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Thursday, January 27, 2000

Engaging Stakeholders

6:00-7:00 AM - Healthy People in Motion (Exercise)

7:00-8:00 AM - Poster Session (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

7:30-8:30 AM - Regional Health Administrators' Roundtable on State and Local Action

7:30-8:30 AM - Concurrent Caucus Sessions (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

  • NJ LINCS: A Strategic Plan for Statewide Electronic Information Systems 
  • Applying a Training Model to Mobilize Community Coalitions to Deliver Physical Activity Programs for At Risk Youth
  • CyberHealth: An Interactive Health Literacy Program for Seniors
  • Building Healthy Community Coalitions to Mobilize Communities to Action 
  • Partnering to Achieve the Arthritis-Related Objectives
  • The Power of Partnering: Educating Consumers about Food Safety Issues 
  • The Pre-Paid Restaurant: Eliminating Health Disparities

8:30-10:00 AM - Concurrent Breakout Sessions (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

  • The Internet: Building Bridges Between Providers and Patients
  • Strategic Planning for Health Improvement Among Diverse Populations
  • Information Resources to Address Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities
  • Meeting the Health Needs of Rural and Migrant Communities
  • Using Technology to Improve Health of Disabled Populations
  • Lessons Learned in Building Partnerships and Coalitions
  • Ensuring a Healthy Future for Children and Adolescents
  • How Performance Standards Can Help Achieve Health Objectives
  • Grandma's House
  • Implementing Cardiovascular Health Strategies at the Community Level
  • Collaboration Models for Community-Based Health Reform
  • Using Women's Report Cards to Eliminate Disparities
  • Improving Diabetes Care Among Minorities
  • Promoting Five a Day

10:30 AM-12:00 PM - Plenary Session: 
Eliminating Health Disparities 
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Methods and policies for eliminating disparities.
Charles J. Ogletree, Jr, JD, Jesse Climenko Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Bonnie Erbe, JD, Host of PBS TV's "To the Contrary," Persephone Productions
Vanessa N. Gamble, MD, PhD, Vice President for Community & Minority Programs, Association of American Medical Colleges 
H. Jack Geiger, MD, ScD, Arthur C. Logan Professor Emeritus of Community Medicine, CUNY Medical School of Biomedical Education
Irene Y. Hirano, MPA, Executive Director & President, Japanese American National Museum
Robert W. Jensen, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin
Theda J. McPheron-Keel, RN, CRRN, MA, MS, MA, CHES, President, Wind Hollow Foundation
Anita Perez Ferguson, MA, Speaker/Author of "A Passion for Politics," Luz Publications

1:30-3:00 PM - Concurrent General Sessions:

I. Inspiring Healthy Living Broadcast button
Personal accounts of how individuals overcame health adversities.
Lee Haney, Chairman, President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports

Nicole Johnson, Miss America 1999
L.H. Hendrickson, BGEN, US Marine Corps, Commander, US Quanrico Marine Corps Base
Jhoon Rhee, President, Jhoon Rhee Tae Kwon Do
Loretta Claiborne, Special Olympics International

II. Federal Funding and Support for Healthy People Broadcast button
Mechanisms for Federal funding and support for Healthy People initiatives.
Margaret Hamburg, MD, MPH, Assistant Secretary for Planning Health and Evaluation, HHS

Claude Earl Fox, MD, MPH, Administrator, Health Resources and Services Administration
Eric Gopelrud, PhD, Acting Director, Office of Program Policy and Coordination, SAMHSA
Lisa Simpson, Deputy Administrator, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Kathy Cahill, Associate Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ruth Kirschstein, MD, Acting Director, National Institutes of Health

III. Using Healthy Communities to Mobilize Action Broadcast button
Methods and policies for mobilizing community resources for health.
Tyler Norris, President, Community Initiatives, Inc.

Chris Adams, President, Healthy Outcomes
Richard Iron Cloud, Director, Diabetes Prevention Project, Porcupine Clinic
Chris Vasquez, CEO, Memorial-Hermann Northwest Hospital
Cynthia Taueg, Vice President, Urban & Community Health, St. John Health System, Detroit

3:30-5:00 PM - Concurrent Breakout Sessions (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

  • Promoting Healthy Lifestyles through Technology
  • Collaborating to Reach Adolescents and Children
  • Mobilizing Community Partners
  • Health Professional Workforce, Training, and Infrastructure
  • Community Partnerships for Violence and Injury Prevention
  • Collaborations for Health Promotion among Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and American Indians
  • Health Data, Electronic Health Records, and Privacy
  • Innovations to Improve Access to and Delivery of Health Services
  • Addressing Health Issues of Older Americans
  • Partnering Beyond the Usual Suspects
  • Partners: Health and Technology, Eliminating Health Disparities
  • MD, MCO, Employer Collaboration
  • Partnering for Prostate Prevention: Deadly to Men
  • Model Collaborations for Skills-Based Pre K-12 Education

5:00-6:00 PM - Poster Session (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

6:00-8:00 PM - Reception and Partnerships Technology Games Awards
Awards Presenter: Representative, Annenberg School of Communication and Annenberg Public Policy Center

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