Part 3: July 14-15

Schedule is tentative and subject to change.  A final agenda will be available one week before the program dates. 


Wednesday, July 14

Data & Technology

  • Using Informatics to Advance Environmental Health Practice and Innovation
Erik Coleman, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Andrew Ruiz, MSPH, BCE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • A Better Yardstick: Developing EH Metrics
Tim Callahan, MPH, Georgia Department of Public Health
  • Kentucky’s COVID-19 Community Vulnerability Index (CCVI): Utilizing GIS Mapping to Promote Equitable Distribution of Resources
John Egbo, MPH, Kentucky Department for Public Health
Rhiannon Simon, MPH, Kentucky Department for Public Health
Brittany Saltsman Bell, MPH, CPH, Kentucky Department for Public Health
Vivian Lasley-Bibbs, MPH, Kentucky Department for Public Health
  • Leveraging Technology to Support Data-Driven Environmental Health Response to COVID-19
Pam Protzel Berman, PhD, MPH, NCEH/ATSDR
 

Food Safety Sponsored by EcoSure

  • Safe Food for Assisted Living Residents: What Colorado has Learned and Implemented to Improve Food Safety for a Vulnerable Population
Therese Pilonetti, REHS, CP-FS, State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Suzanne Wicklund, REHS, CFPM, PCQI, Colorado Division of Environmental Health & Sustainability
  • New Era of Smarter Food Safety: What Does it Mean for Retail?

Laura Brown, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  
Chelsea Gridley-Smith, National Association of County and City Health Officials
Steven Mandernach, Association of Food and Drug Officials
Christopher Smith, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Kala Wekenborg, Conference for Food Protection
Laura M. Wildey, CP-FS, National Environmental Health Association

  • Insights and Learnings from Applying Big Data and AI Technologies to Regulatory Food Safety Data on a National Scale
Arash Nasibi, Hazel Analytics
  • New Retail Standards Grant Funding and Advancement of the Retail Standards
Maribeth Niesen, US Food and Drug Administration
  • Cooling: Beyond the Code
Nick Koreen, REHS Credentialed Health Inspector, City of Minneapolis
Logan Ebeling, REHS Credentialed Consumer Safety Officer, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
 

General Environmental Health

  • Lessons Learned in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Emily D'Angelo, MPH, National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
Deise Galan, MPH, National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
  • Building Water Safety New Developments and Resources
Andrew Whelton, Ph.D., Purdue University
Caitlin Proctor, Ph.D., Purdue University
  • Total Worker Health: Public Health Meets OSHA
David Gilkey, D.C., Ph.D., CPE, CSP, REHS, Montana Tech University
  • Noise and Health
Yulia Carroll, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
John Eichwald, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • ATSDR's Community Stress Resource Center
Ben Gerhardstein, MPH, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
 

Water Quality Sponsored by Inspect2go

  • Using Water Quality Data to Reach the Target Audience
Samantha Dye, REHS, BA, BS, MSEH, Gaston County Department of Health & Human Services
Eric Delmelle, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Outreach and Education That Links Private Well Homeowners to Services
Niki Lajevardi Khosh, Arizona Department of Health Services
Matthew Roach, Arizona Department of Health Services
Mike Sutton, Indiana State Department of Health – Environmental Public Health Division
Martin Zartarian, NYS DOH Bureau of Water Supply Protection
  • A Partnership That Strengthens a Drinking Water Program and Advances Data Collection
Rose Galbraith, New Mexico Department of Health
Deyonne Sandoval, New Mexico Department of Health
  • CDC’s Safe WATCH Program: Short and Mid-Term Outcomes
Max Zarate-Bermudez, M.Sc., M.P.H., Ph.D , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Assessment and Reponses to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in Private Wells in Southeastern NM
Rose Galbraith, MPH, New Mexico Department of Health
 

Thursday, July 15

Climate & Health

  • Effective Long-Term Strategies to Prepare for, Prevent, and Mitigate Health Impacts of Drought
Rachel Lookadoo, JD, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health, Center for Preparedness Education
Jesse Bell, PhD, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health, Department of Environmental, Agricultural, and Occupational Health
Jill Krueger, JD, Network for Public Health Law
  • Addressing Climate Change Impacts through Adaptation Initiatives at Local Health Departments
Emily D'Angelo, MPH, National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
Amy Chang, MS, National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
  • Navigating Climate and Health: Introduction to NEHA’s Interactive Climate and Health Resources
Maddie Gustafson, NEHA
  • Health Effects of Indoor Air Pollution Among Nail Salon Workers: A Systematic Review
Alexa Carrera, Augsburg University, St. Catherine University
 

Data & Technology

  • Introducing Artificial Intelligence: Optimizing EH Resources for Reduced Budgets
Darryl Booth, MS, Business Administration, MBA, Accela Software
  • Remote Vehicle Video Inspections
Jennifer Osorio, REHS, BS, San Bernardino County
Noah Hamm, EHS, San Bernardino County
  • Using Technology to Enhance Food Safety Education
Leilah Kelsey, San Bernardino County, Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Services
 

General Environmental Health

  • Showcasing Our Environmental Education Team's Virtual "Renaissance"
Katie Masucci, City of Plano, Texas
  • COVID-19 & Environmental Health Innovation
Patrick Breysse, PhD, CIH, NCEH/ATSDR
  • Body Art Expert Panel: Industry and Regulators on Practical Use of Body Art Model Code and Annex
Christl Tate, NEHA
Jodi Zimmerman, REHS II, El Paso County Department of Health and Environment
Michae Crea
Katherine Martinez, REHS
Sarah Robbin, REHS/RS
 

Water Quality Sponsored by Inspect2go

  • Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak Response Scenario
Jasen Kunz, MPH, REHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Candis Hunter, MSPH, PhD, REHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Benjamin Clopper, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Environmental Health Expertise is Key to Preventing Legionnaires’ Disease
Jasen Kunz, MPH, REHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Candis Hunter, MSPH, PhD, REHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Benjamin Clopper, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Legionnaires’ Disease Health Disparities: A Social Determinants of Health Perspective
Candis Hunter, PhD, MSPH, REHS/RS, CDC
Simone Salandy, PhD, MPH, CDC
  • Supplemental Disinfection Techniques Comparison for Legionella Remediation
Alberto Comazzi, PhD, Sanipur US LLC
Megan Canright, MPH, CIH, Forensic Analytical
  • Examining Recreational Water Open-Data and Standardization
Joe Laco, MSEH, REHS/RS, CDC/NCEH
Sarah Schacht, PhD
  • The Big MAHC: Assessing the Presence of MAHC Guidelines in State Pool Codes
Patrick Vander Kelen, PhD, MPH, CDC/NCEH
Joe Laco, MSEH, RS/REHS, CDC/NCEH
Chris Fletcher, CDC/ATSDR
Shannon McClenahan, Tanana Chiefs Conference – Office of Environmental Health
 

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