Session Evaluations
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Speaker Evaluations

Please rate the following Opening Plenary Speaker:  
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David Nash
Please rate the following Panel Session 1A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Mark White
Erika Austin
Bojana Beric-Stojsic
Please rate the following Panel Session B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Maud Celestin
Keisha Robinson
Leslie Kolb
Please rate the following Interactive Session 1A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Adelyn Allchin
Joshua Horowitz
Please rate the following Interactive Session 1B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Kathleen Cartmell
Anthony Pool
James Sterrett
Deborah Williamson
Please rate the following Panel Session 2A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Joel Hill
Kelle DeBoth
Please rate the following Panel Session 2B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Ari Mwachofi
Donatus Ekwueme
Please rate the following Engagement Forum Speakers:  
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Jeremiah Daley
Jeffrey Hom
Sharon Larson
Priya Mammen
Sidney Kimmel
Please rate the following Interactive Session 2A Speakers:  
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Carly Levy
Suzanne Cashman
Anthony Schlaff
Lindsay Tallon
Please rate the following Lightning Session Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Supreetha Gubbala
Kevin Curwick
Merissa Andersen
Haley Hamman
Shayan Waseh
Please rate the following Panel Session 3A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Elizabeth Hall-Lipsy
Rebekah Jackowski
Diana Feldhacker
Jean Yockey
Sabrina Neeley
Please rate the following Panel Session 3B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Scott Frank
Matthew Kucmanic
David Driscoll
Theresa Green
Please rate the following Plenary: Gun Violence as a Population Health Problem Speaker:  
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Avery Gardiner
Please rate the following Healthy People 2030 Listening Session Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Tiffani Kigenyi
Emmeline Ochiai
Therese Richmond
David Garr
Please rate the following Panel Session 4A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Charles Powell
Darren Sommer
Carla Durham-Walker
Please rate the following Panel Session 4B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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David Garr
Alex Kendall
Steven Godin
Please rate the following Panel Session 5A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Scott Frank
Matthew Kucmanic
Please rate the following Panel Session 5B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Deidre Dingman
Nicolas Wilheim
Amy Miller
Katie DiSantis
Amanda Seymour
Please rate the following Panel Session 6A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Wendy Doremus
Julie Ward
Please rate the following Engagement Forum: Viral Surveillance Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Annette Greer
Please rate the following Council of Graduate Programs Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Rosemary Caron
Please rate the following Plenary Speakers:  
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Glenn Schneider
Please rate the following Panel Session 7A Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Shanta Dube
Lynelle Phillips
Vicka Chaplin
Please rate the following Panel Session 7B Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Dena Giacometti
Mary Lashley
Please rate the following Engagement Forum: Interprofessional Education Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Robert Griffiths
Cassandra Konen-Butler
Holly Gerzina
Erica Stovsky
Karen Gehrling
Please rate the following Engagement Forum Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
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Annette Greer
N. Ruth Little

Learning Objectives

By attending the Opening Plenary session I feel that I am better able to:  
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Identify the reasons for population health improvement in the US healthcare system.
Articulate the importance of integrating population health education into medical, nursing, public health, and other health-oriented professional programs.
By attending Panel Session 1A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Identify the steps taken over the last several years to create and facilitate a dual degree MD/Certificate in Public Health program and an MD/MPH program via the collaboration of two institutions.
State one lesson learned from the process and experiences by the institution or institutions involved to increase awareness, knowledge, and application of our experiences to current program or programs in development at their home institutions.
Demonstrate how TBL and Problem-Based Learning (PBL) can be effectively incorporated in an undergraduate Biostatistics course.
Evaluate student outcomes associated with TBL in an undergraduate Biostatistics course.
Describe and discuss the process and theoretical framework for the flipped classroom as teaching/learning pedagogical process.
Discuss the effectiveness of the flipped classroom teaching/learning approach, in graduate public health course, as well as pros and cons of substituting lecture with experiential learning in graduate level professional preparation course.
By attending Panel Session 1B I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe challenges faced by Latinos at risk for diabetes when attempting to adopt preventive behaviors.
Identify factors associated with readiness of Latinos at risk for diabetes to engage in physical activity, dietary changes and weight management.
Identify the factors International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health (ICF).
Compare the predictability of BMI in women by race/ethnicity.
Explain the evidence base for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP).
Review and explain CDC’s DPRP standards and how programs can ensure success.
By attending the Interactive Session 1A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe how the health advocacy process works and will be provided with tools for how to effectively engage in the health advocacy process.
Explain why it is critical for public health researchers and practitioners to engage in the health advocacy process in order to realize policies to improve public health.
By attending the Interactive Session 1B I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the field of interprofessional practice, including the attributes of care delivery that comprise this discipline.
Describe how interprofessional practice can be operational within a federally qualified health center using video and case studies to create an interactive learning format.
By attending Panel Session 2A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the benefits when interprofessional students participate in international service learning.
Identify positive outcomes of collaboration with a nonprofit organization to build a sustainable international experience.
Describe the 4 successful components for developing and implementing an experiential learning, community-based elective course exposing graduate students in health sciences and related fields in interprofessional teamwork.
Describe at least 2 ways this graduate level elective successfully integrated a community partnership allowing students to apply concepts from didactic instruction into practice for children with mobility and sensory-based impairments.
By attending Panel Session 2B I feel that I am better able to:  
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Define a QI problem as a CEA problem..
Define QI and CEA components, resources and processes.
Explain how to quantify a national health objective to improve the public’s health.
Describe the step-by-step process on how to design and conduct a quantitative economic analysis to evaluate a national health objective.
Describe how to integrate epidemiological data, survival data, life table data, and economic cost data to estimate health burden and healthcare costs associated with breast cancer disease.
By attending this Engagement Forum I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the magnitude of the opioid epidemic in Philadelphia.
Identify the most significant phases of the US opioid crisis from the last 25 years.
Discuss the broad strategic focus areas outlined by the Mayor’s Task Force on the Opioid Epidemic
Identify individual and community outcomes that could result from the implementation of a safer injection facility.
By attending Interactive Session 2A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Develop a strategy for competency development, implementation, and assessment.
Describe best practices of other public health programs in developing competency frameworks.
Explain the benefits of competency evaluation and revision.
By attending the Lightning Sessions I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe ways that students can uniquely construct, contribute to and lead faculty development and curriculum improvement.
Describe why improving pharmacist's knowledge on education will positively impact patient access to naloxone and improve likelihood of availability during an overdose.
Think critically and creatively about designing programs that are accessible and informative.
Concretely understand the importance of training future physicians to effectively leverage telemedicine technology to provide high quality, population health-based care.

By attending Panel Session 3A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Identify and describe the process for developing a tool to measure student attitudes towards key public health values of social justice and empathy.
Describe the efficacy of using interprofessional, game-based teaching on improving student understanding and knowledge of social determinants of health.
Describe the use of an online game to teach social determinants of health.
Describe the use of standardized patients in a social determinants of health IPE training session.
By attending Panel Session 3B I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe variations in State Health Improvement Planning process by state characteristics, including demographics, geographic location, health system, and public health structure.
Describe variations in priorities identified in State Health Improvement Planning by state characteristics, including demographics, geographic location, health system, and public health structure.
Describe how the most pressing health issues of our time share complex social and environmental determinants that challenge public health and clinical assessments or interventions.
Explain how community-based participatory research represents a collaborative approach by which health and health care professionals work with local community residents to define, understand and respond to health challenges.
List several ways in which medical students can enhance the public health services network and create upstream prevention strategies while learning first-hand the significance of non-medical determinants of health.
Describe techniques for evaluating the impact on community of student service learning including through student narrative, photo journaling, partner survey and output measurement.
By attending the gun violence plenary I feel that I am better able to:  
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Define gun violence as a population health problem.
Analyze education and practice implications of preventing gun violence, and opportunities for advocacy with student groups.
Review the research on the prevention of gun violence, the determinants, and how health professions students should prepare to address this issue in their communities.
By attending the Healthy People 2030 Listening Session I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the value of stakeholder engagement in the Healthy People 2030 development process.
Discuss and employ the Healthy People 2020 initiative, including tools and resources, in medical and health professions institutions. Examples include, Healthy People objectives, DATA2020, health disparities tool, state-level data maps, and evidence-based resources.
Explain the importance of integrating population health principles into interprofessional education practices.
By attending Panel Session 4A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the structure of a learning academy for APAD and summarize APAD education contexts provided to medical students, residents, and continuing education for primary care providers.
Demonstrate how the APAD academy can serve as a national model for prevention of APAD complications and management in quality care that is cost effective.
Describe how a Telehealth Certificate program can be developed.
Explain how NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University’s approach to teaching telehealth is central to its mission of addressing the health disparities in the Delta Region of the United States.
Describe how interprofessional faculty teach community engagement and service learning in a Community Health course for first year medical students.
Describe how intersectoral collaborations can address longstanding community needs.
By attending Panel Session 4B I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the development of a sustainable interprofessional, prevention-focused team case conference activity for diverse learners from multiple institutions.
Discuss the development and implementation of an interprofessional longitudinal care plan template.
Outline the requirements for designing a Population Medicine course for a Physician Assistant program.
Apply lessons learned from the development of a Population Medicine course for first year Physician Assistant students.
Describe organizational network analysis methods used to measure the nature of inter-organizational collaboration.
Identify characteristics of those organizations who significantly increased their network compared to those that did not.
By attending Panel Session 5A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the components of the Healthcare Triple Aim and the value this framework has brought to healthcare improvement.
Discuss the proposed Public Health Triple Aim and its potential to guide community health improvement efforts.
Describe Public Health Professionals' concerns about the precision medicine initiative especially around the themes concerning the individual focus of the initiative and the collection of environmental data.
Describe ways in which Clinicians and Public Health Professionals can collaborate to improve and contribute to precision medicine.
By attending Panel Session 5B I feel that I am better able to:  
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List the steps necessary to research and code a public health law.
Create a class project with instructions and grading rubric that compares and contrasts the variance in state laws with regard to several public health issues.
Discuss the use of a case study to meet interprofessional learning objectives.
Differentiate the roles of the various professions participating in the case study.
By attending Panel Session 6A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the use of literature to develop and enhance students’ understanding of population health concepts.
Employ narrative literature and historical fiction as instructional material in population health coursework.
Describe the creative teaching strategies used to cultivate insight into an individual’s experience with chronic mental illness.
Identify outcomes observed in the participant cohorts related to knowledge and practice changes, professionalism, and student engagement with learning.
By attending the Viral Surveillance Engagement Forum I feel that I am better able to:  
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Describe the use of bioaerosol monitoring for the early identification of new disease threats.
By attending the Council of Graduate Programs in Public Health Meeting I feel that I am better able to:  
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Discuss public health accreditation changes and their impact on graduate programs.
Describe national initiatives and certification programs affecting MPH programs and their students.
Explore program experiences and needs around student enrollment trends, baccalaureate and online degrees, and workforce development.

By attending the Plenary: Teaching to Effect Change I feel that I am better able to:  
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Learn how to communicate a policy issue and frame it for maximum enactment and implementation.
Describe the key principles behind building strong and effective coalitions among peers and students.
Detail the types of activities available at different government and community levels.
By attending Panel Session 7A I feel that I am better able to:  
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Identify the difference between explicit and implicit knowledge and the need for both in a trauma-informed care curriculum.
Assess the evidence-base and value for MPH internships at rural health departments.
Examine firearm suicide epidemiology and be able to articulate why mitigating access to firearms is a critical component of suicide prevention.
By attending Panel Session 7B I feel that I am better able to:  
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Develop partnerships in communities between Adult Education providers and FQHC's.
Describe the role of the public health professional in the development of an onsite health home for homeless men in recovery.
Analyze the impact of length of stay in faith-based, long-term, residential recovery on self-esteem, nicotine dependence, physical activity, and depression.
By attending the Engagement Forum on Interprofessional Education I feel that I am better able to:  
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Discuss best practices in creating a regional collaborative program to teach teams about the impact of social determinants of health through simulation-enhanced interprofessional education.
Discuss three benefits of using simulation-enhanced interprofessional healthcare team training with a simulated patient/caregiver to teach about social determinants and population health.
By attending the Engagement Forum and Closing I feel that I am better able to:  
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Critique the existing climate change policy for editorial needs and supportive evidence from the literature.
Construct strategies for a climate change toolkit that will serve as an educational and policy resource.
Discuss methods to nationally promote institutional adoption of the climate change policy.

Overall Evaluation

Please Rate  
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The session subject and degree of detail were appropriate for the audience.
The handouts and/or visual aids were clear, organized, and added substantial value to the program’s content.
The presentations were unbiased and provided a fair balance of information.
Overall, I gained new information and knowledge on the subject presented.
The facility/meeting room was a comfortable and conducive to learning.
Did you feel that any part of session(s) were commercially biased?  
Did this session(s) meet your expectations?  

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