Agenda - Sessions

A Community of Confidence: Supporting Consumers' Health Decisions
Adopting Healthy Lifestyle Practices to Prevent Obesity and Diabetes Mellitus: Nursing Strategies Influencing Practice and Research Arena
Advanced Operative Dentistry
Advancing Health Equity: the National CLAS Standards
After the TVA-Kingston Catastrophe: EPA's Coal Ash Dam Assessments
An Epidemiologic Analysis of Bicycle Injuries at 3 National Parks
An Overview of the National Children's Study
Antimicrobial Resistance: Curbing the Current Public Health Problem
Awards Ceremony
BAS PAG Breakout
C. Everett Koop Lecture: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and the Surgeons General
Cancer Assessment in Hinkley: The Real Problem
Cancer Incidence, Survival and Mortality Trends in the United States
Characteristics of Fatal and Nonfatal Abusive Head Trauma Among Children in the USA—2003-2007: An Application of the CDC Operational Case Definition
Chief Professional Officer Remarks
Climate Health Risks and Community Resilience
Clinical and Non-clinical Tools for Suicide Prevention
Clinical Leaders Focusing on Traumatic Brain Injury: Prevention and the Continuum of Care
Closing Keynote: What Does it Mean to be a Public Health Service Officer Today
Closing Remarks
Coalitions: Essential Leadership for the Prevention of Obesity
Collaborative Efforts of Federal, State, and Local Public Health Partners in Foodborne Illness Investigations
Connecting Public Health and Clinical Prevention at the Health Resources and Services Administration
Conversations and Discussions: Audience (officers + graduate students+ guests)
Core Health Messages: A User-Focused Health Literacy Initiative
Data Management. Facilities, and the Asbestos Management Plan
Determining the Health of a Project Through Earned Value Management
Dietitian Deployment Panel
Dietitians in Multidisciplinary Billets Panel
Drug Shortages
Edutainment: The power of entertainment and public health
Effective Project Planning, Community Capacity Building and Partnership Development in Indian Country
Eliminating Health Disparities: Healthy People Methods & Findings
Ensuring Our Nation's Beaches Are Safe for Swimming
Enteral Nutrition Support on Deployments
Environmental Health Officers Professional Advisory Committee (EHOPAC) Overview and Subcommittee Highlights
EPA’s Water Security initiative : Integrating with Public Health
Establishing a Regional Water Technology Innovation Cluster
Establishing a Speech Language Pathology Practice in the Navy
Evaluation and Treatment of Higher Level Cognitive and Executive
FDA's CORE Network: Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation
Federal Nurses Contributing to Advancing the National Prevention Strategy (Round Table Session)
Federal Tort Claims Act: Does the Uniform Protect Us?
FedStrive: Quantifying Behavior Change and Health Outcomes
Fighting Obesity in the US with State Legislation
Focusing Efforts on Rural Health through a Workforce Approach
From Carrots to Keratitis: How to Keep the Eyes Healthy
Genomic and Preventive Medicine
Health Care Reform/Professional Organizations such as AOTA
Health Disparities in Cancer Screening and Prevention
Healthy People Oral Health Updates - The Transition from 2010 to 2020
HHS Sustainability and Climate Change Adaptation Planning
How Implementation of Evidenced-Based Strategies Impacts the Tobacco Epidemic
How to Become a Prescribing Psychologist
Implementation Lessons Learned at the National Institutes of Health & Professional Mentor Opportunities with Engineers Without Borders-USA for PHS Engineers
Implementation of IHS OEHE Engineering Projects Developed by Public Health Service (PHS) Engineers
Improving Health Equity among our Different Cultures
Improving Minority Participation in the Public Health Workforce
Installation of a Sewer Lift Station, Grid-Tied, Solar Photovoltaic System to Reduce Community O&M Costs, Pueblo of Zia, New Mexico.
Integrated Approaches to Health Protection and Health Promotion
Integrating Resilience in Medical Care During a Disaster Response
Integrating the Nation's Food Testing Laboratories for Emergency Response
Integration of Oral and Behavioral Health into Primary Care
Introduction to Inmate Diabetes Management
Issues Affecting Medical Officer Retention
Keynote Presentation
Leadership in the 21st century: Empowering Women Officers in the US Public Health Service
Leadership Worth Following
Legal Challenges to the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act
Let's Move: RDs to Action
Links between toxics in the air and children's school performance
Listeria in Cantaloupe: The 2011 outbreak
Luncheon
Luncheon
Luncheon and Awards
Luncheon and Chief Professional Officer Update
Luncheon and DePAC Awards Presentation
Luncheon and Emergency Preparedness for Aquatic Animal Facilities
Luncheon and I Didn't Know We Did That: Unique Corps Assignments
Luncheon and Keynote: Training Partnership Between Graduate Programs and RPOs
Luncheon and Learning about the American Academy of Sanitarians
Luncheon, Announcements, Awards, Presentation
Luncheon, Awards, and SciPAC Leadership Updates
Marketed Unapproved Drugs
Medication Management
Mental Health in the Department of Defense: From Policy to Programs and Patients
Mentoring Subcommittee Activities
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections: Current impacts and intervention strategies
Modified PAC Meeting
Motivational Interviewing: Assist Patients in Healthy Decisions
Multidisciplinary Approach to Inpatient Blood Glucose Management
National Nursing Center Consortium
National Prevention Strategy Keynote and Panel Discussion
Networking Exercise
Opening Keynote
Operation Lone Star: A Novel Deployment Model for the USPHS
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Update: Common Lesions, Biopsies and HPV
Oral Health Provisions in the Affordable Care Act: Where They Came From and Where They May Yet Go
PANEL: Serving Outside the Clinical Role, Multidisciplinary Billets
Peramivir Use for Treatment of Hospitalized Patients with 2009 Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) under Emergency Use Authorization, October 2009 - June 2010

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