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January 26, 2000
1:30-3:30 PM - Concurrent Focus Area Sessions

Arthritis, Osteoporosis and Chronic Back Conditions
770  The Arthritis-Related Objectives: The Arthritis Foundation Perspective 1. Johanna Hinman, MPH, Arthritis Foundation, 2. Lisa Carlson, MPH, Arthritis Foundation
838  Arthritis, Osteoporosis, and Chronic Back Conditions—A NIAMS Perspective 1. Reva Lawrence, MPH, NIH/National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS)
611  Osteoporosis Objectives for Healthy People 2010 1. Paul Scherr, DSC, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
636  Reducing the Burden of Osteoporosis
1. Susan Davidson, MS, RD, National Osteoporosis Foundation
602  Healthy People 2010 Objectives for Arthritis and a CDC Perspective 1. Chad Helmick, MD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2. Teresa Brady, PhD, CDC

1314  Cancer 1. Barry Portnoy, National Cancer Institute, 2. Karen Richard, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
261  Business and Community Partnership to Reduce Colon Cancer with a Cost Effective Screening Colonoscopy Program 1. Gregory Larkin, MD, Eli Lilly and Company
1268  Cancer Prevention, A State Perspective 1. Linda H. Linville, MA, PhD, Kentucky Cancer Program
277  The Health-Related Quality of Life of Cancer Survivors in Medicare Managed Care 1. Frank Baker, PhD, American Cancer Society - Behavioral Research Center, 2. Chris Haffer, PhD, HCFA Office of Clinical Standards & Quality, 3. Maxine Denniston, MPH, American Cancer Society Behavioral Research Center
1228  Community-Based Breast Health Partnership 1. Kathryn W. Prividera, MS, RN, GNP, 2. Samuel S. Stratton VAMC

1320  Health Disparities in Diabetes: Intervention Strategies-Primary Prevention 1. Richard Eastman, MD, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases
519  Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Children: Screening for Acanthosis Nigricans 1. Paul Villas, EdD, University of Texas System Texas-Mexico Border Health Office, 2. David Salazar, BA/BS, Academic, 3. Doreen Garza, MPH, Academic, 4. Denise Benoit, BA/BS, Academic
1321  Diabetes
1. Stephanie Benjamin, PhD, Division of Diabetes Translation, Centers for Disease 
Control and Prevention
1271  Health Disparities in Diabetes: Elimination Strategies—The National Diabetes  Education Program 1. Yvette Roubioux, MD, MPH, Center for Native American Health, University of Arizona, 2. Faye Wong, MPH, Division of Diabetes Translation, CDC, 3. Joanne Gallivan, MS, RD, National Institutes of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH
1274  Health Disparities in Diabetes: Intervention Strategies—The American Diabetes Association and American Indians 1. Lillian Tom-Orme, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, 2. Lorraine Valdez, BSN, MPA, CDE 

Educational and Community-Based Programs
1243  School Site 1. Casey Hannan, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1245  Worksite  1. Rebecca Reeve, PhD, University of Virginia
1248  Health Care Site 1. Katherine Crosson, MPH, National Cancer Institute
1251  Community Site 1. Randy Schwartz, MPH, Maine Department of Human Services

Environmental Health
883  Environmental Health Chapter Overview 1. Carol A. Pertowski, MD, Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects, National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
845  American Lung Association: A Partner for Health in the New Millennium 1. Leyla McCurdy, American Lung Association
860  State Utilization of the HP2010 Environmental Health Objectives 1. Steve Macdonald, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists
854  Global Environmental Health: Healthy People 2010 and CDC/NCEH's Global Agenda  1. Melinda Moore, MD, MPH, National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Heart Disease and Stroke
1191  Cardiovascular Health for All 1. Gregory J. Morosco, MPH, PhD, NIH/NHLBI
1192  The CDC-Funded Cardiovascular Health State Programs 1. Nancy B.Watkins, MPH,  CDC/NCCDPHP/DACH/Cardiovascular Health Program
1193  American Heart Association Acute Event Initiatives 1. Rose Marie Robertson, MD, AHA, 2. Patricia Hamilton, 3. Meighan Girgua
1194  Program Activities for the Comprehensive Cardiovascular Health Program in North Carolina 1. Libby Puckett, MPH, Division of Community Health/DHHS
1195  Program Activities for the Comprehensive Cardiovascular Health Program in New York 1. Sonja Hedland, MPH, NY Dept. of Health

Immunizations and Infectious Diseases
1335  Immunizations and Infectious Diseases 1. Patricia Nolan, MD, MPH, ASTHO, Rhode Island Department of Health
1336  Immunizations and Infectious Diseases 1. Walter Faggett, MD National Medical Association
1333  Immunization and Infectious Diseases
1. Bruce Gellin, Infectious Disease Society of America

Injury and Violence Prevention
1337  Partnerships for Injury and Violence Prevention 1. Meri-K Appy, National Fire Protection Association
1360  Creating Sustainable Interventions for Migrant Farmworkers 1. Karen Lockerby Mountain, MS , Migrant Clinicians Network
1364  The Self Enhancement, Inc. Relationship Model 1. Tony Hopson, Self Enhancement, Inc.
1377  Partnerships for Injury Prevention & Violence Prevention 1. Rose McMurray, BA, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
1258  The National SAFE KIDS Campaign: Uniting America to Fight Unintentional Childhood Injury 1. Angela Mickalide, PhD, National SAFE KIDS Campaign, 2. Heather Paul, PhD, National SAFE KIDS Campaign

Maternal, Infant and Child Health
1247  Using Healthy People Objectives in State Program Planning & Evaluation 1. Deborah Klein Walker, EdD, Bureau of Family & Community Health, MA Dept. of Public Health
1242  Maternal and Infant Health Objectives for the Nation: Supporting a Meaningful Academic Research and Education Agenda for the Year 2010 1. Donna Petersen, MHS, ScD, University of Alabama
1249  Using Healthy People Objectives to Address Disparities in MCH 1. Michelle Davis, MS, PhD, Dept. of Health, Office of Maternal and Child Health
1252  Maternal, Infant, and Child Health 1. Jennifer L. Howse, PhD, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation

Nutrition and Overweight
1339  Toward Healthy Diets and Healthy Weights: Our Objectives for the Next Decade 1. Nancy T. Crane, MPH, RD, Food and Drug Administration, 2. Christine J. Lewis, PhD, RD, 3. Van S. Hubbard, MD, PhD, National Institutes of Health, 4. Paul M. Coates, PhD, National Institutes of Health
1338  Opportunities for Using the Healthy People 2010 Objectives at the State and Local Level 1. Judith Anderson, DrPH, RD, Michigan Department of Community Health 
1341  Opportunities for Partnering with Healthy People 2010: A Perspective from a Health  Professional Organization 1. Margaret Tate, MS, RD Arizona Department of Health Services

Oral Health
1342  NIDCR's Role in Achieving the HP2010 Objectives 1. Harold Slavkin, DDS National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, National Institutes of Health
1344  How Will States Achieve the HP2010 Objectives? 1. Beth Hines, RDH, MPH, Washington State Department of Health
1343  Healthy People 2010—A National and Local Commitment 1. Myron Allukian, DDS, MPH, Boston Public Health Commission, Community Dental Programs
1345  Eliminating Disparities through Improved Access 1. Cynthia E. Hodge, DMD, MPH, National Dental Association
1378  HRSA's Role in Closing the Gap in Oral Health Disparities 1. Claude Earl Fox, MD, MPH, Administrator, Health Resources and Services Administration

Public Health Infrastructure
697  Illinois Project for Local Assessment of Needs, IPLAN Public Health Futures Illinois
and Healthy People 2010: Partners in Planning
1. Laura Landrum, MS, Illinois Department of Public Health, 2. Angela Oldfield, MSW, State Government, 3. Patti Kimmel, BA/BS, State Government, 4. Patrick McGarry, PhD, State Government, 5. Julie Doetsch, MA, State Government
550  Explaining the Success of Community Health Coalitions: Lessons Learned from The California Wellness Foundation Health Improvement Initiative 1. William Beery, MPH, Group Health Cooperative, 2. Howard Greenwald, PhD, Group Health Cooperative, 3. Joan Twiss, MPH, Center for Civic Partnership, 4. Gary Nelson, PhD, The California Wellness Foundation

Sexually Transmitted Diseases
691  Synergistic Effect of STD Prevention Partnership: Responding to National STD Prevention Goals 1. Ruth Roman, MPH, National Council of La Raza 
688  A National Comprehensive STD Prevention System: Addressing Recommendations of the IOM 1. Charles Rabins, MPH, Illinois Department of Health 
927  Achieving Success in the Integration of HIV and STD Prevention Programs 1. Casey Blass, Texas Department of Health

Substance Abuse
1289  Substance Abuse 1. Stephanie Carter, Vermont Department of Health
1291  Substance Abuse 1. Robert Heard, Mothers Against Drunk Driving
1290  Substance Abuse 1. George Hacker, JD Center for Science in the Public Interest, Alcohol Policies Project
1358  Substance Abuse 1. Sue Thau, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
1292  Substance Abuse 1. Susan Farrell, PhD, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

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Partnerships for Health in the New Millennium          January 24-28, 2000         Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC

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