Overall Meeting Evaluation
Thank you for taking the time to participate in this conference evaluation. Your comments will enable us to better plan and execute future conferences and tailor them to meet your needs.
You must provide your name and email address at the bottom of the form to receive Continuing Education Credit. 
All other conference attendees may submit the form anonymously.

Evaluation

How did you hear about Teaching Prevention?  
 
Was this your first time attending Teaching Prevention?  
Please indicate the primary reason you attended Teaching Prevention 2018  
 
Did Teaching Prevention 2018 meet your expectations?  

Attendance

Conference Days Attended  
 AttendedDid Not Attend
Monday, April 9
Tuesday, April 10
Wednesday, April 11
Networking Sessions Attended  
 AttendedDid Not Attend
Poster Session
APTR Luncheon

Conference Evaluation

By attending the TEACHING PREVENTION 2018, I feel that I am better able to: 
 Strongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly DisagreeN/A
1. Describe innovative teaching, research, and practice methods that address the social determinants of health.
2. Discuss the value of multidisciplinary perspectives and approaches for reducing health disparities and advancing health equity.
3. Employ teaching strategies and evidence-based approaches that promote population health education, practice and research.
4. Explain key strategies for planning, implementing, and evaluating meaningful experiential learning opportunities in public health education.
5. Use innovative tools to engage students in hands-on and hybrid learning formats.
6. Describe and apply interprofessional educational experiences and approaches focused on clinical prevention and population health.
7. Explore how divergent perspectives can be effectively addressed in public health and health professions courses.
Please rate the following Plenary Speakers listed in order of appearance:  
 ExcellentGoodAverageBelow AveragePoorN/A
David Nash - Monday AM
Jeremiah Daley - Monday PM
Sharon Larson
Jeffrey Hom
Priya Mammen
Avery Gardiner - Tuesday AM
Therese Richman
Emmeline Ochai
David Garr
Glenn Schneider - Wednesday AM
N Ruth Little
Annette Greer
Please rate the overall quality of the following sessions  
 ExcellentGoodAverageBelow AveragePoorN/A
Plenary (large group)
Concurrent (breakout)
Roundtable Lunch
Lightning Rounds
Poster Reception
By attending the POSTER RECEPTION, I feel that I am better able to: 
 Strongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly DisagreeN/A
Describe methods and results of successful prevention and health promotion interventions.
Discuss promising practices that bridge population health and clinical health.
Explore effective academic-practice collaborations.
Mentor students on community health promotion and research projects.
Select the response that best matches your opinion of the program structure:  
 Strongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly Disagree
I was able to attend all sessions that interested me.
There was adequate time for networking.
Student participation enhanced the program and networking.
Completing session evaluations online was preferable to paper forms.
Completing session evaluations online was easy.
Select the response that best matches your opinion of the length of program:  
 Too longAbout RightToo short
Overall, the length of the conference was
Overall, the length of each day was
I would prefer the conference day to start: 
Please indicate your overall satisfaction with this conference  
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Conference Content
Registration Process
Food & Beverage
Venue - Meeting Space
Venue - Hotel sleeping rooms
How many external conferences/seminars do you attend, on average, in a year?  
Was any part of your trip subsidized by your institution (registration and/or travel)?  
Did the offering of Continuing Education Credit in medicine, nursing and public health influence your decision to attend the meeting?  
Would you have been able to attend if CE credit was not provided?  
Future conferences should have more sessions on: 
 
Did you feel that any Teaching Prevention 2018 session was commercially biased?  
How likely are you to attend Teaching Prevention 2019? (Location TBD)  
Please select your top 2 region preferences for Teaching Prevention 2019 

Thank You for Your Time

EARNING CE CREDIT:
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All other conference attendees may submit the form anonymously.