PRELIMINARY PROGRAM                                                                      s                                ...
PREVENTION AND WELLNESS         ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN                                                  The 140th APHA Annua...
OPENING/CLOSING SESSIONSOpening General Session                                                                           ...
SCHEDULE OF EVENTSSaturday, October 27, 2012                                      Monday, October 29, 20127:30 am–6:00 pm ...
PROGRAM A A GLANCE                                                                                   T             6 am   ...
ANNUAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTSEducational Programs                             Social Networking at the Annual MeetingThe 2012 ...
ANNUAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTSAPHA Public Health ExpoMore than 700 booths of information, state-of-the-art products and service...
CONTINUING EDUCATION                                                                           ONLINE SESSION PRESENTATION...
LEARNING INSTITUTESSATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2012                                                                             ...
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS                                               SECTIONS                                                ...
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS4257.0 Social and Descriptive Epidemiology                  3324.0 Invited Session—Consolidating Local ...
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS5045.0 CHWs Addressing Chronic Disease       Across the Lifespan5118.0 Prevention and Wellness across t...
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS3281.0 Infectious Disease Epidemiology 3                   3134.0 Keeping Our Food Safe from Pathogens ...
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
2012 American Public Health Association(APHA) Annual Meeting
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  1. 1. PRELIMINARY PROGRAM s Teen Year ills C hildhood Motor Sk Infancy s Milestone Lifestyle Career Education Fitness Family Maternity Home Hospice Aging nt Health Retireme SPECIAL SAVINGS WHEN YOU REGISTER BY AUGUST 16! Register online at www.apha.org/ meetings/AnnualMeeting/Prevention and Wellness Across the Life Span140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPO OCT 27–31, 2012 SAN FRANCISCO, CA
  2. 2. PREVENTION AND WELLNESS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN The 140th APHA Annual Meeting theme, Prevention and Wellness Across the Life Span, presents an opportunity to discuss the impact prevention and wellness have on health, both physical and mental, at all ages. Public health deals with diverse populations undergoing life course transitions.Infancy Education Milestones Hospice Theme related sessions at the Annual Meeting will look at a full range of environmental, social and behavioral issues that impact health across the life span. Gestational and childhood environmental exposures and adolescent patterns of behavior and lifestyle choices affect current and future health. Early life behaviors shape the quality of life as we age and negative behaviors may lead to increased rates of chronic disease. Critical behaviors across the life span that will be addressed include healthy dietary habits, physical activity, stress reduction and avoidance of exposure to tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption.CONTENTS Social environmental factors such as family, peer group, school, and community influences also contribute to challenges across the life span. Workplace exposures 3 Opening/Closing Sessions and changes in the physical and social environment play a significant role in how we age. To accomplish the goal of wellness for all, government agencies, 4 Schedule of Events community organizations, schools, healthcare organizations and families must work together in a comprehensive approach. 5 Program-at-a-Glance Join APHA as we examine the range of effective public health intervention that can be used to change unhealthy patterns of behavior, and discuss how 6 Annual Meeting Highlights prevention and wellness fit into the current plan for health care reform. 9 APHA Learning Institutes10 Scientific Sessions APHA IN SAN FRANCISCO, CA Join your colleagues for the most important public health event of the year. The APHA 140th Annual23 APHA Public Health Expo Meeting and Exposition will take place in San Francisco, CA, October 27–31, 2012 at the Moscone25 Registration Information Convention Center. Scientific sessions have also been scheduled at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis.27 Registration Form The APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition is the place to experience cutting edge public health education and29 San Francisco, CA: Getting networking opportunities! Learn from experts in the There and Getting Around field, hear about the latest research and exceptional best practices. Discover the newest public health products and services and share new30 Housing/Hotel Information perspectives on public health with your peers. Now is the time to join the discussion. San Francisco is often called “Everybody’s Favorite City,” a title earned by its scenic30 Guide to Location of APHA beauty, cultural attractions, diverse communities, and world-class cuisine. This very walk- Sections, SPIGs, Caucuses, able city is dotted with landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz and Forums the largest Chinatown in the United States. A stroll of the city’s streets can lead to Union Square, the Italian-flavored North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, the Castro, Japantown and31 Hotel Reservation Form the Mission District, with intriguing neighborhoods to explore at every turn. The City is home to world-class theater, opera, symphony, ballet companies and often boasts premieres of Broadway-bound plays and culture-changing performing arts. San Francisco is one of America’s greatest dining cities. The diverse cultural influences, proximity to the freshest ingredients and competitive creativity of world-class chefs result in unforgettable dining and cultural experiences throughout the city.2 AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
  3. 3. OPENING/CLOSING SESSIONSOpening General Session Closing General SessionSUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 ■ 12:00 PM–2:00 PM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31 Gail Sheehy 2:30 PM–4:00 PM As the best-selling author of 15 books, Gail Sheehy has rocked the Incarceration, Justice and Health culture and changed the way millions of women and men around the world look at the stages of their lives. She offers dynamic programs Angela Y. Davis based on her ground-breaking investigations and observations of the Through her activism lives of men and women within different phases of their lives and how and scholarship over the they can enjoy them to the fullest. last decades, AngelaMs. Sheehy’s revolutionary Passages remained on The New York Times best-seller list Davis has been deeplyfor more than three years and has been reprinted in 28 languages. A Library of Congress involved in our nation’ssurvey named Passages one of the 10 most influential books of our time. quest for social justice. Her work as an educator—both at the university level andAs a literary journalist, Ms. Sheehy was one of the original contributors to New Yorkmagazine. A contributing editor to Vanity Fair since 1984, she won the Washington in the larger public sphere—has alwaysJournalism Review Award for Best Magazine Writer in America for her in-depth character emphasized the importance of buildingportraits of national and world leaders, including both Presidents Bush, Bill and Hillary communities of struggle for economic,Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Margaret Thatcher, Saddam Hussein and Mikhail Gorbachev. racial, and gender justice.Ms. Sheehy is a seven-time recipient of the New York Newswomen’s Club Front Page Like many other educators, ProfessorAward for distinguished journalism. Davis is especially concerned with Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH the general tendency to devote more Dr. Frieden is the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and resources and attention to the prison Prevention (CDC) and Administrator of the Agency for Toxic Substances system than to educational institutions. and Disease Registry (ATSDR). A physician with training in internal Having helped to popularize the notion medicine, infectious diseases, public health, and epidemiology, of a “prison industrial complex,” she now Dr. Frieden is especially known for his expertise in tuberculosis urges her audiences to think seriously control. Dr. Frieden has worked to control both communicable and about the future possibility of a worldnon-communicable diseases in the United States and around the world. without prisons and to help forge a 21stFrom 1992–1996, he led New York City’s program that rapidly controlled tuberculosis, century abolitionist movement.including reducing cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis by 80 percent. He thenworked in India for five years where he assisted with national tuberculosis control Angela Davis is the author of eight booksefforts. The program in India has treated more than 10 million patients and has saved and has lectured throughout the Unitedmore than one million lives. As Commissioner of the New York City Health Department States as well as abroad. In recent yearsfrom 2002–2009, he directed one of the world’s largest public health agencies, with an a persistent theme of her work has beenannual budget of $1.7 billion and more than 6,000 staff. the range of social problems associated Dr. Reed V. Tuckson, MD with incarceration and the generalized Dr. Tuckson is one of our nation’s most thoughtful and compelling criminalization of those communities that advocates for health. He is a former Commissioner of Public Health are most affected by poverty and racial for the District of Columbia and Senior Vice President for Programs at discrimination. She draws upon her own the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. He went on to serve in experiences in the early seventies as a a variety of national roles, including President of the Charles R. Drew person who spent eighteen months in University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles and Senior Vice jail and on trial, after being placed on thePresident, Professional Standards, for the American Medical Association (AMA). He FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted List.” Her mostcurrently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief of Medical Affairs at UnitedHealth recent books are Abolition DemocracyGroup, a Fortune 25 diversified health and well-being company. As the senior clinician of and Are Prisons Obsolete? about theUnitedHealth Group, Dr. Tuckson is responsible for working with the company’s diverse andcomprehensive business units to improve the quality and efficiency of the health services abolition of the prison industrial complex,they provide to the 75 million members they are privileged to serve worldwide. and a new edition of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.APHA.ORG/MEETINGS/ANNUALMEETING 3
  4. 4. SCHEDULE OF EVENTSSaturday, October 27, 2012 Monday, October 29, 20127:30 am–6:00 pm Registration 7:30 am–5:00 pm Registration7:30 am–6:30 pm Mix & Mingle Lounge 7:30 am–9:00 pm Mix & Mingle Lounge7:30 am–9:30 pm Business Meetings/Related Organization 6:30 am–8:00 am Business Meetings/Related Organization Meetings/Social Hours Meetings/Social Hours8:00 am–2:00 pm Affiliate Day 8:30 am–10:00 am Scientific and Special Sessions [3000.0–3072.0]8:00 am–9:00 pm Related Organization Meetings 9:30 am–5:30 pm APHA Public Health Expo8:30 am–12:30 pm Intersectional Council Meeting 10:30 am–11:30 am Poster Sessions [3073.0–3099.0]9:00 am–12:30 pm APHA Learning Institutes [1001.0–1002.0] 10:30 am–12:00 pm Scientific Sessions [3100.0–3179.0]9:00 am–5:00 pm APHA Learning Institutes [1003.0–1009.0] 12:30 pm–1:30 pm Poster Sessions [3180.0–3201.0]1:00 pm–2:00 pm Governing Council Orientation 12:30 pm–2:00 pm Scientific Sessions [3202.0–3275.0]1:00 pm–3:00 pm Governing Council Credentialing 1 2:30 pm–3:30 pm Poster Sessions [3276.0–3300.0]1:30 pm–5:00 pm APHA Learning Institutes [1010.0–1011.0] 2:30 pm–4:00 pm Scientific Sessions [3301.0–3383.0]3:00 pm–6:00 pm Governing Council Session I (including 4:30 pm–5:30 pm Poster Sessions [3384.0–3410.0] candidates forum) 4:30 pm–6:00 pm Scientific Sessions [3411.0–3452.0]6:30 pm–8:00 pm Committee on Affiliates Reception 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Scientific Sessions 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Business Meetings/Related OrganizationSunday, October 28, 2012 Meetings/Social Hours7:30 am–6:00 pm Registration7:30 am–9:00 pm Mix & Mingle Lounge Tuesday, October 30, 20128:00 am–11:30 am APHA Learning Institutes [2012.0] 7:30 am–5:00 pm Registration8:00 am–5:30 pm APHA Learning Institutes [2013.0–2015.0] 7:30 am–9:00 pm Mix & Mingle Lounge8:00 am–9:00 pm Related Organization Meetings 6:30 am–8:00 am Business Meetings/Related Organization8:00 am–9:30 pm Business Meetings/Related Organization Meetings/Social Hours Meetings/Social Hours 8:00 am–9:00 am Governing Council Credentialing 29:00 am–11:00 am Governing Council Breakout Sessions 8:30 am–10:00 am Scientific Sessions [4001.0–4075.0]12:00 pm–2:00 pm Opening General Session [2030.0] 9:00 am–12:30 pm Governing Council Session II2:00 pm–5:30 pm Grand Opening APHA Public Health Expo 9:30 am–5:30 pm APHA Public Health Expo2:30 pm–3:30 pm Poster Sessions [2031.0–2059.0] 10:30 am–12:00 pm Scientific and Special Sessions [4077.0–4152.0]2:30 pm–5:00 pm Intersectional Council/Committee on 12:30 pm–1:30 pm Poster Sessions [4154.0–4179.0] Affiliates Joint Meeting 12:30 pm–2:00 pm Scientific Sessions [4180.0–4251.0]2:30 pm–6:00 pm APHA Learning Institutes [2016.0–2018.0] 1:00 pm–2:00 pm Governing Council Credentialing 33:30 pm–5:30 pm Annual Meeting/New Member Orientation 2:00 pm–5:00 pm Governing Council Session III3:30 pm–6:00 pm APHA Public Hearings 2:30 pm–3:30 pm Poster Sessions [4252.0–4273.0]4:30 pm–5:30 pm Poster Sessions [2060.0–2087.0] 2:30 pm–4:00 pm Scientific Sessions [4274.0–4352.0] 4:30 pm–5:30 pm Poster Sessions [4353.0–4378.0] 4:30 pm–6:00 pm Scientific Sessions [4379.0–4431.0] 6:00 pm–8:30 pm Public Health Awards Reception and Ceremony REGISTRATION AND HOUSING ARE LINKED 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Social Hours/Business Meetings Register for the meeting online and you are one click away from making a hotel reservation at one of APHA’s Wednesday, October 31, 2012 official hotels. Early-bird registration discounts and 7:30 am–12:30 pm Registration discounted rates at official APHA Annual Meeting hotels 7:30 am–2:30 pm Mix & Mingle Lounge in San Francisco, CA are available starting June 1 at 6:30 am–8:00 am Business Meetings/Related Organization www.apha.org/meetings/annualmeeting. Meetings/Social Hours 8:30 am–9:30 am Poster Sessions [5000.0–5027.0] Hotel reservations must be made through APHA Housing Services in order to confirm discounted rates in the APHA 8:30 am–10:00 am Scientific Sessions [5028.0–5102.0] block at Annual Meeting hotels and to take advantage 8:30 am–12:30 pm APHA Public Health Expo of complimentary shuttle bus service to the Moscone 10:30 am–12:00 pm Scientific and Special Sessions [5104.0–5158.0] Convention Center West. 12:30 pm–2:00 pm Scientific Sessions [5159.0–5215.0] 2:30 pm–4:00 pm Closing General Session [5216.0]4 AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
  5. 5. PROGRAM A A GLANCE T 6 am 7 am 8 am 9 am 10 am 11 am 12 pm 1 pm 2 pm 3 pm 4 pm 5 pm 6 pm 7 pm 8 pm 9 pm REGISTRATION MIX & MINGLE LOUNGESaturday, Affiliate DayOctober 27 APHA Learning Institutes Intersectional Council Meeting Governing Council Governing Council Meeting Orientation REGISTRATION MIX & MINGLE LOUNGESunday, APHA Learning InstitutesOctober 28 Public Health Expo Everything APHA Electronic Information Center Opening General Poster Poster Sessions Sessions Session 2031.0–2059.0 2060.0–2087.0 Governing Council Breakouts APHA Public Hearings REGISTRATION MIX & MINGLE LOUNGE Public Health Expo Everything APHA Electronic Information CenterMonday,October 29 Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Social Hours Business Meetings 3000.0–3072.0 3100.0–3179.0 3202.0–3275.0 3301.0–3383.0 3411.0–3452.0 Business Meetings APHA Special Poster Poster Poster Poster Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions 3103.0–3106.0 3073.0–3099.0 3180.0–3201.0 3276.0–3300.0 3384.0–3410.0 REGISTRATION MIX & MINGLE LOUNGE Public Health Expo Everything APHA Electronic Information CenterTuesday, Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Social Hours Business Meetings 4001.0–4075.0 4077.0–4152.0 4180.0–4251.0 4274.0–4352.0 4379.0–4431.0October 30 Business Meetings APHA Special Poster Poster Poster Public Health Awards Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions 4093.0–4097.0 4154.0–4179.0 4252.0–4273.0 4353.0–4378.0 Reception and Ceremony Governing Council Meeting REGISTRATION MIX & MINGLE LOUNGE Public Health Expo Everything APHAWednesday, Electronic Information CenterOctober 31 Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Scientific Sessions Closing General Business Meetings 5028.0–5102.0 5104.0–5158.0 5159.0–5215.0 Session Poster APHA Special Sessions Sessions 5000.0–5027.0 5019.0–5011.0 6 am 7 am 8 am 9 am 10 am 11 am 12 pm 1 pm 2 pm 3 pm 4 pm 5 pm 6 pm 7 pm 8 pm 9 pm REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.APHA.ORG/MEETINGS/ANNUALMEETING 5
  6. 6. ANNUAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTSEducational Programs Social Networking at the Annual MeetingThe 2012 Annual Meeting will unite the Stay connected before, during and after the Annual Meeting with social media toolspublic health community and afford dedicated to sharing information and connecting people throughout the Annualprofessionals and practitioners the Meeting www.apha.org/meetings/SocialMedia.opportunity to enhance their knowledge Check out the daily APHA Meetings Blog at www.aphaanualmeeting.and exchange information on best blogspot.com.practices, latest research and new Follow Twitter @APHAAnnualMtg, hashtag #apha12.trends in public health. Follow APHA and the Annual Meeting.The Annual Meeting consists of morethan 1,000 scientific sessions, round- New this year! The APHA Annual Meeting mobile app will be available intables, poster sessions, institutes and September. Access session information, maps, exhibitor info and more!panel discussions at which over 5,000scientific papers will be presented.See pages 10–22 for a comprehensivelisting of session titles. Specific sessionpresenter information is available in thesearchable online program at www.apha.org/meetings/annualmeeting.Plan your meeting itinerary in advancewith the personal scheduling application. Mix & Mingle Lounge The Mix & Mingle Lounge (MML) will be located in the Moscone Convention Center South Lobby. The MML provides a quiet, sophis- ticated, comfortable and relaxing environment to meet friends, colleagues and potential business associates. Take advantage of free WiFi provided by APHA.6 AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
  7. 7. ANNUAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTSAPHA Public Health ExpoMore than 700 booths of information, state-of-the-art products and servicesgeared towards public health professionals await you at the APHA Public HealthExpo. The Expo provides an excellent opportunity for attendees to meet andgreet each other while learning more about public health careers, visiting withpublishers, schools of public health, health-related government agencies,technology and pharmaceutical companies, just to name a few. See pages23–24 for a list of this year’s exhibitors. Access poster sessions, the ElectronicInformation Center, Everything APHA, APHA Press and the Exhibitor Theatrealso located in the Public Health Expo which takes place in Moscone ConventionCenter South Halls A/B/C.EVERYTHING APHA U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., received the 2011Everything APHA, located in the center of the Public Health APHA Distinguished Legislator of the Year fromExpo, is the complete source for APHA information, publications, APHA executive director, Dr. Georges Benjamin.membership benefits and public health career opportunities. PUBLIC HEALTH AWARDSPUBLIC HEALTH CAREERMART RECEPTION & CEREMONYPublic Health CareerMart is the perfect opportunity for employers and job seekersto meet face-to-face. Prior to the meeting, employers and job seekers can submit On Tuesday, October 30, beginning at 6:00 pm, join your colleagues at the Publicjob announcements and resumes online. Employers can Health Awards Reception and Ceremonyreserve interview booths, and job seekers can also sign to recognize the recipients of APHA’s mostup for private sessions* with a certified career coach. For distinguished awards.additional information on all the career opportunities atAPHA 140th Annual Meeting & Exposition please contact eutha.mitchell@apha. HELP US HELP THEMorg or visit http://www.apha.org/about/careers/am_careers2012.htm. It is APHA’s goal to give*These are paid sessions. back to the local community. Help make a significantPOSTER SESSIONS impact this year and donate to the San Francisco Community ClinicPoster Sessions (visual presentations of scientific research) are presented Sunday Consortium, which works in under-servedthrough Wednesday by their authors in the exhibit hall. See the Program at a neighborhoods to ensure that peopleGlance on page 5 for poster session time slots. who are at greatest risk for poor health outcomes—due to such things as lack ofELECTRONIC INFORMATION CENTER insurance, low-income or homelessness—APHA’s Electronic Information Centers enable registered do not continue to fall between the cracksattendees to access their email from two locations in the in our health care system. Find out moreMoscone Convention Center, in the Public Health Expo, Moscone at www.sfccc.org. To contribute, see stepConvention Center South and the Moscone Convention Center 10 on the registration form.West Lobby (Level 1). FILM FESTIVALVIRTUAL EXPO Visit the 9th Annual APHA Film FestivalThe Virtual Expo is an online interface that gives registrants the ability to browse showcasing more than 30 films focusing on international and US public healththe Public Health Expo floor plan and search for exhibitors by company name, issues www.apha.org/meetings/product/service category and keyword. Access the Virtual Expo at www.apha. highlights.org/meetings/exposition.REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.APHA.ORG/MEETINGS/ANNUALMEETING 7
  8. 8. CONTINUING EDUCATION ONLINE SESSION PRESENTATION RECORDINGS Scientific session voice and PowerPoint presentations are recorded and provide access to hundreds of streamed audio and video presentations during the Annual Meeting. For full access to these recorded sessions, register for E-ssentialLearning on the Annual Meeting registration form. Discounted fees of $55 for Annual Meeting session presenters, $80 for APHA members (who are not session presenters), and $135 for non-members are in effect for anyone registering for the full APHA Annual Meeting by the September 20 pre-registration deadline. Login information and password will be provided following the Annual Meeting. Presentations can be accessed through the online program.Annual Meeting Certified health education specialists, matter of this program. This includes nurses and nurse practitioners, physi- relationships with pharmaceuticalEducational Objectives: cians, professionals certified in public companies, biomedical device manufac-■ To define the roles of the public health health, and professionals seeking turers or other corporations whose community in responding to the non-physician category 1 credit. products or services are related to the influences of physical, economic and subject matter of the session topics. The Policy on Planner and Presenter social environments. intent of this policy is to identify openly Disclosure: The APHA strives to ensure any conflict of interest so that the attendee■ To identify lessons learned and best balance, independence, objectivity and may form their own judgments about the practices in addressing general public scientific rigor in all of its educational presentation with full disclosure of the health issues. programs. All planners, faculty members, facts. In addition, faculty is expected to■ To increase information about and moderators, discussants, panelist and openly disclose any off-label, experimental general awareness of public health presenters participating in this program and/or investigational uses of drugs or issues and how they are affected by have been required to disclose any real devices in their presentation. Written immediate world factors. or apparent conflict(s) of interest that disclosures are available upon request. may have a direct bearing on the subject■ To improve the competencies and enrich the work experiences of public health practitioners through skills building. Continuing Education Credits■ To address the gap between public The 2012 APHA Annual Meeting offers participants the opportunity to earn CE contact health practitioner’s knowledge and hour credits in four professional disciplines: CHES/MCHES, Nursing, CME (physicians performance as it relates to current and non-physicians) and CPH. Total CE credits available to registrants are the same for all public health issues. four disciplines. APHA is an accredited provider of CE for CHES/MCHES, Nursing, CME (physicians and non-physicians) and CPH, view specific statements online at www.apha.Target Audience: Public health profes- org/programs/education/edannualmtg. Also online find information on CE contact hoursionals, environmental and occupational credits, abstracts, objectives, disclosures, and requirements for earning CE. While not all sessions are approved for credit, hundreds of them will be approved. For a full schedulehealth professionals, federal, state, of approved CE activities, see the APHA online and printed program. Online evaluationscounty and local health agency officials for each session attended are required and must be completed no later than Decemberand staff, administrators, managers, 14, 2012—a $50 access fee is also required. Registration for CE must be completed nopractitioners, researchers, academics, later than 12 noon on October 31, 2012 and cannot be added after registration closes. Nostudents, policymakers and all other refunds available after start of meeting.public health related professionals.8 AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
  9. 9. LEARNING INSTITUTESSATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2012 CE CREDIT LI# TITLE SCHEDULE FEES HOURS 1001.0 * How to Find and Use Health Information on the Web3 (Internet-Based—Limited to 25) 9:00 am–12:30 pm $250 3 1002.0 Free Online Health and Demographic Data from the Minnesota Population Center 9:00 am–12:30 pm $250 3 1003.0 The Nuts and Bolts of Public Health Research Day 1 (Two-day course) 9:00 am–5:00 pm $375 6 * A Gentle Introduction to Mathematical Modeling: Lessons from the Living Dead1, 3 1004.0 9:00 am–5:00 pm $275 6 (Internet-Based—Limited to 50) Applying Science-based Guidelines and Policy Data to Change the Nutrition and Physical 1005.0 9:00 am–5:00 pm $275 6 Activity Environment in Schools Cultural Competence Education for Students in Medicine and Public Health: A Teaching and 1006.0 9:00 am–5:00 pm $275 6 Training Module to Bolster Community Health Across the Life Span 1007.0 Epidemiology for Non-Epidemiologists Day 1 (Two-day course) 9:00 am–5:00 pm $375 6 1008.0 Effecting Change: Motivational Interviewing and Practical Tools for Facilitating Behavioral Shifts 9:00 am–5:00 pm $275 6 1009.0 Scientific Writing for Peer Reviewed Publications for Public Health Professionals 9:00 am–5:00 pm $275 6 1010.0 Creating an Innovative Health Equity Training Series for the Public Health Workforce 1:30 pm–5:00 pm $250 3 1011.0 Integrated behavioral health: planning and implementation of behavioral health services 1:30 pm–5:00 pm $250 3SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2012 CE CREDIT LI# TITLE SCHEDULE FEES HOURS 2012.0 Evaluating and Selecting Documentation for Accreditation Measures 8:00 am–11:30 am $250 3 The Nuts and Bolts of Public Health Research Day 2 (Two day course—see Saturday for + 2003.0 8:00 am–5:30 pm — 6 registration fee) Epidemiology for Non-Epidemiologists Day 2 (Two day course—see Saturday for + 2007.0 8:00 am–5:30 pm — 6 registration fee) 2013.0 * Biostatistics for Non-statisticians2,3+ (Internet-Based—Limited to 25) 8:00 am–5:30 pm $275 6 2014.0 Monitoring the Public’s Health: Using Data from the National Center for Health Statistics+ 8:00 am–5:30 pm $275 6 Social Norms Marketing Interventions: Context, Evidence, Planning, Implementation 2015.0 8:00 am–5:30 pm $275 6 and Evaluation+ Keys to Writing NIH Meritorious Proposal for Behavioral Science and Cancer Control in 2016.0 2:30 pm–6:00 pm $250 3 Public Health 2017.0 Good Decision Making in Real Time: Public Health Ethics for Health Officials 2:30 pm–6:00 pm $250 3 2018.0 Global Health Leadership Institute 2:30 pm–6:00 pm $50 3*Participants MUST bring PC platform laptop or Mac with 1GHz, 1GB of RAM with wireless capability and Internet Explorer or Firefox internet browser; and an external mouse and power cord.1 Computers for this workshop must also include Windows XP or higher, Mac OS or Linux, and latest version of R; see web for free R download: http://www.r-project.org/.2 Computer must also include Microsoft Excel 2003 or higher.3 Check your computer BEFORE registering for this course. Computers will not be available on-site for use or rental.+ This all day course will break from 11:30 am–2:30 pm for the Opening General SessionPlease contact Evangeline Savage at evangeline.savage@apha.org or 202-777-2523 if you have any questions. Full program descriptions, learning objectives, faculty, tentative agendas and disclosure information for each Learning Institute course can be accessed at www.apha.org/programs/ CANCELLATION POLICY education/edannualmtg. A $50 cancellation fee will be NOTE: APHA reserves the right to cancel any LI due to low enrollment. In the case of deducted for each LI and $20 cancellation, registrants will be notified immediately and given the opportunity to choose an alternate LI or to be fully refunded. for each CE cancellation.REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.APHA.ORG/MEETINGS/ANNUALMEETING 9
  10. 10. SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS SECTIONS Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs 3002.0 New Findings on U.S. Trends in Alcohol Aging & Public Health Use Problems and Services Use 2031.0 Built Environment and Aging 3003.0 FDA: A New Role in Tobacco Regulation 2032.0 Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, and Related Issues 3004.0 Fat or Fiction: Connections Between 2060.0 Health Promotion, Health Tobacco Use and WeightInfancy Education Milestones Hospice Education, and Prevention 3076.0 ATOD Student Poster Showcase 2061.0 Healthcare for Special Population 3077.0 ATOD Student Poster Showcase and Special Circumstances 3103.0 Local and State Enforcement of Alcohol 3000.0 Aging and the Built Environment Policies: Results from 2 National Surveys 3000.1 Rural Aging Issues 3104.0 Identifying and Assessing Prescription 3001.0 Alzheimer’s Disease / Dementia Drug Abuse Risks across Populations 3075.0 Health Promotion, Health 3204.0 Support for Smoke-free Troops & Veterans Prevention, and Healthcare 3205.0 Cross Cutting Issues in ATOD 3102.0 Medicare/Medicaid Policy For the best in 3102.1 Aetna Award for Excellence in Research 3304.0 Let’s Learn the Front Line Story: ATOD & the Military public health science, on Older Women and Related Papers 3180.0 Special Population and Special Circumstances 3305.0 Tobacco Control: Dual Use, Dissolvables & Menthol 3384.0 Addressing Prescription Drug Use & Abuse networking and 3180.1 Healthcare and Health Management for the Elderly 3385.0 Triple Threat: Mixing & Matching of education, no other 3180.2 Special Topics in Aging Research Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs 3386.0 Across the Drug Spectrum: From Research meeting in the world 3180.3 Healthcare Utilization and Costs for Older Adults to Evaluation to Integration 3203.0 Communicating Health Information compares! with Older Adults 3387.0 Consequences & Comorbidities: ATOD Studies 3388.0 Epidemiology & Special Populations: ATOD Studies 3203.1 Chronic Disease Management and Self-care 3203.2 Older Adults and Disability 3412.0 Tobacco Use Among the 99% Public health researchers, academi- 3277.0 Chronic Disease Management Issues 3413.0 Maternal Child Health Issues in Tobacco Control cians, policy-makers and practitioners 4004.0 Partnership Development Across the 3278.0 Innovations, Technologies and will present more than 5,000 scientific Caregiving in Aging Practice Affordable Care Act & the Mental Health Parity & Addictions Equity Act papers at over 1,000 scientific sessions 3279.0 End of Life Care 4005.0 Emerging Issues in Tobacco including oral presentations, round- 3280.0 Racial and Ethnic Disparities 4081.0 International Alcohol Control: Systematically 3302.0 Community-Based Long-Term Care table workshops, poster sessions and Addressing Alcohol Problems at 3303.0 End of Life Care Issues the Global & National Levels panel discussions, all designed to 3303.1 Nutrition and Aging 4082.0 Accessing Care for Co-occurring enhance knowledge and exchange 3410.1 Special Topics in Healthcare for the Drug Use & Infectious Disease information about public health. Elderly and Related Issues 4083.0 Teach the Children Well: ATOD Prevention 3411.0 Aging and Public Health Section Awards Session 4084.0 Ongoing & Escalating Tobacco Industry Interference A comprehensive listing of all scientific 4001.0 Translating Aging Research into Practice 4154.0 Consumer Beware: Point of Sale session titles follows. Refer to the 4002.0 Environment and Aging Promotions in the United States 4003.0 Health Promotion for Older Adults Annual Meeting Schedule of Events 4155.0 Hookah Use: Unfiltered 4079.0 Grantmaker Roundtable and Program at a Glance on pages 4156.0 The Mosaic of Tobacco-related Disparities 4080.0 Healthcare Outcomes and Quality of Life 4157.0 System Advances in Tobacco Cessation 4–5 to determine specific session time 4080.1 Weight Rights to Choose at the End of Life: 4158.0 Tobacco Control: Epidemiological Issues slots. To view the program schedule Major Points of Consensus and Disagreement 4159.0 Online Tobacco Programming: 4182.0 Healthcare Utilization and Costs including full descriptions, abstracts, High Tech? High Touch? 4183.0 Healthy Communities for Healthy Aging learning objectives, faculty, session 4160.0 Cessation—Individual Influences & Impacts 4183.1 Symposium: Assessing the Interaction between agendas and disclosure information, 4161.0 Youth & Vulnerable Populations Health and Transportation among Seniors 4162.0 Tobacco Control Policies visit the Online Program at www.apha. 4274.0 Immigrant and Minority Health and Aging 4163.0 Tobacco Control from Around the World org/meetings/AnnualMeeting/. 4275.0 International Health and Aging and Healthcare Policy 4184.0 Alcohol Policy and State Policy Environments in the U.S 4275.1 Symposium: Golden Years in the Golden State Registrants can utilize the Personal 4185.0 Monitoring Tobacco Industry Pricing 4275.2 New Directions to Healthy Aging Scheduler to plan their itineraries & Price-Reducing Practices: Policy in the 21st Century Implications for Tobacco Control at the APHA Annual Meeting. 4380.0 Nursing Home Care and Utilization 4186.0 Economics, Availability & Alcohol- 5029.0 End of Life and Related Issues Related Harm: Successes & Threats 5030.0 Personal Assistance, Social Support, and Caregiving 4253.0 Influences on Young Adult and 5030.1 Innovations and Technologies in College Student Drinking Health and Aging Practice 4254.0 International Substance Use Epidemiology 5104.0 Physical Activity and Successful Aging and Intervention Studies 5159.0 Public Health Policy and Aging 4255.0 Race, Ethnicity and Special Populations: Epidemiology and Interventions 5160.0 Symposium: Lessons Learned from an Innovative Medicare Demonstration: Senior Risk Reduction 4256.0 Environmental Influences on Drinking and Related Consequences 10 AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
  11. 11. SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS4257.0 Social and Descriptive Epidemiology 3324.0 Invited Session—Consolidating Local Public Health of Substance Use Departments to Expand Capacity & Improve4258.0 Substance Use Intervention and Treatment Public Health Outcomes: Evidence from Ohio4259.0 SBIRT Across Populations & Settings 3325.0 Invited Session—Evaluating Regulations for Beverages, Physical Activity & Screen Time in4260.0 Across the Policy Spectrum: Cases Group Child Care Centers in New York City: from Tobacco Control Methods, Outcomes & Lessons Learned4261.0 Tobacco Policies on College Campuses and 3326.0 Invited Session—Comparative Effectiveness in Other Critical American Institutions Research in Public Health: Results from4276.0 Home, Smoke-free, Home: Advances Four Recovery Act-funded Projects in Smoke-free Housing 3391.0 Poster Session—Social Determinants of Health4277.0 Policy Level Interventions & Impacts: 3392.0 Poster Session—Engaging & Alcohol & Other Drugs Empowering Underserved Populations4278.0 Translating Social Epidemiology Into Practice to Improve their Communities4278.1 Tobacco Use & Policy Issues In Special Populations 3419.0 Community Health Planning, Policy and Advocacy Efforts4381.0 Alcohol and Injuries in the Americas 5041.0 Invited Session—Innovative Prevention 3420.0 Tobacco Control & Air Quality—Policy & Advocacy4382.0 New Research in Addiction Treatment Strategies that Impact the Health & Wellbeing Efforts to Promote Healthier Communities of African American & Hispanic Communities5031.0 Tobacco Marketing: New Messages, 4018.0 Invited Session—Minority Participation in Health Across the Lifespan: Centers for Medicare Products, & Media Research: Creating Community Partnerships & Medicaid Services-Funded Research5032.0 Linking Vulnerable Drug Using Populations 4019.0 Making Strides in Health Literacy to 5042.0 Policy, Systems and Environmental to Quality Care and Services Improve Wellness Across the Lifespan Changes to Improve Health Systems &5033.0 Seeing SBIRT’s Future: Economics, 4020.0 Impact of the Recession on Public Promote Healthier Communities Integration, and RCT’s Health Agencies—Lessons Learned & 5043.0 Translating the Affordable Care Act –5105.0 The Alcohol Industry: What Are We Buying? New Models for Service Delivery What is the Role of Public Health?5106.0 Models & Methods For Prevention 4103.0 Invited Session—Health Impact Assessment 5044.0 Strategies for Community Health Improvements (HIA) Leaders Creating Sustainable Change from Community Members and Activists5161.0 Act Local: Policy Updates On Laws to Restrict Alcohol Access 4104.0 Invited Session—Social Determinants of 5116.0 Unique Strategies for Ensuring Availability, Health: Moving from Concept to Action Affordability & Accessibility of Healthy Food5162.0 Don’t Take It Outdoors: Smoke-free Beaches, Parks, & Litter Policies 4104.1 Built Environment—Policies & Options for Underserved Communities Collaborations to Improve Health 5117.0 Health & Community Impact Assessments:Chiropractic Health Care Behaviors & Reduce Chronic Disease Benefits for Use in Designing Communities 4164.0 Poster Session—Community- that Foster Public Health3022.0 Chiropractic, public health and under-served communities based Participatory Research 5166.0 Creative Initiatives for Using Healthy 4165.0 Poster Session—Research & Data Analysis People 2020 to Build Healthy Communities3119.0 Musculoskeletal pain and disability – a Joint CHPPD/PHEHP Session as a public health priority 4166.0 Poster Session—Diverse & Interdisciplinary Partnerships to Promote Public Health 5167.0 Interdisciplinary and Diverse Collaborations3219.0 Innovation in public health education to Promote a Continuum of Community within the chiropractic colleges 4200.0 Invited Session—Advancing Equity through Health across the Lifespan3323.0 Chiropractic Research: Current status and updates Policy, Systems, and Environmental Strategies 5168.0 Social Determinants of Health: Evidence-based3418.0 Policy, regulation, comparative and 4201.0 Engaging Underserved Populations Initiatives & Policies to Create Sustainable cost effectiveness research in Improving their Communities Change and Healthy Communities 4202.0 Invited Session—Creative Messaging to Counter 5169.0 Creative Strategies to Eliminate BarriersCommunity Health Planning and Misconceptions About Vaccine Safety and Increase Vaccination Rates ofPolicy Development 4203.0 Integrating Violence Prevention with the Hard-to-Reach Populations2067.0 Poster Session—Health Disparities Prevention of Obesity & Chronic Diseases3024.0 Invited Session—Process, Politics and Power in 4263.0 Poster Session—Health Promotion & Education Community Health Workers Community Engaged Research Partnerships 4264.0 Poster Session—Policy & Prevention 3027.0 Integrating CHWs into Health Care Teams: Improving Quality and Containing Costs3025.0 Invited Session—Transdisciplinary 4292.0 Addressing Childhood and Adolescent Obesity Approach to Assessing Impact Across through School & Community Health Initiatives 3123.0 CHWs and Cancer Control: Making A the Transportation Life Cycle Difference in Health and Wellness 4293.0 Providing Coordinated & Comprehensive3026.0 Invited Session—Healthier Communities through Care for Vulnerable Populations 3224.0 Community Health Workers: Key to Achieving Sodium Reduction in Restaurants: Evaluation the Triple Aim (Special Invited Session) 4294.0 Advocacy, Empowerment & Collaborations— Approaches to Build Practice-Based Evidence 3327.0 Sustaining CHW Programs: Effective Models for Healthier Communities3120.0 Invited Session—Health Equity: Are We Making Successes and Challenges 4385.0 Roundtable Session—Health Impact Progress? Through a Social Justice, Women’s, 3393.0 CHWs Impacting Health and Assessments & Effective Collaborations Persons with Disabilities and LGBTQ Lens Wellness across the Lifespan to Promote Community Health3121.0 Emergency and Disaster Preparedness & Response 3394.0 Promoting Healthy Communities 4386.0 Grassroots Participatory Data Collection for for Vulnerable and Diverse Populations Beyond the Health Care System Community & Regional Health Planning3122.0 Using GIS in Community Health 4021.0 Innovative Programs, Research, and Evaluation 4387.0 Community-Based Participatory Projects Planning and Policy Development in Addressing the Critical Role of CHWs/ that Increase Underrepresented Voices3220.0 Quality Improvement Planning for CHRs in Urban, Rural and Tribal Settings 4388.0 Evaluating Community Health Planning, Public Health Accreditation 4105.0 Supporting Community Health Workers Policy and Advocacy Efforts3221.0 Innovative Strategies for Using Social Media & Through Policies and Systems Changes 4389.0 Health in All Policies—Creative Health Information Technology in Public Health 4204.0 CHW Certification and Credentialing: Strategies & Diverse Collaborations3222.0 Cost-Benefit Analysis for Public Health: States Perspectives’ on Successful 5040.0 Evidence-based and Community Practices and Lessons Learned Return on Investment for Prevention & Transformation Initiatives to Implement Long-term Sustainable Outcomes 4295.0 CHW Certification and Credentialing: What Sustainable Healthy Lifestyle Changes3223.0 Invited Session—Framing Community Have We Learned and How Will We Proceed? and School-based Environment & Policy 4390.0 Personal Safety and Preventing Approaches to Advance Active Living Workplace Violence for CHWsREGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.APHA.ORG/MEETINGS/ANNUALMEETING 11
  12. 12. SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS5045.0 CHWs Addressing Chronic Disease Across the Lifespan5118.0 Prevention and Wellness across the Lifespan: CHWs Impacting Health InternationallyDisability2068.0 Disability Section Poster Session 12069.0 Disability Section Poster Session 22070.0 Disability Section Poster Session 32071.0 Disability Section Poster Session 43028.0 Access to health services3124.0 Disability data collection and surveillance3225.0 Improving health service delivery for persons with disabilities3328.0 Implications of changing health care policies on persons with disabilities3421.0 Health issues of children with special health 2011 Opening General Session Speakers, Jonathan Jarvis, Pamela S. Hyde, Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, care needs—findings from national surveys and Tom Daschle.4022.0 Persons with disabilities at the beginning and the end of life 4107.0 If I can’t see it, will it hurt? Community 5048.0 Today’s health lifespan: Made possible by 1004106.0 Conceptualizing and defining disability, perception of environmental hazards years of environmental health leadership health and quality of life 4108.0 State environmental public health 5120.0 Environmental Health Policies, Human Health Costs4167.0 Disability Section Poster Session 5 programs; Innovation and resourcefulness 5121.0 Equity, Access, and Sustainability: Persistent4168.0 Disability Section Poster Session 6 for emerging threats challenges to population health in rural America4169.0 Disability Section Poster Session 7 4206.0 History and opportunities: A look at the 5122.0 Local public health in action: the4205.0 Social participation, environment and disability children’s environmental health movement physical, economic and health benefits and implications for the future4296.0 Emerging clinical issues on health of policies and planning of persons with disabilities 4207.0 Research and tools for assessing built-environment 5171.0 What’s in the water? Evidence to support factors contributing to neighborhood health4391.0 Other important or emerging issues protection of public and private water supplies in disability & public health 4208.0 Inserting health indicators into 5172.0 New policy recommendations on California’s climate change and regional5046.0 Health promotion interventions childhood lead poisoning prevention: A transportation planning process for persons with disabilities renewed call for primary prevention 4297.0 What’s in our food and our bodies:5119.0 Impact of minority status on health 5173.0 Public health clinician training programs: Using new technologies to test for of persons with disabilities Addressing the environmental public known and unknown chemicals health workforce shortage5170.0 Community services related to health, employment 4298.0 Protecting reproductive and child health: and living of persons with disabilities the critical role of regulation Epidemiology 4299.0 Resilience and climate change risk: Bringing 2036.0 Infectious Disease Epidemiology Poster SessionEnvironment resilience into public health policies and practice3029.0 The role of public health in Green Building Policy 2037.0 Social Epidemiology Poster Session 4300.0 Local Environmental Health Action For3085.0 Poster Session: Environment Section Environmental and Social Justice: Lessons From 2038.0 Diabetes Epidemiology Poster Session Student Achievement Poster Session the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s 2072.0 Infectious Disease Epidemiology Poster Session 23086.0 Poster Session: Environment Section Student Program on Health, Equity and Sustainability 2073.0 Vaccine Preventable Diseases Poster Session Achievement Poster Session (2 of 2) 4353.0 Poster Session: Indoor air quality 2074.0 Epidemiology of Maternal and3087.0 Poster session: Lab-based approaches to and building health Infant Health Poster Session environmental public health research 4353.1 Poster Session: Chronic disease and 2075.0 Cardiovascular Disease3125.0 Biomonitoring: A tool to inform understanding environmental public health Epidemiology Poster Session of health risk and decision-making 4353.2 Poster Session: Emerging issues in 3030.0 Cancer and Obesity Patterns3126.0 Climate-ready states and cities: A environmental public health among Latinos and Asians snapshot from around the nation 4392.0 Valuing and leveraging local knowledge: 3088.0 Women and Children’s Health Poster Session3226.0 Environment Section Homer N. Calver Award Lunch promoting equitable community partnerships to improve environmental public health 3127.0 Environmental Epidemiology3329.0 Healthy Enviroments across Generations 4393.0 Community participation in 3128.0 Obesity and Nutrition3330.0 Public health contributions to the 3rd Superfund risk assessment 3129.0 The Case for Epidemiology Education US National Climate Assessment 5004.0 Poster Session: Environmental justice: The additive in Key Population Sectors: Update3422.0 Education and outreach: Promoting risk of a poor environment on health disparities on Progress and Prospects for APHA/ environmental public health in the home, Epidemiology Section Involvement in the community and in the classroom 5005.0 Poster Session: International environmental public health 3130.0 Infectious Disease Epidemiology 13423.0 Environmental exposures and biological variability: 5006.0 Poster Session: Environmental health risk sciences 3184.0 Genetic/Molecular and Pharmacological Defining the exposome in public health research Epidemiology Poster Session3424.0 Food deserts: Digging into the complexity 5007.0 Poster Session: Innovations in School of Public Health: Replenishing the 3184.1 Social Epidemiology Poster Session 2 of reducing food access disparities workforce while averting a crisis 3184.2 Exercise and Physical Activity Poster Session4023.0 Implementing Healthy Homes: Evaluating results and measuring success across the lifespan 5008.0 Poster Session: Transportation 3227.0 HIV/AIDS and other STDs and population health4024.0 Wellness through nature: Connection 3228.0 The Future of Epidemiology across the lifespan 5009.0 Poster Session: Investigating food safety 3229.0 Epidemiologic Methods4025.0 Health Impact Assessments: The new 5047.0 Tackling the environmental “riskscape” in maternal and child health 3230.0 Pediatric and Adolescent Epidemiology 1 hammer in the local public health tool kit 3231.0 Epidemiology of Health Disparities 112 AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 140TH ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION
  13. 13. SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS3281.0 Infectious Disease Epidemiology 3 3134.0 Keeping Our Food Safe from Pathogens 5055.0 Food Industry Regulation: Labeling,3281.1 Health Disparities Poster Session 3185.0 Addressing Food Security, Food Access, Taxation and Litigation3331.0 Epidemiology Award Lectures and Nutritional Needs of Underserved 5124.0 Improving the Retail Environment for Healthy and Disadvantaged Communities Food: Examples from the Communities3425.0 The Role of Epidemiology in Chronic Putting Prevention to Work Initiative Disease Assessment, Public Health Policy, 3186.0 Children’s Dietary Patterns and Nutrition Assurance, Intervention and Evaluation in School and Child Care Settings 5125.0 Evidence-based Obesity Prevention Strategies 3187.0 Food Systems, Food Environments, for Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes3426.0 Women, Maternal, and Infant Health and Food Policy 5125.1 Social Norms and Perceptions4026.0 Infectious Disease Epidemiology 2 Related to Diet and Weight 3188.0 Individual, Social, and Environmental4027.0 Gangs and Violence throughout the Life Influences on Dietary Practices 5179.0 Farmers’ Markets and Their Impact on Span: An Epidemiological Criminology Community Food Access and Diet Perspective for Prevention 3234.0 Improving the Food and Beverage Environment in Schools and Child Care Settings 5180.0 Maternal and Child Nutrition4028.0 Diabetes Epidemiology 3334.0 Food Access and Food Security 5181.0 Food, Fairness and Health II: Occupy Agriculture4029.0 Using Cancer Epidemiology Data for – Corporate Power, Equity and the Food System Comprehensive Cancer Control Planning, 3335.0 The Food Marketing Environment: Implementation, and Evaluation Barriers and Opportunities to Action to Improve Children’s Health HIV/AIDS4030.0 Social Epidemiology 1 3452.0 March of Dimes Agnes Higgins 3040.0 Community-Based HIV Testing and Prevention4109.0 Epigenetics—Significance and Relevance in Award Lecture and Reception 3041.0 Domestic Issues in HIV Prevention Public Health Chronic Disease in the USA 4033.0 Innovations in Food/Nutrition Assistance 3042.0 Evaluation of CDC-Funded Evidence-4170.0 Social and Behavioral Epidemiology Poster Session and Emergency Food Programs Based Interventions: Fidelity, Process,4170.1 Other topics in Epidemiology Poster Session 4034.0 Monitoring School Nutrition and Activity Outcomes, and New Directions4170.2 Environmental and Occupational Policies Over Time: Identifying Gains, 3143.0 A Discussion on International Issues in HIV & AIDS Epidemiology Poster Session Losses, Stalls and Disparities 3144.0 Barriers to HIV/AIDS Care 14209.0 Influenza 4111.0 You Can Lead the Students to Water, but . . . the Current State of Drinking Water Availability 3145.0 NIMH Panel On HIV/AIDS Research4210.0 Occupational Epidemiology and Intake in School and Child Care Settings Funding: Process and Priorities4211.0 Epidemiology of Suicide among Veterans 4112.0 Retail Strategies for Increasing Healthy 3238.0 Barriers to HIV/AIDS Care 2 and Active Duty Service Members Food Access and Purchasing 3239.0 HIV and Alcohol, Sex Exchange,4212.0 Pediatric and Adolescent Epidemiology 2 4216.0 Competitive Foods and Wellness and Substance Abuse4213.0 Cancer Epidemiology 1 Policies: Lessons Learned in Schools 3283.0 Poster I4265.0 Exercise and Physical Activity Poster Session 2 4217.0 Corner Store and Home Makeovers in East 3284.0 Poster II Los Angeles: Family and Neighborhood4301.0 Outbreak Investigations 3285.0 Poster III Interventions to Reduce Heart Disease Risk4302.0 NIH Grant Review Process 3286.0 Poster IV 4308.0 How Can We Balance Government Interventions,4303.0 Maternal and Infant Health Market Forces and Individual Responsibility 3287.0 Poster V4304.0 Psychiatric Epidemiology to Address the Obesity Epidemic? 3288.0 Poster VI4305.0 Cancer Epidemiology 2 4309.0 Research, Practice, and Policy Around Sugar- 3289.0 Poster VII Sweetened Beverage Consumption4306.0 Other Topics in Epidemiology 3345.0 HIV and AIDS in Racial and Ethnic 4310.0 Connecting Farmers to Consumers of All Ages Minority Populations in the US4354.0 Chronic Disease Epidemiology Poster 4399.0 Nutrition Education, Culinary, 3346.0 Factors Associated with HIV Testing4355.0 Environmental and Occupational and Gardening Programs Epidemiology Poster Session 2 3430.0 Community-Based Practice in 4400.0 Fast Food Menus, Marketing, and HIV Prevention and Care4356.0 Cancer Screening and Prevention Poster Session Public Policy: Can We Get Children4357.0 HIV and Other STI Poster Session and Adolescents to Eat Healthy? 3431.0 HIV and Co-infections/Comorbidities4393.1 Fracking: Public Health Implications 4400.1 Sodium in School Meals and in the 4042.0 HIV Studies in Specific Groups/Regions of Shale Gas Development Local Food Environment 4043.0 HIV and Injection Drug Use5010.0 Other Topics in Epidemiology Poster Session 2 5053.0 Food, Fairness and Health I: Communicating 4044.0 HIV and Women the “Sweet Spot” Around Healthy Food,5011.0 Chronic Disease Epidemiology Poster Session 2 4118.0 HIV & AIDS in Distinctive Populations Fairness and Social Disparities5049.0 An Interdisciplinary Framework The Developmental 4119.0 HIV Prevention among Specific Subpopulations 5054.0 Integrating Nutrition into Medical Origins of Chronic Disease: How Poor Nutrition in and Dental Care and Training 4120.0 HIV and Youth the Womb Creates Susceptibility to Hypertension, Diabetes, Obesity, and Coronary Heart Disease5050.0 Epidemiology and Surveillance5051.0 Cardiovascular Disease5052.0 Social Epidemiology 25123.0 Models to Support Public Health Practice: Midas5174.0 Epidemiology of Injury and Violence5175.0 Epidemiology of Health Disparities 25176.0 Asthma5177.0 Viral HepatitisFood and Nutrition3031.0 Food Economics and Public Health3032.0 Measuring the Food Environment3132.0 Regulating Competitive Foods in Schools: From Assessment to Policy3133.0 Nutrition and Human RightsREGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.APHA.ORG/MEETINGS/ANNUALMEETING 13

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