)

   Response from presenter 1    (2-3 minutes)

   Response from presenter 2    (2-3 minutes)

   General discussion           (time left)


NB: Some of the instructions above have been adopted from the KBS Lausanne 2009. We are
grateful to the organizers of the KBS 2010 in Lusanne for the information




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                     SUNDAY 14TH NOV. 2010
IN FRONT OF ALBERT HALL

Registration from 2:00pm to 5:00pm: Coordinator Ms Max Walusimbi
                  MONDAY 15TH NOV. 2010

IN FRONT OF ALBERT HALL

Registration from 8:00am to 9:00am: Coordinator Ms Max Walusimbi

HALLS WHERE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE


Plenary Sessions: Albert Hall (The Main Hall)
The conference has four tracks and the halls where the tracks will be are shown

TRACK       TITLE                                             HALL
A           Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse             Regal
B           Socio-Behavioural and Economic Effects Of         Majestic
            Alcohol Use
C           Alcohol Regulation and Policy                     Albert
D           Alcohol and Health                                Regal, Majestic, Albert



All tea and coffee breaks will be in front of the conference halls
Lunch: Both snacks and full meals are available for sale in the Stables Restaurant near the
conference centre. BUT PLEASE BOOK EARLY say during morning tea break.

BOOZA TV SCREENINGS

You are invited to attend the premier screenings of Booza TV, an entertaining and
thought-provoking TV series about drinking from 8:15 to 8:50am every day from Tuesday
16th to 18th Nov 2010 in the REGAL HALL. Part 1 looks at the culture of drinking, Part 2
tackles drunken violence and Part 3 the issues raised by reducing access to liquor.




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                                        Plenary 9:00 – 11:00 am

   ALBERT HALL-THE MAIN HALL

   9:00 – 9:30       CHAIR: DR NAZARIUS MBONA TUMWESIGYE

   Opening Greetings

   Dr Asuman Lukwago, Permanent secretary Ministry of Health Uganda
   Dr William Bazeyo, Dean School of Public Health Makere University
   Prof. Kathryn Graham, President of KBS
   Dr Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye, Chair Central Organising Committee

   9:30-11:00       CHAIR: DR FRED KIGOZI

   Title: Evidence-informed Alcohol Policies in the African Context: Science, Modernity and
   Public Health

   Presenter: Professor Thomas Babor
   Professor and Chairperson, Department of Community Medicine and Health Care, School of
   Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Centre, USA

   Discussant Professor Isidore Obot
   Professor and Head, Department of Psychology, University of Uyo Nigeria, Director, Centre for
   Research and Information on Substance Abuse (CRISA) and Editor-in-Chief, African Journal of
   Drug and Alcohol Studies

                         Monday Morning Tea Break: 11:00-11:30am

                                Parallel Presentations 11:30am-1:00pm

   REGAL HALL

   TRACK A: Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse

   11:30-1:00     CHAIR: DR WILLIAM BAZEYO, DEAN, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

TRACK A1         TITLE                                                    PRESENTER        DISCUSSANT
                 Prevalence and correlates of alcohol use in South        Olufunmilayo
Determinan       African adult population                                 Fawole           Ajay Sethi
ts of alcohol    Factors associated with alcohol use among                John Mukisa
use and          undergraduate students of Makerere University
abuse            Characteristics of clients attending rehabilitation at   David Kalema     Merecia Sirera
                 Serenity Centre between 1st Aug. and 30th Jun 2010
                 A survey of personality variables predisposing           Michael Alausa
                 Nigerian youth to abusive alcohol consumption            Gandonu
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MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use.

11:30-1:00        CHAIR: PROF. MOIRA PLANT

TRACK             TITLE                                   PRESENTER     DISCUSSANT
B1&B2&A3
Alcohol and       Evidence-based countering of road       Thinandavha
non-intentional   traffic accidents: The case of the      Edward        Lynn Atuyambe
injuries/trauma   Thulamela Accident Unit in Limpopo      Munwana
Alcohol and     The involvement of third parties in bar   Michael J.    Olive Kobusingye
intentional     conflicts                                 Parks
injuries/trauma
Gender          Gender Issues and Alcohol Abuse           Florence      Akanidomo Ibanga
&Alcohol                                                  Baingana


ALBERT HALL

TRACK C: Alcohol Regulation and Policy
11:30-1:00     CHAIR: PROF. THOMAS BABOR

TRACK C1       TITLE                                      PRESENTER     DISCUSSANT
Regulatory     Towards a National Alcohol Policy for      David         Wim Van
policies and   Uganda                                     Basangwa      Dalen
laws on        Alcohol Policy development and the         Rogers
production,    experience of East African Countries       Kasirye
marketing      Sober the youth, sober the nation:         David         Julius Muron
and            Effective policies in solving alcohol      Mukunya
consumption    problems among the youth
               Is the Enguli Act the solution?            Gerald
                                                          Karuhanga




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ALBERT HALL: POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster presentations will be displayed in the Albert Hall the whole day on
Monday 15th November and Thursday 18th November 2010. The presenters
will be available to explain their posters during lunch and tea breaks.

Title                                                     Presenter

1. Community and household effects of alcohol             Jackson Isabirye
2. Selected institutional factors influencing alcohol     Jane Ngure
   consumption and drug abuse: A comparative study
   of selected private and public universities in Kenya
3. Using them to fight it: Local language science cafes   Patrice Mawa
   as a means of empowering communities in Uganda.
4. From rhetoric to practice: Designing and               Kabann Kabananukye
   implementing Uganda's Alcohol Policy
5. Alcohol in our society: The often overlooked           Arone Twinamasiko
   benefits
6. Alcohol use and antiretroviral therapy in an           George Aluzimbi
   HIV/AIDS program

Monday Lunch Break 1.00-2:00pm:

                             Parallel Presentations 2:00-3:30pm

REGAL HALL

TRACK A: Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse
2:00-3:30pm         CHAIR: MR ØYSTEIN BAKKE

TRACK A1            TITLE                                     PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
                    Factors associated with current alcohol   Joseph
Determinants of     consumption in Uganda: Evidence from      Musaazi         Evelyn Akello
alcohol use and     UDHS survey
abuse               A cross sectional study of psychosocial   Mufutau A
                    determinants of alcohol use disorders     Yunusa
                    among long distance drivers in North
                    Western Nigeria
                    Drunkenness at last sexual activity:      Nazarius M      Stella Lartey
                    Evidence from a nationwide survey in      Tumwesigye
                    Uganda
                    Prevalence and risk factors of problem    Eugene
                    drinking as seen in 14 districts of       Kinyanda
                    Uganda
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MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

2:00-3:30       CHAIR: PROF. SHARON WILSNACK

TRACK            TITLE                                      PRESENTER      DISCUSSANT
B2&B3
                Does alcohol-related harm only
Alcohol and     concern a small minority of problem         Pia Mäkelä     Paul Nyende
intentional     drinkers?
injuries/trauma Alcohol abuse among secondary               Regina
                schools: Mentor Pops in Kampala             Kacwamu
                Schools
                Alcohol use and violent injury in           Bonnie
                Uganda                                      Wandera        Myriam Munné
                Road traffic Accidents in Kampala city      Lawrence
                                                            Niwabine

ALBERT HALL

TRACK C: Alcohol Regulation and Policy
2:00-3:30 CHAIR: PROF. ISIDORE OBOT

TRACKS C1, C2,      TITLE                                PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
C3
Regulatory          Framing an effective alcohol
policies on         policy: Uganda's challenges of       Charlotte       Tom Greenfield
production,         controlling alcoholism               Karungi
marketing and                                            Mafumbo
consumption         Changing the alcohol scenario in
                    a developing society: Research       Hari Kesh
                    and policy implications              Sharma
                    Controlling the conditions of
                    alcohol sale to reduce alcohol-      Claire
                    related harm: Experience with        Wilkinson       Akanidomo
                    establishing a civilian inspection                   Ibanga
                    corps for alcohol licensing in
                    Victoria, Australia
                    Unrecorded alcohol- the case of      Nelson B.
                    Malawi                               Zakeyu




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               Monday Afternoon Tea Break: 3:30-4:0pm

                    PARALLEL PRESENTATIONS 4:00-5:30pm

REGAL HALL
TRACK A: Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse

4:00-5:30 pm       CHAIR: PROF. KATE GRAHAM
TRACK A2 TITLE                                          PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
             Alcohol consumption in Ghana: A review     Stella Lartey
Patterns and                                                            Michael Parks
trends in    Patterns of alcohol consumption among      David Kaawa
alcohol use  adults in Kampala, Uganda                  Mafigiri
and abuse    Alcohol consumption among Primary          Wilson          Peter Onifade
             School teachers in Uganda's poorly         Asimwe
             performing districts
             Patterns of drug abuse in public           David Ndetei
             secondary/high schools in Kenya

MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

4:00-5:30      CHAIR: PROF. ROBIN ROOM
TRACK B3     TITLE                                   PRESENTER          DISCUSSANT
             Working with young people to prevent    Rogers Mutaawe     Claire
             alcohol and drug abuse among fellow                        Wilkinson
Young        peers with 16 NGOs in Kampala
people and   A study of prevalence of alcohol use    Mufutau A.
alcohol      disorder among long distance drivers    Yunusa
             who had been involved in road traffic
             accident in north western Nigeria
             We need answers: Frequently asked       Kabann
             questions by students during public     Kabananukye        Rogers Kasirye
             discussions conducted by a Uganda
             NGO- Victory Rehabilitation Centre

             Five Youth Voices -Testimonies:         Allan Ananura
             Personal life histories with alcohol
             abuse



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ALBERT HALL

TRACK C: Alcohol Regulation and Policy
4:00-5:30      CHAIR: ASSOC. PROF. KIM BLOOMFIELD

TRACKS C4            TITLE                                  PRESENTER     DISCUSSANT
The role of          The development of a method to         Wim Van
industry in          monitor alcohol marketing in Africa.   Dalen
development and      The results of pilot studies                         Pia Mäkelä
implementation of
alcohol policies
and regulations


  WELCOME COCKTAIL AND OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY
6:30-9:00PM AT THE SWIMMING POOL NEAR THE CONFERENCE
                         HALLS

                    THE GUEST OF HONOUR WILL BE
                    THE PRIME MINISTER OF UGANDA

     THE VICE-CHANCELLOR, THE PRINCIPAL COLLEGE OF
     HEALTH SCIENCES AND THE DEAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC
                HEALTH WILL ALSO ATTEND

                          The program will be as follows

 Item                                                                  Time
    1. Entertainment                                                           5:00 pm
    2. Arrival of guests                                                       6:00 pm
    3. Arrival of Hon. Prime Minister                                          7:00 pm
    4. A word from the Chairperson Central organizing committee                7:10 pm
    5. A word from the Dean MakSPH                                             7:20 pm
    6. A word from the President KBS                                           7:30 pm
    7. A Word from the Principal of the College of Health Sciences             7:40 pm
    8. A Word from the Vice Chancellor Makerere University                     7:50 pm
    9. A Word from the Guest of Honour Hon. Prime Minister of                  8:00 pm
        Uganda and entertainment continues
    10. Cocktail                                                               8:20 pm
    11. Closure                                                                9:30 pm
The master of ceremony will be Dr. Paul Kagwa, Assistant Commissioner Health Promotion,
Ministry of Health
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                    TUESDAY 16TH NOV. 2010
8:15- 8:50 BOOZA TV PART 1- THE CULTURE OF DRINKING (REGAL HALL)

                                        PLENARY

ALBERT HALL-THE MAIN HALL

9.00 – 10.30: CHAIR: PROF. FRED WABWIRE-MANGEN

Title: Pleasure, Profits and Harm: Alcohol and Africa in the 21st Century

Presenter: PROF. ISIDORE OBOT


Discussant: DR. STELLA NEEMA

               Tuesday Morning Tea Break: 10:30-11:00am

                              PARALLEL PRESENTATIONS

REGAL HALL

TRACK A: Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse

11:00-12:30        CHAIR: DR. TOM GREENFIELD

TRACK A3       TITLE                                   PRESENTER          DISCUSSANT
               Distress and drinking: Cross-cultural   Richard Wilsnack   Holmila Marja
Cultures,      connections and contexts
religion and   Psycho-spatial and socio-               Gboyega E.
alcohol use    demographic factors predicting          Abikoye
               alcohol use among motor drivers in
               Ibadan, Nigeria
               Childhood conduct problem and its       Florence Omumu
               effects on alcohol abuse among                             Isidore Obot
               undergraduates in Nigeria
               Early alcohol use initiation and        Monica Swahn
               problem drinking: An examination
               of students in Zambia and Uganda
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MAJESTIC HALL

Track B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

11:00-12:30       CHAIR: DR. PIA MÄKELÄ
TRACKS         TITLE                                      PRESENTER            DISCUSSANT
B3 &B4
               Alcohol use and abuse among young          Stella Neema
Young          people in Uganda: A synthesis of                                Myriam Munné
people and     research findings
alcohol        Forest based sustainable skills training   Elizabeth
               programs for youth that can reduce         Nabanjja-
               alcohol dependency                         Makumbi

               To what extent does alcohol                Sharon Bernards
Domestic       consumption account for the
violence       association between marital status and                          Olufunke
               partner aggression among men and                                Chenube
and
               women: A multinational perspective
alcohol        Alcohol, drug and substance abuse,         Anna Nabulya
               sexual and gender-based violence and       Kavuma
               HIV/AIDS among commercial sex
               workers

ALBERT HALL

TRACK C1: Alcohol Regulation and Policy

11:00-12:30    CHAIR: PROF.DAVID NDETEI

TRACK C 5       TITLE                                           PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
                An innovative social mobilisation               Joanne
                approach to stimulate and facilitate the        Corrigall       Oluwatosin
Strategies for  targeted implementation of the Global                           Adaramoye
intervention at Alcohol Strategy
individual,     Experiences of setting up and managing          David Kalema
group or        an alcoholic treatment program in
national level: Uganda: A case study of Serenity Centre
Interventions
that have       To what extent is alcohol policy shaped         Jacek
worked          by alcohol epidemiology? Lessons from           Moskalewicz     David Kaawa
                Poland, EU and elsewhere                                        Mafigiri

                 The feasibility of integrating alcohol risk-   Sam Kalibala
                 reduction counseling into existing VCT
                 services in Kenya

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              TUESDAY LUNCH BREAK: 12.30-2:00pm


              SIGHT SEEING AND TOURS: 2:00-7:00PM
                                  AND
        WORKSHOP ON “How to publish in scientific journals”
facilitated by Prof. Thomas Babor, Prof. Isidore Obot, Dr. Richard Pates,
  all members of the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors
                                (ISAJE)

                        2:00-5:00pm in Albert Hall
If you choose to go for sight-seeing and tours please be at the main entrance to
                           the Speke resort by 1:45 pm




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               WEDNESDAY 17TH NOV. 2010

8:15- 8:50 BOOZA TV PART 2 - BEER BRAWLS (REGAL HALL)

                                          Plenary

ALBERT HALL-THE MAIN HALL

              CHAIR: PROF. SHARON WILSNACK

9:00-10:30            TITLE                                               PRESENTER
                      Opening comments                                    Sharon Wilsnack
Gender, Culture,      Alcohol-related negative consequences among         Kathryn Graham
and Alcohol: New      drinkers around the world
Findings from the     A 14-country GENACIS study of men’s and             Tom Greenfield
GENACIS Project       women’s heaviest drinking days in the prior
                      year: Implications for alcohol policy?
                      Social inequalities in the experience of alcohol-   Kim Bloomfield
                      related problems
                      GENACIS, the African experience: Findings           Akanidomo Ibanga
                      and implications
                      Concluding comments                                 Moira Plant

              Wednesday Morning Tea Break 10:30-11:00am

                                      Parallel Sessions

REGAL HALL

TRACK A: Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse

11:00-12:30         CHAIR: ASSISTANT PROF. AJAY SETHI

TRACK A3&A4         TITLE                                     PRESENTER         DISCUSSANT
Role of religion    Role of Religion and religious leaders    Martin Ssempa     Adrian
and religious       in prevention of alcohol and drug abuse                     Mwesigye
leaders             Response to the challenge of              Silver            Jacek
                    alcoholism in Uganda: experiences of      Twinomugisha      Moskalewicz
                    the Catholic church
Vulnerable          Alcohol and inequality in the process     Robin Room        Richard
/minority groups    of development: Evidence from                               Wilsnack
/Inequality and     ethnographic studies
alcohol             Stereotyping alcoholics in Uganda         Kaban             Rogers Kasirye
                                                              Kabananukye

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MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

11:00-12:30       CHAIR: PROF. GRACE KYOMUHENDO
 TRACK        TITLE                          PRESENTER                        DISCUSSANT
B5
Community     Educating parents on alcohol and drug abuse      Jacqueline     Beatrice
and           in the slums of Kampala City                     Nassaka        Kathungu
household     Alcohol-related traffic risk behaviours of       Ebenezer
effects of    selected commercial drivers in Nigeria           Olutope
alcohol                                                        Akinnawo
              Alcohol dependence and serious offending         Julius Muron
              behaviour in Uganda                                             Kate Graham
              In the eye of the beholder: Alcohol use and      Gboyega E
              perceptions among student-patrons of ‘Joints’    Abikoye
              in three Nigerian University Communities

ALBERT HALL

TRACK C: Alcohol Regulation and Policy

11:00-12:30       CHAIR: DR. EUGENE KINYANDA

TRACK C5           TITLE                                      PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
Strategies for
intervention at    Outcomes and sustainability of             Marja Holmila   Sharon
individual,        community-based alcohol prevention                         Bernards
group or           project
national level:    Vested interests in addiction research     Oystein Bakke   Florence
Interventions      and policy                                                 Baingana
that have
worked




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ALBERT HALL

POSTER PRESENTATION: Poster presentations will be displayed in the Albert
Hall the whole day. The presenters will be available to explain their posters
during lunch and tea breaks.

Title                                                             Presenter
1. Alcohol and young people                                       Rogers Katumba
2. Alcohol and risky behaviors among the slum young people in     Eunice Nsaire Kirunda
    Kampala City
3. Family involvement in recovery of alcoholics: Experiences      Dorothy Namara
    from Serenity Centre
4. The toll free anonymous hotline -An intervention aimed at      Faith Nassozi
    addressing alcohol abuse in Uganda- 080020
5. Disaster-avoidance strategies in Kenya: The case of alcohol-   Daniel Mwai
    related deaths
6. Substance Abuse and Academic Performance of Secondary          Janvier Rugira
    School Students in Tanzania: A case study of Arusha
    Municipality


                   Wednesday Lunch Break 12.30-2:00pm

                                   Parallel Presentations

REGAL HALL

TRACK A: Epidemiology of Alcohol Use and Abuse

2:00-3:30        CHAIR: DR. PONSIANO OCAMA

TRACK A5       TITLE                                      PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
Methods        Challenges and rewards of conducting       Myriam          Nazarius M
and studies    surveys in low and middle income           Munné           Tumwesigye
in unique      countries: GENACIS study in South
populations    and Central America
               What to do to and with cost calculations   Esa Ősterberg
               A survey of the alcohol vulnerability of   Funke           Thinandavha
               prison inmates in Nigeria                  Chenube         Edward
               Alcohol and prisoners; an impossible       Evelyn Akello   Munwana
               combination?




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MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

2:00-3:30       CHAIR: DR. NOAH KIWANUKA

TRACK B6       TITLE                                       PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
               The ABCs of alcohol and drug abuse          Vianne
Alcohol and    awareness: A multimodal approach to         Amanya &        Martin Stafstrom
illicit drug   relapse prevention- the experience of       Martial
use            National Care Centre & a experience of      Magirigi
               a former alcoholic.
               Prevalence of psychoactive substance        Aloysius
               use among Secondary School students         Rukundo
               in Mbarara District
               Alcohol and drug use in schools in          Jamerson        Grace B.
               Swaziland                                   Siphepho        Kyomuhendo
               Perceived drug accessibility, drug use,     Peter Onifade
               and risky sexual behaviours in Nigerian
               university hostels

ALBERT HALL

TRACK D: Alcohol and Health

2:00-3:30       CHAIR: PROF. MARJA HOLMILA

TRACKS         TITLE                                       PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
D1&D2
Sexual         Association between alcohol                 Olufunmilayo    Eugene
behaviour      consumption and high risk sexual            Fawole          Kinyanda
and alcohol    behaviour in the South African adult
               population
               Sex-related alcohol expectancies and        Ajay Sethi
               risky sexual behaviour amongst drinking
               adults in Kampala, Uganda
               Alcohol use, sexual activeness and          Abiodun
               extramarital sex in a sample of long        Lawal           Mary Kariuki
               distance truck drivers in Ibadan, Nigeria
               Alcohol and high risk sexual behaviour      Emmanuel
               in post conflict Eastern Uganda:            Ngabirano
               implications for HIV/AIDS control




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                  Wednesday afternoon Break 3.30-4:00pm

                                   Parallel Presentations

REGAL HALL

TRACK D: Alcohol and Health

4:00-5:30pm         CHAIR: DR. PAUL NYENDE

TRACKS         TITLE                                       PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
D1&D2
Sexual         The association between alcohol             Achilles        Noah Kiwanuka
behaviour      consumption and HIV prevalence              Katamba
and alcohol    among adults in Kampala, Uganda
&              High HIV prevalence among alcohol           Josephine
               and drug addicts in Pakwach (Nebbi          Ocama
Alcohol,       District), the MJAP experience
HIV and        Correlation between alcohol abuse and       Jennifer        Neo Morojere
AIDS           HIV infection in Nairobi Province           Kimani
               Alcohol Use and Risky Sexual                Lynn
               Behaviour among HIV Clients in              Atuyambe
               two urban clinics in Uganda

MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

4:00-5:30pm         CHAIR: DR. JOAN M. MUTYOBA

TRACK TITLE                                                 PRESENTER       DISCUSSANT
B6
        Alcohol and illicit drugs use among the youth       Ronald
Alcohol in Kampala Secondary schools, Uganda                Wankya          Mufutau A
and     Co-occurrence of alcohol, tobacco and other         Mary Kariuki    Yunusa
illicit drug use with sexual behaviour among
drug    secondary schools students in Nakuru District,
use     Kenya.
        Relationship between alcohol consumption per        Moses
        capita and disability adjusted life years due to    Akampurira      Joanne Corrigall
        road traffic accidents in East Africa
        Socio-economic determinants for alcohol             Martin
        consumption and heavy episodic drinking in a        Stafstrom
        Ugandan student population


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ALBERT HALL

TRACK D: Alcohol and Health

4:00-5:30       CHAIR: DR IMELDA NAMAGEMBE

TRACKS      TITLE                                       PRESENTER    DISCUSSANT
D3 & D4, D2
            Protective effects of Cnidoscolus           Oluwatosin
Alcohol     Aconitifolius leaf extract against          Adaramoye    Ponsiano Ocama
poisoning   oxidative stress induced by chronic
            ethanol administration in Wistar rats
            Alcohol poisoning in South Western          Patrick
            Uganda: What exactly happened?              Tusiime

Alcohol and    Alcohol misuse and alcoholic liver       Emmanuel     Emmanuel Fred
diabetes and   disease among patients in a medical      Seremba      Kigozi
other          emergency admission service
diseases
Alcohol and    Psychiatric disorders and psychosocial   Eugene
HIV            correlates of high HIV risk sexual       Kinyanda
               behaviour in war affected Eastern
               Uganda


               DINNER AT THE LAKE SIDE: 7:00-9:00PM




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                 THURSDAY 18TH NOV. 2010

8:15- 8:50 BOOZA TV PART 3- THE LIQUOR INDUSTRY WAR (REGAL HALL)

                                         Plenary

ALBERT HALL-THE MAIN HALL

Chair: TBA

9:00-10:30    WHO technical team: Global Alcohol Strategy
              Speakers:
                 1. Mr. Dag Rekve
                 2.

              Discussant     To be
                             announced

              Open floor

                       Thursday Tea Break 10:30-11:00am

                                 Parallel Presentations

REGAL HALL

TRACK B: Socio – Behavioural and Economic Effects of Alcohol Use

11:00-12:30       CHAIR: DR. DAVID BASANGWA

TRACK TITLE                                           PRESENTER        DISCUSSANT
B7
        Alcoholism and the crisis of masculinity in   Josephine Ahikire David
Gender post war Northern Uganda: A case for social                      Basangwa
and     mobilisation
alcohol Determination of the prevalence and factors   Gloria Dusabe
        associated with alcohol consumption among
        female undergraduate students
        Impact of alcoholism on gender roles and      Beatrice         Myriam Munné
        gender role socialization: Implications for   Kathungu
        the future of the boy child in Kenya



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MAJESTIC HALL

TRACK D: Alcohol and Health

11:00-12:30        CHAIR: DR. BAINGANA FLORENCE


TRACKS D3-       TITLE                                       PRESENTER      DISCUSSANT
D5
                 Evaluation of a service provider short      Judith
Fetal Alcohol    course for prevention of Fetal Alcohol      Mwansa-        Margaret
Spectrum         Syndrome (FAS)                              Kambafwile     Mungerera
Disorder         Which method of surveillance would          Neo Morojere
                 assist in the prevention of Fetal Alcohol
                 Syndrome?
Reproductive     Prevention of risk for an alcohol exposed   Kirstie Rendall Noah
health/Family    pregnancy: Randomised controlled trial in   Mkosi           Kiwanuka
health and       the Western Cape
alcohol          Consumption of alcoholic beverages          Imelda
                 among pregnant urban Ugandan women          Namagembe

ALBERT HALL

TRACK D: Alcohol and Health

11:00-12:30      CHAIR: ASSOC. PROF. ARLINDA KRISTJANSON

TRACK D6         TITLE                                       PRESENTER DISCUSSANT
                 Effects of alcohol abuse on parental        Merecia   Robin Room
Reproductive     guidance of children                        Sirera
health/Family
health and       Restriction of alcohol consumption among    Andrew
alcohol          pregnant mothers: A necessary step in       Kazibwe        Achilles
                 maternal and infant health                                 Katamba
Alcohol and       An Assessment of the Homeostasis           Digban A.
other diseases   Assessment Model index for Insulin          Kester         Bonnie
                 Resistance among alcoholic subjects in                     Wandera
                 Benin City, Nigeria
                 A Comparative Study of the Homeostasis      Digban A.
                 Assessment Model index for Insulin          Kester
                 Resistance in alcoholics and type 2
                 diabetes mellitus subjects in Benin City,
                 Nigeria.



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ALBERT HALL


12:30-1:30   CHAIR: PROF. ISIDORE OBOT

                 TITLE                                       PRESENTER
The Next Steps   Summary of conference proceedings: Key      Moira Plant
                 findings, recommendations and conclusions




                       CLOSING CEREMONY 1:30-2:00pm



                               Lunch : 2:00-2:30pm



                            Workshops 2:30-5:30PM




      WORKSHOP                                   FACILITATORS       HALL
   1. Planning and advocacy for            Dag Endel, Øystein   ALBERT
      evidence-based alcohol policy:       Bakke, George Hacker
   2. Design and implementation of         Mr Paul Brethen      REGAL
      interventions and programs to
      address alcohol and drug abuse:
   3. Qualitative methods in alcohol       Professor Marja      ALBERT
      research                             Holmila




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