Session Evaluations
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Speaker Evaluations

Please rate the following Opening & Plenary Speakers: *
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Merle Gordon
Brian Kimball
Kurt Stange
Please rate the following Session 1A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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James Plumb
Rickie Brawer
Yuri Jadotte
Please rate the following Session 1B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Don Allensworth-Davies
Amy Lee
Julie St. John
Please rate the following Lecture Session 2A Speaker: *
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David Pole
Please rate the following Lecture Session 2B Speaker: *
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Gina Weisblat
Please rate the following Session 3A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Valerie Bader
Hope Ferdowsian
Please rate the following Session 3B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Carol Hustedde
Zerremi Caga-anan
Please rate the following Engagement Forum: Cleveland Health Boundary Spanners & Upstreamists Speakers: *
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Natoya Walker Minor
Joan Thoman
Earl Pike
Merle Gordon
Please rate the following Plenary: Emerging Patterns of U.S. Suicides Speaker: *
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Alex Crosby
Please rate the following Session 4A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Christine Arcari
Felipe Agudelo
Please rate the following Student Lightning Round Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Gabriela Zambrano-Hill
Vaishali Deo
Tia Willis
Kate Pennell
Bailey Mitchel
Taylor Mize
Jacob deRonde
Sarah Wasser
Assim AlAbdulKader
Please rate the following Council of Graduate Programs in Public Health Speaker: *
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Alisha O'Connell
Please rate the following American Journal of Preventive Medicine Speaker: *
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Matthew Boulton
Please rate the following Session 5A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Elizabeth Domholdt
Suzanne Giuffre
Jane Keehan
Michael Kobernick
Please rate the following Session 5B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Gina Weisblat
Lisa Niehaus
Elizabeth Hall-Lipsy
Please rate the following Engagement Forum: A Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Matthew Kucmanic
Rachel Lovell
Kristina Knight
Maya Simek
Please rate the following Session 6A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Gina Baugh
Kimeran Evans
Gretchen Garofoli
Amy Rodgers-Smith
Amy Summers
Please rate the following Panel Session 6B Speaker listed in order of appearance: *
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Lynelle Phillips
Please rate the following Session 7A Speaker: *
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Anthony Schlaff
Please rate the following Session 7B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Ronald Blaton
Charles King
Peter Zimmerman
Please rate the following Session 8A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Laura Liang
Dawood Sultan
Nannette Turner
Christine Markham
Please rate the following 8B-Project Presentation Speakers listed in order of appearnance: *
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Nicole Wanty
Annie Gjelsvik
Suzanne Giuffre
Jade Burns
Scott Frank
Please rate the following Session 9A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Rebekah Jackowski
Rebecca Heick
Please rate the following Session 9B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Alison Oberne
Michele Pedulla
Deborah Adell
Please rate the following Session 10A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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James Plumb
Brian Linde
Please rate the following Session 10B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Joshua George
Matthew Kucmanic
Please rate the following Plenary: Journey from Volume to Value Speaker: *
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James Misak
Please rate the following Session 11A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Anna Torrens Armstrong
Kelly Krumwiede
Janice Hawkins
Please rate the following Session 11B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Gregory Hall
David Claborn
Gayle Cummings
Please rate the following Session 12A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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McKinley Thomas
Stacey Gardner-Buckshaw
Catherine Piper
Silvia Trigoso
Please rate the following Session 12B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Carla Durham Walker
Mushfiqur Tarafder
Zita Lazzarini
David Gregorio
Please rate the following Session 13A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Beth Tremblay
Angela Landeen
Please rate the following Session 13B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Susan Strobel
N. Ruth Little
Please rate the following Session 14A Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Laura Liang
Gayle Cummings
Alexandra Hernandez
Please rate the following Session 14B Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Ruth Carrico
William McKinney
Please rate the following Closing Plenary Speakers listed in order of appearance: *
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Carly Levy
Kimberly Elliot
Jaclyn Long
Phillip Williams

Learning Objectives

By attending Session 1A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the components of a Scholarly Inquiry in Population Health Research program for medical students.
Identify the challenges and opportunities in engaging medical students in Population Health research.
Identify the differences in the definitions of population health as a vision, mission, goal, and conceptual paradigm.
Describe how the population health transition relates to the epidemiologic transition and the mortality transition, its demographic predecessors.
Explain the significance of the compression of morbidity and the rectangularization of mortality as foundational concepts for population health education in medicine and public health throughout the learning continuum.
By attending the Opening Plenary session I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the relationship of public health and primary care medicine with the communities that they serve.
Discuss the commoditization of primary care and public health.
Contrast the consequences of treating primary care and public health as commodities versus as relationships.
By attending Session 1B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe how community-based projects can be integrated in MPH courses.
Explain how students can demonstrate interprofessional skills, negotiation, and leadership in the framework of community engagement.
Describe the steps involved in developing a hands-on class project with community partners, including the planning required, logistics of organizing the projects, initial contact with community partners, and defining project expectations and scope.
Identify grading rubric components and describe assessment of student projects.
Discuss benefits and risks of placing students with community partners for projects.
By attending the Lecture Session 2A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe attributes of effective community-academic partnerships that contribute to improving outcomes for the community and valuable interprofessional learning experiences.
Discuss how to link learning out-comes and activities with student behaviors that demonstrate becoming collaboration ready to improve community health.
Discuss an outcomes matrix that integrates three (3) stakeholders – community partners, students, & faculty – into course activities and re-source design as well as driving on-going improvements and outcomes.
By attending the Lecture Session 2B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Use evidence-based outcomes to create a mandatory training for care-givers and clinicians, build new policies (i.e. HR), increase patient advocacy practice, engagement and evaluation with on-going collective QI, public participation (i.e. focus on under-resourced) and continued research.
Describe a new patient-centered protocol for training healthcare teams to collaboratively address the causes and consequences of structural racism on maternal and infant health outcomes.
Develop contextualized (in community) evidence-based education pro-grams to engage and empower new mothers, fathers, and key family stakeholders to disrupt the infrastructural racism within the health care environment.
By attending Session 3A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe effective health policy and advocacy instruction for students in health sciences.
Identify elements of a survey to measure effective instruction regarding health policy and advocacy.
Use a new mixed-methods learning model to meet key MPH and DrPH foundational competencies.
Integrate ethical principles and evidence into existing public health curricula focused on social justice, advocacy, and activism.
By attending Session 3B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe three basic steps for planning a population medicine intervention.
Describe how to stratify a patient population that corresponds with the intended outcome of the intervention.
Describe the challenges associated with the electronic health record and IT infrastructure of their medical facility.
Define shared decision making and discover its role in modern medical management.
Discuss pragmatic techniques to apply shared decision-making techniques to clinical practice.
Recognize opportunities to use SDM with minority populations to help reduce social determinants of health.
By attending the Engagement Forum: Cleveland Health Boundary Spanners & Upstreamists I feel that I am better able to: *
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List different community entities that can collaborate toward positive health outcomes.
Explain how partnerships can improve the community’s health.
By attending the Plenary: Emerging Patterns of U.S. Suicides I feel that I am better able to: *
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Identify the components of the National Violent Death Reporting System.
Characterize patterns of suicide rates and circumstances associated suicides.
Describe strategies for preventing suicidal behavior.
By attending Session 4A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Identify the 3 steps in the Backward design process.
Discuss the Backward design process in relation to course design.
Cite examples of authentic learning assessments in public health.
Identify the components of the Health Equity Change Project (HECP), for the implementation of the practicum and ILE for an online MPH program, while addressing CEPH practicum and ILE criteria.
Recognize and review the experience of one of the students in the MPH program at Simmons University while developing their Health Equity Change Project.

By attending the Student Lightning Rounds 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.
By attending the Poster Presentation 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 pre-vention and population health.
By attending the CEPH Competency Implementation Session I feel that I am better able to: *
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Interpret the new CEPH accreditation competencies and requirements of MPH programs.
Discuss examples of how programs are addressing the competencies.
Explore data on implementation of new competencies.
Utilize insights from the first site visits using the new competencies.
By attending the American Journal of Preventive Medicine Session I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the future directions, priority topics and new initiatives of the journal.
Explain the article review process.
Apply tips for getting published.
By attending Session 5A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Define the elements of the Clinical Prevention and Population Health Curriculum Framework.
Identify current and desired cover-age, as well as coverage gaps, in clinical prevention and population health content in entry-level occupational therapy programs.
Describe the Population-Based Practice Model for use in the rehabilitation disciplines.
Analyze curricula using the Population Health Curriculum Framework.
Discuss examples from the physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology professions that illustrate the application of the models to rehabilitation practice and education.
By attending Session 5B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Explain the foundation for a learning continuum in interprofessional competency development across the professions and the lifelong learning trajectory, and prompt dialogue to evaluate the “fit” between educationally identified core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice and practice needs/demands of individual and community health.
Describe the importance and role of Community Health Workers in the healthcare team.
Identify processes for establishing academic-practice partnerships to advance population health in rural and underserved communities.
List resource needs to maintain partnerships that meet the needs of both students and partner sites.
State the perceived benefits of establishing an academic-based MTM pro-gram for rural patients that was implemented and evaluated using an interprofessional team of student pharmacists, academic researchers, community-based providers and clinics utilizing promotoras.
Discuss the perceived challenges that occurred in establishing an academic-based MTM program that was implemented and evaluated using an interprofessional team of student pharmacists, academic researchers, community-based providers and clinics utilizing promotoras.
By attending the Engagement Forum: A Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the higher level of violence present in urban settings compared to suburban and rural.
Discuss the components of a public health approach to violence.
Explore a spectrum of programs related to primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of violence in the Cleveland Community.
By attending Session 6A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Outline an innovative, successful IPE practice experience.
Describe best practices for collaborating with faculty and students from various programs across a university, and ways to overcome challenges with IPE activities.
Examine ways to measure the impact of IPE experiences from the student, faculty, and community member perspective.
By attending Panel Session 6B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Analyze and compare typical environmental health competencies against CEPH's standard list.
Discuss environmental health work-force needs in their areas.
Discuss the relative value and importance of including environmental health competencies in public health curricula.
By attending Session 7A I feel that I am better able to: *
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State why health professionals must understand racism in order to provide optimal care.
Describe common challenges and promising methods for teaching health professions students to understand and address racism.
By attending Session 7B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Identify and develop competencies for a global health curriculum.
Develop applied and mentored global health experiences.
Identify barriers to effective global health training in graduate programs.

By attending Session 8A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the process for the development of an innovative course addressing CEPH’s leadership and interprofessional teamwork competencies.
Summarize preliminary assessment results of the innovative course.
Create an architecture and process-es necessary for successful implementation of an Integrative Learning Experience involving community-based organizations.
Identify CEPH-required foundational and concentration-specific competencies that could be mastered by MPH degree candidates through an Integrative Learning Experience involving grant proposal writing.
Describe at least three elements of instructional design including the development of course units, learning objectives, group-based learning activities, individual assessments, grading rubrics, and peer-based evaluation instruments.
Describe at least three interactive student-centered teaching methods including use of a flipped classroom, problem-based learning activities, interactive quizzes, and small group discussion.
By attending Session 8B - Project Presentations I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the racial disparities in clinical trials for African Americans with lupus.
Discuss opportunities and barriers in using state surveillance data for student projects in an introductory biostatistics and data analysis course.
Identify current and desired cover-age, as well as coverage gaps, in clinical prevention and population health content in entry-level physical therapy programs.
Asses the health priorities and re-sources that are available to urban adolescents.
Describe factors contributing to adolescent toxic stress and an instrument generated from existing Youth Risk Behavior Survey items.
By attending Session 9A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the rationale for utilizing reflective writing for evaluating application of concepts within a public health and population course.
Explain the process and development of standardized reflective writing prompts as an evaluation within a public health and disease prevention curriculum.
Discuss why teaching philosophies are a critical component of our daily work in the classroom or lab.
Analyze the relationship between teaching philosophy and course syllabi, focusing on areas where philosophy should be reflected in practice by creating a concept map.
By attending Session 9B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Cite the benefits of incorporating technology into classroom group activities.
Identify strategies for introducing technology to promote improved student learning.
Distinguish specific faculty characteristics that lead to student success.
Identify student attributes unique to the online environment that impact faculty teaching methods.
Analyze techniques for faculty integration of work into the home environment for successful performance.
By attending Session 10A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the components of a Health System Science curriculum.
Integrate Health System Science con-tent into medical school curricula.
Identify the need for Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) knowledge and skills in primary care.
Critically assess an OEM teaching model for primary care trainees.
By attending Session 10B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the role of digital and spacial epidemiology in public health surveillance and intervention.
Discuss opportunities and limitations of IoT surroundables as a component of public health surveillance and intervention.
Describe the historical practices by home owner loan corporation, today known as redlining, and the break-down between historic classes.
Describe the process of digitizing historic maps for the use of spatial epidemiology.
Explain the field of spatial epidemiology and how it can be used for teaching research and prevention in the future.
By attending the Plenary: Journey from Volume to Value I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe MetroHealth’s “volume to value” journey and the establishment of their Population Health Innovation Institute.
Discuss how population health within a health care system differs from population health to public health professionals.
By attending Session 11A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe at least two benefits of integrating service learning with a major emphasis on product development.
Delineate two examples of the impact this service-learning course had on undergraduate PH students.
Describe an experiential learning activity that enhances nursing students’ public health knowledge, confidence, and skills in policy development.
Describe the benefits of utilizing service-learning projects to implement new policies and system level changes to address priority health concerns.
Discuss experiential learning opportunities to increase awareness of social justice issues and to develop advocacy and activism skills of future health care workers.
Describe the components of an experiential learning educational module addressing health disparities and disease prevention of vulnerable populations.
By attending Session 11B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Summarize the historical setting for increased African American distrust for healthcare providers and know approaches to gaining trust which will improve their ability to counsel and educate.
Examine current healthcare disparities data as it relates to African Americans and the potential impact healthcare providers and educators can have on decreasing these differences.
Identify the mission of the Sphere Project.
Describe how the minimum standards can be used to apply basic environmental health practices to a practical situation.
Discuss SDOH knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors among physician assistants.
Compare levels of knowledge, attitudes and behaviors about the SDOH in PAs with an MPH degree with the knowledge, attitudes and behaviors about SDOH among PAs without an MPH degree.
By attending Session 12A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Outline the process of planning an interprofessional, student-supported program designed to address the health care needs of those living in poverty.
Describe the implementation of “Em-power Savannah” to include setting, personnel, individual processing, and resources available.
Describe barriers to implementing MAT for OUD in practice settings.
Discuss the benefits of having a multidisciplinary educational development team create programming for occupationally diverse learners.
Summarize promising practices from an innovative training model which prepares public health scientists to serve in public health emergency response leader roles.
Describe activities that facilitate collaboration among learners in a professional training and development program.
By attending Session 12B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe how an undergraduate medical course uses problem-based learning, games, videos, lectures, writing activities, and community engagement to teach students about the social determinants of health.
Describe the various health out-comes achieved as a result of these learning activities and community partnerships.
Describe the design of a component of undergraduate medical curriculum that provides students with the opportunity to learn community health research methods through hands-on experience.
Recognize the complexity and challenges involved in using collaborative community health projects as a vehicle for student learning.
Describe the challenges and opportunities of integrating public health content throughout the undergraduate curriculum of a School of Medicine.
Describe key components of a graduate certificate in the social determinants of health and disparities utilized by UCONN School of Medicine.
By attending Session 13A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe an educational innovation for teaching care of vulnerable populations with a focus on Social Determinants of Health.
Discuss how health care students can work as interprofessional teams to improve the SDOH of individuals within communities.
Describe methods used to address community problems through community assessment, research and intervention.
Incorporate the evidence-based public health approach to assess the problem, identify the cause, consider recommendations, implement and evaluate the overall project.
Explain the need for integrative team building and partnership among individuals to create a well-developed project.
By attending Session 13B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Apply principles derived from the basic public health sciences to planning, implementing, and evaluating public health programs for a vulnerable population.
Identify and distinguish public health and prevention strategies from curative strategies in caring for a vulnerable population.
Describe how Healthy People 2020 is used in a community level program and effective ways to use HP2020 in the evaluation.
Describe the prevalence of obesity in rural adolescents in the United States including those with ASD.
Examine the components of food literacy program intervention.
Explain pre- and post-intervention health literacy results for both adolescents and their caregivers.
By attending Session 14A I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the process for the development of an innovative MPH in LGBTQ Health concentration.
Outline the competencies of an innovative MPH in LGBTQ Health concentration.
Describe health disparities faced by the LGBTQ community.
Discuss how engagement and collaboration with key stakeholders strengthened the need for the development and implementation of an innovative MPH concentration in Health Equity and Criminal Justice (HECJ).
Describe how the development and implementation of the HECJ concentration will fill a gap in public health education to train a future generation of public health professionals to ad-dress the epidemic of mass incarceration and criminal injustice through a public health lens.
State the need for MPH training in HECJ, as the SDOH that lead to health inequities are the same determinants that lead to massive criminal justice involvement.
By attending Session 14B I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the cultural and practical concerns of the immigrant community that may interfere with their completion of immunization schedules as well as latent TB infection treatment strategies.
Design an appropriate strategy for immunization coverage of food service workers, a group of employees with a risk for housing insecurity and substance abuse disorder, during an ongoing major outbreak of hepatitis A.
By attending the Closing Plenary: Gun Violence Prevention I feel that I am better able to: *
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Describe the scope of the gun violence problem from a prevention and population health perspective (to include the many areas of gun violence such as crime, death by suicide, unintentional injuries, etc.).
Discuss policy and advocacy options (such as stronger background checks, closing loopholes in legislation, and states and local communities that have adopted exemplary regulations and legislation) as related to gun violence at the community, state level and federal levels.
Incorporate information from the policy statement and toolkit into their respective curricula and/or education and training initiatives.

Overall Evaluation

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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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