Agenda

USPHS Scientific and Training Symposium
Agenda

Sunday, June 4: Pre-Conference Workshops

8:00 am -- 5:00 pm
Meeting Room 5 (Convention Center)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support

8:00 am – 12:00 pm and repeated from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)
Basic Life Support

Monday, June 5: Pre-Conference Workshops

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Meeting Room 5 (Convention Center)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Continued

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm and repeated 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)
Basic Life Support

8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Ballroom E-F (Convention Center)
Mentoring in the Commissioned Corps: Tools and Strategies for Success (Leadership Workshop)
(Pre-Registration Required)
Lunch included

10:00 am -- 12:00 pm
West (Marriott)
Epidemiologist Interest Group

Tuesday, June 6: Pre-Conference Workshops

8:00 am -- 1:00 pm
Meeting Room 13 (Convention Center)
Branch Leadership (Pre-Registration Required)
Lunch included

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Meeting Room 15 (Convention Center)
Career Development, Leadership and Promotion Readiness Preparation

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Meeting Room 4 (Convention Center)
Clear Communication for Public Health Service Officers: A Skills-Building Workshop

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)
Rx for Change Tobacco Cessation Intervention Training

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Plaza Ballroom (Marriott)
Deployment, Readiness and Clinical Skills

8:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Meeting Room 14 (Convention Center)
USPHS Patient Movement and JPATS (Joint Patient Assessment and Tracking System) Training and Overview

1:00 pm -- 2:00 pm
Meeting Room 13 (Convention Center)
COA General Membership Meeting

Tuesday, June 6: Conference

2:00 pm -- 3:00 pm
Ballroom E-G  (Convention Center)
Opening Ceremonies

3:00 pm -- 4:00 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Luther Terry Lecture: Building a Culture of Health
Dr. James Marks, Senior Vice President, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Opening Keynote: Corps Forward: Shaping Public Health from the Front Lines
RADM Sylvia Trent-Adams, Acting US Surgeon General

5:00 pm -- 6:15 pm
Foyer outside Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Opening Reception

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Meeting Room 3
How to Get the Most out of JOAG

6:15 pm -- 7:15 pm
Meeting Room 5-6 (Convention Center)
PHS Ensemble Concert

Wednesday, June 7: Category Day

7:45 am – 5:15 pm

·         Dentists Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)

·         Dietitians Meeting Room 11 (Convention Center)

·         Engineers Meeting Room 4 (Convention Center)

·         Environmental Health Officers Meeting Room 5 (Convention Center)

·         Health Services Officers Plaza Ballroom (Marriott)

·         Nurses Ballroom J (Convention Center)

·         Pharmacists Ballroom H-I (Convention Center)

·         Physicians Meeting Room 15 (Convention Center)

·         Scientists Meeting Room 14 (Convention Center)

·         Therapists Meeting Room 6 (Convention Center)

·         Veterinarians Meeting Room 2 (Convention Center)

6:00 pm -- 10:00 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Anchor & Caduceus Dinner and Silent Auction

8:00 pm -- 9:00 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
C.  Everett Koop Memorial Lecture
Dr. Erika Lee, BA, MD, PhD, Rudolph J. Vecoli Chair in Immigration History, University of Minnesota

Thursday, June 8

8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Exhibit Hall B
Exhibit Hall Open
(Continental Breakfast)

8:00 am -- 10:00 am
Plaza B-C (Marriott)
Minority Officers Liaison Council Awards Breakfast
(Breakfast included)

8:00 am -- 10:00 am
Plaza A (Marriot)
Junior Officers Advisory Group Meeting
(Breakfast included)

8:00 am – 10:00 am
Tennessee River Room (Marriott)
Bureau of Prisons Meeting

9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Blood Mobile Outside
Blood Drive
Track 1: Healthy and Safe Environments
Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Inter-professional Team-based Training to Promote Healthy Aging in Older Adults in the United States

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Integrating Lean tools and a Management System in the Federal Government

11:00 am -- 11:30 am
The Department of Homeland Security Medical Countermeasures Program - Protecting Continuity of Government and Biosecurity Through Workforce Health

11:30 am -- 12:00 pm
Sustainability Innovations in the Arctic

Track 2: Clinical and Community Services
Meeting Room 4 (Convention Center)

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
The Triple Aim: Improved Population Health, Improved Quality Care, and Lower Costs in Healthcare

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Improving Healthcare Quality and Effectiveness through Comprehensive Evaluation and Quality Improvement Efforts

11:00 am -- 11:30 am
A National Program to Advance Evidence-Based Medicine

11:30 am -- 12:00 pm
Utilization of the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Surveys, Star Ratings Systems, and the Medicare Plan Finder Tool to Increase Beneficiary Engagement and Healthcare Quality

Track 3: Empowered People and Resilient Communities
Meeting Room 12 (Convention Center)

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Collective Impact: Mobilizing Public Health Action and Social Change

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Recovery Supports 101 for Providers: Strategies and Resources in Shared Decision-Making

11:00 am -- 11:30 am
Impacts of an Evidence-Based Health Promotion Program in a Correctional Setting

11:30 am -- 12:00 pm
Health Risk Genealogy: An Assessment Approach to Empower Healthy Behaviors and Decision-Making

Track 4: Elimination of Health Disparities
Meeting Room 13 (Convention Center)

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
A Population-Based Analysis of Five Health-Related Behaviors for Chronic Disease Prevention among Sexual and Gender Minorities

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Addressing Health Disparities Among the LGBT Americans: The Role of a Public Health Service Officer

11:00 am -- 11:30 am
What Does the CCWIAB Have to Offer for USPHS Officers?

11:30 am -- 12:00 pm
Annual 2017 Healing with CAARE Mission

Track 5: Prescription for Prevention and Health
Meeting Room 14 (Convention Center)

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs and Health: What you Need to Know

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Codeine Over-The-Counter: An Advisory Committee Story

11:00 am -- 11:30 am
The Opioid Crisis: A Nursing Perspective

11:30 am -- 12:00 pm
Giving a Tomorrow - Preventing Opioid Overdoses

Track 6: Readiness and Deployment
Meeting Room 15 (Convention Center)

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Developing and Implementing an Outward Mindset: a Leadership Framework and Opportunities for Officer Growth and Development in Responding to Emerging Public Health Challenges

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Leveraging Training Technology and Innovative Strategies for Enhancing Disaster Preparedness

11:00 am -- 11:30 am
Improving Deployment Outcomes and Preparedness through the Application of Lessons Learned, After Action Reviews, Hot Washes, and an Effective Deployment Training Program.

11:30 am -- 12:00 pm

SAMHSA Crisis Counseling Program and Disaster Behavior Health Resources

12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Exhibit Hall B (Convention Center)
Poster Session, Exhibit Hall Time
Lunch on Own

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Tennessee River Room (Marriott)
Indian Health Service Meeting

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM           
Exhibit Hall
Exhibitor Showcase: Goya Presentation       

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Exhibit Hal
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Health Leadership Award Ceremony

Track 1: Healthy and Safe Environments
Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)

 2:30 pm -- 3:00 pm
Preventing Contact Lens-Related Eye Infections: CDC’s Healthy Contact Lens Program
CDR Jennifer Cope, MD, MPH, USPHS, Medical Epidemiologist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

3:00 pm -- 3:30 pm
Take the Stairs! – A USPHS-led Initiative to Increase Physical Activity at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

3:30 pm -- 4:00 pm
How National Vaccination Recommendations are Made: HPV Vaccine as an Example of Evidence-Based Policymaking

4:00 pm -- 4:30 pm
Commissioned Corps Online Weight Management Modules

Track 2: Clinical and Community Services
Meeting Room 4 (Convention Center)

 2:30 pm -- 3:00 pm
Building a Healthier America through Health Education in Your Local Community – Focus on the National Prevention Strategy
Leverage NPS-PACE resources to prepare a presentation and engage in community health outreach.

3:00 pm -- 3:30 pm
Indian Health Service: Providing Care in Remote Environments

3:30 pm -- 4:00 pm
Developing a Multi-disciplinary Collaboration to Identify and Treat Children with Developmental Delays

4:00 pm -- 4:30 pm
Telebehavioral Health: Leveraging Technology to Bridge the Gap Across the Pacific

Track 3: Empowered People and Resilient Communities
Meeting Room 12 (Convention Center)

2:30 pm -- 3:00 pm
Building Trust: Risk Communication, Risk perception, and Public Health
CDR Qiao Bobo, PhD, USPHS, Branch Chief, Food and Drug Administration

3:00 pm -- 3:30 pm

Trying to Do it All – At What Cost? Creating a Workplace Culture that Promotes Work Life Balance to Reduce Stress and Optimize Delivery of Health Care Professional Services - Presented by the CC Women's Leadership Support Group

3:30 pm -- 4:00 pm
Engaging the Unengaged – A Multi-Staged Approach to Stakeholder Engagement

4:00 pm -- 4:30 pm
Mobilizing a Culture of Health in National Parks

Track 4: Elimination of Health Disparities
Meeting Room 13 (Convention Center)

2:30 pm -- 3:00 pm
Features of Stigma and Anti-Stigma Strategies in Young Adults living with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus in Appalachia

3:00 pm -- 3:30 pm
Evaluating the Association Between Perceived Stress, Metabolic Rate, and Obesity, in Native Americans

3:30 pm -- 4:00 pm
What's the UC? Strategies to Improve the Quality of Medical Mortality Reporting

4:00 pm -- 4:30 pm
Black Commissioned Officers Advisory Group: Hometown Mission Initiative

Track 5: Prescription for Prevention and Health
Meeting Room 14 (Convention Center)

2:30 pm -- 3:00 pm
Tele-Pharmacy: An Innovative Clinical Approach to Health Care

3:00 pm -- 3:30 pm
US Department of Health and Human Service, ASPR/Office of Emergency Management’s Emergency Prescription Assistant Program: A Way to Help the Most Vulnerable During Disasters

3:30 pm -- 4:00 pm
New Oral Anticoagulants (NOAC) vs Warfarin: Analysis of Adherence and Adverse Outcomes

4:00 pm -- 4:30 pm
Naloxone Kits Rescuing Recently Released Inmate

Track 6: Readiness and Deployment
Meeting Room 15 (Convention Center)

2:30 pm -- 3:00 pm
Interagency Coordination during a Public Health and Medical Response: What Happens Behind the Scenes?

3:00 pm -- 3:30 pm
The Unified Coordination of Zika in Puerto Rico Response: An Integrated Approach to a Public Health Emergency

3:30 pm -- 4:00 pm
Discharge Planning Response Teams, Also Known As, USPHS Services Access Teams

4:00 pm -- 4:30 pm
Prevent, Prepare, and Respond with CLAS: The Role of the National CLAS Standards in Public Health Emergencies and Disasters

4:30 pm -- 4:45 pm
Break

4:45 pm -- 6:15 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Public Health Challenges for Today and Tomorrow
RADM Ali Khan, MD, MPH, USPHS (Ret), Dean and Professor of Epidemiology, College of Public Health - University of Nebraska Medical Center; CAPT Lynn Slepski, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, USPHS, Senior Public Health Advisor, Department of Transportation; Dr. Carolyn Cannuscio, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Director of Research, Public Health Initiatives


 

Friday, June 9

6:00 am -- 8:30 am
Offsite.  Busses Depart from Marriott/Convention Center beginning at 5:00 am
APFT and Surgeon General's 5K Run/Walk

8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Exhibit Hall B
Exhibit Hall Open
(Continental Breakfast)

Track 1: Healthy and Safe Environments
Meeting Room 3 (Convention Center)

 9:30 am -- 10:00 am
Agency Wide Process Transformation: The Bureau of Prisons Pre-employment Medical Screening Process

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Systematic Review of Marijuana Use and Subsequent Cardiovascular Events

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Intersecting Motivations for Leaving Abusive Relationships, Substance Abuse, and Transactional Sex among HIV High-Risk Women

11:15 am -- 11:45 am
Building a New Home: How Built Environments can Help Cities and Migrating People Acculturate

11:45 am -- 12:15 pm
Mobilizing a Culture through Safe Walkable Communities


Track 2: Clinical and Community Services
Meeting Room 4 (Convention Center)

 9:30 am -- 10:00 am
USPHS History Matters: Nursing Knowledge Begets Empowerment

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Opioid 101: Addressing the Epidemic
LT Mekeshia Bates, DNP, MPH, MSN, CRNP-PMH, RN, USPHS, Senior Public Health Analyst, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
FDA Enforcement Actions Against Violative Opioid Promotion

11:15 am -- 11:45 am
Increasing Access to Behavioral Healthcare through the Inter-professional Collaborative Practice Model

11:45 am -- 12:15 pm
Relationship between Family Income and Obesity among African-Americans

Track 3: Empowered People and Resilient Communities
Meeting Room 12 (Convention Center)

9:30 am -- 10:00 am
The Diabetes Prevention Program in a Correctional Setting

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Lessons Learned from the DC Maternal and Child Health Fair

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Erasing the Loneliness; Wiping Away the Tears of Children of Incarcerated Parents

11:15 am -- 11:45 am
Healthcare Coalitions' Contributions to Preparedness and Resilience

11:45 am -- 12:15 pm
Leveraging Health Information Exchange for Disaster Preparedness and Response to Improve Patient Car

Track 4: Elimination of Health Disparities
Meeting Room 13 (Convention Center)

9:30 am -- 10:00 am
Assessing the Public's Knowledge of the US Public Health Service

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
Psychotropic Medication Categorization to Assist with Assignment of Inmate Mental Health Care Level

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Postpartum Depressive Symptoms Trends, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 2004, 2008, 2012

11:15 am -- 11:45 am
Risk Factors for Infection During a Measles Outbreak Among Young Adults After Measles Elimination — Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 2015

11:45 am -- 12:15 pm
Global Health Engagement: Behavioral Health Application in Mexico

Track 5: Prescription for Prevention and Health
Meeting Room 14 (Convention Center)

9:30 am -- 10:00 am
Vaccination Hesitancy, Trust, and Confidence: Insights from Qualitative Research

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
The Pregnancy and Lactation Labeling Rule (PLLR)

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Childhood Immunizations, Enhancing the Pharmacist's Role

11:15 am -- 11:45 am
Practical Implementation of Antimicrobial Stewardship: A Pharmacist Approach to Overcoming Barriers

11:45 am -- 12:15 pm
Combating Antibiotic Resistant Gonorrhea

Track 6: Readiness and Deployment
Meeting Room 15 (Convention Center)

9:30 am -- 10:00 am
Environmental Challenges Responding to the Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone, West Africa

10:00 am -- 10:30 am
The Deployment Risk Mitigation Unit: Streamlining Responder Support Under a Single Authority Integrated into CDC’s Incident Management System

10:30 am -- 11:00 am
Use of Real-Time Evaluation (RTE) to Identify Health and Safety Risks to CDC Staff Deployed Internationally or to U.S. Territories for the Ebola and Zika Responses

11:15 am -- 11:45 am
Effective Public Health Emergency Managers

11:45 am -- 12:15 pm
Reserve Health Readiness Program (RHRP)

12:30 pm -- 2:30 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Awards Luncheon

2:30 pm -- 3:30 pm
Exhibit Hall B
Exhibit Hall and Poster Competition

3:30 pm -- 4:30 pm
Keynote: Public Health: Emerging Issues and Solutions
RADM Anne Schuchat, BA, MD, USPHS, Acting Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

4:30 pm -- 5:30 pm
Ballroom E-G (Convention Center)
Closing Keynote
RADM Boris Lushniak, MD, MPH, USPHS (Ret), Dean, University of Maryland School of Public Health

Developing and Implementing an Outward Mindset will be held on Friday and Saturday in the Tennessee River Room (Marriott).  Pre-Registration was required.

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