Michigan Premier Public Health Conference

2019 MPPHC- OCT 16-17, Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest

CME Materials

Day One Tracker
Day Two Tracker
Activity Instruction Form (evaluation link)


Keynote and Concurrent Evaluations

100 Series concurrent sessions: 10:15-11:15 a.m.- select one choice

101 Laying the Groundwork for Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Exposure Assessments in Michigan – Rachel Long, MSPH; Laura Abington, M.Ed., MPH; Karla Black, PhD, MEP, PEM, REHS
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 JurisdictionsSarah 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

200 Series concurrent sessions: 1:00-2:00 p.m. - select one choice

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 DepartmentTeresa Branson, MHA; Cassie Kobler, MPA
205 MiTracking Portal: An Enhanced Tool for Data Driven Decision MakingJill Maras, MPH; Gill Capper, MPH; Rita Seith, MPH

300 Series concurrent sessions: 2:15-3:15 p.m. - select one choice

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 TobaccoKaralyn 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– 

400 series concurrent sessions: 10:00-11:00a.m. - select one choice

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 InvestmentDana 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

500 series concurrent sessions: 12:30-1:30 p.m. - select one choice

501 Building an Ethics Infrastructure for Public Health Decision-Making– Cindra James, MPA
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

Keynote Address: Transforming Local Public Health-Successes in Leadership- Phyllis D. Meadows, PhD, MSN, RN
Keynote Address: Preparing for and Responding to Public Health and Medical Emergencies/DisastersRonald C. Burger, BS
Keynote Address: Practical Application of Legal Epidemiology in Public Health PracticeScott Burris, JD
Closing Keynote: Change Leadership for PH 3.0 Vaughn Mamlin Upshaw, DrPH, EdD, MPH