2019 MPPHC Presentations


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101 Laying the Groundwork for Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Exposure Assessments in Michigan –NOT AVAILABLE FOR SHARING
102  Improving Birth Outcomes through Regional Perinatal Quality CollaborativesEmily Goerge, MPH, MSN, RN
103 Centering Equity and Engagement: The Evolution of Community Health Assessment and Planning in Washtenaw CountyDayna Benoit, MPH, CHES; Adam Paberzs, MPH
104 Assembling a Regional Public Health Ethics Committee: Practices to Address Dilemmas that Cross Jurisdictions Sarah Surna, MSSA, MPH; Anne Barna, MA; Adrienne DeFord, JD
105 Investing in our Workforce: How 2 Local Health Departments are Using Workforce Development Plans for Public Health Transformation- Carrie Hribar, MA; Whitney Litzner, MPH; Sara Stoddard, MS; Maria Swiatkowski

201 Investing in Michigan’s Children: The economic benefits of reducing lead exposure and the cost of inaction Rebecca Meuninck, PhD; Tina Reynolds, JD
202 PrEPing the PeninsulasMary Nagy, BSN, MPH; Mary D. Miller, RN; Charity Zimmerman, BSN, RNC
203 The Road to Becoming a Trauma-Informed & Resiliency-Focused Local Health DepartmentNicki Britten, MPH; Courtney Davis, MPH
204 Journey to Health in All Policies: Lessons Learned by the Kent County Health Department– Teresa Branson, MHA; Cassie Kobler, MPA
205 MiTracking Portal: An Enhanced Tool for Data Driven Decision MakingJill Maras, MPH; Gill Capper, MPH; Rita Seith, MPH

301 The Lead Primary Prevention Pilot: An innovative approachAlanna Woolley, MPA; Aimee Surma, MS, RN
302 Emmet County School Health: A Community Partnership -Kathleen Jakinovich, MPH; Carrie Field, MPH; Natalie Kasiborski, PhD
303 Medicaid Matters: Understanding the Healthy Michigan Plan, Medicaid Work Requirements, and How We Can Keep Our Community InsuredRuth Kraut, MPH, MA; Krista Nordberg, JD
304 Lessons from the Implementation of Tobacco 21: Models of State and Local Innovation, Community Engagement, and Decriminalization of Youth Access to Tobacco Karalyn Kiessling, MPH
305 Federal Funding at the State-Level: The Effects of SAMHSA and CDC Funding on the Opioid Crisis in Michigan and the Crucial Corrective Role of Data– 

401 An Interdisciplinary Approach to Identifying and Supporting Trafficked Youth in Health Care SettingsJenni Lane, MA
402 FPHLPing the Script on Mentoring: Mentorship as a Public Health Investment Dana Thomas, MPH; Cleopatra Caldwell, PhD; Hannah Hoelscher, MA
403 The Coalescence of Behavioral Health and Environmental Health ResponseMitch Lindstrom; Jody Lewis, MA; Susan Manente, MA
404 TRAILS needs assessment: Exploring school mental health within Detroit Public Schools Community District Jennifer Vichich, MPH; Maureen Smith, MA
405 Transforming Health Centers into Adolescent-Centered Medical HomesEllen Wagner, MPH, MS

501 Building an Ethics Infrastructure for Public Health Decision-Making– Cindra James, MPA- Not Authorized to Share
502 Get, Set, Ready? A variation analysis of public health leadership workforce.Emmanuel Jadhav, DrPH, MHM, MSc
503 Community-Driven Health Impact Assessments: An Example from Detroit’s Gordie Howe International Bridge Project- Lauren Fink, MPH; Simone Sagovac, BA; Natalie Sampson, PhD, MPH
504 Working with Closed Point of Dispensing (POD) PartnersTimothy Mautz, BS, MFR, PEM
505 Pediatric Tuberculosis (TB) Contact Investigation in Elementary School Setting: A Case Study-Nnenna Wachuku, MSN, RN; Lukas L. Ayers, BS, MPH