Project Title

International Workshop on Managing Emerging Infectious Diseases among Front-Line Healthcare Workers 

Project Year

2021   

Project Number

HWG 09 2021A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HWG 09 2021A 

Project Title

International Workshop on Managing Emerging Infectious Diseases among Front-Line Healthcare Workers 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Human Security 

Project Year

2021 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

47,900 

Co-funding Amount

500 

Total Project Value

48,400 

Sponsoring Forum

Health Working Group (HWG) 

Topics

Health 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Indonesia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Hong Kong, China; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/04/2022 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2022 

Project Proponent Name 1

Vivi Lisdawati 

Job Title 1

Dr 

Organization 1

Directorate of HRD, Education & Operational, Sulianti Saroso Infectious Disease Hospital, Ministry of Health 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(62-21) 6506559 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

viandrashakti@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Vivi Lisdawati 

Project Summary

Emerging Infectious diseases remain an important public health problem in the APEC region.  As far as we know that the region is facing major health challenges due to many social determinants like unhealthy lifestyles, globalization, trade and marketing, economic transitions, high levels of pollution, malnutrition, overcrowding and poor living conditions, rapid demographic, agricultural, and food system changes. All of them are risk factor of non-communicable diseases and emerging infectious diseases (EIDs). In fact, unfinished EIDs remain a significant part of the disease burden.

In APEC developing member economies, there are inadequate funds, personnel, or resources to managing EIDs that capable of causing outbreak. Among front-line healthcare worker is part of an important role in the management of EIDs in hospital. Doctors, nurses, pharmacist and other health workers have direct daily contact with patients that high risk of spreading EIDs in health care facilities. Therefore, Sulianti Saroso Infectious Disease Hospital (SS-IDH) program is focusing on EID’s training and education. Our Hospital is planing an international workshop for front-liner healthcare worker to manage EIDs which will be held in Jakarta on July 2022 and inviting health workers from public and private hospitals among APEC developing member economies (2 participants from each Economy).

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Emerging Infectious diseases remain an important public health problem in the APEC region. As far as we know that the region is facing major health challenges due to many social determinants like unhealthy lifestyles, globalization, trade and marketing, economic transitions, overcrowding and poor living conditions, rapid urbanization, demographic, agricultural, and food system changes. All of them are risk factor of non-communicable diseases and emerging infectious diseases (EIDs). In fact, unfinished EIDs remain a significant part of the disease burden. 

In developing economies, there are inadequate funds, personnel, or resources to managing EIDs that capable of causing outbreak. Among front-line healthcare worker is part of an important role in the management of EIDs in hospital. Doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacists and other healthcare workers have direct daily contact with patients that high risk of spreading EIDs in health care facilities. 

In this proposal we focus on managing EIDs area. The relevance of front-line health workers could be more professional in their fields, upgrade of skill and knowledge especially in the fields of managing EIDs in hospital setting and will be an impact on strengthening public health systems and the cost effectiveness of medication therapy and inpatient hospital Length of Stay. We believe that all of point will promote economic growth in APEC region especially in developing economies. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project supports capacity building needs for APEC developing economies in managing Emerging Infectious Diseases. Therefore, the project meets the eligibility criteria for ASF Sub-Fund on Human Security prioritizing on Health Security and Emergency Preparedness areas. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The workshop is aimed to obtain, share, strengthen, maintain, and develop knowledge, abilities and technical know-how for participants in managing of EIDs in hospital setting. Participants will also discuss the cost-effectiveness of managing EIDs, including medication therapy and laboratory test in limited resource by case studies of simple analysis. In addition, the specific topic related to the cost-effectiveness of inpatient hospital Length of Stay will be delivered through optimization of triage IEDs patient during the pandemic and risk communication for EIDs cases. 

The outcomes of the project are intended to increase essential knowledge, skills, references and practical approach for healthcare professionals on managing the emerging infectious diseases in APEC economies.

Objectives

To build the capacity of doctor, nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacists and other healthcare workers through workshop that is focused on managing EIDs in hospital setting, including about the cost-effectiveness of managing EIDs related to medication therapy, laboratory test and inpatient hospital Length of Stay that could help APEC economies in strengthening emergency preparedness and heath security in the region.



Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project aligns with the North Star 2030 Strategy which focus on achieving outcomes:

a) Regional health issues. Strengthened collaboration across the region by demonstrating the economic imperative of addressing pandemic and public health emergency preparedness, response, and recovery; preventing and controlling infectious diseases. 

b) Health systems strengthening and regulatory convergence: Strengthened health systems including capacity building for human resources for health to support universal health coverage and improved health emergency preparedness, detection, response, and recovery systems for public health emergencies in the APEC region. 

Alignment – Forum: This project aligns with HWG Strategic Plan 2021-2025 objectives on:

a) Enhancing preparedness, response, and recovery systems for public health emergencies and disasters, including prevention and control of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases.

b) Strengthening health systems to support UHC, providing the whole population with access to safe, effective, quality, affordable, and sustainable primary health care.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1. Workshop (workshop will be held online): Five days workshop will be held on September 2022.

a. Purpose of this workshop: To build the capacity of doctor, nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacists and other healthcare workers that is focused on managing EIDs in hospital setting and build a framework for discussing the cost-effectiveness of managing EIDs including medication therapy, laboratory test and inpatient hospital Length of Stay that could help APEC economies in strengthening emergency preparedness and heath security in the region.

b. Target participants are 11 APEC member economies (2 participants from each economy, in total 22 participants) from Chile, China, Malaysia, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Peru, Russia, Thailand, Vietnam and 48 local participants from around 24 EIDs health facilities networks in Indonesia, i.e doctors, nurses, pharmacists or other healthcare workers. We preferred each Economy will send different background of healthcare worker group as participants. There will be benefit in this project by transferred knowledge and sharing information during the workshop, improving the skills of participants which can be implemented in their health facilities including hospitals. The implementation will monitor by sending on-line survey after workshop, organized by PO (SS-IDH). 

c. Duration: 3 hours per day 

Tentative agenda: 

Day 1

Purpose: Build basic concept of Global Issues of Emerging Infectious Disease

Duration

Topic

Speakers

60’ Presentation + Discussion

Overview:

a. Potential EIDs of causing outbreak

b. Workflow management and

screening of EIDs patients

APEC member’s expert,

& Ministry of Health

of Indonesia

60’ Presentation +      Discussion

Role of surveillance of EIDs

Experts from Healthcare professional /The Indonesian Epidemiology Association (PAEI)

60’ Presentation +      Discussion

Risk communication for EIDs cases

Experts from Healthcare professional /Indonesian National Nurses Association/PPNI

Day 2

Purpose: Deliver technical aspect of managing EIDs in hospital setting

Duration

Topic

Speakers

30’ Presentation

How to achieve zero transmission in hospital setting to avoid a new cluster among healthcare workers

Experts from

 healthcare professional/PERSI

15’ Presentation

Effectiveness of Environment

decontamination & waste management during pandemic

Experts from

private sectors/Association of Biorisk Indonesia

30’ Presentation

Isolation room in handling EIDs

WHO/ Experts from private

Sectors

30’ Discussion

30’ Presentation

Appropiate Personal Protective Equipment during pandemic era

Experts from healthcare professionals/ PDPI

15’ Presentation    

Management of the deceased

EID patient

Experts from healthcare professionals PDFI

30’ Presentation

How to develop a simple analysis of the cost effectiveness

of laboratory test and medication in limited resource

PERDAFKI/ Faculty of

Public health

University of Indonesia

30’ Discussion

Day 3

Purpose : breakout classes: Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare workers

Duration

Topic

Speakers

  3 hours

Presentation & Discussion

per class

Class A : Topic for Doctors and case study

a)   Triage EIDs Patient during pandemic

b)   Laboratory Diagnostic in EID in

c)   limited recourse (focus on

d)   Covid-19 and Diphtheria)

e)   Managing in Covid-19 related to

f)     Lenght of Stay (LOS)  at hospital

g)   Managing in Diphtheria related to early

h)   warning system (EWARS) at community

i)     Multidiscipline Approach in Critical

j)     EIDs Cases related to LOS at hospital

 Experts from

private sectors/healtcare professional/ PATELKI/ PATKLIN / PAMKI / PAEI

Class B: Topic for Nurses and case study

a)   Nursing Management and leadership

b)   roles on ERID during pandemic

c)   Caring behavior as culture nursing at

d)   Hospital

e)   Implementation of nursing care and development reporting system on EIDs during pandemic

f)     Nursing Management of Critical Case

g)   in EID's Patient

Experts from

private sectors/healthcare professional/PPNI

Class C: Topic for pharmacists and other

Healthcare workers and case study

a)   The role of pharmacists in ERID

b)   Patient management

c)   Optimization selection of

d)   pharmaceutical supplies in order to

e)   ensure the availability of

f)     pharmaceutical supplies for ERID

g)   patients by cost-effectiveness analysis

h)   Monitoring and evaluation of

i)     antimicrobial use in EIDs patients

Experts from

private sectors/healthcare professional

Day 4: Deliver aspect of Vaccination and antimicrobial (AMR) strategies

Duration

Topic

Speakers

  30’ Presentation

Vaccination strategies for EIDs

WHO representative / ITAGI

  30’ Presentation

   AMR Strategies for EID

PAMKI/ Experts from

private sectors

30’ Discussion

  30’ Presentation

Air and Spatial Layout in Isolation Room

Experts from private sectors / PAMKI

30’ Presentation

Setting Operating Theater for Air Borne Disease

CDC/ Experts from private sectors

30’ Discussion

Day 5 : Summary

Duration

Topic

Speakers

120’ Presentation

Participant Presentation & Follow Up Plan

Experts from healthcare professionals Participant &

Committee (comprised of the organizers including the PO, medical staff and the SSIDH team as the facilitator.)

45’ Presentation

Committee Report & Disccusion and Recommendation

Experts from healthcare professionals & Committee

15’ Presentation

Conclusion & Clossing

Committee

2.   Project Website

The website will be hosted by the Ministry of Health and it will be maintained for 1 year after project completion. All participants can access all the information before and after the workshop. This is a standalone website that we will provide events information, including registration of participant, schedule, list of attendees, electronic presentations, participant assignment and related workshop materials. We will ensure that the personal data of project participants/speakers does not appear in any of content. Target audience for the website after the Workshop: the committee, all participants and related stakeholders.

3.   Summary Report

The Workshop Summary Report of a maximum of 30 pages will document all workshop activities. It shall consist of but not limited to: (1) introduction; (2) workshop summary including the speaker’s presentation, briefings on the discussions at the workshop, and recommendations. The summary report will be produced after the workshop and will be circulated to all participants. The Workshop Summary Report will be circulated to the HWG for members’ information.

Outcomes:

1. The summary report will provide and develop recommendations for manage the EIDs so that the materials and approaches can be used in their field of work. Recommendations also include future capacity building activities. The participants are expected to disseminate the knowledge to their respective stakeholders to have a real impact on domestic policy formulation.

2. Improved knowledge and better understanding amongst participants. Participants will gain a better understanding of implementing and managing EIDs. These outcomes will be measured with the Pre and Post evaluation before and after the Workshop. All the participants will be required to complete these evaluations as a part of the evaluation criteria.

Beneficiaries: The direct beneficiaries are doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare practitioners from public and private hospitals in APEC Economies. Participants will benefit from sharing knowledge and skills to gain a better cross-economy understanding of practical approaches on implementing and managing EIDs.

The knowledge acquired from the workshop is also expected to be disseminated to fellow healthcare professionals on returning to their hospitals.

Secondary beneficiaries: (1) other healthcare workers of our sister hospitals; (2) Public and private hospitals stakeholders who provide healthcare services for EIDs as well as the social health insurance through a more cost-effective EIDs Management; (3) researchers and/or academia that may use the research findings as their input for future research.

Dissemination

1. The Workshop Summary Report will be published as an APEC Publication on APEC’s website and also our website after HWG’s endorsement and the APEC Secretariat’s approval.

2. Workshop related materials also include ppt presentations and video presentations.

3. Workshop related materials will be disseminated electronically to workshop speakers, participants, and HWG members with speakers’ permission. Other target audiences are policymakers and academia in APEC member economies.

4. Appointed contractors will prepare the documents with close monitoring and steering direction by the PO. Storing all the documents online on our website that will allow all economies to have equal access to the documents at a low cost and share them with their relevant home economy parties. The Summary Report will be circulated through relevant fora. APEC will have the copyright of the Summary Report and the PO has no intention to sell outputs derived from this Project.

Gender

The Project will ensure a conducive environment is created during project planning and implementation stages to enable the effective representation of both men and women. PO will ensure that gender considerations are taken into careful consideration during all project stages, and there are sufficient numbers of women nominated for the event. Preferences will be given to women when inviting speakers.

The Project’s minimum target value of women participants and women speakers is set at 50% to involve both genders. The organizer will inform economies that the Workshop will collect gender balance / sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants.

PO is committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Targets

Female participants (%)

50 %

Female speakers/experts (%)

50 %

Referring to the Guide on gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars

1

Access to capital and assets

V

2

Access to markets

V

3

Skills, capacity building, end health

V

4

Leadership. Voice, and agency

V

5

Innovation and technology

V


Work Plan

Time

Tasks

Deliverables

April 2022

Identify possible contractors

Develop Terms of References

List of possible contractors

Term of references

 April – May 2022

1)     identifying eligible speakers from the host and co-sponsor Economies / International Organizations/academia/government officials/private sectors/healthcare professional/others

2)     developing pre-event and post-event evaluation

1)     List of potential speakers and nominated participants

2)     pre-event and post-event evaluation

3)     Tentative Workshop Agenda

May 2022

Developing a website for the workshop

Website

June 2022

Launching the website

Promotion

July 2022

Disseminate the General Admin Circulation (GIC) and invite HWG members to nominate participants

GIC

September 2022

Conduct 5 days’ workshop  

Workshop materials

September 2022

Draft the Summary Report

Draft Summary Report

October 2022

Submit the APEC Project Monitoring Report

APEC Project Monitoring Report

1 November 2022

Finalize the Summary Report and submit it to APEC Secretariat for review and seeking approval for publication.

Draft of Final Summary Report

November 2022

Circulate the summary report for HWG’s comments and seek endorsement

Endorsed Summary Report

December 2022

Draft the APEC Project Completion Report

Draft APEC Project Completion Report

January-February 2023

Submit the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents such as Workshop Agenda, Event Attendance List and post-Workshop Evaluation within two months after the workshop is concluded

APEC Project Completion Report

6 to 12 months after the completion of the project

Participate in the long-term evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat as required by all APEC funded projects

Risks

1)   Risk 1: Right speakers are not secured.

Good speakers will be essential for the event to be both exciting and engaging, and also relevant. A variety of speakers will be sought, including key officials representing the government, representatives from international/local organizations and or private sectors with expertise on the topic. The organizers will work closely with co-sponsoring economies to nominate and invite the most suitable speakers for the Workshop. Invitations for speakers will be delivered at least two months before the Workshop to ensure that any engagement conflicts are minimized. 

Mitigation: If the main speaker cancels his/her participation one to few weeks before the event, an alternative speaker will be sought as a replacement. If the main speaker has last minutes cancellation, the organizers will try their best to find another speaker and/or the Moderator may substitute and take the role as a speaker. The Moderator may seek information from and ask the expert participants to contribute to the topic discussions actively. The cancelled speaker should refund his/her advanced payment (if any) to APEC Secretariat. 

2)    Risk 2: Economies not showing or absent

Mitigation: Invitation will be distributed at least two months before the event. In addition, Project Overseers will be in close contact with participants throughout the process to minimize any last-minute cancellations.

3)    Risk 3: related to hosting and workshop format:

The arising of COVID-19 cases and changes in public health and social measures may risk the project schedule. There are particular risks associated with a virtual event that warrants consideration:

a)   Access to events

PO will make sure only desired attendees (participants and speakers) that would be able to access the virtual Workshop through the following steps:

i. Registration is mandatory. This is important to identify verified participants and manage who will attend the virtual Workshop

ii. Distribute the virtual link only to registered speakers and participants

b)   Disruptive activity during a virtual workshop

PO will give careful consideration to security features when selecting virtual meeting platforms, disable features that allow attendees to present their desktops or intervene without being called upon, and share specific details regarding meeting etiquette in the administrative circular.’

c)   Technical difficulties 

i. The PO will provide the most suitable environment and equipment for convening a virtual event by working closely with the service providers to identify available specialists to develop, moderate, and facilitate a virtual event successfully.

ii. When necessary, a test run before the Workshop will be conducted to ensure smooth connection during workshop implementation. 

1)  Risk 4: Recommendations or new knowledge or skills not being applied to in the home economies.

a) The expected participants are healthcare workers with at least 3 years’ experience as a supervisor in hospital so that they understood the problem related to how globalization influences EIDs, particularly in the developing economies.

b) Provide clear guidance in the summary report include the recommendations on implementing and managing EIDS.

Monitoring and Evaluation

1.   Proposal of the workshop, workshop materials, workshop summary report, presentations, and other related documents will be provided according to the timeline of the workshop.

2.   A public website for the workshop will be established so that all participants can access all the information on the workshop.

3.   Indicators of the evaluation: number of participants (at least 22 people) from 11 economies, (48 people) from Indonesia and number of APEC members’ expert as a speaker (at least 2 people). Number of female participants is 50 % from all participants.

4.   The evaluation of the effectiveness of the training will consist of a survey before and after the workshop. This survey will cover the status of the domain of training

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

1.      Workshop

Contract executed

15 April 2022

Certification by PO

Contract

No. of experts engaged

30

Event attendance list

Completion Report

No. of attending economies

11

Event attendance list

Completion report

% of participating men/women

50/50%

Event attendance list

Completion report

Content developed and deployed

30 Sept 2022

Certification by PO

Contract

2.      Project Website

Website

June 2022

No. of participants utilizing the website

website launch

3.      The Workshop Summary Report (including the recommendations)

1. No. of pages

30

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

1.     Submission to the Secretariat

30 Nov 2022

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Outcomes

1.      Improved and strengthened public health system in APEC economies.

No. of recommendations made

10

policy recommendations and future capacity building activities

Report to EC

The APEC longer-term evaluation of APEC Projects

2.      Improved knowledge and better understanding amongst participants. Participants will gain a better understanding of implementing and managing EIDs.

% of participants report substantial knowledge increase

75%

pre-event and post-event evaluation

Completion Report


Linkages

Workshop materials will be submitted to APEC economies through the HWG; A workshop completion report and summary report will be shared with participants, key stakeholders, public health authorities in the region, and other health related APEC members; Presentations and related documents will be posted on the APEC meeting documents database with permission from speakers.

Sustainability

Continuous support: All the participants could build up connection with each other through the workshop, so they could easily communicate in their future work where they feel the need for seeking advice regarding to managing EIDs from the expert including APEC member experts on how to improve their own policy making or implement managing EIDs in their regions.

The next possible steps for building outputs and outcomes is through the website. We will be maintenance or dissemination of any outputs such as summary reports, databases or resources; recommendations; follow up workshops; transfer of knowledge from participants to other colleagues in their regions; creation of cooperative network; adoption of best practices. The implementation of all outcomes will monitor by sending on-line survey after workshop.


Project Overseers

Vivi Setiawaty, Director of HRD, Education & Operational of Sulianti Saroso Infectious Disease Hospital, Ministry of Health of Republic of Indonesia

Maria Lawrensia T: Medical doctors, neurologist, head of research installation, Sulianti Saroso Infectious Disease Hospital, Ministry of Health of Republic of Indonesia

The project will be organized by Sulianti Saroso Infectious Diseases Hospital , Indonesia. A network will be built to conceptualize the project, involving local and international resources. The managing EIDs workshop will be conceptualized by experts from Sulianti Saroso Infectious Diseases Hospital, The Indonesian Ministry of Health, Indonesian, University of Indonesia, WHO, CDC, APEC member’s expert, PDPI, PPNI, PDFI, PERDAFKI, PAEI, PATKLIN, PATELKI, PAMKI, ITAGI and PERSI and other experts from private sectors and healthcare professionals.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Contractor – Workshop:

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours/Hourly Rate/Amount

1

Drafting General Information: they will develop material announcement; invitation letter; general information circular, role guidelines for participants, breakout session facilitators and speakers.

20 @ $20 = $400

2

Conducting rehearsals for virtual sessions and providing regular project management updates to project Overseer

20 @ $20 = $400

3

Identifying, inviting and confirming participation from APEC economies, ensure gender aggregation details captured

30 @ $40 = $1,200

4

Identifying eligible speakers from the host and co-sponsor Economies / International Organizations/academia/government officials/private sectors/healthcare professional/others

30 @ 40 = $1,200

5

Developing pre-event and post-event evaluation.

10 @ $40 = $400

6

Compiling and analyzing the evaluation for inclusion in the report

10 @ $40 = $400

7

Developing Master of ceremonies role of each day (five days in total) Including preparation with PO

20 @ $20 = $400

8

Developing workshop topics including case studies for breakout classes

50 @ $40 = $2,000

9

Drafting workshop summary report including the recommendations: identify key findings, and draft recommendations

60 @ $40 = $2,400

10

Developing workshop materials: preparation for Electronic presentations, videos about the workshop topic including English subtitles for video. The materials will be also used for our website

20 @ $40 = $800


No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours/Hourly Rate/Amount

11

Lecturing and developing summary of each day (five days in total): preparation of the workshop topics, conduct synthesis and provide analysis of key content and findings of the workshop

50 @ $40 = $2,000

12

Revising summary report according to input from APEC economies, ensure that summary reports are appropriate

25 @ $40 = $1,000

13

Supporting the PO in developing completion report (to provide statistics and or information for inclusion in the completion report)

20 @ $40 = $800

Total

13,400

Contractor – Webinar Organiser:

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours/hourly rate/Amount

Providing virtual events with a mix of both physical and remote access participation, 5 days workshop setup & equipment

1

Multimedia system and IT support including set up mini studio with advance equipment (green screen, TV/LED, camera, lighthing, audio system etc)

30@ $40 = $1,200

2

Develop material: virtual background, e-certificate

15 @ $20 = $300

3

Offline crew (floor director, cameraman and lighting operator, OBS studio operator etc)

30 @ $20 = $600

4

Event documentation

15 @ $20 = $300

5

Web based live streaming support (based on PMU approval)

15 @ $20 = $300

Total

$2,700


Waivers

Not Applicable

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No 
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