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1 Health Services in Schools Conference SPEAKERS AND MODERATORS Health Disparities and Unmet Needs of School Children Fernando Mendoza, MD, MPH Dr. Mendoza is Professor of Pediatrics at Lucile Salter Packard Children s Hospital, Stanford University. He has a long- standing interest in health of immigrant and minority children, with a primary focus on Latino children. His research has explored the health status of Latino children by examining their growth patterns, prevalence of chronic illness, perceptions of health, and their access to health care. His other research interest is in diversity in the health professions; particularly in the area of pediatrics. The recipient of numerous honors, he is the former Chief of Division of General Pediatrics, School of Medicine. Lisa Chamberlain, MD, MPH Lisa Chamberlain is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford Children's Hospital. Dr. Chamberlain cares for patients in East Palo Alto at the Ravenswood Family Health Center. She is founder and medical director of the Stanford Pediatric Advocacy Program, which oversees community pediatrics and advocacy training for all pediatric residents at Stanford. At the Stanford School of Medicine she directs the Scholarly Concentration in Community Health. Her research examines access to care for impoverished children in California, focusing on children with chronic illness. Don Barr, MD, PhD Donald Barr is Professor of Pediatrics in the Stanford School of Medicine, and Professor (by courtesy) in the Graduate School of Education. He teaches courses in U.S. Health Policy and in Health Disparities as part of Stanford s undergraduate Program in Human Biology. He received his M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco and his Ph.D. in Sociology from Stanford University. His research interests include the study of cultural and linguistic barriers to health care access for low- income patients, racial and ethnic disparities in health care, and factors associated with higher rates of attrition from pre- medical studies among minority students at Stanford and other universities. C Jason Wang, MD, PhD C. Jason Wang is Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the Center for Policy, Outcomes, and Prevention at Stanford University. He received his BS from MIT, MD from Harvard, and PhD in policy analysis from RAND. He completed his pediatric residency training at UCSF. His fellowship training in health services research included the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program and the National Research Service Award Fellowship at UCLA. His research interests include: developing tools for assessing and improving the value of healthcare; facilitating the use of mhealth in improving quality of care; studying competency- based medical education curriculum and healthcare reform. He served as an external reviewer for the 2011 IOM Report Child and Adolescent Health and Health Care Quality: Measuring What Matters and as a reviewer for AHRQ study sections. 1

2 School Health Services for Children with Special Needs Dian Baker, PhD, APRN- BC, PNP Dr. Dian Baker is a professor at the School of Nursing and directs the school nurse credential program at California State University, Sacramento. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at the MIND Institute and volunteer clinical faculty in pediatrics at the University of California Davis Medical Center. Dr. Baker obtained her PhD from University of Hawaii. Her research includes hospital- based studies and community based participatory research that relies on both qualitative and quantitative methods. Her primary interest is in translational research that informs policy and advocacy to enhance outcomes for children across their lifespan. Lisa Cicutto, RN, ACNP(Cert), PhD Lisa Cicutto is the Director of the Clinical Science Graduate Program at the University of Colorado Denver, Director of Community Outreach and Research at National Jewish Health and directs the Community Outreach and Translation Core of the Denver Children s Environmental Health Center. She has 20 years of experience working with schools to meet the health needs of children at both condition specific (asthma and allergies) and whole child levels. She has experience developing, implementing and evaluating programs from whole health student assessments to school based asthma programs to policy development. Shashank Joshi, MD Shashank Joshi is Associate Professor (Teaching) of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science. His clinical focus is child and adolescent psychiatry with emphasis on school mental health and cultural aspects of pediatric health. Dr. Joshi's teaching and research focuses on increasing knowledge and enhancing effectiveness of school mental health, pediatric psychotherapy and medication interventions. He is currently involved with school mental health and suicide prevention programs in the local community. Melinda Landau, RN, MS Melinda Landau is the Manager, Health and Family Support Programs at the San Jose Unified School District. She coordinates all aspects of the district's Health Services. She has been the administrator of "Putting Health Care Back Into Schools" School Nurse Demonstration Project in partnership with Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County and Stanford Medical School Division of General Pediatrics. She holds a Master s degree in Nursing from San Jose State University. Kristina Madsen MD, MPH Dr. Kristine Madsen is an Associate Professor at UC Berkeley s School of Public Health. She is a pediatrician and research scientist with expertise in the design and evaluation of interventions related to pediatric obesity and health disparities. Her research is focused on identifying policies and programs that will improve youths nutrition and physical- activity environments, with an emphasis on the school setting. 2

3 Strategies for Providing School Health Services Denise Seigart, PhD, RN Dr. Denise Seigart is Chair of Undergraduate and the MS/MN nursing programs at Boise State University. Dr. Seigart received degrees from Niagara University (BSN), Binghamton University (MS) and Cornell University (PhD). She is also a tenured Professor within the School of Nursing. Dr. Seigart has been actively involved in multiple research projects, concentrating on the areas of feminist evaluation and school- based health care. She is particularly interested in promoting diversity in nursing education and the nursing profession, as well as well as in comparing international case studies of school- based health care. Li Yan Wang, MBA, MA Li Yan Wang is a Health Economist with Division of Adolescent and School Health, NCHHSTP, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta. She holds an MA in Economics from University of Hawaii at Manoa and an MBA from Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia. Her most recent work has been on the cost- benefit study of school nursing services, and long- term health and medical cost impact of smoking prevention in adolescence. Her earlier work includes study of cost- effectiveness of a school- based tobacco- use prevention program, and long- term health and economic impact of preventing and reducing overweight and obesity in adolescence. Lisa Eisenberg, MPP, MSW Lisa Eisenberg is the Senior Policy Analyst at the California School- Based Health Alliance (CSHA), where she works to define and implement CSHA s policy agenda. Lisa is responsible for identifying policy opportunities and best practices at both the state and national levels, with a particular focus on state funding, health system reform, and mental health policy. She holds Masters Degrees in social welfare and public policy from UC Berkeley. Nadejda Marques, PhD Nadejda Marques is a research coordinator with the School Health Evaluation Research Project at Stanford University. She holds a PhD in human rights and development and has worked on issues of human rights and the right to health for over a decade. In 2011, she co- authored the book "The Cost of Inaction" on the impact of HIV/AIDS in children with the François- Bagnoud Xavier Center for Health and Human Rights based in the Harvard School of Public Health. Pamela Kurtzman, MPH Pamela Kurtzman is currently the Director of Grants and Programs for Sequoia Healthcare District. She oversees District- supported programs that serve the community s youth. She designed and implemented the District s Healthy Schools Initiative to support school districts in southern San Mateo County with staff and programs that improve the physical and emotional health of students and families. Ms. Kurtzman earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science and pre- med from Arizona State University in 1995, and a Master s Degree in Public Health from the State University of New York at Stonybrook and Columbia University s Mailman School of Public Health in

4 Implementing Successful University and School Health Collaborations Nancy Morioka- Douglas, MD, MPH Nancy Morioka- Douglas is a Clinical Professor in Medicine at Stanford University and a practicing family physician for more than 25 years. As a family physician, she observed the power of intergenerational interactions in promoting healthy behaviors, both in younger family members inspiring their elders and also elders teaching the youth. In 2009, while working in a high school in East Palo Alto, she queried the students and found that 100% had a family member with diabetes and the vast majority had seen first- hand the devastating complications of uncontrolled diabetes. This prompted her to develop the first iteration of the Stanford Youth Diabetes Coaching program and she has been working on this ever since. Manuelito Biag, PhD Manuelito Biag is a Research Associate at the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford University, where he collaborates with community partners to conduct actionable research that helps address the needs and concerns of children, youth, and their families. Broadly, his research interests include the links between health and education, youth development, and urban school reform. Prior to his doctorate, he provided counseling support for severely- emotionally disturbed youth, as well as those involved in the juvenile justice system. He was also a Wellness Coordinator for the San Francisco Unified School District. He holds a PhD in School Organization and Education Policy from the University of California, Davis. Eunice Rodriguez, RN, DrPH Eunice Rodriguez is Associate Professor (Teaching), Division of General Pediatrics at Stanford University. Dr. Rodriguez s teaching and research coalesce around issues of health disparities integrating expertise in social epidemiology, and program planning and evaluation. Her interest has most recently evolved around school health issues, with particular reference to the health needs of children and diverse communities. Dr. Rodriguez is a faculty affiliate with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, the Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality, and core faculty for School and Community Health at the Stanford Center for Policy, Outcomes and Prevention. Suzanne Gaulocher, PhD Suzanne Gaulocher earned her PhD with the Nelson Institute in Environment and Resources at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She also received a MPH from the University of Wisconsin's School of Medicine and Public Health in Her work has centered on increasing knowledge that supports the intersection between health and place research with a focus on community engagement and equity. Before coming to Stanford, Suzanne worked at the University of Wisconsin s University Health Services as a researcher and evaluation specialist. She worked on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention s Community Transformation Grant. Suzanne uses Community- based Participatory Research techniques to engage with community members, academics, stakeholders and professionals to learn how people use places and how health supports and barriers are assessed, addressed and translated into action. 4

5 Models of School Healthcare Delivery Satu Larson, PhD(c), RN, CPNP Satu Larson, PhD(c), RN, CPNP is a doctoral student at the University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing, Social and Behavioral Sciences Nursing Health Policy Program. She received her master s of nursing from Yale University School of Nursing. She worked as a research resident with the school- based health center team at the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies to create an issue brief regarding school health centers and their role in providing care for community members (non- students). She currently is part of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded research project to review APRN scope of practice articles. Her primary research interest is to improve child and adolescent health equity by promoting policy that expands and finances the school- based health center model of care and to have school- based mental health services the primary component of this model. Monika Sanchez, MSc Monika Sanchez is a Senior Policy Analyst at the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford University s Graduate School of Education primarily working with the Center s integrated longitudinal data system. She has worked mostly in the areas of student attendance, early childhood, and student health and wellness. Ms. Sanchez and her colleagues recently published work, Coordinated School Health and the Contribution of a District Wellness Coordinator, appears in Journal of School Health. She holds an MSc in Population and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Shelly Kaller, MPH Shelly Kaller is a Senior Research Associate at University of California San Francisco s Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies. She has 15 years of experience conducting and evaluating school- based adolescent and child health programs including designing and implementing mixed- method program evaluations for teen pregnancy prevention programs, school health centers, youth- participatory research projects, and school wellness initiatives focused on improving nutrition and physical activity for students. She received her Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University s Mailman School of Public Health. Howard Taras, MD Dr. Howard Taras is a professor of pediatrics at the University of California- San Diego, where he specializes in School Health and Community Engagement with Academia. He is a medical consultant to school districts across California, and assists with decisions and processes leading to safe integration of students with special health care needs. He went to McMaster Medical School in Canada and did residency at Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He did a community pediatric fellowship at UCSD. He is Director of Community Engagement for the Clinical & Translational Research Institute, which provides resources to clinical investigators and helps community members and practicing clinicians influence what academicians are researching. 5

6 Ashini Srivastava, MBBS, MPH Ashini Srivastava is a research coordinator with School Health Evaluation and Research, Stanford University. Her work involves coordination, implementation, and evaluation of community based school health education and promotion programs. She holds a Master s degree in Public Health. She trained as a physician in India and has previously worked as a community physician in a K- 12 school based health center in India. Her work at the school health center involved conducting whole assessments of students including annual physical examinations, screening for physical and mental health problems and student counseling for health issues. Moving Forward: The Need for Big Data Erin Maughan, PhD, MS, RN, APHN- BC Erin Maughan currently serves as the Director of Research for the National Association of School Nurses (NASN), where she is responsible for several national research/data initiatives, including the identification of school nurse sensitive outcome indicators and the Step Up and Be Counted Initiative (uniform data set), and medications in the schools. Prior to joining NASN she was faculty in the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University (Utah), where she was a tenured Associate Professor teaching public health/community and global health nursing. Her previous experience includes working for the Utah Department of as State School and Adolescent Nurse Consultant; and serving as a district school nurse. Dr Maughan is passionate about student health issues, particularly the most vulnerable children. Dr. Maughan earned her undergraduate degree in nursing from Brigham Young University and her Masters and PhD in nursing from the University of Utah. She is a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow 2013 cohort. 6

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