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2013 Disaster Epidemiology Workshop Presentations
Presenter Session Title Presentation
Matt Kallmyer Session 1 Partners in Disaster Response—Crosscutting Collaborations in Disaster Epidemiology Download
Richard Bartlett Session 1 Hospital Preparedness & Epi’s as partners in support of Public Health Preparedness Download
John Davies-Cole Session 1 57th Presidential Inauguration Health Surveillance: Strength through collaboration Download
Denise Chrysler Session 2 Legal Preparedness to Share Information During Disasters Download
Meredith Allen Session 2 Navigating Legal Barriers to Effective Public Health Emergency Response Download
Bryon Backenson Session 3 Response Planning for Climate Change in New York Download
George Luber Session 3 The Public Health Dimensions of Disasters in the Context of Climate Change Download
Deborah Gould Session 4
Disaster Mental Health Surveillance Assessment at State Agencies Download
David Sugerman Session 5
Improving Post-disaster Injury Morbidity and Mortality Surveillance Download
Jeanne Spears Session 5 Partners in Data Recovery and Reporting Download
John Plisich Session 5 FEMA Mitigation Assessment Team Program: An Overview Download
Jon Roesler Session 5 Disasters: Before/During/After Injury Mortality & Morbidity Surveillance Download
Keith Stellman Session 5 Storm Data Program Overview Download
Lauren Lewis Session 5 Improving Disaster Surveillance: An Environmental Epidemiology Perspective Download
Bryon Backenson Session 6 NYSDOH Response to Hurricane Sandy Download
Tina Tan Session 6 Superstorm Sandy: Public Health Practice and Response, NJ Download
Amy Wolkin Session 6 Federal Epidemiology Response to Hurricane Sandy Download