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Washington State Journal of Public Health Practice

Archive - 2010

Washington State Journal of Public Health Practice

ISSN 1934-6360          Vol. 3, Special Issue 1

 

Table of Contents

Abstracts presented at the Joint Conference on Health 2010

 

Abstracts

 

PHRED-to-PHIMS: Integrating Electronic Laboratory Reporting with PH Surveillance

R. Altamore

 

1

Improving Public Health-to-Provider Messaging: A RCT of Alert Communications

J. Baseman

 

2

The Quest for Local Built Environment Indicators that Work Across Jurisdictions

M. Boardman

 

3

Click Your Way to Collaboration –Using Audience Response Systems

            J. Britt

 

4

Tobacco Prevention Network: No Smoking Environments for Public Housing

            K. Burgoyne

 

5

Strategic Planning for Rural Health Care: A Framework for Communities

B. Burlingham

 

6

The Lummi Safe Streets Project: Crossing Boundaries and Influencing Change

S. Cano-Martin

 

7

Communication Challenges Between 911 and Limited English Proficient Communities

D. Chavez

 

8

King County’s Tools to Eliminate Health Inequities

S. Ciske

 

9

Successful Policy Development: The Art of Persuasion

V. Colman

 

10

Educating Lawmakers on Tobacco Prevention

L. Culp

 

11

Fostering Healthier Communities Through Health Impact Assessments

A. Dannenberg

 

12

Grant Writing Workshop
S. Deitz

 

13

Leveraging Innovative (and free) Technologies to “Do More With Less”

M. Deyerin

 

14

Community Health Assessment of Adolescent Immunizations in Kittitas County
A. Diaz

 

15

Opportunities for Improving Access to Healthy Foods in Washington State-A Report
A. Ellings, Dr. D. Johnson, C. McCuskey

 

16

Nutrition and Physical Activity: Policy and Environmental Changes 101
A. Ellings

 

17

socialmedia@clark.wa.gov or “How we do it in the ´couv’.”
D. England

 

18

Research and Practice to Address the Health Effects of Climate Change
R. Fenske

 

19

Improving School Health Coordination in an Era of Health Reform
Dr. R. Fleming

 

20

A Self-Assessment Tool to Transform Public Health Practice to Address Health Inequities
S. Galvez, K. Clayton, G. Smyly, K. Schaff, K. Watkins-Tart, J. Balabis, Z. Lee, C. Goette, K. Paulo, J. Chacon, M. Morgan, F. Stewart, N. Thomas

 

21

Beyond H1N1: Innovative Solutions from the Response & Acting on Lessons Learned
C. Gleason

 

22

Neighborhoods Matter: An Innovative Approach to Addressing Health Disparities

J. Hansen, C. Green, E. Conley, P. Slider

 

23

Practice-Based Research Networks: The Washington State Experience
K. Hartfield, S. Allan, Y. Stetson

 

24

Turning the Tide: Collaboration, Social Marketing, and Vaccine Hesitancy
G. Heller, N. Lee

 

25

Sustainable Building and the Associated Public Health Implications
A. Henderson

 

26

YMCA of Greater Seattle’s Non-traditional Partners through Living Tobacco-Free Program

H. Henson

 

27

The Community Café Approach: A Partnership Success Story
R. Higa, J. Sharp

 

28

Reusable Design Methods for Public Health Information Systems
R. Hills, B. Reeder, J. Pina, G. Demiris

 

29

Washington State Policy Action Plan to Eliminate Health Disparities

C. C. Hoff

 

30

The Socio-Ecological Model: What is it and How can I use it in my LHJ?
S. Hoskins, R. Bertram, J. Koch, M. Storey, J. Wiesman

 

31

The Healthy Communities Project: Focusing on Community Change to Support Health

C. Huyck, S. Grinnell, D. Kenneweg, T. Reid

 

32

Hand-on Social Media: An Instructional Session on Various Social Media Tools
S. Johnston

 

33

Public Health “Meaningful Uses” of Health Information Exchange Data
B. T. Karras, J. C. Davis, P. Blake, K. Lofy, P. Lowe, R. Altamore, P.F. Bugni, B. Lober, D. O. Dobbs, M. J. Thebatoski

 

34

How Schools Work and How to Work With Schools
D. Kenneweg

 

35

What Does Public Health Do in Washington State? The PHIP Activities & Services Inventory
B. Kling, G. Grunenfelder, J. C. Lee

 

36

Revitalizing Traditional Foods Systems in Tribal Communities
E. Krohn

 

37

We’re Tired of Your Scrap! Successes in Solid Waste Code Enforcement

E. Lancaster

 

38

Changing Pesticide Use in Orchards: Implications for Workplace Safety and Health

N. Lehrer, J. Brunner, K. Granger, W. Jones

 

39

Youth in Action: Technology, Chronic Disease Prevention & Policy Change

D. Love

 

40

Innovation & Collaboration: Tribes Engage in State Health Reform Implementation
S. Lowe, Dr. M. Dixon, Dr. L. Cawthon

 

41

Overview of Quality Improvement for Public Health Leadership

M. Mason

 

42

Preparation for the 2011 Standards Review
M. Mason

 

43

The Family Community Kitchen (FCK) Pilot Project
K. Mayer

 

44

Exploring Trends in Racial/Ethic Health Inequity in WA State, 1990-2008
D. McDermot, M. Sitaker

 

45

Let’s Make a Deal – Rural Partnerships
R. McKee

 

46

Latino Community Tobacco Assessment Project
C. Mejia

 

47

Collaborating to Create Active Communities

J. Moore

 

48

Integrating Public Health into a Community-Wide Health Information Exchange
L. Navarre

 

49

Taking Action on Social Determinants of Health in a Local Health Department
A. Newell

 

50

A Naturally Evolving Collaborative: The Hepatitis B Community Engagement Project
K. Nguyen, C. Loredo, T. Chen, E. Tsui, N. Kim

 

51

Using Social Media and Other New Technologies in Public Health Practice
R. Nicola

 

52

Reaching the Hard-to-Reach: Vaccinating At-Risk Adults Against Hepatitis A & B

M. Oscadal, M. Ninburg

 

53

Estimating Vaccine Uptake During an Emerging Epidemic Using HIE Data

I. Painter, D. Revere, P. Bugni, W. Lober

 

54

Traditional Tobacco and Changing Norms in Indian Country
R. Pebeahsy

 

55

How to Score a Home Run with a Community Report Card
S. Pesut

 

56

Facilitating Community Partnerships to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
M. Podrabsky

 

57

Building, Maintaining, and Sustaining Effective Community Partnerships
J. Polello

 

58

Qigong as Self-Care Improves Glucose Management in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes
A. Putiri, G. Sun, J. Lovejoy, R. Bradley

 

59

Objective and Subjective Data for Physical Activity and the Built Environment
C. Rehm, M. Sitaker

 

60

Distribute: An Innovative Tool to Support Public Health Surveillance
D. Revere, R. Hills, B. Karras, W. Lober

 

61

Higher Education and Public Health Collaborating for Emergency Preparedness
J. Schad

 

62

Results from a Tobacco Cessation Outreach Program for Sustainable Healthcare Systems Change
G. Schauer, G. Levine, A. Tesfai, J. Thompson

 

63

Implementation of a Telemedicine Program to Address the Health Needs of Patients
S. Schlegel

 

64

Project ECHO: An Innovative Telehealth Program for Rural Patients with Hep C
Dr. J Scott, K. Unruh

 

65

Chronic Disease Disparities in Washington State: Exploring Changes Over Time
M. Sitaker, D. McDermot

 

66

Using Decision Support Software for Agency Priority and Funding Decision Making

T. Smith

 

67

Mobilizing Nontraditional Partners to Make Poulsbo Urban Trails a Reality
B. Smithson

 

68

Hello, How May I Help You? Operating a Public Health Call Center During H1N1

W. Taylor, D. Young, J. Cropley, W. Taylor

 

69

Bringing Integrative Naturopathic Medical Care to Underserved Communities

S. Thomas

 

70

A Discussion with PHAB Beta Test Participants and Quality Improvement Experts

J. Thompson

 

71

Increased Collaboration With Pediatric Providers in Lean Toxicity Surveillance

N. Thomsen

 

72

Policy Agenda and YMCA Intervention Needed to Address Prediabetes in Washington

M. Thurston

 

73

Exemption Redemption: Intensive Outreach to Decrease Exemption from Immunization

N. Turner, R. Peterson, D. Saint, M. Yerxa

 

74

Service with a Smile, Trading Volunteer Hours for Dental Care

Dr. T. Verharen, C. Bruce

 

75

Spokane Regional Health District Board of Health Quality Improvement Project

E. Wallace

 

76

Model Practices from Three Quality Improvement Projects on Physical Activity

E. Wallace

 

77

Public Hospital District: The Public Option for Washington State

DJ Wilson

 

78

Innovation and Collaboration Between Public Health & Health Profession Students
L. Woodard

 

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