ARCHIVES OF PAST PRESENTATIONS

Apologies from WREN 2009 Team for not including attendee roster in the registration packets.  The roster can be downloaded here.

WREN 2009 Presentations (click on presenter's name to view PDF)

Thursday, May 14th

Heumann, “Disaster Epidemiology at the State and National Level: Applying Public Health Tracking to Emergency Preparedness and Climate Change Issues”

Millington, “‘Plays Well with Others’ - Role of CA Public Health GIS in 2008 Golden Guardian Exercise”

Payne, “Lowering the Blood Lead Level (BLL) of Concern in Adults: California Activities”

Peterson, “Case Studies of Occupational Overexposures (Chemicals)”

Arcus-Arth, “Background and Update on Melamine: Fun with Chemistry”

Ritieni, “Cosmetic Product Reporting in California: The 2005 California Safe Cosmetics Act”

Dobraca, “Assess Cell Phone and Cordless Phone Risks and Craft Advice”

Friday, May 15th

Yanga, “The Light Brown Apple Moth in California: Planes, Pheromones and Public Health”

Plagenhoef, “Vision for the Future: A Real Time Disease Surveillance Program with the Oregon Poison Center and State Public Health”

Naik, “Agricultural Burning at the California-Mexico Border: A           Collaborative Effort to Address Air Quality and Community Health- 2009”

Hoppe, “GIS Analysis of Nitrate in Oregon Domestic Wells: Capturing Exposure through Innovative Drinking Water Policy”

Shultis, “Systems Approach to Improved Stroke Care in the Pacific Northwest: The Northwest Regional Stroke Network (NWRSN)”

Goff, ”Building Capacity for Health Impact Assessment in Oregon”

Smith, “More on Overlapping Confidence Intervals, and Ways to Graphically Present Estimates and Intervals”

Smorodinsky, “To Map Or Not To Map: A Brief Overview of GIS Tools for a Non-Technical Person”

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