APHA>Academic Public Health Caucus call for abstracts
larsson at u.washington.edu
Tue Jan 7 09:42:28 PST 2003
This is an opportunity to submit a paper to this Caucus. I know that the
Academic-Practice community is really active these days doing both
informatics and distance learning projects. This is your opportunity to
promote your work in front of an appreciative audience.
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Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 17:00:21 -0500
From: "Geraldine S. Aglipay" <gaglipay at asph.org>
To: "'larsson at u.washington.edu'" <larsson at u.washington.edu>
FYI, I wanted to let you know that the APHA Academic Public Health Caucus
is once again going to have distance ed. and informatics as one of the three
topic areas in its call for abstracts. Please see below.
2003 Solicited Abstract Submission
Abstracts are solicited for oral or poster session formats. The theme for
2003 APHA is, "Behavior, Lifestyle, and Social Determinants of Health."
Consideration will be given to abstracts that (a) promote the caucus
purpose; (b) address one or more of the caucus' three topic areas for 200;
and, (c) fulfill the Abstract Criteria.
Topic Areas for 2003 Solicited Abstracts
I. Distance Education and Informatics
* Integration and dissemination of public
health informatics within student education and workforce development on a
national and global level.
* Advancement of the informatics
infrastructure in public health and the role of academia (e.g., education,
meeting security, regulations, using technology to mediate systems in order
to facilitate communication)
* Leadership competence on current and
emerging laws and policies impacting informatics and distance learning.
"To be persuasive, we must be believable; to be believable, we must be
credible; to be credible, we must be truthful." ~Edward R. Murrow
Geraldine Sanchez Aglipay
Project Manager, Center for Education & Practice
Association of Schools of Public Health
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