Overall Meeting Evaluation
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Applying for Continuing Education Credit (CME, Nursing or CPH) or a Certificate of Completion:
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Evaluation

Was this your first time attending Teaching Prevention?
How many external conferences/seminars do you attend, on average, in a year?
How did you hear about Teaching Prevention?
 
What days did you attend Teaching Prevention?
 AttendedDid Not Attend
Monday, April 1
Tuesday, April 2
Wednesday, April 3
Select the top two reasons you attended Teaching Prevention 2019?
 
Please indicate your overall satisfaction with this conference
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Overall Conference
Registration Process
Conference Cost
Meeting Space
Hotel sleeping rooms
Awards Luncheon
Dine-Around
Welcome/Poster Reception
Overall Program Timing:
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Length of the conference was
Length of each day was
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?

Program Content

Please rate the degree to which Teaching Prevention 2019 met the stated objectives:
 Strongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly Disagree
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.
By attending the POSTER RECEPTION, I feel that I am better able to:
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Critique research studies addressing public health topics of national significance.
Describe model practicum projects and experiential learning experiences for health professions students.
Assess outcomes of educational or curricular projects pertinent to prevention and population health.

Plenary Sessions

Monday, April 1
To what extent were the following Plenary speakers knowledgeable, organized and effective in his/her presentation?

Are Public Health and Primary Care Commodities or Relationships?
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Kurt C. Stange, MD, PhD
Cleveland Health Boundary Spanners and Upstreamists
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Natoya Walker Minor, MPA
Joan Thoman, PhD, MSN, RN, CNS, CDE
Earl Pike
Merle R. Gordon, MPA
Emerging Patterns of U.S. Suicides
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Alex E. Crosby, MD, MPH

Tuesday, April 2
To what extent were the following Plenary speakers knowledgeable, organized and effective in his/her presentation?

A Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Matthew Kucmanic, MPH, MA
Rachel Lovell, PhD
Kristina Knight, PhD
Maya Simek, JD

Wednesday, April 3
To what extent were the following Plenary speakers knowledgeable, organized and effective in his/her presentation?

Journey From Volume to Value
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
James Misak, MD
Gun Violence Prevention: The Role of the Academic Community
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Carly Levy, DHS, MPH, CPH
Kimberly Elliott, PhD
Jaclyn Long, MD(c)
Phillip Williams, MD(c)

Additional Information

Did you feel that any Teaching Prevention 2019 session was commercially biased?
Will you make changes to your teaching/practice based on what you learned?

Thank You for Your Time