Thank you for attending and participating in Teaching Prevention 2020.  We hope that you enjoyed the conference.  Your feedback is critcal to the improvement of future meetings.  We require your name and email if you are collecting CE credits, however, your name will be kept anonymous for the purpose of evaluation results.


What days did you attend Teaching Prevention 2020? *
 AttendedDid Not Attend
Monday, March 2
Tuesday, March 3
Wednesday, March 4
How did you hear about Teaching Prevention? *
First time attending Teaching Prevention? *
How many external conferences/seminars do you attend, on average, in a year? *
Select the top two reasons you attended Teaching Prevention 2020? *
Please indicate your overall satisfaction with the following: *
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorN/A
Educational Content
Quality of the oral presentations
Questions and DIscussion
Relevance to my work or studies
Selection of topics
Adequate time for networking
Please indicate your overall satisfaction with the following: *
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Registration Process
Registration Rates
Sleeping Room Rate
Meeting Space Setup
Hotel sleeping rooms
Hotel location
Awards Luncheon
Welcome/Poster Reception
Signs of Humanity Reception
Overall Program Timing: *
 Too longAbout RightToo short
Length of the conference was
Length of each day was
Was any part of your trip subsidized by your institution (registration and/or travel)? *
Would you have attended the meeting if Continuing Education Credit iwas not offered? *
Which location would you prefer for Teaching Prevention 2021? *

Program Content

Please rate the degree to which Teaching Prevention 2020 met the stated objectives:
 Strongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly Disagree
1. Describe innovative teaching, research, and practice methods in prevention and population health.
2. Analyze strategies for addressing current public health issues such as gun violence, homelessness, migration, environmental health, and vaccination.
3. Employ evidence-based teaching strategies and approaches for improving health among vulnerable populations.
4. Explain key strategies for planning, implementing, and evaluating meaningful experiential learning opportunities in public health.
5. Discuss methods for teaching and developing leadership in health policy and advocacy among health professions students and faculty.
6. Compare successful practices in interprofessional education and collaboration that address clinical prevention and population health.
By attending the POSTER RECEPTION, I feel that I am better able to:
 Strongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly DisagreeN/A
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 Speakers

Please rate the knowledge, organization and effectiveness of the Plenary speakers:
Opening Plenary: A Tale of Two San Antonios *
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Carlos Roberto JaƩn
Preventing Fire-arm-related Injury: What Can I Really Do? *
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Darren B. Taichman, MD, PhD
Humanities and Medicine *
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Ruth Berggren, MD
We All Are Homeless *
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Willie Baronet, MFA
Being an Effective Change Agent *
 ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Glenn E. Schneider, MPH

Additional Information

Did you feel that any Teaching Prevention 2020 session was commercially biased? *
How will you change your teaching/practice as a result of attending this activity? (check all that apply) *

CE Credits

Applying for Continuing Education Credit (CME, Nursing or CPH) or a Certificate of Completion:
You MUST complete this form in its entirety.
You MUST provide your name and email address in order to receive Continuing Education Credits.
All other conference attendees may submit the form anonymously.

Thank You!