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Town Hall Teleconference


Prescription Drug Overdose
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
2:00PM – 3:00PM EDT

Agenda

Time Agenda Item Speaker(s)
2:00pm Welcome & Introduction

Gregory S. Holzman, MD, MPH
Deputy Director, OSTLTS, CDC

2:02pm Speaker Introductions

Kimberly Wilson
Knowledge Management Branch, OSTLTS

2:04pm Vital Signs Overview

Leonard J. Paulozzi, MD, MPH
Medical Epidemiologist, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC

Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH
New York State Commissioner of Health

2:20 pm Presentations

Jennifer Sabel, PhD
Epidemiologist, Injury and Violence Prevention Program, Washington State Department of Health

Michael Landen, MD, MPH
Deputy State Epidemiologist, New Mexico Department of Health

2:40pm Q&A and Discussion

Kimberly Wilson

2:55pm Wrap–up Greg Holzman, MD, MPH
3:00pm End of call

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How to Participate

You can attend the monthly Vital Signs town hall teleconference by calling the bridgeline below. Participants will be able to ask questions during the Q&A period. Please note, the presentation will be posted to this page just prior to the call. For questions about the town hall, please contact Nitesh Parmar.

For Audio Only Participation:
Step 1) Dial in (USA only): 800-857-0764
Step 2) Enter participant passcode: 795-4413

Assistance for all Participants:
For assistance during the call press *0 at anytime to speak with the operator

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