NOTE: Sessions listed in italics have been organized by another section, SPIG, or caucus but are endorsed by Environment.

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Monday, November 17, 2003

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Mon
3027.0Children's Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations Poster Session - Childhood Lead Poisoning (Poster)
3028.0Environmental Health Policy Strategies Poster Session (Poster)
3029.0Innovative Topics - Developing Environmental Health Indicators and Outcome Measures: Poster Session (Poster)
3029.1Environment Section Student Award Poster Session (Poster)
3029.2Late Breakers I - Exploring the Connections Between the Environment, Impacts on the Central Nervous System, and Associated Health Conditions including Developmental/Learning Disabilities and Multiple Sclerosis (Oral)
3031.0Asthma Surveillance in California: Linking Data and Programs (Oral)
10:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon
3104.0Health hazards in the environment – National Library of Medicine information resources for health professionals and the public (Oral)
3113.0Role of the Built Environment and Socio-cultural Context on Diabetes Prevention, Management and Treatment in Six Racial/ethnic Minority, Low-income Communities Throughout California (Oral)
3116.0Terrorism - Planning for Potential Contamination Threats (Oral)
3117.0Children’s Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations - Disproportional Affected Communities (Oral)
3118.0Environmental Health & Policy - Building the National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network Through Effective Partnerships (Oral)
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Mon
3173.0Addressing Chronic Homelessness: The Implications of Federal Policy on Housing and Services (Oral)
3184.0Homer N. Calver Lecture (Oral)
3185.0What's New in Infectious Disease Epidemiology (Oral)
3224.0Fire, Explosions and Toxic Releases in a Post 9/11 World (Oral)
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Mon
3270.0Children’s Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations - Improve the Quality of Asthma Care – Stressing Environmental Management of Asthma (Oral)
3271.0Environmental Public Health Infrastructure - Challenges and Opportunities (Oral)
3272.0Built Environment Institute V. Interactive roundtable discussions on the impact of urban sprawl, neighborhood design, and land use on the public's health (Roundtable)
3286.0Education and Water: Where Behavior Meets Technology (Oral)
3291.0Nutrition and Environmental Factors in Maternal and Child Health (Oral)
3315.0Agent Orange, Dioxins, and Health I (Oral)
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Mon
3337.0Developing a Plan for Bioterrorism (Oral)
3343.0Environmental Toxics - Getting to the source: Reducing environmental health risks through pollution prevention- local, state, national and international initiatives (Oral)
3344.0Innovative Topics: Biomonitoring and Toxicogenomics, finding the link between genes, the environment, and disease (Oral)
3345.0Environmental Health Nursing Practice - Tools for Assessment, Intervention and Advocacy (Oral)
3345.1Built Environment Institute IV. Characterizing the impact of the indoor built environment on human health (Oral)
3346.0Preventing Overweight and Obesity: Policy and Environmental Approaches (Oral)
3367.0Summary of Projects Promoting the Integration of Occupational and Environmental Health (Oral)
3384.0Agent Orange, Dioxins and Health II (Oral)

Tuesday, November 18, 2003

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Tue
4020.0Design and Evaluation of Interventions for Homeless Families (Oral)
4031.0Social Determinants of Health - How local Environments Affect biological, psychological and social health (Oral)
4032.0Environmental Toxics - Exploring the Association Between Environmental Toxics and Health (Oral)
4033.0Children's Environmental Health - Healthy School Environments: From Policy to Action (Oral)
4035.0Results From Outbreak Investigations: Implications for Public Health Practice (Oral)
4040.0The Environment and Aging: Developing EPA’s National Agenda (Oral)
4054.0The National Birth Defects Prevention Study (Oral)
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Tue
4128.0Built Environment Institute I. Health by Design: A public health framework (Oral)
4129.0Innovative Topics - Fish, Fats and Toxic Pollutants, Part I: Benefits and Risks of Eating Contaminated Fish (Oral)
4130.0Environmental Health and Policy: Precautionary Principle in action -- Strategies that protect public health (Oral)
4130.1Social Determinants of Health - Role of Behavioral and Social Factors in Exposures to Environmental Hazards in the Home (Oral)
4168.0National Mentoring Program in Public Health (Oral)
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Tue
4194.0Built Environment Institute II. Diagnosis and Treatment: Measuring and modeling the impact of the built environment on the public’s health (Oral)
4195.0Innovative Topics: Fish, Fats and Toxic Pollutants, Part II: Communicating Risks and Preventing Exposures (Oral)
4196.0Environmental Health and Policy: The politics of science (Oral)
4222.0Environment, Lifestyle, and Mental Health Resiliency (Roundtable)
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Tue
4258.0Built Environment Institute III. Identifying successes and challenges toward healthy community design and sustainable growth from multiple perspectives – Policy, Politics, Research, Planning and Development (Oral)
4259.0Social Determinants of Health - Sound Science for Sale? Industry Influence over Research, Risk Assessment and Regulation of Tobacco, Food and Toxic Chemicals (Oral)
4260.0Environmental Health & Policy - Health Care Without Harm: Environmental health considerations drive change in California's health care industry (Oral)
4260.1Environmental Toxics - Mold Prevention (Oral)
4260.2Infrastructure Development: Strategies for Incorporating Environmental Health into Health Care (Oral)

Wednesday, November 19, 2003

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Wed
5020.0Children’s Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations - Poster Session (Poster)
5021.0Public Health Collaborations - Poster Session (Poster)
5022.0Innovative Topic - Issues in Water Safety and Quality (Poster)
5023.0Spotlight on Local Environmental Health Issues (Oral)
5023.1Children’s Environmental Health & Vulnerable populations - Reducing Children’s Environmental exposures to lead and other Contaminants (Poster)
5023.2Social Determinants of Health - Effects of Social Factors on Environmental Health (Poster)
5023.3Innovative Topics in Environmental Health - Poster Session (Poster)
5060.0Beryllium Exposure and Disease in Populations Downstream from Production: Nuclear Weapons Workers and the Public Surrounding Production Plants (Oral)
5071.0Getting Your Public Health Career off the Ground (Oral)
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Wed
5089.0Innovative Strategies to Address Urban Health (Oral)
5093.0Public Health Collaboration – PACE EH: advancing environmental health using community based environmental health assessment models (Oral)
5094.0Children's Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations - Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention: Identifying Exposure Sources and Developing Risk Reduction Interventions (Oral)
5095.0Environmental Toxics - Indoor Air Quality in the Home and Workplace (Oral)
5122.0Close Encounters with Pesticides: Recent Findings from Pesticide Poisoning Surveillance Programs (Oral)
5131.0Critical Public Health Tools for Addressing Contemporary Environmental Health Threats (Oral)
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Wed
5150.0Public Health Collaborations - Efforts to Reduce Exposure to Hazardous Materials (Oral)
5151.0Public Health Collaborations - Lead Poisoning Prevention (Oral)
5175.0Fostering Greater Understanding of Toxicogenomic Research: The Initial Results of a Community Outreach Program (Oral)
5176.0Farmworkers: Pesticides and Other Hazards (Oral)
5186.0Environment: Conflicting Responsibilities (Oral)

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA