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1 A Prepared Florida: What Does It Mean For Public Health? 2015 FPHA Annual Educational Conference August 18-21, 2015 The Florida Hotel & Conference Center 1500 Sand Lake Road Orlando, FL 32809

2 From the FPHA President Welcome to the 2015 FPHA Annual Education Conference. Following a year when there have been new concerns about emerging diseases such as Ebola and MERS, as well as perennial concerns about other natural disasters such as hurricanes, this year s theme is A Prepared Florida: What Does It Mean For Public Health?. Preparedness issues aren t the only topics being discussed however, and I invite you to take advantage of the broad variety of other subjects that will be covered during the conference. In addition to the oral presentations, we are continuing our tradition of holding poster sessions; please be sure to visit with the authors and discuss their latest research with them during the networking breaks. Also be sure to visit our exhibitors. We are delighted that they re taking the time to join us, and to help host the conference. Finally, as always, we re holding a Silent Auction in support of student scholarships. Check out the items, remember back to your own student days, and place your bids in support of the next generation of Public Health Leaders. Thank you for attending, and welcome to Orlando! Gregory Danyluk, PhD, MPH, MS 1

3 Florida Public Health Association Board of Directors President Gregory Danyluk, PhD, MPH, MS President-Elect Shannon Hughes, ASQ-CQIA, C.P.M 1 st Vice President Richard M. France, PhD, MPH, MT(AAB) 2 nd Vice President Jennifer Waskovich, MS, RD/LD Secretary Sandon S. Speedling, MHS, CPM Treasurer Sherry Duncan, BSAc Members at Large Berry Bennett, MPH (2015) Ethel Edwards, MPH (2016) Atalie Ashely-West, Ba, MPH (2017) Immediate Past President Lesli Ahonkhai, MA Website Editor Yvonne Salfinger, MS Newsletter Editor Rebecca Thomas, BA SHA Representative Warren McDougle, Jr., MPH APHA Representative Lori Jordahl, MBA, HA Executive Director Sandra F. Magyar, MEd Public Health Interest Groups Community Health Chronic & Communicable Disease Prevention Environmental Health & Protection Health Informatics & Information Technology Oral Health Public Health Leadership Public Health Nursing Students (full time) Jennifer Waskovich, MS, RD/LD Latrasha Freeney Sarah Matthews David Overfield, BS; Co-Chair, Robert Maglievaz Chris Collinge, Karen Hodge, MHSc, RDH Aaron Kissler Linda LaComb-Williams, BSN, MPH Bobbie Thackeray, BSN, Vice Chair Faculty Coordinator: Judy Perkin, DrPH, RD, CHES Standing Committees: Awards & Scholarships Educational Conference Planning Exhibits Poster Session Silent Auction Finance Legislative Membership Belinda Johnson-Cornett, MS, RN-BC, MBA Shannon Hughes, ASQ-CQIA, C.P.M Berry Bennett, MPH & Marsha Zupan Mary P. Martinasek PhD, CPH, CHES, AE-C Patrice Boon, RN Sherry Duncan, BSAc Richard M. France, PhD, MPH, MT(AAB), Co-Chair,Jeffrey Keiser, BBA, BHS, Chris Nuland, JD Marshal Cone, MPH 2

4 Nominating Social Media Ethel Edwards, MPH Lesli Ahonkhai, MA Maria Ishida, PhD Vice Chair: Atalie Ashley-West, BA, MPH Appointed Committees: Parliamentarian Policy & White Papers Public Health Academics Strategic Planning Journal Editor Historian Tracie Dickerson, JD, BS, MPH Judy Perkin, DrPH, RD, CHES Judy Perkin, DrPH, RD, CHES Lynne Drawdy, Master Examiner Robert J. McDermott, PhD Mary P. Martinasek, PhD, CPH, CHES E. Russell Jackson, MPH, MA Organizations/Liaisons: University of South Florida University of North Florida Florida A&M University Florida International University Florida State University NOVA Southeastern University Rollins College University of Florida University of Central Florida University of Tampa University of West Florida Barry University FACHO Florida Nurses Association Florida Environmental Health Association Florida Dietetic Association Florida AHEC Network Florida Public Health Institute Florida County Health Department Business Managers Association Legal/Legislative Consultant Adewale Troutman, MD, MPH, MA Judy Perkin, DrPH, RD, CHES Julie Merten, PhD, MCHES Student Rep: Amanda Jeter Cynthia Harris, PhD, DABT Michele Ciccazzo, PhD, RD Leslie M. Beitsch, MD, JD Alan Rowan, MPA, DrPH Cyril Blavo, DO, MOH, TM, FACOP Angela Garcia, PharmD, MPH, CPh Chet Evans, MS, DPM Elizabeth (Liz) Wood, MPH Thomas T. H. Wan, PhD, MHS Mary P. Martinasek, PhD, CPH, CHES George Stewart, PhD Justice Mbizo, DrPH Rashida Biggs, DHSc, MPH Paula Thaqi, MD Debbie Hogan, RN, MPH Robert Maglievaz, MSPH Barbara Richardson, PhD, RN Roderick King, MD William Mallett, MBA Christopher L. Nuland, JD 3

5 FPHA Past Presidents Henry Hanson, MD Eldert C. Hartwig. Jr., ScD, MPH 1977 Horatio Newton Parker, PhD 1932 John F. McGarry, MD, MPH 1978 Mark F. Boyd, MD 1933 C. Billy Ward, DDS 1979 J.R. McEachern, MD 1934 J.M. Atkinson, MD, FACOG 1980 George N. MacDonell 1935 Samuel D. Rowley, MD 1981 T.H.D. Griffitts, MD 1936 Robert L. VanSteenburg, MA, RR 1982 W.A. M. McPhaul, MD 1937 John H. Stephens, RS 1983 N.A. Upchurch, MD 1938 Sandra Magyar, MEd 1984 S.D. McCready, MD 1939 Peter D. Clarke, MS 1985 A.B. McCready, MD 1940 Barbara McCullough, MS 1986 J.L Graves, MD 1941 Robert K. Wilson, MD 1987 W. H. Pickett MD 1942 Donald S. Kwalick, MD 1988 Leland H. Dame, MD 1943 Charlotte A. Boorde, RN, MPH 1989 A.P. Black, MD 1944 Richard K. Ames, DDS 1990 W.W. Rogers, MD 1945 Donna M. Barber, MPH 1991 George A. Dame, MD 1946 Arthur Cooper, MPH 1992 Frank V. Chapell, MD 1947 Kevin Sherin, MD, MPH 1993 Wilson Y. Sowder, MD 1948 Bonnie McDougle, MPH 1994 T.E. Cato, MD 1949 Sandra Kuhn 1995 Ruth E. Mettinger, RN 1950 Marc Yacht, MD 1996 David B. Lee, MS, Eng Warren McDougle, Jr., MPH 1997 May Pynchon 1952 David Galvin 1998 Angus Laird 1953 Delores Unsicker, RN, MEd, CHES 1999 Frank M. Hall, MD 1954 Kenneth Swann, MPH 2000 John A. Mulrennan, ScD 1955 Michael Reid, PhD, MBA 2001 L.L. Parks, MD 1956 Bonnie Sorensen, MD, MBA 2002 Bertha C. King, RN 1957 Gregory Richmond 2003 Fred B. Ragland 1958 Barbara Richardson, PhD, RN 2004 A.Y. Covengton, MD 1959 Judy Perkin, DrPH, RD, CHES 2005 Nathan J. Schneider, PhD 1960 Linda Keen, RN, MS, JD 2006 H. Duke Peters 1961 Nick Chapman, HCA 2007 Albert V. Hardy, MD, MPH 1962 Michael Napier, MS 2008 Carolyn Roth, MPH 1963 Frank Meyers 2009 Harvey M. Burnett 1964 Doug Holt, MD, FACP 2010 C.L. Brumback, MD 1965 Robin Wright, MS 2011 Elizabeth Reed, RN 1966 Jeffrey Keiser, BBA, BHS 2012 William R. Singer, MD 1967 Lori Jordahl, MBA, HA 2013 Jerome N. Conger, MPH 1968 Lesli Ahonkai, MA 2014 Mabel S. Johansson, RN 1969 Gregory Danylunk, PhD, MPH, MS 2015 Miles T. Dean 1970 B.G. Tennant, RN 1971 Wlliam F. Hill, Jr., MD, MPH 1972 Embree A. Walker, MPH 1973 D.G. Newsome 1974 Anthony J. Lefevre 1975 Harriett B. Brooks, RN

6 Exhibitors Abbott Laboratories Buckeye International, Inc. Calibrate, Inc. Clear Health Alliance Columbia Southern University Environmental Public Health Tracking Program, FDOH First Florida Credit Union Florida Beverage Association Florida Nurses Association Florida PDMP Foundation, Inc. QIAGEN, Inc. Quest Diagnostics Rollins College Center for Health Innovation Sanofi Pasteur School Health Corporation Tobacco Free Florida I Quit With AHEC University of South Florida, College of Public Health Sponsors Clear Health Alliance Tobacco Free Florida I Quit With AHEC University of South Florida, College of Public Health 5

7 Poster Presentations Chighaf Bakour Nathanel Stanley Michelle Dahnke Tamar Klaiman Association Between Sleep Duration and Asthma in Florida Youth The Medicinal Garden: A Method of Achieving Social, Environmental, and Economic Sustainability through Community-Based Ecotourism A Closer Look at the Co-Occurrence of Major Depression and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors Lessons Learned from Exceptional Florida Local Health Departments in Maternal and Child Health Malinee Neelamegam Sleep Quality and Cognitive Function Kate LeGrand Heather Loran Wei Wei He Alyssa Fedgo Lori Jordahl Karlyne Emile Alyssa Moffitt Jamie Morano Adam Slotnick Nancy Lashway Montray Smith Donna Rauschuber Jessica Weissman Health Workers Perspective: Tuberculosis and it s Covariates in Hillsborough County Sexual Health Services in Schools: A Successful Community Collaborative Influence of Passive Smoking on Perinatal Depressive Symptoms Social and Biological Dynamics of Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology: An Exploratory Study Healthy Teen Expo Effectiveness of Tailored Health Promotion Programs in Individuals with IDD Measles and Influenza Testing Vaccines go Electric Crime is a Public Health Problem: 2010 Florida County Level Predictors Nutritional Adequacy of Home Food Inventories of Seniors BSN Students Participation in a Hospital Based Decontamination Exercise Assessment of College Students Risk Level, Behaviors, Knowledge and Attitude of Diabetes Significant Associations Between Health and Academic Success in College Students: An Exploratory Cross-Sectional Study 6

8 Download Yapp to your Smart Phone and Follow the Conference Activities A new way to keep up with the program and activities is available using your smart phone. You can also share pictures and news about the sessions. It is a great way to see what is happening. Yapp is ready to download. To download: go to your app store on your smart phone and search yapp (it will be the first option to show up). Once you have downloaded, click the + in the upper right hand corner and select I have been invited to a yapp. It will then prompt you to enter your unique access code, which is: HQQ6B4. Once there, you will find the conference schedule, maps and more. Be sure to let us know how you like using this new option. Continuing Education Statement Suwannee River Area Health Education Center, Inc. is a Florida Board of Nursing, Respiratory Care, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling and the Florida Council of Dietetics and Nutrition approved provider of continuing education. CE Broker Provider ID # This program meets the requirements for up to 8.0 contact hours. West Florida AHEC is a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CEHC) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc., MEP#2251. This training has been approved for up to 8.0 hours. 7

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10 2015 FPHA Annual Educational Conference A Prepared Florida: What Does It Mean For Public Health? Pre-conference meetings & activities TUESDAY August 18 10:00 AM 12:00 PM FPHA Committee Meetings Legacy South 2 9:30 AM 11:00 AM Registration Opens Mezzanine East Annual Educational Conference Committee (10 AM 11:00 AM) Membership Committee (11 12AM) 10:00 AM 5:00 PM Business Managers Professional Development Workshop Salon 3 12:00 PM 4:00 PM FPHA Board of Directors Meeting Legacy South 2 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Registration Re-Opens 2:00 PM 5:00 PM Exhibitor Set-Up and Silent Auction Set-Up Mezzanine 9

11 WEDNESDAY August 19 7:30 AM 3:30 PM Registration Mezzanine East Silent Auction Begins 7:30 AM Poster Set-Up Mezzanine 7:30 AM 8:15 AM Coffee with the Exhibitors Mezzanine GENERAL SESSION - Preparedness Salon 2 8:15 AM 8:30 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks Gregory Danyluk, PhD, MPH, MS FPHA President Kevin Sherin, MD, MPH, Director, FDOH in Orange County Swannie Jett, DrPH, Msc, Director, FDOH in Seminole County Aaron Kissler, MPH, Administrator, FDOH in Lake County 8:30 AM 8:45 AM Message from Southern Health Association Mark Hensley, BS, President 8:45 AM - 9:15 AM Message from American Public Health Association Shiriki Kumanyika, PhD, MPH, President 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM When Blue Skies Turn Gray: The Importance of Public Health Preparedness Cindy Dick, MBA, CPM, EFO, Division Director Division of Emergency Management, Preparedness and Community Support Florida Department of Health This keynote address will focus on the future of public health preparedness efforts. Specific focus will be on lessons learned during the EVD readiness phase of 2014, and the emerging threats and critical considerations for incident commanders and care providers. 10:15 AM 11:00 AM Networking Break visit Exhibits, Posters, Silent Auction 10

12 11:00 AM 12:00 PM Morning Educational Sessions Attend one of your choice Track One: Salon 3 Public Health Implications of Feral Cat Colonies: What Numbers are Acceptable? Judith Milcarsky, DVM/Veterinarian House-Call Vet The speaker will discuss five zoonotic pathogens associated with feral cat colonies Rabies, Ancylostoma, Toxocara, Baylisascaris, and Toxoplasma. Rabies is the only one that is Reportable. The audience will be polled for their input as to the number of cases society should accept in exchange for feral cat activism. Track Two: Salon 2 Preparedness - After the Event (Sponsored by the FPHA Public Health Leadership Interest Group and the Business Managers) Daniel T. Simpson, FPEM Emergency Coordinating Officer, Florida Department of Health The speaker will focus on the recovery expectations following a catastrophic event. We've traditionally focused drills and exercises on the preparation and response phases of emergent events. Yet, recovery priorities can be just as important and have long lasting impacts. Rapid health & medical system recovery is vital to community-wide recovery and financial sustainability. Track Three: Legacy North 2 ESF8 Disaster Recovery Efforts for a Healthier Community Samantha Cooksey Strickland, Planning Manager LCDR Aaron Otis, Community Preparedness Coordinator, Bureau of Preparedness and Response Track Four: Legacy North 1 Panel: Fusion Centers and Public Health Roles and Responsibilities of the Public Health Intelligence Liaison Officer David Crowe, Regional Emergency Response Advisor, CFIX ILO-PH Coordinator, Public Health Intelligence Liaison Officer (ILO) Coordination Human Trafficking Investigations and Public Health Collaboration Special Agent Jose Ramirez, Florida Department of Law Enforcement 11

13 12:00 PM 1:30 PM USF College of Public Health Luncheon Legends 1 Business Skills for the Public Health Workforce: Innovating Delivery and Adoption Julie Kornfeld, PhD, MPH, Assistant Dean for Public Health, Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine 1:45 PM 2:45 PM Afternoon Educational Sessions Attend one of your choice Track One: Salon 3 Track Two: Salon 2 Pedestrian Initiative - Best Foot Forward Amanda Day, Executive Director of Bike Walk Central Florida Future of Public Health - Foundational Capabilities and Linking Social Equity and Social Determinants of Health (Sponsored by the FPHA Public Health Leadership Interest Group and the Business Managers) Swannie Jett, DrPH, MSc Director, Florida Department of Health in Seminole President, NACCHO Foundational capabilities will be the core of what is essential at every local health department. Funding will be the basis to ensure public health core services are properly maintained. Come and learn more about future expectations. Track Three: Legacy North 2 GIS: DOH Capacity Now and in the Future Joseph B. North, FDOH GIS Manager Prasad Chittaluru, PhD, Principal and CEO of EPIC Engineering & Consulting Group, LLC The speakers will give a general introduction to GIS and Health applications; provide a description of current GIS infrastructure (license manager, servers, data); Describe current services; the Future of the GIS industry; and GIS at the department a future roadmap. Track Four: Legacy North 1 The Way Forward: Reducing Health Disparities Vanessa Crowther, MPH Health Analyst, Office of Minority Health Florida Department of Health Mike Mason, BS Director, Office of Minority Health Florida Department of Health 12

14 Health disparities persist in many communities in Florida. To affect change in public health, multi-pronged initiatives are necessary. Community based participatory approaches in public health interventions give opportunity and voice to the marginalized; and endeavor to impact the social and cultural norms to improve health outcomes. Under the Closing the Gap initiative, the Office of Minority Health has funded interventions which operate under the framework of the social ecological model addressing the social determinants of health and to create health for communities in Florida. 2:45 PM 3:30 PM Networking Break Visit Exhibits and Silent Auction General Session Salon 2 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Trends in Communicable Diseases: What s Happening Now? Dr. Anna Likos, MD, MPH. Director Division of Disease Control, Florida Department of Health Dr. Likos will identify recent and likely future Infectious Disease threats to Floridians and provide information as to actions taken by the Florida Department of Health to mitigate these threats. Interest Group Meetings 4:30 PM 5:00 PM TBD Thursday, August 20 8:00 AM 3:00 PM Registration Mezzanine East 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Silent Auction Mezzanine East 7:30 AM 9:00 AM Exhibits open Coffee Mezzanine General Session - Accreditation/QI Salon 2 8:15 AM 9:00 AM FPHA Business Meeting 13

15 9:00 AM -9:15 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks Richard France, PhD, MPH, MT(AAB), FPHA 1 st Vice President 9:15 AM- 10:15 AM Utilizing Evidence Based Business Principles to Sell Public Health: How to Impact Patient Outcomes by Working with Our Partners John Riggs, DBA, Assistant Professor Marketing Nova Southeastern University The implementation of effective public health initiatives often includes bringing together appropriate therapeutic interventions with personal preventative measures. However, beyond the understanding of human biology and the countless environmental and social views that impact patient outcomes, we must begin to recognize and address the importance of influencing patients and our partners to see the value of public health. This session will review the intelligent use of evidence-based business principles to sell public health, and provide empirically-tested business strategies to support the promotion of health. 10:15 AM 11:00 AM Networking Break Visit Exhibits & Silent Auction 11:00 AM 12:00 PM Morning Educational Sessions Attend one of your choice Track One: Salon 3 Introduction to Process Management Todd Brushwood, MDiv, BA, CSSBB Quality Control Administrator Florida Department of Health in Hillsborough County Whether you are working in business, manufacturing, or healthcare the first step in ensuring quality and achieving excellence is good process management. In this presentation participants will learn some of the key components of basic process management through discussion, examples and hands on activities. At the end of this session each learner will be familiar enough with these concepts to: identify key service delivery and support processes in the work setting, understand four kinds of indicators that can be used to monitor and manage these processes, and recognize various process improvement strategies/methodologies available to improve results. Track Two: Salon 2 Valuable Vaccines Debbie Hogan, RN, MPH Ms. Hogan will discuss the importance of vaccines, as well as methods of identification, and provide current updates. She will also talk about how to deal with vaccine hesitancy among some parents. Track Three: Legacy South 2 Diabesity: How One Community is Collaborating to Stem the Tide of the Epidemic Jo Colville, BSN, MA, CDE, LNC CDE Nurse Consultant/Program Coordinator Diabetes Services Program, Florida Department of Health in Bay County 14

16 Julie A. D. Tindall, RN, MSN Human Services Program Director, Florida Department of Health in Bay County Douglas M. Kent, MPH Administrator, Florida Department of Health in Bay County In 2012, the Bay County Community Health Task Force conducted a comprehensive community needs assessment which resulted in the very first Bay County Community Health Improvement Plan. Diverse sectors of the community including representatives from education, government, health care, business, not-for-profit agencies and citizens came together to identify three priorty health issues to address. Of those three priority health issues, two were Diabetes and Obesity; closely related health conditions for which the improvement interventions were very similar and sometimes referred to as one condition, Diabesity. Diabetes accounts for one out of every 10 dollars spent on health care in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 of every 3 U.S. adults has prediabetes. In Bay County, FL this translates to approximately 59,000 people. The Diabesity Action Team s Diabetes Prevention and Education Initiative will be discussed during this session. Key components of program development and sustainability will also be discussed. Primary partners in the Diabesity Action Team included representatives from the Florida Department of Health-Bay County, Gulf Coast State College and Bay Medical Center-Sacred Heart Health System. Track Four: Legacy South 1 How Quality improvement Helps Food Borne Investigation: a FDACS and DOH Prospective Patricia Hanson, Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Division Food Safety, Bureau of Food Laboratories Dean Bodager, RS,DAAS, MPA, Florida Department of Health, Food & Waterborne Disease Program The Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence (CoE) in Florida is working closely with local health departments to provide knowledge, assistance and training on investigations of food borne illness outbreaks. A Florida Department of Health representative will share their experience of working with the CoE and their review of CIFOR guidelines tool kit, specifically highlighting areas they identified through the selfassessment where they could improve. A Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services representative will discuss the importance of laboratory accreditation and how it enhances food borne outbreak investigations. Come away knowing how the CoEs and Accredited Laboratories serve as a resource for public health professionals at state, local and regional levels. 12:00 PM 1:30 PM FPHA/SHA Awards Luncheon Legends 1 15

17 1:45 PM 2:45 PM Afternoon Educational Sessions Attend one of your choice Track One: Salon 3 Rapid Process Improvement Tools Shelley Yaun, BS Practical Quality Services, Inc. During this session you will learn about the benefits of RPI as an employee driven process improvement method designed to utilize employee expertise to quickly reduce or eliminate inefficiencies; the techniques adapted from Lean Enterprise concepts in standardized methodical process designed to empower from-line workers to improve their own business processes; and encourage organizational transformation through influencing people to change their behaviors or opinions. Track Two: Salon 2 Hookah and Vaping: Will Curiosity Kill the Cat? Mary P. Martinasek PhD, CPH, CHES, AE-C Public Health Program Department of Health Sciences and Human Performance College of Natural and Health Sciences University of Tampa Both waterpipe tobacco and electronic cigarettes are increasing in prevalence among youth and young adults in Florida. These methods of smoking/vaping are viewed by users as being less harmful than traditional smoking. This presentation will provide you with an understanding of how these devices work, prevalence data, health effects and social-behavioral aspects of each type of smoking/vaping as provided in the literature. Track Three: Legacy North 1 Public Health Advocacy How to Advocate for Public Health Swannie Jett, DrPH, MSc Director, Florida Department of Health in Seminole President, NACCHO Christopher L. Nuland, JD Nuland Law Firm FPHA General Counsel & Lobbyist The speakers will share how best to advocate for public health with Community, Local & State Officials and other Organizations in order to help them better understand needed programs and funding. Track Four: Salon 1 Celebrating 70 Years of Water Fluoridation and Implementation of New National Water Fluoridation Recommendations (Sponsored by Florida Public Health Association Oral Health Interest Group and Oral Health Florida) Johnny Johnson, Jr., DMD, MS, Pediatric Dentist, Dr. Johnny Johnson & Associates, Palm Harbor, Florida 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of water fluoridation in the U.S. This has been a remarkable public health achievement that has markedly improved the oral 16

18 health of the U.S. population. This session will review progress and accomplishments over the past 70 years. The development and release of the HHS recommendation for Fluoride Concentration in Drinking Water for Prevention of Dental Caries will be reviewed in context of the current state and federal environment. The challenges and opportunities for maintaining and expanding water fluoridation in the future will be presented. 2:45 PM 3:30 PM Networking Break Visit the Exhibits and Posters 3:30 PM Posters and Exhibits are dismantled and removed General Session Salon 2 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Obesity : Disparities, Social, Behavioral Determinants and Prevention Strategies Saleh M.M. Rahman, MD, PhD, MPH Professor of Public Health, Director, Community Outreach & Preventive Services, P20 Center of Excellence for Cancer Research, Training and Community Service, Clinical Research Professor, Florida A & M Univerity, FSU College of Medicine Oral Health Special Breakout Sponsored by Florida Public Health Association Oral Health Interest Group and Oral Health Florida Salon 1 3:30 PM 4:45 PM Evidence-Based Strategies for Improving Older Adult Oral Health Moderators: Nolan Allen, DDS Bob Macdonald; Co-Chairs OHF Senior Action Team Speakers: Andie Kyros, RDH, MPH, Program Coordinator Wisdom Tooth Project, Oral Health America Luis Garagis, DDS, Dental Director, PreMED Dental Case Management/Mid America Professional Group, PC Jennifer Wahby, MPH Candidate, Senior Health Services Analyst, University of Florida College of Dentistry/Public Health Dental Program, FDOH The percentage of the U.S. population that are older adults (people aged 65 years or older) is expanding as people live longer and members of the baby-boom generation born reach age 65. The need for dental services among older adults is increasing even more rapidly due to their retaining more of their natural dentition. Access to oral health services has not kept pace with the demand for services. Policy makers demand evidence-based programs and strategies to maximize investment and reach as many older adults as possible. This seminar will highlight the MMA expanded 17

19 benefits for adult dental services in Florida. Two programs will highlight their efforts: Oral Health America s Wisdom Tooth Project and another program serving older adults in Florida. FL DOH will provide an overview of the upcoming Older Adult Oral Health Surveillance Project. 5:00 PM 5:30 PM Silver Diamine Fluoride for Caries Control Speaker: Jaana Gold, DDS, PhD, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, University of Florida College of Dentistry, Department of Community Dentistry and Behavioral Science This seminar will present science and practice of using Silver Diamine Fluoride for the control of caries. Scientific evidence, clinical recommendations, contra-indications and off-label use will be discussed. 5:00 PM FPHA Silent Auction closes please pick up and pay for your items (no later than 12:00 PM Friday) 4:30 PM 5:00 PM Interest Groups Meetings TBD 5:30 PM 7:00 PM President s Reception (all attendees invited) Symposium Ballroom Friday, August 21 7:30 AM 9:00 AM Coffee Mezzanine 7:45 AM 9:00 AM Registration Mezzanine East 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM Silent auction winners pick up and pay for items Mezzanine East General Session Healthiest Weight Salon 2 8:15 AM 8:30 AM Welcome/Announcements Shannon Hughes, FPHA President,

20 8:30 AM 10:15 AM Nutrition and Healthy Weight: Initiatives That Are Working 10:15 AM 10:30 AM Networking Break Moderator: Sandon S. Speedling, MHS, CPM, FPHA Secretary Panel: Liz Castro, Executive Director, Florida Beverage Association Lisa D. Katic, RD, CSW, Florida Beverage Association 10:30 AM 11:30 AM State of the State Address Natasha Coleman, Health Educator, Florida Department of Health in Bay County Celeste Philip, MD Deputy Secretary for Health Florida Department of Health 2015 Annual FPHA Educational Conference Adjourned 12:00 PM 1:00 PM FPHA Board Meeting Forum East 4 19

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