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CDC's 2006 National Health Promotion Conference
Conference Date and Location

Tuesday, September 12 - Thursday, September 14, 2006
Hilton Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

The following presentations given at this conference were genomics-related:

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2006 PRESENTER
The Role of Fam HX in Chronic Disease Robin Bennett, MS, CGC
The Role of Fam HX in Chronic Disease

Steven Hunt, PhD
View Presentation[PDF 162 KB]

Applying and Integrating Public Health Genomics Into PH Practice - Translating Science and Evaluating Results – Role of University-based Centers in Genomics and Health Promotion

Karen Edwards, PhD
View Presentation[PDF 1 MB]

Applying and Integrating Public Health Genomics Into PH Practice - Innovative Approaches to Public Health Practice-States Activities

Debra Duquette, MS
View Presentation[PDF 1.1 MB]

The Role of Fam HX in Chronic Disease Prevention

Paula Yoon, ScD, MPH (Mod.)
View Presentation[PDF 700 KB]

Applying and Integrating Public Health Genomics Into PH Practice
CDC Cooperative Agreements for States and Centers
Scott Bowen, MPH

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2006 PRESENTER
Integrating Family HX and Genomics into Curricula and Improving Public AwarenessU.S. Surgeon General Family History Initiative: Modeling Collaboration, Communication, and Consumer Outreach to Improve Health Jean Jenkins, PhD, RN
View Presentation[PDF 862 KB]
Integrating Family HX and Genomics into Curricula and Improving Public AwarenessGenetics to Genomics: Changing the Health of Today’s Youth Through Science and Behavior Mary Teachout, BS, MAT
View Presentation[PDF 564 KB]
Keeping it in the Family: Using Family Health History in Chronic Disease PreventionCancer Genomics for Public Health

Mary Teachout, BS, MAT
View Presentation[PDF 891 KB]

Keeping it in the Family: Using Family Health History in Chronic Disease PreventionHelping African-American Families Make the Kidney Connection: the NKDEP Family Reunion Initiative

Elisa Gladstone, MPH
View Presentation[PDF 1.5 MB]

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 PRESENTER
Genetic Testing, Policy and Practice Implications for Public Health Toby Citrin, JD
View Presentation[PDF 54 KB]
Genetic Testing, Policy and Practice Implications for Public Health
Direct to Consumer Marketing of a Nutrigenetics Testing Product:
The Minnesota Experience
Kristin Oehlke, MS, CGC
View Presentation[PDF 293 KB]
Welcome and Introduction to Plenary Speaker

Muin Khoury, MD, PhD
View Presentation[PDF 2.2 MB]

 

 

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