National Environmental Health Association Presents 75th AEC: June 18-20, 2011 Columbus, OH

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National Environmental Health Association Presents 75th AEC: June 18-20, 2011 Columbus, OH


KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Theodore E. Wymyslo, M.D.,

Director, Ohio Department of Health

Addressing the "New Normal" in government

AEC ... It's So Much More Than a Conference

The NEHA AEC is so much more than a conference. It is the nexus for environmental health training, education, networking, learning, and advancement. It is the event environmental health professionals attend to acquire practical and real-world information and expertise. It is the event from which environmental health professionals leave trained, motivated, inspired, and empowered to further advance their organizations and themselves.

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TRAINING Productivity. Efficiency. Effectiveness.

LEARNING LAB SESSIONS

Engage in interactive, dynamic, and self-driven sessions, which will provide you with hands-on training and real-world experience to help you cultivate new skills and bolster your proficiency to increase your productivity as an environmental health professional.

Children's Environmental Health/Healthy Schools & Institutions

* An Introduction to NSF/NSSEA 380--School Supplies and Equipment Standard and Certification Program

* Ensuring the Safety of Fresh Produce in Schools: What Health Inspectors Need to Know

* Tackling Norovirus, Food Allergies, Food Defense, and Food Safety in Schools

EH Impact Assessments/Informatics/Leadership/Management

* Accreditation and the Quest for the "Golden Snitch"

* Wake Up to the Social Media Challenge

* Health Impact Assessment: Putting Health Into Policy Decision Making

* Improving Environmental Public Health Practice: The Link Between the Environmental Public Health Performance Standards and National Public Health Accreditation

* Strategic Planning in the "New Normal"

Emerging Pathogens/Vector Control and Zoonotic Diseases

* Several Employees Stricken with Mystery Illness

* Community Bed Bug Management: Biology and Control Measures

Food Protection and Defense

* The Rise in Raw Milk Consumption: Got You Concerned?

* Back to the Future with Inspector Spock

* Raw Milk on Trial: The Case of Little Jenny Light v. the Dew Drop Dairy

General Environmental Health

* Fragrance or Folly: Toxic Scents

* Portable Sanitation: Reality vs. Myth

* Common Sense Investigations of Environmental Health Complaints

* Doctor of 1854: Has It All Been Good for the Past 150 Years?

* Using Environmental Public Health Systems Research to Improve Service Delivery

Hazardous materials and toxic Substances_

* The Truth Behind Contaminated Juice

* Identifying and Protecting Vulnerable Populations from Environmental Hazards

Healthy Homes

* Indoor Environmental Health Assessment: Principles & Practice

* Air and Surface Sampling in Indoor Environments: Instrumentation and Techniques

Sustainability

* Tour of LEED Building

Terrorism And All-Hazards Preparedness

* Disaster in Columbus: Environmental Health Tracking

* Using Information Blocking and Plain Language to Communicate Risk to Communities

* Eclipsing Influenza: Public Health is Not Prepared for All-Hazards

* Crisis Communications: Message Mapping

* Helping Vulnerable Rural Communities Respond to Emergencies: Feasibility and Challenges

Water/recreational Waters

* Implementing the Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) in Your Jurisdiction

Be sure to also visit the Exhibition on Saturday and Sunday to gather the latest products, services, and tools offered by exhibitors that will help you be more productive in your job.

EDUCATION Knowledge. Understanding, Expertise.

LECTURE SESSIONS

Acquire comprehensive information from environmental health subject matter experts and industry leaders, and learn from your peers as you share stories and best practices to address common challenges. …

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