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2005 Family History Workshop - Agenda and Presentations

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17

TIME
ACTIVITY
SPEAKER
7:30
Registration
8:00
Welcome
Janet Collins
Muin Khoury
8:15
Introductions
Paula Yoon
Session I - Using Family History for Preventive Medicine and Public Health
8:30
Barriers to collecting & using family history in the clinical setting UMDNJ – New Jersey Medical School
9:00
Family history as a public health screening tool for public health practice
CDC
9:30
Evaluating family history tools
University of Washington Medical Center
10:00
Break
Session II - Familial Risk Assessment
10:15
Development and validation of familial risk stratification algorithms RAND Corporation
10:45
Cancer risk assessment and pattern recognition - JamesLink
Ohio State University

Kevin Sweet
Presentation[PDF 1.1 MB]

11:15

Communicating familial risk - My Generations
Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Research Institute

Suzanne O'Neill
Presentation[PDF 2.1 MB]
11:45-12:45
Lunch
Session III - Personalizing Prevention Strategies
12:45

Developing and testing health messages – Family Healthware
CDC

Cynthia Jorgensen
Presentation[PDF 1.2 MB]
1:15

Assessing behavior change in the Family Healthware study Fox Chase Cancer Center

1:45

Evaluating prevention messages - Your Disease Risk
Harvard University

Session IV - Collecting Population-Based Surveillance Data on Family History
2:15

Overview of uses of family history data and sources
University of Washington

Karen Edwards
Presentation[PDF 412 KB]

2:45

The Connecticut family history of cancer validation study: methodologic and analytic issues
National Cancer Institute

Louise Wideroff
Presentation[PDF 259 KB]
3:15

Developing a family history module – California Health Interview Survey
University of California at Los Angeles

David Grant
Presentation[PDF 102 KB]

Session V - Posters and Tool Demos
4:00 - 6:00
Social/Tool demos/Posters

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18

TIME
ACTIVITY SPEAKER
8:00

Charge for Break-out Groups

Paula Yoon
Session VI - Incorporating family history tools into health systems
8:15

Internet tool for assessing family history of cancer risk
GREAT Case Western Reserve University

Louise Acheson
Presentation[PDF 1.3 MB]

8:45

Automating family history for real-time clinic use
University of Arkansas

Kent McKelvey
Presentation[PDF 1.1 MB]

9:15

Data Standards for Family History – HL7
Massachusetts General Hospital

9:45 Break  
10:00

Break-out Groups

  • Standard family history questions and modules - Susan Hariri
  • Familial risk - Maren Scheuner
  • Health impact of family history strategies - Melanie Myers
Moderators
11:00 Reports from Break-out Groups  
11:45

Closing – The Surgeon General's Family History Initiative
National Human Genome Research Institute

Jean Jenkins
Presentation[PDF 1 MB]

12:15 Adjourn  

 

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