02 May 2009

Public Health video presentations

Public Health video presentations
from University of Wisconsin

04/29/2009 Picture from Swine Flu:  What You Need to Know video
D. Maki, G. Mejicano, C. Olsen
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Dr. Christopher Olsen, Dr. George Mejicano and Dr. Dennis Maki of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health present “Swine Flu: What You Need to Know.” Olsen discusses the influenza virus biology, epidemiology and ecology, Mejicano explains seasonal influenza, clinical presentation and diagnosis, and Maki gives an update on the current outbreak of Swine Influenza (H1N1) including detection, management, prevention and pandemic preparedness.
04/20/2009 Picture from The Impact of Fatness on Disability Insurance Application by the Non-Elderly video
M. Schmeiser
04/09/2009 Picture from Chemical Fallout: A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Investigation video
S. Rust
03/30/2009 Picture from The Enduring Health and Social Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences: Epidemiology and Neurobiology Converge video
R. Anda
03/23/2009 Picture from A History of Causal Thinking: Air Pollution and Asthma video
S. Magzamen
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Sheryl Magzamen, PhD, gives an overview of air pollution and asthma and discusses marginal structural models and how they are used for causal inference problems.
03/10/2009 Picture from Local Food Systems, Nutrition and Public Health video
M. Hamm
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Michael Hamm, PhD, forces us to think about what we value and what it means - A vibrant economy that 'fits' the 21st century, A healthy population with each person able to realize their potential with a particular focus on vulnerable populations, Smart, Efficient, Sustainable development, and The preservation and enhancement of our natural resources for future generations.
02/18/2009 Picture from Public Health, Human Rights and Sustainability in Honduras video
J. Almendares
02/16/2009 Picture from Recruitment of Underserved Women to Mammography through a Dispersed Rural Research Network video
E. Lengerich
02/02/2009 Picture from Participatory Photo Mapping: An Integrated Method for Health and Place Research video
S. Gaulocher, S. Dennis
01/20/2009 Picture from Health Research Partnerships with American Indian Communities video
A. Adams
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Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD leads a family-based intervention project - Healthy Children, strong families - to reduce obesity and cardiac risk factors in American Indian children. This participatory research project, a partnership between four Wisconsin Tribes, great Lakes inter-Tribal Council and UW researchers, is a randomized controlled trial examining the effect of a home visiting intervention on reducing metabolic risk and improving lifestyles in the children and their primary caregivers.
01/14/2009 Picture from Growing a New Generation of Public Health Nurses video
J. Zoellner
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Janet discusses the importance of implementing orientation strategies tailored to meet the needs of the new “Generation X” workforce. She shares her experience as a Public Health Nurse supervisor in Rock County, and some successful new staff orientation and retention strategies she has employed. This presentation will benefit both health care administrators and educators interested in improving their recruitment and retention strategies, and to foster positive workplace morale.
12/11/2008 Picture from Pediatric Fitness: Exercise Lab to the Schoolyard video
A. Carrel
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In this presentation, Aaron Carrel, MD, explains the social ecological model, discusses the role schools play in promoting pediatric fitness and answers the question - are school-based exercise interventions effective?
12/01/2008 Picture from Childhood Lead Poisoning, Oral Health, and Partnerships for Change: Challenges and Opportunities in Public Health video
K. Timberlake
11/03/2008 Picture from Eliminating Disparities in Birth Outcomes in Wisconsin: Current Trends and Future Approaches video
S. Johnson, M. Katcher
09/29/2008 Picture from WI State Lab of Hygiene - Your Public Health Partner in Research, Education and Service video
C. Brokopp
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The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WSLH) has been Wisconsin's public health and environmental laboratory since 1903. The citizens of Wisconsin have depended on the WSLH to reach and maintain the high quality of life that we now enjoy. As part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison the WSLH offers an array of quality clinical and environmental services. The main laboratory focus includes clinical bacteriology, cytogenetics, cytology, environmental sciences, immunology, industrial hygiene, newborn screening, proficiency testing, forensic toxicology and virology. The staff at the WSLH participates in a multitude of collaborative research projects, educational activities and service to the university and the community.
09/26/2008 Picture from Wisconsin’s Public Health Nursing Practice Model video
S. Zahner
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Susan Zahner, DrPH, RN, provides an overview of the development and major components of Wisconsin's Public Health Nursing Practice Model.

Picture from Will Health Care Reform Transform Public Health? video
S. Zahner
09/22/2008 Picture from The Association Between Neighborhood Physical Activity Support and Youth Physical Activity, Overweight and BMI video
S. Slater
09/18/2008 Picture from Workarounds in Hospitals: Impact on Nurses and Patients video
J. Halbesleben
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Workarounds are idiosyncratic solutions to perceived blocks in work flow. While they are widely acknowledged by health care professionals, there remains relatively little research on the impact that they have on health care professionals and patients. This talk summarizes a AHRQ- and NIOSH-funded stream of research examining how workarounds influence patient safety and nurse safety and occupational health. Through both quantitative and qualitative research designs, our research echoes significant concerns about patient safety from the literature, particularly in the medication process. Moreover, our research extends the literature by finding that workarounds can also lead to high levels of stress and increase risk of occupational injuries for nurses. In addition to sharing our findings, I discuss the implications of our findings for work design and patient safety.
09/15/2008 Picture from Smoking Cessation in Clinical Trials: A Research Ethical Imperative video
M. Kanarek
09/09/2008 Picture from Integrating the Health of the Public into the Education and Service Mission of the Academic Health Center video
A. Kaufman
08/28/2008 Picture from Services to Prevent Chronic Diseases and Injuries video
J. Moesch-Ebeling, D. Pasha
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Jody Moesch-Ebeling, BSN, RN, and Deborah Pasha, BSN, RN, provide a background for understanding the public health nursing (PHN) role in disease and injury prevention for families and communities.
08/27/2008 Picture from Global Strategy for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases and the Implementation Plan video
J. Cleary, M. Smith
08/21/2008 Picture from Health Promotion video
Y. Eide
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Yvonne Eide, MS, RN, describes public health nursing services that promote health, including resources to develop local health promotion services and evaluate the outcomes of health promotion activities.
08/15/2008 Picture from An Overview of Community-Based Participatory Research video
G. Coover
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Gail Coover, PhD explores how to integrate a community perspective into your research, introduces you to principles and approaches in community-based participatory research (CBPR), and provides practical guidance about creating, managing, and sustaining successful research partnerships with communities. Coover will also share CBPR resources for researchers.
08/04/2008 Picture from A Successful Community-Academic Partnership to Address Health Disparities: The Healthy Black Family Project video
S. Thomas
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Stephen B. Thomas, PhD, introduces the Healthy Black Family Project with an emphasis on how the initiative was conceived and planned for, the partners represented, how this community-academic partnership is being sustained and the health disparities research that is 'nested' within the program structure. The Health Black Family Project uses County Health Department benchmarks to explore relationships between precursors of disease and health outcomes in predominantly African American neighborhoods. A set of community-based health promotion interventions are implemented within a framework designed to track progress and measure health outcomes. Program activities include: cancer prevention and control, family health histories, mental wellness, nutritional information and guidance, physical activity, self-management of chronic diseases, smoking cessation and stress management.
07/17/2008 Picture from Communicable Disease: In Wisconsin video
T. Ringhand
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Timothy Ringhand, MPH, RN, provides an overview of key elements of communicable disease prevention and control in Wisconsin.

Picture from Communicable Disease: Immunizations video
M. DePablo
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Marina De Pablo, MS, MPH, RN, discusses safe immunization practices and where to locate resources to guide safe immunization practice.

Picture from Communicable Disease: Epidemiology Investigations video
T. Ringhand
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Timothy Ringhand, MPH, RN, explains the different reporting requirements for communicable disease, identifies the legislative mandates for communicable disease investigation, and describes how to conduct an epidemiologic investigation of a communicable disease.

Picture from Communicable Disease: Public Health Preparedness video
T. Ringhand
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Timothy Ringhand, MPH, RN, explains the role of the public health nurse (PHN) in public health emergency preparedness planning and response, and identifies preparedness resources available to PHNs in Wisconsin.
05/14/2008 Picture from The SHOW: Rationale and Design video
P. DeLuca, J. Nieto

Picture from Evidence-Based Community Health: From Information to Action video
F. White

Picture from Population Health Surveys as a Tool to Improve Community Health video
K. Glanz

Picture from General Discussion regarding SHOW video
F. White, K. Glanz, M. Khoury

Picture from SHOW Panel Introductions video
C. Johnson
05/02/2008 Picture from Challenges in Sustaining Community-based Participatory Research video
J. Joe
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Jennie Joe PhD, MPH discusses challenges in community-based participatory research, avenues for overcoming barriers, strategies for sustaining community partnerships and capacity building in communities.
04/21/2008 Picture from Indoor Air Pollution in Developing Countries: Does it Really Kill a Million Children Every Year? video
K. Smith
04/18/2008 Picture from Health Care in Wisconsin Prisons video
D. Burnett
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David Burnett, MD, covers the following topics: * available health care for men and women in prison * issues with follow-up for patients after they are released from prison * how physicians can best serve ex-offenders as they transition back into the community * potential collaboration in creating a health education curriculum for prisoners
04/16/2008 Picture from The Science and Epidemiology of US Cancer Disparities: Race/Ethnicity, Class, Gender and the Risk of Cancer video
N. Krieger
04/09/2008 Picture from Trends in Teenage Pregnancy video
C. Gilmore
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Claude Gilmore explores current trends in teenage pregnancy through information gathered from the Milwaukee Community. He assesses the impact of the problem, ranging from racial disparities to STI rates and occurrence of sexual abuse to the monetary cost of teen childbearing for the taxpayers of Wisconsin. Lastly, he explains current state action being taken to decrease teenage sexual activity and pregnancy.
04/07/2008 Picture from Health Development Policy and Human Rights in Africa video
C. Pannenborg

Picture from An Introduction to Health and Development in Africa video
C. Haq, G. Ridley, C. Young, N. Sewankambo
03/05/2008 Picture from HIV/AIDS: 2008 Global Health Symposium video
L. DiPrete Brown, K. Solheim, M. Hewson, S. Dillon Gold
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This video contains the following presentations related to HIV / AIDS from the 2008 Global Health Symposium: Walking in Cambodian Communities with HIV/AIDS: Dhammayietra Mongkol Borei Program Evaluation by Karen Solheim, RN, PhD Making a Difference for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa: A Regional Strategy to Improve the Quality of Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children by Lori DiPrete Brown, MSPH Role of African Traditional Health Practitioners in Approaching the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the South African School Curriculum by Mariana Hewson, PhD Will I Stay Long?: Educating HIV+ Adolescents in Kenya by Susan Dillon Gold, RN, BSN

Picture from Emerging Global Health Strategies: 2008 Global Health Symposium video
E. Reisdorf, M. Ceraso, L. Hartjes, B. Frederick, F. Naab
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This video contains the following presentations related to Emerging Global Health Strategies from the 2008 Global Health Symposium: Laboratory Based Efforts for Pandemic Preparedness by Erik Reisdorf Update on Turning the Tide on Tobacco Use in China: Starting with Health Professionals by Marion Ceraso Travel health Risk Perceptions of Study Abroad Students by Laurie B. Hartjes Utilizing Systems Engineering Application to Improve HIV Flow Laboratory Capabilities in Nairobi, Kenya by Brian Frederick Psychosocial Experiences of Infertile Men in Accra Metropolis, Ghana by Florence Naab

Picture from Global Health and the Environment: 2008 Global Health Symposium video
J. Baumgartner, S. Dennis, S. Nash, S. Olson, Y. Eun, J. Charles
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This video contains the following presentations related to Global Health and the Environment from the 2008 Global Health Symposium: Assessing the Environmental Components of Trachoma Transmission in Kongwa District, Tanzania: A Project Description by Scott Nash Precipitation Based Malaria Patterns in the Amazon: Will Deforestation Alter Risk? by Sarah Olson Household Air Pollution Concentrations from Biomass Combustion in Rural Yunnan, China by Jill Baumgartner Bringing Clean Water to Rural Uganda by Yejin Eun and Jesse Charles Learning from Honduran Kids: Reflections on Play, Health and the Built Environment in Rural Honduras by Samuel F. Dennis, Jr

Picture from Women and Children's Health: 2008 Global Health Symposium video
S. Koczela, A. Bibi, C. Gottileb, A. Alonso
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This video contains presentation regarding Women's and Children's Health from the 2008 Global Health Symposium: Same Problem, Different Factors: Maternal Health Care Seeking in Mathare, Kenya by Stephanie Koczela The Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns: Partnerships for Sustainable Improvements in Maternal and Newborn Health by Dr. Aaliya R. Bibi, MBBS Estimating the Prevalence of Childhood Disability in Developing Countries: Data From UNICEF’s Multiple Cluster Indicator Survey-round 3 (MICS-3) by Carissa Gottlieb FGM/C Project 2008 “The Right to be UnCut: Women and Infibulation in the Horn of Africa” by Araceli Alonso

Picture from 2008 Global Health Symposium: Global Health at UW-Madison video
C. Haq, D. Buss, G. Bousquet, K. May, R. Golden, J. Roberts
02/28/2008 Picture from Local Public Health Efforts to Prevent Childhood Obesity video
S. Webb-Lukomski
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Obesity is an American epidemic and it's affecting our children. Future clinicians will be dealing with obesity for the rest of their careers! Susan Webb-Lukomski, a public health nurse, and her colleagues from the Department of Public Health for Madison and Dane County talk about a childhood obesity prevention project that they have been working on.
02/25/2008 Picture from The NQF Efficiency Measurement Framework: Can it Help Heal the Schism Between Public Health and Medicine? video
E. Fisher
02/21/2008 Picture from How Neighborhood Design and Recreation Environment Variables Affect Physical Activity in Adolescents video
J. Sallis

Picture from The Role of the Built Environment in Obesity Prevention video
J. Sallis
01/28/2008 Picture from Marshfield Epidemiologic Study Area and the HMO Network: Growing Collaboration in Health Care Research video
R. Greenlee
12/03/2007 Picture from Using Public Health Surveillance to Improve Population Health video
P. Remington
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Dr. Patrick Remington gives a background on using surveillance information to improve population health, discusses three ongoing public health surveillance activities, talks about evaluating the impact and shares next steps for the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
11/26/2007 Picture from Is My Water Safe to Drink? Evidence from Communication Research among Private Well Owners video
D. Severtson
11/19/2007 Picture from Characteristics Associated with PBDE Serum Levels in a Cohort of Frequent and Infrequent Consumers of Sport-Caught Fish video
H. Anderson
11/12/2007 Picture from The Leverage and Limits of Foundations in Shaping Health Policy video
T. Oliver
10/29/2007 Picture from Beyond Knowledge Gaps: Media Campaigns and Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Behavior video
J. Niederdeppe
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Large-scale media campaigns are associated with reductions in a variety of unhealthy behaviors, including cigarette smoking. The prevalence of smoking among US adults has steadily declined over the past 40 years. Despite the overall reductions in adult smoking, disparities in smoking rates by socioeconomic status (SES) have increased dramatically over this time period. This presentation proposes a conceptual model to describe how media campaigns might lead to differences in smoking cessation between groups, reviews literature on the effectiveness of media interventions to promote smoking cessation among low SES populations, and presents data from a longitudinal study of smoking cessation media campaign effects on smoking cessation in Wisconsin. There is considerable evidence that media interventions to promote smoking cessation are often less effective, sometimes equally effective, and rarely more effective among disadvantaged populations relative to more advantaged populations. Disparities in the effectiveness of media interventions between SES groups may occur at any of three stages: differences in meaningful exposure, differences in motivational response, or differences in opportunity to sustain long-term cessation. I conclude with thoughts on how communication theory could be used to reduce health disparities through policy changes that address social and structural determinants of health.
10/15/2007 Picture from A Global Veterinary Perspective on the Concept of One Health video
D. Sherman
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Livestock continue to play a major role in human society, representing food and economic security for tens of millions of people around the world. Using animal agriculture as the basis for discussion, Dr. Sherman will explore the relationship of animal, human and environmental health and the value of a one-health approach to global well being, viewed from the veterinary perspective.
10/11/2007 Picture from Methyl Mercury Exposure - Public Health Impact video
H. Anderson
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The objectives of this presentation are: 1) Understand mercury toxicity and the scientific basis for WI fish consumption advisories 2) Identify characteristics of fish that indicate likelihood of contamination 3) Know the prevalence of biomarkers of methyl-mercury exposure in WI 4) Interpret serum and hair biomonitoring results for methyl-mercury 5) Understand the difference between mercury and PCB
09/24/2007 Picture from Environmental Exposure Profiles: Generating Hypotheses for Childhood Cancers video
M. Bekkedal
09/17/2007 Picture from The Global AIDS Epidemic: Where Epidemiology Meets Biology and Public Health video
M. Cohen
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Myron S. Cohen, MD, will cover the following issues in this presentation: 1. Epidemiology and biology of HIV transmission 2. Factors that enhance transmission (an African crisis) 3. HIV prevention strategies
09/10/2007 Coming
L. Aday
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This presentation introduces a framework for identifying, arraying, and evaluating the evidence regarding the fundamental social, economic, and ecological determinants of population health and health disparities; explores the role of related development policies in influencing these fundamental determinants; and suggests alternative models of more health-centered policy and program design incorporating a consideration of the fundamental determinants of health. The vision for reinventing public health is grounded in the concept of a “healthy republic” – in which public decision making takes into account the impacts of policies related to fundamental determinants on the health of the populations targeted by these policies. The central thesis underlying the presentation is that to effectively improve population health and reduce health disparities, policymaking in a variety of domains must take into account policies that address the fundamental social, economic, and ecological determinants of health.
08/08/2007 Picture from WARM's Role in the Transformation of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health video
R. Golden
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Robert Golden, MD, speaks on "WARM's Role in the Transformation of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health" at the WARM Symposium on August 8, 2007. WARM is a new program within the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program, that is dedicated to improving the supply of physicians in rural Wisconsin and improving the health of rural Wisconsin communities.
05/09/2007 Picture from Health and Wellness Among Latino/Hispanic Populations in the United States video
L. Morales
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Leo Morales, MD, PhD speaks on the topic of health status of Latino populations, and disparities in health and health outcomes in particular. Dr. Morales talks about his experiences as a researcher at UCLA and with the RAND Corporation, and will touch on study findings related to access to medical care and eye care among Latinos.
05/07/2007 Picture from An Introduction to Social Marketing: Considering its Philosophy and Process as Input to Public Health Practice video
M. Rothschild
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Michael Rothschild, PhD, an emeritus professor for the School of Business at the University of Wisconsin, speaks on "Social Marketing" at the Health Sciences Learning Center on May 7, 2007.
04/17/2007 Picture from Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching video
M. Greger
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Michael Greger, MD, Director of Public Health and Agriculture for the Humane Society of the US, speaks at the Health Sciences Learning Center on his national tour to discuss the theory that modern agricultural practices have played an influential role in the evolution of the H5N1 influenza strain. His theories are controversial because of his outspoken bias against industrialized agriculture and his employment by the nation's largest animal welfare agency; at the same time they are intriguing and well presented in his book on the topic. In addition he has been praised as an excellent and entertaining speaker.
04/16/2007 Picture from Population Health and Health Care Perspectives video
M. Coleman, F. Ahmed
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Michel Coleman, MD, speaks on "Differences in Survival between Rich and Poor: Can the 'War on Cancer' be Won?" and Faruque Ahmed, MD, speaks on "National Cancer Statistics in the United States" as part of the EUCE War on Cancer Workshop held at the Health Sciences Learning Center on April 16, 2007.
03/26/2007 Picture from Population Medicine: Bringing Public Health Perspectives to Medical Care video
P. Lantz
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Dr. Paula Lantz, professor and chair of the department of health management and policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health spoke on Population Medicine at the Health Sciences Learning Center on March 26, 2007.
03/12/2007 Picture from The Public Health Effects of Industrialized Agriculture video
R. Lawrence
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Dr. Lawrence a professor of Environmental Health Sciences and of Health Policy and Management from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health spoke on “The Public Health Effects of Industrialized Agriculture” at the Health Sciences Learning Center on March 12, 2007.
03/08/2007 Picture from Health, Science and the Precautionary Principle video
B. Barrett
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A 1998 Wingspread conference on the Precautionary Principle concluded that: "When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause-and-effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." "Threats of harm to human health" from lead in paint and gasoline were recognized as sufficient for strict regulation by many countries for about 50 years before the U.S. banned lead in paint and gasoline in the 1970s. In the interim, more than 10 million American children were exposed to hazardous lead levels now known to cause harm. We are currently in similar positions with mercury, dioxin, and other toxins, and by analogy, may be in a similar position in regards to global warming. Scientific certainty regarding causal pathways should not be required before protective measures can be put in place. Instead, known poisons should be recognized as threats, and appropriate protections should be mandated, as soon as reasonable likelihood of substantial harm is agreed upon by public health authorities.
03/05/2007 Picture from What to Eat: Personal or Social Responsibility? video
M. Nestle
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Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH a professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University spoke about the personal and social responsibilities surrounding what we eat. Marion’s research focuses on the politics of food with an emphasis on the role of food marketing as a determinant of dietary choice.
02/19/2007 Picture from The Role of Informatics in Transforming Public Health: Wisconsin’s Public Health Information Network video
L. Hanrahan
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Lawrence P. Hanrahan, PhD, an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health speaks on, "The Role of Informatics in Transforming Public Health" on February 19, 2007.
02/07/2007 Picture from New Paradigms in Public Health and Human Rights:  2007 Global Health Symposium video
J. Mukherjee
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The third annual Global Health Symposium was held at the University of Wisconsin Madison Health Sciences Learning Center on Wednesday, February 7th, 2007. The focus of this year's event was Interdisciplinary Approaches to Improving Global Health with a Keynote presentation titled, "New Paradigms in Public Health and Human Rights" given by Joia Mukherjee, MD, MPH an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

Picture from Global Health at the University of Wisconsin Madison:  2007 Global Health Symposium video
R. Golden, D. Buss, G. Bousquet, C. Kraus, L. Baumann, C. Haq
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Dean Robert Golden, Dean Daryl Buss, Dean Gilles Bousquet, Professor Connie Kraus and Professor Linda Baumann shared what Global Health means to each of their schools at the 3rd annual Global Health Symposium held at the Health Sciences Learning Center on February 7th, 2007. Cynthia Haq, MD the director of the Center for Global Health which sponsored this symposium that focused on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Improving Global Health.

Picture from Global Health Partnerships:  2007 Global Health Symposium video
J. Kenny, W. Shapiro, A. Kendziorski, L. DiPrete Brown, J. Hartman, J. Doyle
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This video contains the following presentations related to Global Health Partnerships from the 2007 Global Health Symposium: PrimeKare Kazakhstan Given by: John Doyle, DDS "Can I Really Take This Spectrophotometer as Carry On?" Health Care in Cuba and the Wisconsin Medical Project's Work Updating Laboratory Services at the Eduardo Agarmonte Childrens Hospital Given by: Jack Kenny, MD and William Shapiro, MD Lifeskills Education and Playing a Supporting Role in a South African Orphan Project Given by: Alexander Kendxiorski, MD A University Partnership for Community-based Research and Action: Mexico Given by: Lori DiPrete Brown, MPH Opportunities for Study, Research, and Service for Students and Health Professionals in Belize Given by: Jeff Hartman, MPT, MPH

Picture from Women's Health and Empowerment:  2007 Global Health Symposium video
C. Herrick, S. Gross, A. Mathieu, J. Baumgartner, B. Robinson, M. Courey
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This video contains the following presentations related to Women's Health and Empowerment from the 2007 Global Health Symposium: Obstetric Fistula in Tanzania: Reproductive Health is Social Justice Given by: Claire Herrick Maternal Health Care Utilization in Indonesia: Prior Trends, Recent Development Given by: Samuel Gross, MA El Proyecto Mural: Health and Reproductive Rights Among the Indigenous Women of Oaxaca, Mexico Given by: Alexandra Mathieu Exploring Ecological Sanitation as a Step Toward the Elimination of Manual Scavenging and Improved Health in Rural India Given by: Jill Baumgartner and Brian Robinson More than Money: A Comparative Analysis of Nurse Migration from Kenya and Uganda to the United Kingdom Given by: Marissa Courey, MSc

Picture from Infectious Diseases: 2007 Global Health Symposium video
M. Kron, Y. Semeniuk, C. Thomas, R. Cramer, J. Klink
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This video contains the following presentations related to Infectious Diseases from the 2007 Global Health Symposium: Multifunctional Aminoacyl-tRNA Synthetases in Human Parasitic Filarial: Insight into new Drug Discovery and Host-Parasite Interactions Given by: Michael A. Kron, MS, MD WHO Internship Summer 2006: Demographic Data on Youth Ages 10-24 in Kiev, Ukraine Given by: Yulia Semeniuk, MS, RN PolioPlus: The Eradication Effort and the Future Given by: Chester B. Thomas, DVM, MPVM, PhD Factors Impacting Patient Adherence to Complex Tuberculosis Treatment Regimes in Lusaka, Zambia Given by: Rebecca Cramer, MPH Home-Based Water Purification in Uganda Given by: Jenna Klink

Picture from Chronic Illness - Prevention & Intervention:  2007 Global Health Symposium video
L. Bautista, X. Kuang, S. Ellison, L. Olson, L. Baumann, A. Adams, C. Veldhorst
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This video contains the following presentations related to Chronic Illness: Prevention & Intervention from the 2007 Global Health Symposium: Prevalence of Obesity in Latin America: Results from the Consortium of Latin American Studies in Obesity (LASO) Given by: Leonelo E. Bautista, MD, DrPH Turning the Tide on Tobacco Use in China: Starting with Health Professionals Given by: Xiaodong Kuang, MA Management of Diabetes in Uganda Given by: Linda Baumann, PhD, RN, Shanee Ellison, and Lindsay Olson Overcoming Obstacles: Using Evidence to Engage American Indian Communities in Childhood Obesity Prevention Given by: Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD
02/06/2007 Picture from Exploring Health and Place from a Designing and Planning Perspective video
S. Dennis
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Samuel Dennis, Jr., PhD, RLA, ASLA is both a geographer and a licensed landscape architect whose research and practice focuses on the relationship between the built environment and quality of life. In this presentation he will discuss recent interdisciplinary research focused on health and place at the neighborhood scale.
12/13/2006 Picture from Vaccine Safety & the Anti-Immunization Movement: Facts & Myths video
J. Conway
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Dr. James Conway speaks on, "Vaccine Safety & the Anti-Immunization Movement: Facts & Myths" at the Health Sciences Learning Center on December 13, 2006.

Picture from How to Incorporate a Prevention and Population Health Focus into the Education of Medical Students video
L. Novick
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Dr Novick's talk addresses:

1) A framework for population health teaching

2) integration of prevention throughout the curriculum

3) employment of a teaching health department

4) use of population health cases.

12/06/2006 Picture from Public Health Aspects of Disaster Management video
R. Brooks
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The Global Health Seminar Series on Wednesday, December 6, featured "The Public Health Response to Natural and Human Disasters: What We Can Learn from Sri Lanka," by Richard Brooks, outreach program manager and director of the Health Promotion Project.

Picture from South Madison:  A Community Assessment video
P. McGranahan
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Pam McGranahan will talk about the recent health needs assesment that was finished for South Madison.
12/04/2006 Picture from Race, Racism and Health video
D. Williams
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The Population Health Sciences Speaker Series on Monday, December 4, featured "Race, Racism and Health" by Dr. David Williams. Dr. Williams is the Norman Professor of Public Health in the Department of Society, Human Development, and Health at the Harvard School of Public Health.
10/30/2006 Picture from Public Health and the Law: from Malaria to Mens Rea video
R. Goodman
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Richard A. Goodman, MD, JD, MPH, Co-Director, CDC Public Health Law Program speaks on, “Public Health and the Law: from Malaria to Mens Rea” – co-sponsored by the UW Population Health Institute.
09/25/2006 Picture from Cohorts Studies in HIV/AIDS: From Etiology to Public Health video
A. Munoz
06/13/2006 Picture from Community Approach to Health Improvements video
J. McKnight
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For more information on John McKnight, visit http://www.northwestern.edu/ipr/abcd.html
03/02/2006 Picture from Tobacco Control video
C. Husten
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The UW School of Medicine and Public Health's Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention sponsored a Tobacco Control Research Seminar on March 2, 2006, by Corinne G. Husten, MD, MPH, acting director, Office on Smoking and Health, Centers for Disease Control.
02/06/2006 Picture from Commercial Calories:  Food Marketing to Children video
S. Linn
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Susan Linn speaks on "Commercial Calories: Food Marketing to Children". This event is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Department of Population Health Sciences.
01/13/2006 Picture from Hmong Healthcare video
M. Thao
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Melee Thao gave a presentation titled "Hmong Healthcare" on 1/13/06 at the UW Health Sciences Learning Center. This presentation was part of the Physician Assistant student's End of Rotation (EOR) activities.
12/07/2005 Picture from Community-based Participatory Research:  Engaging Communities to Eliminate Health Disparities video
J. West
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The Center for the Study of Cultural Diversity in Healthcare (CDH) at the UW Medical School has launched a brownbag speaker series focused on cultural competence in healthcare and human services, minority health and health disparities.
11/29/2005 Picture from Hurricane Katrina Relief video
M. McKinnon
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