Educational Program: Monday, June 7

Friday, June 4  |  Saturday, June 5  |  Sunday, June 6  |  Tuesday, June 8  | Wednesday, June 9  |  Thursday, June 10

8:00-9:00am 9:00-10:00am 10:00-11:00am 11:00-12noon   1:00-1:50pm 2:00-2:50pm 3:00-3:50pm 4:00-4:50pm
Exhibition Open (8:30am - 5:00pm)
  General Environmental Health Using Building Codes to Promote Healthy Housing by Doug Farquhar Dessert in Exhibit Hall
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A Review of 2009 and 2010 State Environmental Health Legislation by Scott Hendrick Smoke Free Housing in Apartments and Condominiums - Is It Possible? The Massachusetts Experiment by Patrick Maloney
Poster Session   Indian Health Services Track Indian Health Service and First Nations Inuit Health Environmental Health Officer Exchange Program by CDR Danny Walters Development and Implementation of Public Health Interventions for Formaldehyde-FEMA Trailers in Tribal Communities by Ray Kenmotsu Pandemic Preparedness and Response in the Indian Health Service by Brian Hroch
  Student Research Presentations Environmental Health Research Injury Prevention/Occupational Health Modeling Approach to Estimating Occupational Injury Costs by Gary Bratt Work-Related Asthma in New Mexico: An Underreported Problem by Stephanie Moraga-McHaley Communicating Research Impact: A Framework and Case Studies by CAPT Steven Inserra
REHS/RS Credential Exam (8:00am - 12:00pm) Onsite Wastewater Systems OSTDS and Central Sewer Disposal: Sustainability and Best Practices in Florida by Sandra Whitehead Leaping from the Year 1950 to the Year 2010 in a Single Bound: The Dramatic Transformation of a Rural County's Onsite Wastewater Program by Brad Banner The Influence of Soil Type and Vertical Separation Distance on Septic System Wastewater Treatment by Charles Humphrey
Local Sanitarian Response to H1N1: Responsibilities, Roles, and Lessons Learned by Beth Ransopher (8:30 - 9:20am) H1N1 – Is This An Emergency Management Response? Roger Tannin (9.30-10.20am)  Lessons Learned from Pandemic Planning and the 2009 H1N1 Influenza Pandemic-New Mexico Department of Health’s Self Assessment by David Selvage (10.30-11.20am) H1N1 Case Studies Response      
  Solid Waste  Estimating Health Impacts of Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Emissions from a Construction and Demolition Debris Landfill by Michelle Colledge Potential Health and Sustainability Impacts of Community Engagement in Land Cleanup and Reuse by Robin Schafer Innovative Approaches to Landfill Redevelopment by Victoria Ludwig
  Sustainability Emerging State Chemical Policy Reforms: Comprehensive Chemicals Management and Green Chemistry Initiatives by Scott Hendrick Green Chemistry and Environmental Health by Jane Wilson Sustainability: A Survey of the Field to Define Environmental Health's Role by Kristen Ruby
   Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness NEHA Sabbatical Exchange Winner: Marcy Barnett Emergency Management: Mitigation Planning for Environmental Health by Louis A. Dooley Utilizing Disaster Resiliency Indices to Enable Your Community and Organization by Heather Lake-Burger
  Food Safety (12:00 noon - 2:00pm) Food Safety (3:00 - 5:00pm)
  Environmental Health Tracking and Informatics Building a Social Media Strategy by Mia Zmud Building a Social Media Strategy by Mia Zmud
  Silent Auction Finale (11am)   Hazardous Materials and Toxic Substances Children's Environmental Health Lead Exposure Sources in Oklahoma City Black and Hispanic Newborns by Samuel Moss Exposure Assessment Modeling of Potential PAH Exposures related to Playground Surfaces and Environmental Factors by Catherine Zeman
  Student and Member Networking Lounge  
Onsite Wastewater Systems Field Trip (7:30am - noon)
 
Drinking Water Quality Field Trip
(8:00 - 10:30am)
 

Key
WHITE = Lecture Hall Session
YELLOW = Learning Lab Session
GREY = Event/Function
GOLD = Field Trip/Tour
PURPLE = Exam
BLUE = Professional Development Sessions


*Schedule is subject to change.

 

 

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