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WPHA Business Meeting

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WPHA Business Meeting
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5/21/20195/21/201911:30 AM1:00 PM

Pre-Con Sessions - Tuesday • 1:30-5:00 p.m.

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Pre-Conference 1: Systems Thinking to Foster System Changes and Address Health Equity
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5/21/20195/21/20191:00 PM5:30 PM
Pre-Conference 2: Coalition Building Strategies for Policy Change
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5/21/20195/21/20191:30 PM5:00 PM
Pre-Conference 3: Bridging the Gap: Quality Improvement in Perinatal Public Health
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5/21/20195/21/20191:30 PM5:00 PM

Block 1 Wednesday • 10:15-10:45 a.m.

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1.1 Health in Planning: Considering Land Use Decisions on Social Isolation in contrast to Social Loneliness
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5/22/20195/22/201910:15 AM10:45 AM
1.2 Client Discomfort with an Adverse Childhood Experiences Questionnaire
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5/22/20195/22/201910:15 AM10:45 AM
1.3 Communicating Nitrate Risks in Rock County: Making GIS Modeling Data Usable and Understandable
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5/22/20195/22/201910:15 AM10:45 AM
1.4 Stressful-life Events Among African-American Breast Cancer Survivors and its Influence on Weight Loss During a Behavioral Intervention
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5/22/20195/22/201910:15 AM10:45 AM
1.5 Bike Day - Community Health in Motion
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5/22/20195/22/201910:15 AM10:45 AM
1.6 Public Affairs Legislative Priority Session - Early Childhood Education
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5/22/20195/22/201910:15 AM10:45 AM

Block 2 Wednesday • 11:00-11:45 a.m.

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2.1 Working Across Government to Create Local PSE Change: Conducting a Rapid Health Impact Assessment (HIA) on a Low-Income Senior Housing Development
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5/22/20195/22/201911:00 AM11:45 AM
2.2 Public Health 3.0: Do you have what it takes to be a Chief Health Strategist?
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5/22/20195/22/201911:00 AM11:45 AM
2.3 One Wisconsin City’s Exploration of Community Health Worker Impact on Chronic Disease Prevention
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5/22/20195/22/201911:00 AM11:45 AM
2.4 Building Bridges: Growing Children’s Health through Youth Gardens and Wellness Policies
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5/22/20195/22/201911:00 AM11:45 AM
2.5 Building a School-Based Mental Health Consortium in Marathon County
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5/22/20195/22/201911:00 AM11:45 AM
2.6 Public Affairs Legislative Priority - Housing
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5/22/20195/22/201911:00 AM11:45 AM

Block 3 Wednesday • 1:15-2:15 p.m.

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3.1 Beyond Translation: Adapting Public Health Messages for Spanish-Speaking Audiences
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5/22/20195/22/20191:15 PM2:15 PM
3.2 Using Partnerships to Increase Extreme Heat Preparedness in Milwaukee
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5/22/20195/22/20191:15 PM2:15 PM
3.3 The Wisconsin Health Atlas: Local Data for Action
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5/22/20195/22/20191:15 PM2:15 PM
3.4 Improved Public Health Service Delivery Through Collaboration: The Story of Greenfield, Wisconsin
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5/22/20195/22/20191:15 PM2:15 PM
3.5 Taking the Temperature of Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts in Wisconsin: Results of the RPE Needs Assessment
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5/22/20195/22/20191:15 PM2:15 PM
3.6 Public Affairs Legislative Priority - Income Stability
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5/22/20195/22/20191:15 PM2:15 PM

Block 4 Wednesday • 2:45-3:45 p.m.

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4.1. Understanding Injection Drug Use in Rural Wisconsin: Early Experiences from a Multi-site National Study
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5/22/20195/22/20192:45 PM3:45 PM
4.2. Poverty, Food Insecurity and Health: Indicators of Health and Social Needs at Friedens Food Pantry: Determining the feasibility of data collecti
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5/22/20195/22/20192:45 PM3:45 PM
4.3. Building Bridges Between Data and Action: A Look at Local Strategies for Addressing Environmental Health Topics
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5/22/20195/22/20192:45 PM3:45 PM
4.4 Using a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System as a Tool For Data Collection, Demonstrating Value of Partnerships, and Equitable Outreach
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5/22/20195/22/20192:45 PM3:45 PM
4.5 A Contextual Model of Suicide for Suicide Prevention
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5/22/20195/22/20192:45 PM3:45 PM
4.6 Public Affairs Legislative Priority - Criminal Justice Reform
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5/22/20195/22/20192:45 PM3:45 PM

Block 5 Thursday • 10:00-11:00 a.m.

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5.1 Practitioner Tools for Pursuing Policy Change that Addresses the Social and Economic Factors Influencing Health
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5/23/20195/23/201910:00 AM11:00 AM
5.2 Building Bridges Between Services, Sectors, and Families: A Strengths-Based Approach to Preventing Child Maltreatment
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5/23/20195/23/201910:00 AM11:00 AM
5.3 Bringing the Immunization Neighborhood Together, Showcasing Evaluation Plans of a Project to Decrease Barriers to Immunization Provision in Commun
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5/23/20195/23/201910:00 AM11:00 AM
5.4 Building Power and Trust: Youth-Led Dialogues to Learn from Youth of Color
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5/23/20195/23/201910:00 AM11:00 AM
5.5 Perceptions About Cigarettes Among Disparate Populations in Wisconsin
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5/23/20195/23/201910:00 AM11:00 AM
5.6 Community-Led Systems Change Approaches to Support Health Outcomes for Formerly Incarcerated Populations
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5/23/20195/23/201910:00 AM11:00 AM

Block 6 Thursday • 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

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6.1 Shifting the Power: How Public Health Madison & Dane County is making their CHA/CHIP a Truly Community-Owned Process
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5/23/20195/23/201911:15 AM12:15 PM
6.2 Supporting a Healthy School Community through Direct Education and PSE Change
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5/23/20195/23/201911:15 AM12:15 PM
6.3 Alcohol Policy for Public Health Professionals
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5/23/20195/23/201911:15 AM12:15 PM
6.4 Using PRAMS Data to Measure Social Determinants of Health and Evaluate Policy Effects
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5/23/20195/23/201911:15 AM12:15 PM
6.5 Engaging Residents in Tactical Urbanism to make a Crosswalk “Pop”
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5/23/20195/23/201911:15 AM12:15 PM

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