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PRELIMINARY AGENDA

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Monday, April 9
 

11:45am

A Systematic Analysis of State Health Improvement Planning: Variations in Process and Priorities.
This presentation will describe a systematic analysis of State Health Improvement Planning (SHIP), examining meaningful variations in State Health Assessment process and priorities identified based on a variety of state characteristics. Differences between State Health Improvement Planning and Local Health Department Community Health Improvement Planning will be examined.

Monday April 9, 2018 11:45am - 12:45pm
Room B

11:45am

Assessing Population Health Needs and Determinants in the Yukon Flats Region of Alaska with a Community-Academic Partnership
This presentation will discuss how community-academic partnerships can apply CBPR to assess social and behavioral determinants of a population's health. We present the methods applied by a collaboration between the Council for Athabascan Tribal Governments and University of Alaska, and describe the priority health issues, and their determinants, identified by residents of six remote communities.

Monday April 9, 2018 11:45am - 12:45pm
Room B

11:45am

Designing a Public Health Triple Aim: Recognizing the Complimentary Reciprocality of Public Health and Medicine
This presentation will acknowledge the importance and value of the Triple Aim for Healthcare, but recognize the extent to which these Aims overlap with but are not inclusive of the goals of Public Health. As such, a Triple Aim for Public Health is articulated, describing the complimentary reciprocality of Public Health and Medicine.

Monday April 9, 2018 11:45am - 12:45pm
Room B

11:45am

The Impact of Length of Stay on Self-Esteem, Depression, Nicotine Dependence, and Physical Activity among Homeless Men in Addiction Recovery
This presentation will describe the results of an evaluation study on the impact of length of stay in a faith-based, residential addictions recovery program on four quality of life indicators: self-esteem, physical activity, depression, and nicotine dependence.

Monday April 9, 2018 11:45am - 12:45pm
Room B
 
Tuesday, April 10
 

10:15am

Measuring the impact of 100 forth year medical students working towards sustainable community health improvement
This presentation will demonstrate how an innovative, required course for fourth year medical students can have significant impact on the community's health. While learning about upstream prevention and non-medical determinants of health, students engage in 80+ hours of service with established community partners leading to creative innovations, sustainable programs, effective advocacy and improved health.

Tuesday April 10, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
Room B