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									  NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL
     HEALTH CENTER


45TH NAVY OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
        AND PREVENTIVE
      MEDICINE CONFERENCE




             18-23 March 2006
       Hampton Roads Convention Center
             Hampton, Virginia


  “Emerging Global Health Issues:
   Meeting the Challenge through
      Preventive Medicine”
                             2006 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
                           NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CENTER




                                    COMMANDING OFFICER
                                   CAPT D. A. Hiland, MC, USN

                                     EXECUTIVE OFFICER
                                  CAPT D. M. Novak, MSC, USN

                                 COMMAND MASTER CHIEF
                            HMCM (SW/AW/SCW) D. R. Goodwin, USN

                  NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CENTER FIELD ACTIVITIES


                                 COMMANDING OFFICERS
                           NAVY DRUG SCREENING LABORATORIES

       Navy Drug Screening Laboratory                           Navy Drug Screening Laboratory
            Jacksonville, Florida                                    Great Lakes, Illinois
       LCDR Thomas Bosy, MC, USN                                LCDR Kevin L. Klette, MSC, USN

                                   Navy Drug Screening Laboratory
                                        San Diego, California
                                   CDR Michael L. Finch, MSC, USN


                                  OFFICERS IN CHARGE
                    NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE UNITS

 Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine             Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine
         Unit No. 2, Norfolk, Virginia                          Unit No. 7, Sigonella, Italy
       CAPT Paul Gillooly, MSC, USN                             CAPT Jeff Yund, MC, USN

 Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine             Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine
      Unit No. 5, San Diego, California                       Unit No. 6, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
        CAPT Dean Bailey, MC, USN                            CAPT G. L. Hathaway, MSC, USN

         OFFICERS IN CHARGE                                        NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL
    NAVY DISEASE VECTOR ECOLOGY                                      HEALTH CENTER
        AND CONTROL CENTER                                            DETACHMENT

Navy Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center                     Naval Dosimetry Center
             Jacksonville, Florida                                  Bethesda, Maryland
        CDR Steve Rankin, MSC, USN                               CDR Philip Liotta, MSC, USN
                                  A MESSAGE FROM
                              THE COMMANDING OFFICER
                         NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CENTER



Dear NEHC Conference Participant,

On behalf of the Navy Environmental Health Center (NEHC) staff, I am pleased to welcome you to
Hampton, Virginia and to the Forty-Fifth Navy Occupational Health and Preventive Medicine Conference.

The theme for this year’s Conference, “Emerging Global Health Issues: Meeting the Challenge
through Preventive Medicine,” forms the framework for our multidisciplinary program of outcome-
focused, operationally oriented public health programs in the areas of occupational health, preventive
medicine, health promotion, and operational medicine. Prevention is a key element of Force Health
Protection – essential to maintaining a Healthy and Fit Force and minimizing casualties in both deployed
and non-deployed environments. Given this direct link to the war fighter, we in the Prevention Community
must continually seek innovative ways to monitor and protect the health of those we serve over the full
range of current and future threats. I hope this Conference provides ideas and methods to enhance our
Force Health Protection capability – both individually and collectively.

I am particularly pleased to offer you an opportunity to network with and learn from, not only your
colleagues in your own professional discipline, but also the other health and safety professionals who are
attending. I believe that the Opening Session, multidisciplinary scientific sessions, and social events,
combined with community-specific presentations, will facilitate easy interaction and networking between
all specialties during the Conference.

I encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to share the latest and greatest from our respective
fields, renew old acquaintances, and meet new shipmates. If you have questions, concerns, or
suggestions about the Conference, please feel free to contact any Navy Environmental Health Center
staff member onsite during the Conference.




                                                   D. A. HILAND
                                                   Captain, Medical Corps
                                                   United States Navy
                                                   Commanding Officer
    NAVY OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE CONFERENCE HAMPTON,
                                   VIRGINIA
                              18-23 MARCH 2006

                                  CONFERENCE SECURITY POLICY

The Navy Environmental Health Center (NEHC) is instituting the following conference security policy to
encourage a heightened level of awareness, and to support reporting of suspicious activities or persons
within and around the conference area. All attendees and the supporting conference staff are expected
to follow this policy.

1. Conference attendees and support staff are required to display a conference nametag or valid
government identification card in and around the conference area, and when attending conference
events. Conference nametags are issued to attendees upon check in at the Hampton Roads Convention
Center (HRCC) registration area.

2. Moderators and assigned conference staff shall question individuals within and around the conference
area who do not have a conference nametag or valid government identification card on their person.
Individuals without proper identification will be directed away from the conference activities.

3. All attendees and support staff are asked to watch for and report suspicious persons or activities,
and/or unattended articles such as briefcases, packages, etc. This includes suspicious or unexpected
packages received at the HRCC or left in vans used for transportation between the hotels and the HRCC.

4. Incident reports should be made to session moderators, convention center security, hotel security,
conference staff members, and/or the city police department.

    CONVENTION CENTER SECURITY
          (757) 315-1632

    CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AREA
           POC - Ms. Pat DiBiaso or Ms. Diana Canals

    HOLIDAY INN SECURITY
           Front Desk (757) 838-0200
           Security’s Pager (757) 988-4401 (emergency only)

    CITY OF HAMPTON POLICE DEPARTMENT DISPATCH
            (757) 727-6111
TABLE OF CONTENTS


Opening Ceremony, 20 March 06 ......................................................................................................................................... i

Poster Session ..................................................................................................................................................................... ii

Social Events

             No-Host Reception ................................................................................................................................................ ii

Registration ......................................................................................................................................................................... iii

Courses/Sessions

             13000 – Audiology .................................................................................................................................................1
             11000 – Aviation Medicine Technicians .................................................................................................................2
             15000 – Entomology ..............................................................................................................................................3
             16000 – Environmental Health...............................................................................................................................5
             18000 – Environmental Programs .........................................................................................................................5
             17000 – Epidemiology ...........................................................................................................................................6
             19000 – Health Promotions ...................................................................................................................................9
             20000 – Independent Duty Corpsman .................................................................................................................32
             21000 – Industrial Hygiene ..................................................................................................................................47
             22000 – Occupational Medicine/Occupational Health Nursing ............................................................................53
             25000 – Preventive Medicine...............................................................................................................................60
             24000 – Radiation Health ....................................................................................................................................61
             25000 – Interdisciplinary .....................................................................................................................................64

Computer Learning Center

             Computer Courses and Others ............................................................................................................................82

Meetings ............................................................................................................................................................................84

Detailer Meetings ...............................................................................................................................................................89

Floor Plan Hampton Roads Convention Center and Holiday Inn ...........................................................................................

Disclaimer ..............................................................................................................................................................................




                            THE CONFERENCE IS A NON-SMOKING ENVIRONMENT
                         OPENING CEREMONY
                       MONDAY, 20 MARCH 2006
                  HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER
                  BALLROOM A, B, C & D SECOND FLOOR
Time                 Presentation                             Speaker

0800 – 0810          Colors, Administrative Remarks           CAPT W. J. UPHAM, MSC, USN
                                                              Director, Population Health, NEHC

0810 – 0815          Welcome                                  CAPT D. A. HILAND, MC, USN
                                                              Commanding Officer, NEHC

0815-0820            City of Hampton                          Councilman C. SAPP


0820-0830            Opening Remarks                          MR. W. F. LORENZEN
                                                              Chief of Staff, NMSC


0830-0910            Deputy SG Remarks                        RADM J. M. MATECZUN, MC, USN


0910-0950            Keynote Address                          COL M. A. SHUPP, USMC


0950-1025            Woodward Lecture                         DR. S. OSTROFF, M.D., M.P.H


1025-1030            Closing Remarks                          CAPT W. J. UPHAM, MSC, USN
                                                              Director, Population Health, NEHC

1030-1100            Break


1100-1130            Award Presentation                       CAPT D. A. HILAND, MC, USN
                                                              Commanding Officer, NEHC


                               ADJOURN OPENING CEREMONY

1300-1350            State of the Medical Corps               CAPT S. A. YERKES, MC, USN

                     State of the Dental Corps                CAPT H. FISCHER, DC, USN

                     State of the Medical Service Corps       CAPT W. R. STOVER, MSC, USN

                     Force Master Chief Brief                 HMCM J. L. DIROSA, USN


1400-1440            BUPERS MSC Detailer Brief                LCDR G. B. SCHOELER, MSC, USN
                     BUPERS MC Detailer Brief                 CDR J. P. RIVERA, MC, USN

1300-1700            Specialty Leader Community Briefings
                     (Refer To Your Specialty Section for Details)


There will be a No-Host Reception at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, 1800-2000.



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        CONFERENCE POSTER SESSION

SATURDAY, 18 MARCH – THURSDAY, 23 MARCH 2006

               2ND FLOOR
    HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER

  THE AUTHORS WILL BE ON HAND DURING THE
  NO-HOST RECEPTION ON 20 MARCH 2006, TO
       DISCUSS THEIR PRESENTATIONS.



 THE FOLLOWING SOCIAL EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL
 CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS AND THEIR GUESTS



      CONFERENCE NO-HOST RECEPTION
             Hosted by the City Of Hampton

        DATE: MONDAY, 20 MARCH 2006
               TIME: 1800-2000
                 LOCATION:
          HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER
                     2ND FLOOR
                 BALLROOMS A, B & C




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Registration

REMINDER: Registration will be closed for Opening Ceremonies on 20 March 2006, 0730 – 1030

Conference attendees are required to check-in at the Conference registration area. Attendees who pre-registered for
the Conference by mail, electronically, or by fax will only have to pick up their Conference information packet to
include the Conference Program, and identification badge. Attendees who pre-registered for courses will have
received course approval/confirmation. There will be computers available for attendees to enter, update, or change
course and session selections in the computer room. CEU/CME credit will be done electronically this year. At the end
of the conference you may validate courses/sessions you attended and print your own certificate(s). This can be done
on sight or from any Internet capable computer.

There is no registration fee for the Forty-Fifth Navy Occupational Health and Preventive Medicine Conference.
Please see the schedule below for hours of registration.

Your cooperation in officially registering for the Conference is critical to its success and future
presentations. The Conference must be approved each year by the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, and approval
is directly dependent on the Navy Environmental Health Center being able to demonstrate that the Conference
provides continuing professional education to a significant number of Navy personnel in the occupational health,
preventive medicine, and health promotion communities. For these reasons, registration is requested even for
people attending only part of the Conference. In addition, registering for the Conference is the only way to receive
your Course Attendance and CEC Sheet, which will be used to record continuing education credits.




                                CONFERENCE REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

                        Hampton Roads Convention Center – The Monroe Room
                                        Registration Area

                 Saturday                            March 18                            0700 – 1900

                 Sunday                              March 19                            0700 – 1900

                 Monday                              March 20                            0630 – 0730
                                                                                             &
                                                                                         1030 – 1800

                 Tuesday – Thursday                  March 21 – 23                       0700 – 1800




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                                               AUDIOLOGY
                                           Monday, 20 March 2006
Audiology                                                                              Session No. 13033
NAVY AUDIOLOGY SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 207
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:    Describe the current issues and updates in the audiology community.
Time           Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550    Audiology Specialty Leader Community Brief                 CDR L. SIMS, MSC, USN

                                        Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Audiology                                                                            Session No. 13008
AUDIOLOGY CLINICAL ISSUES
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective: Apply current information and technology in various topic areas of clinical audiology.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)




                                                                                                           AUDIOLOGY
0800 – 0840   History of Navy Audiology                             CDR G. ROVIG, MSC, USN
                                                                    MR. J. PAGE
0840 – 0910   Ototoxic Agents and Hearing Loss                      CDR G. ROVIG, MSC, USN
0910 – 0940   Effects of NAC on Marine Recruits                     CDR M. HOFFER, MC, USN
1000 – 1030   Fitness for Duty Issues                               DR. L. COOK
1030 – 1050   Protocol for Establishing Auditory Fitness            CDR G. ROVIG, MSC, USN
1050 – 1120   Objective Measurements in Determining Fitness for     MR. T. HUTCHISON
              Duty
1300 – 1350   HINT and it's Clinical Use                            DR. S D. SOLI, PhD
1350 – 1440   QuickSin and it’s Clinical Use                        DR. M. KILLION, PhD
1500 – 1520   Connecting Naval EHDI Services to State, Territory,   LT A. JARRETT, MSC, USN
              and Federal EHDI Initiatives
1520 – 1540   Earmold Techniques                                    LT A. HAYES, MSC, USN
1600 – 1640   TRICARE Increases Program Coverage to Include         CDR L. SIMS, MSC, USN
              Hearing Aids for Active Duty Family Members




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                                                                AVIATION MEDICINE TECHNICIANS
                                                                       Tuesday, 21 March 2006
                                Aviation Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                  Session No. 25322
                                AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN PLENARY SESSION I
                                1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 210
                                Time: 0800 – 1600
                                Objective:      Explain updates and address current issues in the AVT Community.
                                Time           Topic                                             Speaker(s)
                                0800 – 0850    Enlisted Technical Leader Brief                   HM1 J. MORRIS, USN
                                0900 – 0950    HMX-1 Brief                                       HM1 J. MORRIS, USN
                                1000 – 1050    Blue Angels                                       HM1 M. TODD, USN
AVIATION MEDICINE TECHNICIANS




                                1400 – 1450    FMF-MAW Session                                   HMC J. RAYMOND, USN
                                1500 – 1600    Safety Center                                     CAPT J. LEE, MS, USN

                                                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
                                Aviation Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                   Session No. 25348
                                AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN PLENARY SESSION I COMPUTER SAMS SOFTWARE
                                UPDATE
                                1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
                                Time: 0800 – 1100
                                Objective:    To ensure attendees are competent in data entry program maintenance and have a good
                                              understanding of SAMS reports and their use.
                                Time          Topic                                              Speaker(s)
                                0800 – 1100   SAMS Updates                                       MRS. D. GREENE
                                                                                                 MR. P. POWERS

                                Aviation Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                  Session No. 25324
                                AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN PLENARY SESSION II
                                1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 202
                                Time: 1300 – 1600
                                Objective: Explain updates and address current issues in the AVT Community.
                                Time          Topic                                             Speaker(s)
                                1300 – 1600   Code 42 Brief                                     MR. C. KOPPY




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                                       Thursday, 23 March 2006
Aviation Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                   Session No. 25325
AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN PLENARY SESSION III
1 Day(s)         Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM C
Time: 0800 – 1500
Objective: Describe the current enlisted issues related to the AVT/APT Community.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850    AIRLANT/AIRPAC                                       HMCS P. KING, USN
0900 – 0950    FORCM                                                CMDCM R. ELLIOTT, USN
1000 – 1100    ECM Brief                                            HMC C. COLLIER, USN
1300 – 1500    AVT School Updates                                   CAPT W. FERRARA, MC, USN



                                          ENTOMOLOGY
                                      Saturday, 18 March 2006
Entomology                                                                              Course No. 15005
CATEGORY 8 RECERTIFICATION (PUBLIC HEALTH PEST CONTROL) (2-DAY)
2 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 201
Time: 0800 – 1600




                                                                                                           ENTOMOLOGY
Objective:    Explain the principles and practices of pest control and safe use of pesticides.
Time          Topic                                                          Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   DoD Category 8 Public Health Pest Control Re-Certification     MR. D. N. WOLFERT
              Training

                                       Sunday, 19 March 2006
Entomology                                                                              Course No. 15005
CATEGORY 8 RECERTIFICATION (PUBLIC HEALTH PEST CONTROL) (2-DAY)
2 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 201
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective: Explain the principles and practices of pest control and safe use of pesticides.
Time           Topic                                                       Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600    DoD Category 8 Public Health Pest Control Re-               MR. D. N. WOLFERT
               Certification Training




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                                     Monday, 20 March 2006
Entomology                                                                             Session No. 15006
ENTOMOLOGY SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 205
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective: Describe current issues and updates in the Entomology community.
Time          Topic                                                       Speaker(s)
1500 – 1640 Entomology Specialty Leader Community Brief                   CAPT G. BEAVERS, MSC, USN

                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Entomology-Interdisciplinary                                                        Session No. 25022
ENTOMOLOGY SPECIALITY SESSION
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 0800 – 1200
Objective:    Describe the current issues and updates in the Preventive Medicine community.
Time           Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 0820    Personal Protection Against Biting Arthropods in OIF LTJG C. JOHNSON, MSC, USN
0820 – 0840    Operation Iraqi Freedom and the War on Sand Flies        LT K. BARBARA, MSC, USN
0840 – 0900    Hurricane Relief Efforts in Louisiana                    LTJG E. RAGASA, MSC, USN
0920 – 0940    Barrier Insecticide Treatments to Control Biting Flies   LCDR B. PRENDERGAST, MSC,
               at MCDR Parris Island, SC                                USN
0940 – 1000    City of Portsmouth and U.S. Navy Joint Mosquito          MR. G. WOJCIK
               Abatement Project at U.S. Navy Fuel Depot, Craney
               Island, VA
1040 – 1100    Navy Entomology in Central–South Iraq During OIF         LCDR G. SCHOELER, MSC, USN
               II
1100 – 1115    NEHC Update                                              LCDR G. TETREAULT, MSC, USN
1115 – 1140    Indonesian Tsunami and Navy Entomology                   LT R. BURRUS, MSC, USN
1140 – 1200    OIF Open Discussion                                      LCDR G. TETREAULT, MSC, USN

                                   Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Entomology                                                                             Course No. 15004
COMPUTER BASED TICK IDENTIFICATION
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 1300 – 1600
Objective:     To promote awareness of proper identification of potential vector-borne disease
               transmitting ticks.
Time             Topic                    Speaker(s)
1300 – 1600      Tick Identification utilizing new computer software.   LTJG E. RAGASA, MSC, USN




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                                   ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
                                     Monday, 20 March 2006
Environmental Health                                                             Session No. 16001
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 202




                                                                                                       ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH / ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS
Time: 1500 – 1730
Objective:   Describe current issues and updates in the Environmental Health community.
Time            Topic                                          Speaker(s)
1500 – 1730     Environmental Health Specialty Leader          CAPT M. HENDERSON, MC, USN
                Community Brief

                                 ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS
                                   Saturday, 18 March 2006
Environmental Programs                                                              Course No. 18003
RISK COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:    Explain knowledge and practice tools necessary to plan and develop effective risk
              communication messages in situations of high concern and low trust.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640   Risk Communication Techniques                       MS. S. MARTINEZ

                                   Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Environmental Programs                                                      Course No. 18002
RISK COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 209
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:    Develop risk communication skills for dealing with the media.
Time          Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350   Risk Communication Principles                     MS. M. SIMMONS
1350 – 1440   Message Development                               MS. M. SIMMONS
1500 – 1640   Risk Communication Message Response               MS. M. SIMMONS




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                                                           EPIDEMIOLOGY
                                                   Saturday, 18 March 2006
               Epidemiology                                                                Session No. 17000
               DISEASE MANAGEMENT SESSION 1
               1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
               Time: 0800 – 1550
               Objective:    Describe the Importance of Disease Management and Evidence-Based Healthcare.
               Time           Topic                                           Speaker(s)
               0800 – 0815    Introduction of Course Faculty. Overview of     LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
                              Agenda. Admin Remarks. Information Disclosure
               0815 – 0905    Introduction to Disease Management              CDR M. STEPHENS, MC, USN
               0905 – 0940    Focus on the Process                            CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
               1000 – 1115    Disease Management Methods                      CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
               1115 – 1140    Roles and Responsibilities                      LCDR J. ELLZY, MC, USNR
               1300 – 1350    Action Plan and Reengineering                   CAPT W. MCBRIDE, MC, USN
               1350 – 1440    Dental Disease Management                       CDR R. SCHUTT, DC, USN
EPIDEMIOLOGY




               1500 – 1550    Review, Learning Curves, Communicate Common MS. G. BEIGHTOL
                              Woes




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                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Epidemiology                                                                          Session No. 17002
DISEASE MANAGEMENT SESSION 2
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:    Develop Familiarity with Current Knowledge Related to Military Health System Disease
              Management.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 0825    New Metrics FY-06 and Beyond                       LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
0825 – 0940    1. Breakout session: Resources and Toolkits        LCDR J. ELLZY, MC, USNR
               2. Breakout session: Metrics & Pop Health          CDR C. GANTT, NC, USN
               Navigator                                          CAPT W. MCBRIDE, MC, USN
               3. Breakout session: Disease Specific Curriculum   LCDR M. PADDEN, MC, USN
                                                                  CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
                                                                  LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
1000 – 1115    1. Breakout session: Resources and Toolkits        LCDR J. ELLZY, MC, USNR
               2. Breakout session: Metrics & Pop Health          CDR C. GANTT, NC, USN
               Navigator                                          CAPT W. MCBRIDE, MC, USN
               3. Breakout session: Disease Specific Curriculum   LCDR M. PADDEN, MC, USN
                                                                  CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
                                                                  LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
1115 – 1140    Medical Informatics Update                         CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
1300 – 1415    1. Breakout session: Resources and Toolkits        LCDR J. ELLZY, MC, USNR
               2. Breakout session: Metrics & Pop Health          CDR C. GANTT, NC, USN
               Navigator                                          CAPT W. MCBRIDE, MC, USN
               3. Breakout session: Disease Specific Curriculum   LCDR M. PADDEN, MC, USN
                                                                  CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
                                                                  LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
1415 – 1440    NMC San Diego Contact Campaign                     CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
1500 – 1615    Action Plan Workshop                               LCDR J. ELLZY, MC, USNR
                                                                  CDR C. GANTT, NC, USN
                                                                  CAPT W. MCBRIDE, MC, USN
                                                                  CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
                                                                  LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
1615 – 1640    Process nature of disease management. Key          LCDR A. VON THUN, MC, USN
               individuals in disease management. Tools available
               for disease management.




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                                      Monday, 20 March 2006
Epidemiology-Interdisciplinary                                                      Session No. 25218
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE/PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 1500 – 1650
Objective:    Describe Occupational and Preventive Medicine issues and their affects on Force Health
              Protection.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1500 – 1650   Preventive Medicine Specialty Leader Community      CAPT J. TUELLER, MC, USN
              Brief

                                     Thursday, 23 March 2006
Epidemiology-Interdisciplinary                                                          Session No. .
APPLIED EPIDEMIOLOGY
1 Day(s)      Location: -HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 0800 – 1100
Objective:    Explain current topics in Applied Epidemiology.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 0940   Clinical Epidemiological Successes from Camp        HMCS A. LAMB, USN
              Lejeune
1000 – 1100   Implementation of CHCS II                           MS. G. BEIGHTOL




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                                        HEALTH PROMOTION
                                       Saturday, 18 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                          Course No. 19035
CHOOSE HEALTHY OPTIONS FOR WELLNESS (CHOW)
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:     Discuss the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, list sports nutrition guidelines for
               military training and special populations, state at least three dietary supplements that
               deter performance, explain how to provide sound nutritional guidelines to military
               members, discuss the importance of food safety in food preparation, explain how to use
               a nutritional assessment tool to plan nutrition initiatives and increase accessibility to
               healthier foods at a command, explain the importance of the Nutrition Facts Label and its
               usefulness in assessing a healthy food choice, describe how the Stages of Change
               Model and strategies can be applied to make healthier options available at a command,
               list credible nutrition resources that support efforts to make healthy food and lifestyle
               choices available.
Time          Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 0815 Student Check-in and Course Introduction                   CS1 J. CERDA , USN




                                                                                                             HEALTH PROMOTION
                                                                       MS. V. HOEHN
                                                                       MS. L. TUBBS
0815 – 0940 Introduction to Nutrition Basics                           MS. V. HOEHN
1000 – 1140 Performance Nutrition                                      MS. L. TUBBS
1300 – 1350 Food Safety & Healthy Food Preparation                     CS1 J. CERDA, USN
1350 – 1440 Environmental Efforts to Support Healthy Eating            MS. L. TUBBS
1500 – 1550 Supporting Healthy Behavior Change                         MS. L. TUBBS
1550 – 1620 Resources as Sources of Support                            MS. L. TUBBS
1620 – 1640 Course Evaluation & Wrap-up                                CS1 J. CERDA, USN
                                                                       MS. V. HOEHN
                                                                       MS. L. TUBBS




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                                        Saturday, 18 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                        Course No. 19046
NAVY HEALTH PROMOTION DIRECTOR COURSE (2-DAY)
2 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM C
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:    Discuss efforts to improve our nation's health, explain the Navy HP and USMC Semper
              Fit's program structure and supporting instructions, describe the characteristics of a
              successful HP Program, determine the command's HP Program needs and interests by
              conducting a command HP Program assessment, discuss the requirements of the
              Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) and how to implement it, describe the process of
              offering effective patient-centered counseling for behavior change, develop an annual HP
              Program Plan, apply program planning strategies to the three HP Program levels,
              conduct effective program evaluation, list at least five resources to support a command
              HP Program, develop a budget for an HP Program, describe how to develop a marketing
              plan for a command HP Program, provide effective presentations to adult learners.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 0840    Introductions & Course Overview                      CAPT D. MCKINZIE, NC, USN
                                                                    CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
                                                                    MS. M. MALSON
                                                                    MRS. S. VICKERS
0840 – 0940    Prevention Agenda for the Nation                     CAPT D. MCKINZIE, NC, USN
1000 – 1050    Navy Health Promotion: The Leadership Challenge CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
1050 – 1140    Successful Models for Health Promotion Programs MRS. S. VICKERS
1300 – 1350    Conducting a Needs and Interest Command              MS. M. MALSON
               Assessment
1350 – 1440    Implementing an Effective PHA Process at the         CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
               Command Level
1500 – 1640    Providing Patient-centered Prevention Counseling     CAPT D. MCKINZIE, NC, USN
                                                                    MRS. S. VICKERS

Health Promotion                                                                      Course No. 19001
PATIENT-CENTERED PREVENTION COUNSELING COURSE (2- DAY)
2 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 209
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:     Identify health issues that can be improved by providing patient-centered prevention
               counseling. Demonstrate how to apply counseling concepts, techniques, and skills that
               are patient-centered. Demonstrate the six steps of prevention counseling.
Time            Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640     Patient-Centered Prevention Counseling              MR. S. HEASTON
                                                                    MRS. N. VON TERSCH




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                                         Saturday, 18 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                          Course No. 19003
TOBACCO FACILITATOR TRAINING 101
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 101
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:      Discuss successful tobacco cessation strategies and interventions, facilitate group
                session 1 of the ACS Fresh Start Program, identify the components of psychological
                addiction, facilitate group session 2 & 3 of the ACS Fresh Start Program, explain the use
                of prescription medications used to assist with tobacco cessation, facilitate group session
                4 of the ACS Fresh Start Program, demonstrate the ability to facilitate various sessions of
                the workshop, describe how to collect and the rationale of why to collect data related to
                the tobacco cessation program, discuss common pitfalls and successes in facilitating the
                program.
Time             Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 0830      Course Introduction                                MS. P. BURNS
                                                                    CAPT M. KLINE, NC, USN
                                                                    DR. M. LONG, Ed.E.
                                                                    MR. L. MARTINEZ
                                                                    MS. S. YOUNGERMAN
0830 – 0940      Successful tobacco cessation strategies and        DR. M. LONG, Ed.E.
                 interventions
1000 – 1040      Facilitate Group Session 1                         MS. P. BURNS
1040 – 1140      Components of psychological addiction              MR. L. MARTINEZ
1300 – 1345      Facilitate Group Sessions 2 & 3                    MS. S. YOUNGERMAN
1345 – 1415      Prescription medications                           CAPT M. KLINE, NC, USN
1415 – 1440      Facilitate Group Session 4                         MS. P. BURNS
1500 – 1610      Perform Roleplay and Teachback of Previous         MS. P. BURNS
                 Lessons                                            CAPT M. KLINE, NC, USN
                                                                    DR. M. LONG, Ed.E.
                                                                    MR. L. MARTINEZ
                                                                    MS. S. YOUNGERMAN
1610 – 1620      Program data collection                            DR. M. LONG, Ed.E.
1620 – 1640      Common pitfalls and successes                      MS. P. BURNS
                                                                    CAPT M. KLINE, NC, USN
                                                                    DR. M. LONG, Ed.E.
                                                                    MR. L. MARTINEZ
                                                                    MS. S. YOUNGERMAN




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                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                        Course No. 19016
DELIVERING AN ABBREVIATED TOBACCO CESSATION CLASS: SKILL BUILDING FOR
EXPERIENCED TOBACCO CESSATION FACILITATORS
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 210
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:     Define an abbreviated tobacco cessation class, identify the benefits and challenges of
               an abbreviated tobacco cessation class, describe current research on abbreviated
               group tobacco cessation interventions, outline the components of successful program
               implementation, identify the content of an abbreviated tobacco cessation class, discuss
               strategies for increasing the accessibility of pharmacotherapy, identify strategies for
               facilitating health behavior change.
Time             Topic                                             Speaker(s)
0800 – 0810      Course outline                                    MS. C. DAVIDSON
                                                                   MS. T. HOLLEY
0810 – 0820      Definition of an abbreviated tobacco cessation    MS. C. DAVIDSON
                 class                                             MS. T. HOLLEY
0820 – 0840      Benefits and challenges of an abbreviated         MS. C. DAVIDSON
                 tobacco cessation class                           MS. T. HOLLEY
0840 – 0855      Current research                                  MS. C. DAVIDSON
                                                                   MS. T. HOLLEY
0855 – 0915      Components of successful program                  MS. C. DAVIDSON
                 implementation                                    MS. T. HOLLEY
0915 – 0940      Course outline                                    MS. C. DAVIDSON
                                                                   MS. T. HOLLEY
1000 – 1030      Increasing the accessibility of pharmacotherapy   MS. C. DAVIDSON
                                                                   MS. T. HOLLEY
1030 – 1100      Setting the foundation for change                 MS. C. DAVIDSON
                                                                   MS. T. HOLLEY
1100 – 1140      Course Review and Q & A                           MS. C. DAVIDSON
                                                                   MS. T. HOLLEY




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                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                       Course No. 19046
NAVY HEALTH PROMOTION DIRECTOR COURSE (2-DAY)
2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM C
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:     Discuss efforts to improve our nation's health, explain the Navy HP and USMC Semper
               Fit's program structure and supporting instructions, describe the characteristics of a
               successful HP Program, determine the command's HP Program needs and interests
               by conducting a command HP Program assessment, discuss the requirements of the
               Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) and how to implement it, describe the process of
               offering effective patient-centered counseling for behavior change, develop an annual
               HP Program Plan, apply program planning strategies to the three HP Program levels,
               conduct effective program evaluation, list at least five resources to support a command
               HP Program, develop a budget for an HP Program, describe how to develop a
               marketing plan for a command HP Program, provide effective presentations to adult
               learners.
Time             Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850      Developing an Annual Health Promotion Program      MRS. S. VICKERS
                 Plan
0850 – 0940      Planning and Scheduling Program Activities         MS. M. MALSON
1000 – 1050      Conducting Program Evaluation                      CAPT D. MCKINZIE, NC, USN
1050 – 1140      Program Resources                                  MRS. S. VICKERS
1300 – 1350      Developing an Annual Budget/Resource List          CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
                                                                    MS. M. MALSON
1350 – 1440      Marketing Strategies                               CAPT D. MCKINZIE, NC, USN
1500 – 1540      Effective Presentations                            MS. M. MALSON
                                                                    MRS. S. VICKERS
1540 – 1640      Small Group Presentations & Course Wrap-up         CAPT D. MCKINZIE, NC, USN
                                                                    CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
                                                                    MS. M. MALSON
                                                                    MRS. S. VICKERS

                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                       Course No. 19001
PATIENT-CENTERED PREVENTION COUNSELING COURSE (2- DAY)
2 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 209
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:     Identify health issues that can be improved by providing patient-centered prevention
               counseling. Demonstrate how to apply counseling concepts, techniques, and skills that
               are patient-centered. Demonstrate the six steps of prevention counseling.
Time            Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640     Patient-Centered Prevention Counseling                   MR. S. HEASTON
                                                                         MRS. N. VON TERSCH




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                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                   Course No. 19007
SEXUAL PARTNER COUNSELING AND REFERRAL
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 202
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Identify basic facts concerning PCRS purpose, contact tracing periods, PCRS
               concepts, PCRS options, and PCRS steps. Demonstrate steps 1-5 of the 11-step
               model.
Time             Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1300 – 1640      Sexual Partner Counseling and Referral              MR. M. MACDONALD

Health Promotion                                                                        Course No. 19015
THE COACHING METHODOLOGY: NEW WAYS TO SUPPORT HEALTHY BEHAVIOR CHANGE
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 101
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Define coaching as a support methodology for change. Discuss the evolution of coaching
               as a profession. Identify coaching's distinguishable characteristics and how it differs from
               other support methodologies. Discuss coaching's applicability to health behavior change.
               Identify coach training programs for health/wellness professionals. Understand the
               Intrinsic Coaching methodology and it's applicability to health behavior change. Identify
               core coaching strategies for facilitating health behavior change.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1300 – 1310     Class Overview                                        MS. T. HOLLEY
1310 – 1320     Definition of coaching                                MS. T. HOLLEY
1320 – 1340     Evolution of coaching as a profession                 MS. T. HOLLEY
1340 – 1410     Coaching's distinguishable characteristics            MS. T. HOLLEY
1410 – 1425     Applicability to health behavior change               MS. T. HOLLEY
1425 – 1440     Coach training programs                               MS. T. HOLLEY
1500 – 1540     Intrinsic coaching                                    MS. T. HOLLEY
1540 – 1620     Strategies for facilitating health behavior change    MS. T. HOLLEY
1620 – 1640     Course review and Q & A                               MS. T. HOLLEY




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                                          Monday, 20 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                        Session No. 19033
NAVY HEALTH PROMOTION TRACK OPENING SESSION
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Discuss barriers to success and optimal solutions for effective HP Program
               implementation, identify current and future HP strategies, policies, practices, and
               initiatives affecting fleet operations, operational support and support services for both
               active and reserve components, identify the needs and interests of the Navy HP
               community, develop a list of Navy HP Program needs and interests to be used for future
               program development.
Time            Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1330     Health Promotion Track introductions and             CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
                presentation of NEHC Command Excellence              MRS. S. VICKERS
                Awards
1330 – 1400     Barriers and solutions for implementing effective    CDR K. AL-KOSHNAW, MSC, USN
                HP Programs                                          MR. W. CALVERT
                                                                     CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
                                                                     MR. S. HEASTON
                                                                     CAPT M. KLINE, NC, USN
                                                                     DR. M. LONG, Ed.E.
                                                                     MR. M. MACDONALD
                                                                     MS. A. MACK
                                                                     CAPT C. RENNIX, MSC, USN (RET)
                                                                     MS. D. SETTLES
                                                                     LCDR A. THOMPSON, NC, USN
                                                                     MR. D. TRONE
                                                                     MS. L. TUBBS
                                                                     MRS. S. VICKERS
                                                                     CAPT L. WILLIAMS, DC, USN
                                                                     CDR L. BOSWELL, MSC, USN
1400 – 1440     HP factors affecting fleet operations, operational   SAME SPEAKERS AS ABOVE
                support and support services for active and
                reserve component
1500 – 1600     Needs and interests of the Navy HP community         SAME SPEAKERS AS ABOVE
1600 – 1640     Roundtable discussion debriefs                       SAME SPEAKERS AS ABOVE




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                                       Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                             Session No. 19029
WEIGHT LOSS MAINTENANCE: THE NATIONAL WEIGHT LOSS REGISTRY
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM C
Time: 0800 – 0850
Objective:     Identify the factors that are important for weight loss. Identify the factors that are important
               for weight maintenance. Explain the difference between weight loss and maintenance of
               weight loss.
Time             Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 0810      Factors important for weight loss                    DR. J. HILL
0810 – 0840      Factors important for weight loss maintenance        DR. J. HILL
0840 – 0850      Differences between weight loss and                  DR. J. HILL
                 maintenance of weight loss

Health Promotion                                                                    Session No. 19040
HOW TO MAKE PEACE WITH YOUR BODY, WITHOUT A PIECE OF CAKE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
Time: 0900 – 0940
Objective:    State how Body Image and Self-Esteem affect weight loss efforts, describe a "Body
              Positive Approach" to developing a positive body image, describe the Emotional Immune
              System.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0900 – 0905    How body image and self-esteem affect weight loss       MS. M. BEAUCHAMP
0905 – 0920    The "Body Positive Approach" to developing a            MS. M. BEAUCHAMP
               positive body image
0920 – 0940    Emotional Immune System                                 MS. M. BEAUCHAMP

Health Promotion                                                                       Session No. 19025
TRANSITIONS IN SAILORS' ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO USE BEFORE ENTERING BASIC TRAINING
AND DURING A-SCHOOL
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 0900 – 0940
Objective:     Identify negative impact of alcohol and tobacco on military personnel. Describe changes in
               alcohol and tobacco use after forced abstinence of basic training and provide actionable
               recommendations for change.
Time             Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0900 – 0910      Negative impact of alcohol and tobacco on military DR. R. BRAY
                 personnel
0910 – 0925      Changes in alcohol use after basic training and       DR. R. BRAY
                 recommendations
0925 – 0940      Changes in tobacco use after basic training and       DR. R. BRAY
                 recommendations




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                                      Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                  Session No. 19030
TRICARE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY LIFESTYLES UPDATE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 0900 – 0940
Objective:    Summarize the rationale for the tobacco cessation, weight management and alcohol
              abuse prevention demonstration projects. Identify the design elements for the TRICARE
              Management Activity tobacco cessation, weight management and alcohol abuse
              prevention education demonstration and pilot projects. Summarize the projected
              outcomes of each study.
Time           Topic                                             Speaker(s)
0900 – 0910    Health-related data as the rationale for the      LCDR M. BRITT, USPHS
               Campaign for Healthy Lifestyles
0910 – 0930    Design and study elements of the tobacco        LCDR M. BRITT, USPHS
               cessation, weight management, and alcohol abuse
               prevention projects
0930 – 0940    Project outcome measures                          LCDR M. BRITT, USPHS

Health Promotion                                                                   Session No. 19027
PREVENTING WEIGHT GAIN: AMERICA ON THE MOVE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 1000 – 1140
Objective:    Discuss why we have an obesity epidemic. Identify goals for addressing the obesity
              epidemic. Describe the components of a national weight gain prevention program,
              America On the Move.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1000 – 1015   Cause of obesity                                    DR. J. HILL
1015 – 1030   Goals for addressing obesity                        DR. J. HILL
1030 – 1140   Components of a national weight gain prevention     DR. J. HILL
              program




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                                          Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                          Session No. 19037
PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF HEALTH FOR DEPLOYED FORCES
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 1000 – 1140
Objective:     Describe the Preventive Medicine guidelines to be considered before, during, and after
               deployment. Discuss the Public Health approach to injury prevention for deploying forces.
               List at least three nutrition initiatives underway to ensure a supply of healthy foods are
               available for deployed forces.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1000 – 1020     Preventive Medicine guidelines for pre-               CAPT J. LAMAR, MC, USN
                deployment, during and post-deployment
1020 – 1040     Five-step public health approach to injury            MR. D. TRONE
                prevention for deployed forces
1040 – 1100     Nutrition initiatives underway to ensure a steady     MS. J. PERSON
                supply of healthy foods during deployment
1100 – 1120     Physical activity initiatives underway for deployed   MS. S. STIELPER
                forces
1120 – 1140     Open Discussion & Q & A                               CAPT J. LAMAR, MC, USN
                                                                      MS. J. PERSON
                                                                      MR. D. TRONE
                                                                      MS. S. STIELPER

Health Promotion                                                                        Session No. 19042
WORK/LIFE PROGRAM FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
Time: 1000 – 1140
Objective:    Identify the U.S. Codes and overarching policies that permit health promotion and
              prevention activities in Federal workplaces. Identify Federal employee estimated risk of
              some health risks preventable or modifiable through physical activity and nutrition
              behavior. Identify Healthier Feds Initiative relationship to the Transtheoretical Model for
              Behavior Change. Describe action steps underway or projected for the Healthier Feds
              Initiative.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1000 – 1015     Overview of the Healthier Feds Initiative             MRS. L. POLK
1015 – 1045     CDC estimates for risks of health conditions to       MRS. L. POLK
                lifestyle choices
1045 – 1120     Define the relationship of the Stages of Change to    MRS. L. POLK
                individual, worksite, or the collective workforce
                attitudes and readiness to change
1120 – 1140     HealthierFeds Initiative Action Steps                 MRS. L. POLK




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                                       Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                      Session No. 19039
TOBACCO CESSATION INITIATIVES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM B
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:     Identify the history and challenges of tobacco cessation in the Veterans Health Care
               System. Identify population issues as they relate to tobacco use and treatment. Describe
               the new VA policies and programs that have been developed to meet these challenges.
Time            Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1300 – 1320     Information about tobacco use in the veteran       DR. K. HAMLETT-BERRY
                populations
1320 – 1330     Overview of population diagnostic categories and   DR. K. HAMLETT-BERRY
                relative risk for tobacco use and treatment
                challenges
1330 – 1350     Overview of recent policy and clinical program     DR. K. HAMLETT-BERRY
                initiatives

Health Promotion                                                                    Session No. 19031
TRICARE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTHY LIFESTYLES UPDATE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 1400 – 1440
Objective:    Summarize the rationale for the tobacco cessation, weight management and alcohol
              abuse prevention demonstration projects. Identify the design elements for the TRICARE
              Management Activity tobacco cessation, weight management and alcohol abuse
              prevention education demonstration and pilot projects. Summarize the projected
              outcomes of each study.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1400 – 1410    Health-related data as the rationale for the         LCDR M. BRITT, USPHS
               Campaign for Healthy Lifestyles
1410 – 1430    Design and study elements of the tobacco             LCDR M. BRITT, USPHS
               cessation, weight management, and alcohol abuse
               prevention projects
1430 – 1440    Project outcome measures                             LCDR M. BRITT, USPHS




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                                      Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                   Session No. 19041
HOW TO MAKE PEACE WITH YOUR BODY, WITHOUT A PIECE OF CAKE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
Time: 1400 – 1440
Objective:    State how Body Image and Self-Esteem affect weight loss efforts, describe a "Body
              Positive Approach" to developing a positive body image, describe the Emotional
              Immune System.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1400 – 1405    How body image and self-esteem affect weight       MS. M. BEAUCHAMP
               loss
1405 – 1420    The "Body Positive Approach" to developing a       MS. M. BEAUCHAMP
               positive body image
1420 – 1440    Emotional Immune System                            MS. M. BEAUCHAMP

Health Promotion                                                                  Session No. 19047
TRANSITIONS IN SAILORS' ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO USE BEFORE ENTERING BASIC
TRAINING AND DURING A-SCHOOL
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
Time: 1400 – 1440
Objective:     Identify negative impact of alcohol and tobacco on military personnel. Describe
               changes in alcohol and tobacco use after forced abstinence of basic training and
               provide actionable recommendations for change.
Time            Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1400 – 1410     Negative impact of alcohol and tobacco on         DR. R. BRAY
                military personnel
1410 – 1425     Changes in alcohol use after basic training and   DR. R. BRAY
                recommendations
1425 – 1440     Changes in tobacco use after basic training and   DR. R. BRAY
                recommendations




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                                   Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                     Session No. 19028
PREVENTING WEIGHT GAIN: AMERICA ON THE MOVE
1 Day(s)         Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:    Discuss why we have an obesity epidemic. Identify goals for addressing the obesity
              epidemic. Describe the components of a national weight gain prevention program, America
              On the Move.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1500 – 1515    Cause of obesity                                      DR. J. HILL
1515 – 1530    Goals for addressing obesity                          DR. J. HILL
1530 – 1640    Components of a national weight gain prevention       DR. J. HILL
               program

Health Promotion                                                                         Session No. 19038
PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF HEALTH FOR DEPLOYED FORCES
Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:    Describe the Preventive Medicine guidelines to be considered before, during, and after
              deployment. Discuss the Public Health approach to injury prevention for deploying forces.
              List at least three nutrition initiatives underway to ensure a supply of healthy foods are
              available for deployed forces.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1500 – 1520    Preventive Medicine guidelines for pre-deployment, CAPT J. LAMAR, MC, USN
               during and post-deployment
1520 – 1540    Five-step public health approach to injury            MR. D. TRONE
               prevention for deployed forces
1540 – 1600    Nutrition initiatives underway to ensure a steady     MS. J. PERSON
               supply of healthy foods during deployment
1600 – 1620    Physical activity initiatives underway for deployed   MS. S. STIELPER
               forces
1620 – 1640    Open Discussion & Q & A                               CAPT J. LAMAR, MC, USN
                                                                     MS. J. PERSON
                                                                     MR. D. TRONE
                                                                     MS. S. STIELPER




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                                         Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                        Session No. 19043
WORK/LIFE PROGRAM FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 108-109
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:      Identify the U.S. Codes and overarching policies that permit health promotion and
                prevention activities in Federal workplaces. Identify Federal employee estimated risk of
                some health risks preventable or modifiable through physical activity and nutrition
                behavior. Identify Healthier Feds Initiative relationship to the Transtheoretical Model for
                Behavior Change. Describe action steps underway or projected for the Healthier Feds
                Initiative.
Time             Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1500 – 1515      Overview of the Healthier Feds Initiative            MRS. L. POLK
1515 – 1545      CDC estimates for risks of health conditions to      MRS. L. POLK
                 lifestyle choices
1545 – 1620      Define the relationship of the Stages of Change      MRS. L. POLK
                 to individual, worksite, or the collective workforce
                 attitudes and readiness to change
1620 – 1640      Healthier Feds Initiative Action Steps               MRS. L. POLK

                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                          Course No. 19013
EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING STRESS MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 101
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:    Define terms associated with stress management, complete a personal stress
              assessment, discuss personal stress assessment results with others with similar scores,
              present small group results to larger group, explain the value and use of stress
              mediators, list at least three cognitive techniques for reducing stress, describe how the
              A+B=C equation can help them manage stress, describe how to dispute irrational self-
              talk, list at least three types of physical techniques for reducing stress.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0830    Course Introduction                                   MR. J. PORTER
0830 – 0900    Definition of terms related to stress                 MR. J. PORTER
0900 – 0940    Stress Assessment to identify personal stressors      MR. J. PORTER
1000 – 1010    Stress mediators                                      MR. J. PORTER
1010 – 1045    Cognitive Techniques for reducing stress              MR. J. PORTER
1045 – 1050    D stands for dispute                                  MR. J. PORTER
1050 – 1140    Physical techniques for reducing stress               MR. J. PORTER




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                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                         Course No. 19019
INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES FOR PHYSICAL CONDITIONING
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:    Describe weight training concepts and protocols for safe strength and conditioning
              practices. Analyze and critique proper movement form when completing traditionally used
              strength and conditioning exercises. Analyze foot types, footwear patterns, running
              mechanics to provide advice for injury prevention techniques relative to foot
              type/footwear. Identify the body's core stabilizers and their importance in enhancing
              postural control. Discuss how the use of balance, agility, and plyometric type exercises
              can enhance dynamic movement stabilization.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0800 – 0840    Weight training concepts and protocol for analyzing,    DR. J. ONATE
               critiquing, and tracking strength and conditioning      MS. S. STIELPER
               exercises
0840 – 0940    Recommendations for footwear and proper running         DR. J. ONATE
               mechanics to reduce injury and improve                  MR. D. TRONE
               performance
1000 – 1050    The body's core stabilizers and core stabilizer         DR. J. ONATE
               exercises
1050 – 1140    Use of balance, agility, and plyometric exercises       DR. J. ONATE
               safely to enhance dynamic movement stabilization

Health Promotion                                                                             Session No. 19011
PERFORMANCE NUTRITION FOR READINESS
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM C
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:      State nutrient and fluid needs of active individuals. List the sports nutrition guidelines for
                military training and some special populations. Identify at least three dietary supplements
                that can affect performance. Explain how to provide sound nutritional guidance to military
                members according to the American Dietetic Association (ADA).
Time             Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850      Macronutrient needs of active individuals             MS. L. TUBBS
0850 – 0940      Sports nutrition guidelines for military members      MS. L. TUBBS
1000 – 1040      Dietary Supplements that affect performance           MS. L. TUBBS
1040 – 1140      Providing sound nutritional guidance to military      MS. L. TUBBS
                 members




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                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                          Course No. 19008
PROMOTING SEXUAL HEALTH
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 204
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:     Improving the ability of participants, working in a variety of settings, to promote sexual
               health at the command and community level.
Time            Topic                                                        Speaker(s)
0800 – 0830     Course overview                                              MR. M. MACDONALD
0830 – 0925     Health indicators and key components of a sexual health MR. M. MACDONALD
                promotion campaign
0925 – 0940     Sources of sexual health educational materials and           MR. M. MACDONALD
                training
1000 – 1030     Key components of a targeted condom access strategy          MR. M. MACDONALD
1030 – 1140     Effective condom use skills/teaching techniques              MR. M. MACDONALD

Health Promotion                                                                        Course No. 19005
SHIPSHAPE PROGRAM FACILITATOR/INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:     Explain how to organize the 8-week ShipShape program activities. Discuss the
               psychological issues associated with weight loss and weight management. List specific
               physical activity and calorie restriction techniques needed for weight loss and weight
               management. Identify and communicate accurate sources of nutrition information.
               Explain how to assist participants in identifying personal objectives and weight loss
               strategies. Discuss how to address long-term weight loss maintenance issues.
Time             Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 0830      Administrative Responsibilities of Program             MR. S. HEASTON
                 Facilitator/Coordinator
0830 – 0900      Psychological issues associated with weight loss       MR. S. HEASTON
                 and weight management
0900 – 0940      Physical activity and calorie restriction techniques   MR. S. HEASTON
                 needed for weight loss and weight management
1000 – 1030      Identifying and communicating sources of               MR. S. HEASTON
                 accurate nutrition information
1030 – 1100      Assisting participants in identifying personal         MR. S. HEASTON
                 objectives and weight loss strategies
1100 – 1140      Long term weight loss maintenance issues               MR. S. HEASTON




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                                       Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                        Course No. 19014
EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING STRESS MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 101
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:    Define terms associated with stress management, complete a personal stress
              assessment, discuss personal stress assessment results with others with similar
              scores, present small group results to larger group, explain the value and use of stress
              mediators, list at least three cognitive techniques for reducing stress, describe how the
              A+B=C equation can help them manage stress, describe how to dispute irrational self-
              talk, list at least three types of physical techniques for reducing stress.
Time           Topic                                                         Speaker(s)
1300 – 1330    Course Introduction                                           MR. J. PORTER
1330 – 1400    Definition of terms related to stress                         MR. J. PORTER
1400 – 1440    Stress Assessment to identify personal stressors              MR. J. PORTER
1500 – 1510    Stress mediators                                              MR. J. PORTER
1510 – 1545    Cognitive Techniques for reducing stress                      MR. J. PORTER
1545 – 1550    D stands for dispute                                          MR. J. PORTER
1550 – 1640    Physical techniques for reducing stress                       MR. J. PORTER

Health Promotion                                                                       Course No. 19020
INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES FOR PHYSICAL CONDITIONING
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Describe weight training concepts and protocols for safe strength and conditioning
               practices. Analyze and critique proper movement form when completing traditionally
               used strength and conditioning exercises. Analyze foot types, footwear patterns,
               running mechanics to provide advice for injury prevention techniques relative to foot
               type/footwear. Identify the body's core stabilizers and their importance in enhancing
               postural control. Discuss how the use of balance, agility, and plyometric type exercises
               can enhance dynamic movement stabilization.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1300 – 1340     Weight training concepts and protocol for             DR. J. ONATE
                analyzing, critiquing, and tracking strength and      MS. S. STIELPER
                conditioning exercises
1340 – 1440     Recommendations for footwear and proper running DR. J. ONATE
                mechanics to reduce injury and improve          MR. D. TRONE
                performance
1500 – 1550     The body's core stabilizers and core stabilizer       DR. J. ONATE
                exercises
1550 – 1640     Use of balance, agility, and plyometric exercises     DR. J. ONATE
                safely to enhance dynamic movement stabilization




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                                        Wednesday, 22 March 2006
 Health Promotion                                                                         Session No. 19012
 PERFORMANCE NUTRITION FOR READINESS
 1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM C
 Time: 1300 – 1640
 Objective:      State nutrient and fluid needs of active individuals. List the sports nutrition guidelines
                 for military training and some special populations. Identify at least three dietary
                 supplements that can affect performance. Explain how to provide sound nutritional
                 guidance to military members according to the American Dietetic Association (ADA).
 Time              Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
 1300 – 1350       Macronutrient needs of active individuals                  MS. L. TUBBS
 1350 – 1440       Sports nutrition guidelines for military members           MS. L. TUBBS
 1500 – 1540       Dietary Supplements that affect performance                MS. L. TUBBS
 1540 – 1640       Providing sound nutritional guidance to military members MS. L. TUBBS

Health Promotion                                                                           Course No. 19009
PROMOTING SEXUAL HEALTH
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 204
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Improving the ability of participants, working in a variety of settings, to promote sexual
               health at the command and community level.
 Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
 1300 – 1330     Course overview                                       MR. M. MACDONALD
 1330 – 1425     Health indicators and key components of a sexual      MR. M. MACDONALD
                 health promotion campaign
 1425 – 1440     Sources of sexual health educational materials and MR. M. MACDONALD
                 training
 1500 – 1530     Key components of a targeted condom access            MR. M. MACDONALD
                 strategy
 1530 – 1640     Effective condom use skills/teaching techniques       MR. M. MACDONALD




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                                 Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                         Course No. 19006
SHIPSHAPE PROGRAM FACILITATOR/INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective: Explain how to organize the 8-week ShipShape program activities. Discuss the
             psychological issues associated with weight loss and weight management. List specific
             physical activity and calorie restriction techniques needed for weight loss and weight
             management. Identify and communicate accurate sources of nutrition information. Explain
             how to assist participants in identifying personal objectives and weight loss strategies.
             Discuss how to address long-term weight loss maintenance issues.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1300 – 1330 Administrative Responsibilities of Program               MR. S. HEASTON
            Facilitator/Coordinator
1330 – 1400 Psychological issues associated with weight loss and     MR. S. HEASTON
            weight management
1400 – 1440 Physical activity and calorie restriction techniques     MR. S. HEASTON
            needed for weight loss and weight management
1500 – 1530 Identifying and communicating sources of accurate        MR. S. HEASTON
            nutrition information
1530 – 1600 Assisting participants in identifying personal           MR. S. HEASTON
            objectives and weight loss strategies
1600 – 1640 Long term weight loss maintenance issues                 MR. S. HEASTON

                                       Thursday, 23 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                     Session No. 19034
COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM F
Time: 0800 – 0850
Objective:     Define combat/operational stress. Describe combat/operational stress reactions (COSRs)
               and psychiatric conditions associated with deployment and why these two groupings
               need to be distinguished from each other. Describe the estimated incidence of psychiatric
               conditions among service members in theatre and following return. Discuss strategies for
               addressing stress amongst service members during all phases of deployment.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0810     Definition of combat/operational stress               CDR J. KENNEDY, MSC, USN
0810 – 0820     Psychological effects of deployment                   CDR J. KENNEDY, MSC, USN
0820 – 0830     Incidence of stress injuries and psychiatric          CDR J. KENNEDY, MSC, USN
                conditions
0830 – 0850     Prevention of COSRs and worse                         CDR J. KENNEDY, MSC, USN




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                                        Thursday, 23 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                   Session No. 19021
RIGHT SPIRIT CAMPAIGN
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM G
Time: 0900 – 0940
Objective:     State the Navy's policy on alcohol abuse. Describe the challenges commands
               encounter reducing alcohol abuse. List six reasons why some Navy commands are
               more successful than others in reducing alcohol abuse. Discuss current Fleet-wide
               initiatives to reduce alcohol abuse.
Time            Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0900 – 0910     Right Spirit Campaign                              MR. L. BUTLER
0910 – 0920     Command challenges to reducing alcohol abuse       MR. L. BUTLER
0920 – 0930     Navy command success strategies                    MR. L. BUTLER
0930 – 0940     Current Fleet-wide initiatives                     MR. L. BUTLER

Health Promotion                                                                    Session No. 19024
SUICIDE PREVENTION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 0900 – 0940
Objective: Discuss current suicide prevention policy in the Navy. List current sources of Suicide
             Prevention training opportunities in the Navy. Describe current Suicide Prevention
             research in the Navy.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0900 – 0910 Navy suicide prevention policy                          CDR A. DORAN, MSC, USN
0910 – 0925 Navy suicide prevention training                        CDR A. DORAN, MSC, USN
0925 – 0940 Navy suicide prevention research                        CDR A. DORAN, MSC, USN




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                                      Thursday, 23 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                  Session No. 19032
PERIODIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT (PHA)
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM B
Time: 1000 – 1140
Objective:    Discuss updates regarding the PHA Instruction. Discuss the benefits of providing an
              HRA at a command. Describe how to implement the Fleet & Marine Corps HRA as an
              integral part of the PHA process. Describe how the PHA could be implemented at each
              type of command.
Time           Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
1000 – 1030    Updates to the PHA Instruction                           CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
1030 – 1040    Benefits of offering an HRA                              MR. S. HEASTON
1040 – 1050    Steps to offering the Fleet & Marine Corps HRA           MR. S. HEASTON
1050 – 1140    Implementing the PHA at each type of command             CDR P. DORN, NC, USN
                                                                        HMSC W. MCCORKILL, USN
                                                                        LCDR A. THOMPSON, NC, USN

Health Promotion             CANCELED--------Session No. 19044 --------CANCELED
AN INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICAL PROGRAM EVALUATION: AVOIDING ROADBLOCKS ON THE
WAY TO IMPROVED ACCOUNTABILITY AND ENHANCED PERFORMANCE
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM B
Time: 1000 – 1140
Objective:     Apply the basic components of the CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public
               Health. Develop evaluation efforts that yield findings useful for accountability to diverse
               stakeholders and ongoing program improvement. Recognize and address the typical
               mistakes in program evaluation planning and implementation.
Time             Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1000 – 1030      CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public       DR. G. MACDONALD
                 Health
1030 – 1100      Utilization-focused approach to program              DR. G. MACDONALD
                 evaluation
1100 – 1140      Problems and solutions for program evaluation        DR. G. MACDONALD
                 planning and implementation




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                                      Thursday, 23 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                      Session No. 19022
US PHARMACOPEIA, DIETARY SUPPLEMENT STANDARDS AND VERIFICATION PROGRAMS
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM F
Time: 1000 – 1140
Objective: Discuss US regulations for dietary supplements, state the mission of USP and discuss its
             185 years of standard setting activities in the health care industry, describe USP's role in
             improving the quality of dietary supplements through its verification programs for dietary
             supplements and dietary ingredients.
Time          Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
1000 – 1030 Overview of U.S. Regulations of Dietary Supplements        DR. J. ATWATER
1030 – 1105 Overview of USP                                            DR. J. ATWATER
1105 – 1140 USPs role in verifying dietary supplements and dietary DR. J. ATWATER
            ingredients

Health Promotion                                                                    Session No. 19017
HEALTH AND PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT IN CORPORATE AMERICA: IMPLICATIONS FOR
THE NAVY
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM G
Time: 1300 – 1440
Objective:     Identify the five components of Health & Productivity Management (HPM). Describe the
               various forms of HPM that can be found in Corporate America. List the major implications
               of these HPM developments for the Navy. Discuss plans to implement the HPM within
               the DoN.
Time            Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1320     Definition and introduction to HPM                   MR. L. CHAPMAN
1320 – 1340     Forms of HPM in Corporate America                    MR. L. CHAPMAN
1340 – 1400     Major implications of HPM for the Navy               MR. L. CHAPMAN
1400 – 1440     DoN support and plans for implementation of          MR. W. TATE
                HPM




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                                      Thursday, 23 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                                          Session No. 19018
A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE ECONOMIC RETURN EVIDENCE FROM WORKSITE WELLNESS
PROGRMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MILITARY POPULATIONS
1 Day(s)      Location: -HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER-BALLROOM G
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:    Identify the major methodological options for analysis of Economic Return of Worksite
              Wellness Programs. Describe the major studies of economic return cited in the peer
              reviewed literature. Summarize the implications of this literature for military populations.
Time           Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1500 – 1530    The economic return for worksite wellness              MR. L. CHAPMAN
               programs
1530 – 1600    The major studies showing economic return for          MR. L. CHAPMAN
               worksite wellness
1600 – 1640    Applicability of peer reviewed studies for the         MR. L. CHAPMAN
               military population

Health Promotion                  CANCELED--------Session No. 19045 --------CANCELED
AN INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICAL PROGRAM EVALUATION: AVOIDING ROADBLOCKS ON THE
WAY TO IMPROVED ACCOUNTABILITY AND ENHANCED PERFORMANCE
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM B
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective: Apply the basic components of the CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health.
             Develop evaluation efforts that yield findings useful for accountability to diverse stakeholders
             and ongoing program improvement. Recognize and address the typical mistakes in program
             evaluation planning and implementation.
Time          Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
1500 – 1530   CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public           DR. G. MACDONALD
              Health
1530 – 1600   Utilization-focused approach to program evaluation       DR. G. MACDONALD
1600 – 1640   Problems and solutions for program evaluation            DR. G. MACDONALD
              planning and implementation




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                                                                   Thursday, 23 March 2006
                            Health Promotion                                                                        Session No. 19023
                            US PHARMACOPEIA, DIETARY SUPPLEMENT STANDARDS AND VERIFICATION PROGRAMS
                            1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM F
                            Time: 1500 – 1640
                            Objective:      Discuss US regulations for dietary supplements, state the mission of USP and discuss
                                            its 185 years of standard setting activities in the health care industry, describe USP's
                                            role in improving the quality of dietary supplements through its verification programs for
                                            dietary supplements and dietary ingredients.
                            Time             Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
                            1500 – 1530      Overview of US Regulations of Dietary Supplements        DR. J. ATWATER
                            1530 – 1605      Overview of USP                                          DR. J. ATWATER
                            1605 – 1640      USPs role in verifying dietary supplements and dietary   DR. J. ATWATER
INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPSMAN




                                             ingredients

                                                              INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPSMAN
                                                                  Saturday, 18 March 2006
                            Independent Duty Corpsman                                                            Course No. 20000
                            BCLS RECERTIFICATION (2 – DAYS)
                            2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 204
                            Time: 0800 – 1600
                            Objective:    Explain the principles and practices of CPR. Demonstrate the physical application of CPR.
                            Time           Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
                            0800 – 1600 IDC BCLS Recertification                                      HM1 A. ALI, USN
                                                                                                      HM1 K. BLIEFERNICH, USN
                                                                                                      HM1 M. GRAVEN, USN
                                                                                                      HMC J. MEEKER, USN

                            Independent Duty Corpsman                                                          Course No. 20004
                            CBRE (2 DAYS)
                            2 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
                            Time: 0800 – 1600
                            Objective: Explain the principles and practices of CBRE. Demonstrate the physical application of
                                         CBRE.
                            Time          Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
                            0800 – 1600 Principals and practices                                  HMC(SS) M. WATERS, USN




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                                      Saturday, 18 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Course No. 20003
TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE (TCCC) (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:    Explain the principles and practices of TCCC. Demonstrate the physical application of
              TCCC.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   IDC Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)            DR. STEPHEN GIEBNER

                                     Sunday, 19 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                          Course No. 20000
BCLS RECERTIFICATION
2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 204
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective: Explain the principles and practices of CPR. Demonstrate the physical application of CPR.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   IDC BCLS Recertification                            HM1 A. ALI, USN
                                                                  HM1 K. BLIEFERNICH, USN
                                                                  HM1 M. GRAVEN, USN
                                                                  HMC J. MEEKER, USN

                                         Sunday, 19 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                              Course No. 20004
CBRE (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:      Explain the principles and practices of CBRE. Demonstrate the physical application of
                CBRE.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600    Principals and practices                                HMC(SS) M. WATERS, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                           Course No. 20003
TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE (TCCC) (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:    Explain the principles and practices of TCCC. Demonstrate the physical application of
              TCCC.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600    IDC Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)                DR. STEPHEN GIEBNER




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                                         Monday, 20 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Course No. 25136
FORCE MASTER CHIEF BRIEF
 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B & C
Time: 1300-1350
Objective: Summary of the current status of the Hospital Corps from the Force Master Chief of Navy
             Medicine.
Time          Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
1300-1350     Force Master Chief Brief                                FORCM J. DIROSA, USN

                                       Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                           Course No. 20026
ACLS COURSE (2-DAY)
2 Day(s)    Location: NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER PORTSMOUTH – BLDG 3 ROOM 3
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:    Explain the principles and practices of ACLS. Demonstrate the physical application of
              ACLS.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600     IDC ACLS Course (2 Day)                               LT A. ALFONSO, MSC, USN
                                                                      HMCS (SS/FMF) K. BOYCE, USN
                                                                      LT D. HARRIS, USN, RET
                                                                      HMCS (SS/DV) R. HUDSON, USN
                                                                      CAPT P. KELLEHER, MC, USN
                                                                      HMC J. MEEKER, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                           Session No. 20005
SPORTS MEDICINE AND THE TREATMENT OF STRESS FRACTURES
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
Time: 0830 – 0950
Objective:     Explain the current treatment protocols with common Sports injuries.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0830 – 0900     Common sports injuries                                CDR R. NORDNESS, MC, USN
0900 – 0920     Differentiate minor sports injuries versus surgical   CDR R. NORDNESS, MC, USN
                intervention
0920 – 0950     Different diagnosis and treatment protocols for       CDR R. NORDNESS, MC, USN
                stress fractures




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                                      Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                        Session No. 20006
TREATMENT & LONG TERM MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT RELATED WOUNDS
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
Time: 1000 – 1050
Objective:     Explain how to treat and provide long term management of combat related wounds.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1000 – 1030    Common errors and myths regarding wound care         CAPT W. MCDONALD, MC, USN
               and the different types of wounds that require
               special care
1030 – 1050    Treatments and referral requirements                 CAPT W. MCDONALD, MC, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                            Session No. 20007
FATIGUE COUNTER-MEASURES ON THE BATTLEFIELD
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
Time: 1100 – 1200
Objective: Define and describe methods to prevent fatigue on the battlefield.
Time            Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1100 – 1130     Methods to prevent fatigue on the battlefield       LCDR L. LITTLEJOHN, MC, USN
1130 – 1200     Different techniques to counter fatigue in the      LCDR L. LITTLEJOHN, MC, USN
                operational setting

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Session No. 20010
HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE FOR THE IDC
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:    Describe how to identify, manage and treat high altitude sickness in the operation
              environment.
Time           Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    Current standards in the identification, management and HMC R. ROAN, USN
               treatment of high altitude sickness

Independent Duty Corpsman                                         Session No. 20009
MEAL RECOVERY AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR THE FORWARD DEPLOYED
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM C
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:    Identify dietary needs and suitable meal choices.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350   Meal recovery and nutritional supplements in           MS. L. TUBBS
              operational settings.




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                                     Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                         Session No. 20020
ROLE AND MISSION OF THE IDC ASSIGNED TO MILITARY SEALIFT COMMANDS
1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM C
Time: 1300 – 1450
Objective: Explain the current role and mission of the MSCs.
Time            Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1300 – 1325     Mission and requirements of the MSC                 HMCS (SW/FMF/AW) D.
                                                                    PANGALANGAN, USN
1325 – 1450     Role the MSC plays in Anti-terrorism                HMCS (SW/FMF/AW) D.
                                                                    PANGALANGAN, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                          Session No. 20008
SPECIAL WARFARE BRIEF
1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:     Describe current issues regarding Special Warfare Medicine.
Time            Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350     Current issues regarding Special Warfare medicine   HMCS (SW/FMF) D. MULLEN,
                                                                    USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                            Session No. 20042
HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE FOR THE IDC
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 204
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective: Describe how to identify, manage, and treat high altitude sickness in the operation
            environment.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1400 – 1450 Current standards in the identification, management     HMC R. ROAN, USN
            and treatment of high altitude sickness

Independent Duty Corpsman                                        Session No. 20012
MEAL RECOVERY AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR THE FORWARD DEPLOYED
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM C
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective:     Identify dietary needs and suitable meal choices.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1400 – 1450     Meal recovery and nutritional supplements in          MS. L. TUBBS
                operational settings.




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                                        Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                       Session No. 20043
ROLE AND MISSION OF THE IDC ASSIGNED TO MOBILE SECURITY GROUP SQUADRONS
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOMS 102
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective:    Explain the current role and mission of the Military Sealift Commands.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1400 – 1450    Discuss the mission of the MSG                     HMCS (DSW/FMF) J.
                                                                  RICHARDSON , USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                          Session No. 20011
SPECIAL WARFARE BRIEF
1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective: Describe current issues regarding Special Warfare Medicine.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1400 – 1450   Current issues regarding Special Warfare medicine   HMCS (SW/FMF) D. MULLEN, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                           Session No. 20017
FMF AND CB BREAKOUT
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 1500 – 1600
Objective: Describe the current issues and updates in the IDC community relating to FMF and CB
             medicine and Force Health Protection.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1500 – 1600 Current changes and issues in the IDC community.      HMCS (SW/FMF) D. MULLEN, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20016
SUBMARINE FORCE BREAKOUT
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM B
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective: Describe the current issues in the IDC community relating to Submarine Medicine and
            Force Health Protection.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550    Submarine Independent Duty Corpsman Breakout       HMCS W. WALSH, USN




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                                        Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20015
DIVE AND SPECIAL WARFARE BREAKOUT
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER - CONFERENCE ROOM C
Time: 1500 - 1550
Objective:     Describe the current issues and updates in the IDC community relating to Dive and
               SEAL Medicine and Force Health Protection.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1500 - 1550    Current issues in the IDC community relating to    HMCS S. ALLISON, USN
               Dive & Seal Medicine

 Independent Duty Corpsman                                                           Session No. 20018
 SURFACE FORCE BREAKOUT
 1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
 Time: 1500 – 1600
 Objective:     Describe the current issues and updates in the IDC community relating to surface
                medicine and Force Health Protection, manning, supply, and SEAPOWER 21.
Time            Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1500 – 1600     Surface Independent Duty Corpsman Breakout        HMCM P. QUILL, USN

                                    Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                          Session No. 20022
IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT OF POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 0800 – 0850
Objective:    Describe effective Combat Stress Control techniques.
Time          Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 0825   Definition, common signs, symptoms and treatment HMCS D. MULLEN (SW/FMF, USN)
              methods for combat stress.
0825 – 0850   Definition, common signs, symptoms and treatment HMCS D. MULLEN (SW/FMF) , USN
              methods for PTSD.

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                            Session No. 20027
REGIONAL ANESTHIA
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 209
Time: 0800 – 0900
Objective:    Describe how to provide regional anesthesia in an operation setting under emergency
              conditions.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 0900    Anesthia regulations and regimens                  HMCS (PMT/ETL) E.BANKARD,
                                                                  USN




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                                     Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                           Session No. 20044
TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE (TCCC) INSTRUCTOR COURSE (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective: Explain the instructor principles and practices of TCCC.
Time            Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600     Principles and practices in an operational environment   LT P. PARKS, MC, USN
                (Day 1)

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Course No. 20026
ACLS COURSE (2-DAY)
2 Day(s)      Location: NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER PORTSMOUTH – BLDG 3 ROOM 3
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:    Explain the principles and practices of ACLS. Demonstrate the physical application of
              ACLS.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   IDC ACLS Course (2 Day)                             LT A. ALFONSO, MSC, USN
                                                                  HMCS (SS/FMF) K. BOYCE, USN
                                                                  LT D. HARRIS, USN, RET
                                                                  HMCS (SS/DV) R. HUDSON, USN
                                                                  CAPT P. KELLEHER, MC, USN
                                                                  HMC J. MEEKER, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                            Session No. 20028
IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT OF HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCIES
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 0900 – 0950
Objective:    Explain how to identify, manage and treat hypertension in the operational setting.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0900 – 0950    Current standards in the identification, management LT J. BURKE, MC, USN
               and treatment of hypertension and hypertensive      HMC A. CARPENTIER, USN
               emergencies

Independent Duty Corpsman                                     Session No. 20029
IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT OF COMMON ENT DISORDERS AND EMERGENCIES
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM F
Time: 1000 – 1050
Objective: Describe how to identify, manage and treat common ENT disorders and emergencies.
Time          Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1000 – 1030 Review common ENT problems                           HMCS (PMT/ETL) E. BANKARD, USN
1030 – 1050 Review the signs, symptoms, management and           HMCS (PMT/ETL) E. BANKARD, USN
            treatment of ENT emergencies




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                                     Wednesday, 22 March 2006
 Independent Duty Corpsman                                                        Session No. 20030
 IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT OF COMMON HEADACHE DISORDERS
 1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM F
 Time: 1100 – 1200
 Objective:    Recognize and treat common, cluster, and tension and migraine headaches in the
               operational setting.
 Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
 1100 – 1130   Signs and symptoms. of common, cluster, tension     MS. M. BRESLIN
               and migraine headaches
 1130 – 1200   Differential diagnosis, treatments, and referral    MS. M. BRESLIN
               requirements for neurological conditions

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                              Session No. 20031
INTRODUCTION TO UNIT INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL READINESS (IMR) REPORTING
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 109
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:         Explain the requirements and elements of IMR.
Time            Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1300 – 1335     Requirements and elements of IMR                       MS. E. SHORKEY
1335 – 1350     Encrypting and uploading and IMR file                  MS. E. SHORKEY

 Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20034
 DERMATOLOGY IN THE OPERATIONAL SETTING
 1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
 Time: 1300 – 1400
 Objective:     Explain how to identify, manage and treat common dermatological problems
                encountered in the operational setting, including MRSA.
 Time           Topic                                                     Speaker(s)
 1300 – 1330    Common dermatological disorders and the differential      HMCS K. STAPLES, USN
                diagnosis
 1330 – 1400    Treatments and referral requirements for dermatological   HMCS K. STAPLES, USN
                conditions




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                             Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20033
WOMEN'S HEALTH IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:      Describe common contraception methods, including emergency contraception, and
                common gynecological problems, that can be encountered in the clinical and
                operational environment.
 Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
 1300 – 1350    IDC Women's Health                                 LT D. KINESTON, MC, USN

 Independent Duty Corpsman                                                        Session No. 20038
 DERMATOLOGY IN THE OPERATIONAL SETTING
 1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
 Time: 1400 – 1500
 Objective: Explain how to identify, manage and treat common dermatological problems encountered
              in the operational setting including MRSA.
 Time          Topic                                              Speaker(s)
 1400 – 1430 Common dermatological disorders and the              HMCS K. STAPLES, USN
             differential diagnosis
 1430 – 1500 Treatments and referral requirements for             HMCS K. STAPLES, USN
             dermatological conditions

 Independent Duty Corpsman                                            Session No. 20035
 INTRODUCTION TO UNIT INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL READINESS (IMR) REPORTING
 1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 109
 Time: 1400 – 1450
 Objective:       Explain the requirements and elements of IMR.
 Time             Topic                                               Speaker(s)
 1400 – 1440      Requirements and elements of IMR                    MS. E. SHORKEY
 1440 – 1450      Encrypting and uploading and IMR file.              MS. E. SHORKEY

 Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20037
 WOMEN'S HEALTH IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
 1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM B
 Time: 1400 – 1450
 Objective:     Describe common contraception methods, including emergency contraception, and
                common gynecological problems that can be encountered in the clinical and operational
                environment.
 Time            Topic                                             Speaker(s)
 1400 – 1450     IDC Women's Health                                LT D. KINESTON, MC, USN




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                            Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                               Session No. 20040
IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT OF DENTAL EMERGENCIES
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 210
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:    Identify and manage the treatment of common dental emergencies encountered in the
              operational setting.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1500 – 1530    Review treatment of common dental emergencies        CDR J. BROWNING, DC, USN
1530 – 1550    Easy and effective ways of preventing oral           CDR J. BROWNING, DC, USN
               diseases and emergencies

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Session No. 20041
MANMED CH-15 REVIEW
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 109
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:    Describe changes in the ManMed Ch-15.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550    Chapter 15 Updates                                    CDR F. KASS, MC, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Session No. 20039
TRANSITION TO THE CIVILIAN COMMUNITY
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:    Describe the current issues and concerns when transitioning to the civilian sector as a
              retired IDC.
Time           Topic                                            Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550    IDC Transition to the Civilian Community          HMCM (SW) M. WELDON, USN (RET)

Independent Duty Corpsman-Interdisciplinary          CANCELLED---Session No. 25047 ---CANCELLED
USE AND DEMONSTRATION OF SAMS NATURALLY SPEAKING PROGRAM
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:       Explain the elements of the current version of SAMS.
Time               Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550        SAMS Program Update                               CDR M. WEINER, MC, USN




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                                      Thursday, 23 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20060
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF OCULAR INJURIES AND DISEASES
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER- BALLROOM A
Time: 0800 – 0900
Objective:    How to treat and provide emergent care and management of ocular injuries. How to
              diagnosis and treat common ocular disorders.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0830    Review common ocular injuries, disorders, and         HMC (SW/FMF) D. MULLEN, USN
               treatment methods
0830 – 0900    Treatment and referral requirements                   HMC (SW/FMF) D. MULLEN, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                              Course No. 20044
TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE (TCCC) INSTRUCTOR COURSE (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:    Explain the instructor principles and practices of TCCC.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600    Physical application (Day 2)                          LT P. PARKS, MC, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Session No. 20047
THERMAL INJURIES
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER- BALLROOM E
Time: 0900 – 0950
Objective:    Explain how to identify, manage, and treat thermal injuries in an operational setting.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0900 – 0915    Discuss types and severity of blast injuries          LT A. ALFONSO, MC, USN
0915 – 0930    Discuss soft tissue injury vs deep organ injury       LT A. ALFONSO, MC, USN
0930 – 0950    Discuss treatment methods for soft tissue injuries,   LT A. ALFONSO, MC, USN
               deep organ damage and internal bleeding
               associated with blast injury




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                                      Thursday, 23 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                                 Session No.
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF TROPICAL MEDICINE DISEASES
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 1000 – 1100
Objective:    Explain how to treat and provide emergent care and management of Tropical Medicine
              Diseases.
Time          Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1000 – 1050   Treatment methods for common and emergent          HMC (SS/SW/AW) L.GONZALES, USN
              tropical medicine diseases
1050 – 1100   Open forum for questions and answers               HMC (SS/SW/AW) L.GONZALES, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                       Session No. 20055
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF CARDIAC RELATED CHEST PAIN
1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER-BALLROOM E
Time: 1100 – 1200
Objective:    Explain how to treat and provide emergent care and management of Cardiac Related
              Chest Pain.
Time          Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
1100 – 1115   Review common and emergent causes of non-cardiac           HMC A. CARPENTIER, USN
              chest pain
1115 – 1130   Review common and emergent causes of cardiac related HMC A. CARPENTIER, USN
              chest pain
1130 – 1200   Discuss treatment and referral requirements for            HMC A. CARPENTIER, USN
              conditions that are unresponsive to conventional
              treatment in an operational setting

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Session No. 20061
CURRENT ISSUES IN RADIATION HEALTH PROGRAM
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:     Describe current issues in the Radiation Health Program.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    Current Issues in the Radiation Health Program        HMC (SS) R. ABERNATHY, USN




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                                       Thursday, 23 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                            Session No. 20067
HYPERBARIC MEDICINE SESSION 1
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:     Explain the current treatment processes and issues of Hyperbaric medicine.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1300 – 1325    Common hyperbaric emergency signs and              CAPT P. KELLEHER, MC, USN
               symptoms
1325 – 1350    Management and treatment of hyperbaric             CAPT P. KELLEHER, MC, USN
               emergencies including the latest procedures

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                          Session No. 20049
PREVENTIVE HEALTH ASSESSMENT SESSION I
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:    Explain the process of conducting the PHA, documentation of the information from the
              interview and referrals, as needed.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1300 – 1325   Describe PHA Elements                               MRS. N. VON TERSCH
1325 – 1330   Describe different strategies on completing the     MRS. N. VON TERSCH
              PHA at the command level
1330 – 1350   Describe the importance of expeditious referrals    MRS. N. VON TERSCH
              when needed

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                     Session No. 20053
PROMOTION AND SELECTION BOARD BRIEF SESSION 1
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective: Describe the current processes and common problems encountered during selection
            boards.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    Discuss current trends, analysis and               HMCM(SW/FMF) K. BARTH, USN
               recommendations pertaining to enlisted selection
               board briefs




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                                      Thursday, 23 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                               Session No. 20062
CURRENT ISSUES IN RADIATION HEALTH PROGRAM
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM – 106
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective:     Describe current issues in the Radiation Health Program.
Time            Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1400 – 1450     Current Issues in the Radiation Health Program     HMC (SS) R. ABERNATHY, USN

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                          Session No. 20068
HYPERBARIC MEDICINE SESSION 2
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective:    Explain the current treatment processes and issues of Hyperbaric medicine.
Time           Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1400 – 1425    Common hyperbaric emergency signs and               CAPT P. KELLEHER, MC, USN
               symptoms
1425 – 1450    Management and treatment of hyperbaric              CAPT P. KELLEHER, MC, USN
               emergencies including the latest procedures

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                             Session No. 20058
PREVENTIVE HEALTH ASSESSMENT SESSION 2
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective:     Explain the process of conducting the PHA, documentation of the information from the
               interview and referrals, as needed. Describe lessons learned from pilot site.
Time            Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1400 – 1425     Describe PHA Elements                              MRS. N. VON TERSCH
1425 – 1430     Describe different strategies on completing the    MRS. N. VON TERSCH
                PHA at the command level
1430 – 1450     Describe the importance of expeditious referrals   MRS. N. VON TERSCH
                when needed

Independent Duty Corpsman                                                      Session No. 20056
PROMOTION AND SELECTION BOARD BRIEF SESSION 2
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 209
Time: 1400 – 1450
Objective: Describe the current processes and common problems encountered during selection
            boards.
Time           Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1400 – 1450    IDC Promotion & Selection Board Brief Session 2     HMCM(SW/FMF) K. BARTH, USN




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                                    Thursday, 23 March 2006
Independent Duty Corpsman                                                         Session No. 20064
HQ USMC TMO BRIEF
1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM E
Time: 1530 – 1600
Objective: Describe the current issues at HQMC as it pertains to Health Services.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1530 – 1600   Current issues regarding health services              HMC (SW/FMF) D. MULLEN, USN



Independent Duty Corpsman                                                  Session No. 20057
FLEET FORCES SURGEON BRIEF
1 Day(s)    Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 1500 – 1530
Objective:     Describe current status of the Fleet Force Command Surgeon.
Time            Topic                                              Speaker(s)




                                                                                                         INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
1500 – 1530     Fleet Forces Command Medical Assets                CAPT M. KRENTZ, MC, USN

                                       INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
                                      Saturday, 18 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene                                                                    Course No. 21001
AFLOAT SAFETY OFFICER COURSE – HOW TO SUCCEED
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 210
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective: Indoctrinate audience on afloat policies and utilize afloat resources (TYCOM, INSURV,
              NEPMUs, MTFs, NAVSEA, NAVSESS, CNO).
Time          Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600 Afloat Safety Officer Course – How to Succeed          LCDR G. MORRIS, MSC, USN

Industrial Hygiene-Interdisciplinary                                             Course No. 25028
LEAD SAFE WORK PRACTICES
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective: Increase awareness about the hazards of lead-based paint and then teach techniques that
               will reduce the risk of lead poisoning.
Time          Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   Lead Safe Work Practices                             MR. M. HANCOCK




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                                           Saturday, 18 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene-Interdisciplinary                                                           Course No. 25015
INTRODUCTION TO CBRN AGENTS
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 207
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:      List the major chemical warfare agents, their characteristics, toxicology and symptoms of
                exposure and treatment. List the five primary biological threat agents, the symptoms of
                exposure and treatment. List the primary hazards associated with exposure to the three
                types of ionizing radiation, the methods for reducing exposure, and the treatment for
                exposure. Apply the basic principles of identification, evaluation and control to incidents
                involving the accidental or intentional release of chemical, radiological, or biological agents.
 Time           Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
 0800 – 1700    Introduction to CBRN Agents                                CDR W. JEDERBERG, MSC, USN
                                                                           CAPT K. STILL, MSC, USN (RET)

Industrial Hygiene-Interdisciplinary                                                  Course No. 25011
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:      Describe current strategies for occupational exposure assessments and operation of a
                modern computer software program for exposure assessment.
 Time            Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
 0800 – 1700     Occupational Exposure Assessment                       MR. J. BISHOP, MS, CIH
                                                                        MS. L. CROWDER, CIH
                                                                        DR. P. HEWETT. PH.D., CIH
                                                                        MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH, CIH
                                                                        MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                        MR. L. TURNER, MES, CIH

                                          Sunday, 19 March 2006
 Industrial Hygiene                                                                     Course No. 21002
 SYSTEM SAFETY 101
 1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 205
 Time: 0800 – 1700
 Objective:       Give a clear understanding of the time sequencing and tasks required to implement a
                  system safety program.
 Time              Topic                                                       Speaker(s)
 0800 – 1700       System Safety 101                                           MR. R. FITZPATRICK




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                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene-Interdisciplinary                                                Course No. 25011
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:      Describe current strategies for occupational exposure assessments and operation of a
                modern computer software program for exposure assessment.
Time            Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700     Occupational Exposure Assessment                     MR. J. BISHOP, MS, CIH
                                                                     MS. L. CROWDER, CIH
                                                                     DR. P. HEWETT. Ph.D., CIH
                                                                     MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH, CIH
                                                                     MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                     MR. L. TURNER, MES, CIH

Industrial Hygiene-Interdisciplinary                                                    Course No. 25027
HEAT STRESS TRAINING: CONCEPTS OF HEAT STRESS PHYSIOLOGY, MONITORING, AND
GUIDANCE ASHORE AND AFLOAT
1 Day(s)          Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 0830 – 1530
Objective:        To identify the procedures/equipment for monitoring environmental conditions; review
                  the components of physiology of thermoregulation as it relates to heat stress
                  conditions; and provide current information on heat stress guidance for both ashore
                  and afloat platforms.
Time            Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0830 – 1530     Heat Stress Training: Concepts of Heat Stress         MR. J. HEANEY
                Physiology, Monitoring, and Guidance Ashore and
                Afloat

                                         Monday, 20 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene                                                                     Session No. 21007
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SESSION I (1/2 DAY SEMINAR)
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:      To provide attendees with a powerful new decision making tool: Baysesian Decision
                Analysis. “Attendees are encouraged to bring in exposure data sets for topic discussion.”
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1640    Design and Implementation of Sampling Strategies     DR. P. HEWETT
               That Explicitly Utilize Professional Judgment




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                                        Monday, 20 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene-Interdisciplinary                                                 Session No. 25216
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 201
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:     Describe the current issues and updates in the Industrial Hygiene community.
Time             Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
1500 – 1640      Industrial Hygiene Community Brief                         CAPT E. GODWIN, MSC, USN

                                     Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene                                                               Course No. 21015
DOEHRS-IH HANDS-ON TRAINING (MORNING SESSION)
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:     Familiarize the IH community with DOEHRS IH and the exposure assessment model.
Time           Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 1140    DOEHRS IH Hands-On Training                         CDR E. ROBINSON, MSC, USN (RET)

Industrial Hygiene                                                                        Session No. 21006
FUNDAMENTALS OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT FOR THE IHO
1 Day(s)        Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 1300 – 1550
Objective:       To enable you to know yourself before you lead. (Topic will address ways to learn your
                 own personality, learn your capabilities, giving yourself an objective look, and developing
                 your own style of effective leadership.) To address effectively managing time, money,
                 people and projects. To address professional goals, military career and personal goals.

Time             Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
1300 – 1550      Fundamentals of Leadership and Management for the CAPT P. GILLOOLY, MSC, USN
                 IHO                                               CAPT E. GODWIN, MSC, USN
                                                                   CDR D. HAGEN, MSC, USN

Industrial Hygiene                                                            Course No. 21017
DOEHRS-IH HANDS-ON TRAINING (AFTERNOON SESSION)
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM C
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective: Familiarize the IH community with DOEHRS IH and the exposure assessment model.
Time           Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1300 – 1640    DOEHRS-IH Hands-On Training                         CDR E. ROBINSON, MSC, USN (RET)




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                                       Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene                                                                       Session No. 21012
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SESSION II
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:       Demonstrate the functionality of the first release of DOEHRS-IH scheduled for full
                 deployment in summer 2006; discuss the implementation of OSHA’s National
                 Emergency Management Plan in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina; describing a new
                 two-part amine-cured epoxy coating; discuss case study of pneumatic sanding of aircraft
                 components involving hexavalent chromium paint; discuss several ergonomic concerns
                 on board high–speed combatant crafts; and explain how new commercially available
                 ventilation units reduce exposure to organic vapors during fuel cell repair of jet fighters.
Time              Topic                                                       Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350       DOEHRS-IH                                                   MR. J. BISHOP
                                                                              MAJ. B. SOBEL, BSC, USAF
1350 – 1415       New Chapter, Chapter 26 - Chemical-Biological-              MR. R. F. MAIELLO, MPH
                  Radiological-Nuclear-Explosive (CBRNE), NAVOSH
                  MANUAL, OPNAVINST 5100.23G
1415 – 1440       Navy CBRN Respirator Program for First Responders           MR. D. SPELCE, MS, CIH

1500 – 1525       Adventures in "Fast-Clad": Introducing a New Two-Part       MR. K. SMITH
                  Epoxy Coating
1525 – 1550       Case Study of Chromate and Hexavalent Chromium              MS. C. JENNINGS
                  Exposures During Pneumatic Sanding of Aircraft
                  Components at a Naval Facility
1550 – 1615       The Industrial Hygienist's Role in Health Surveillance      LT K. HARRER, MSC, USN
                  for High-Speed Combatant Craft Operators
1615 – 1640       Effectiveness of New Commercial Ventilation Units in     MR. A. VILLAMORA
                  Minimizing Exposure to Military Jet Propulsion Fuel, JP-
                  5 and Other Organic Vapors During Fuel Cell Repair of
                  a Navy Fighter Jet




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                                          Thursday, 23 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene                                                                      Session No. 21011
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SESSION III
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective: Discuss the occupational health implications for molecular nanotechnology and micro-
               fluidics; identify workplace exposures to heavy metals in VLS missile blast residue;
               describe procedures for handling OSHA complaints aboard Navy ships; discuss and
               identify lead exposures to weapons’ instructors during training exercises; discuss the long
               term effects of particulate matter; identify and present a CBRNE incident response
               program at a Navy medical facility; and provide update on laboratory performance under
               new program requirements for asbestos identification .
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850   Occupational Health Implications for Molecular         DR. J.T. PIERCE, MBBS, PhD
              Nanotechnology and Micro-Fluidics: Friend or Foe
0850 – 0915   Workplace Exposure to Heavy Metals Found in            LCDR T. JIRUS, MSC, USN
              Vertical Launching System (VLS) Missile Blast
              Residue
0915 – 0940   How to Save Your Job When OSHA Comes                   LCDR T. JIRUS, MSC, USN
              Knocking at Your Door (Dealing with OSHA
              Compliance Officers)
1000 – 1025   Lead Overexposures to Weapons' Instructors             MS. C. JENNINGS
              During Anti-Terrorism Training Exercises
1025 – 1050   Long Term Health Effects of Ambient Particulate        DR. L. CHEN, PhD
              Matter
1050 – 1115   Development of a Hospital-Based CBRNE Incident         LTJG A. SHUFUTINSKY, MSC, USN
              Response Program
1115 – 1140   Performance of Navy Laboratories in the                MR. J. ENNIS
              Identification and Quantitation of Bulk Asbestos
              Proficiency Test Samples




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                                          Thursday, 23 March 2006
Industrial Hygiene                                                                       Session No. 21009
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SESSION IV
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Describe the Navy’s scrap metal recycling program and the potential hazards associated
               with its torch-cutting process; discuss exposure driven medical surveillance in the Navy
               Occupational Health Program; discuss Navy Industrial Hygiene’s staffing levels required to
               accomplish its assigned mission; identify ways to reduce hexavalent chromium exposure
               during aircraft corrosion control work; and describe the IH role in maintaining a healthy
               force throughout the Navy through an open meeting of IHs.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1325    Case Study of Occupational Exposures During          MS. C. LAVERY
               Torch-Cutting Operations at a Navy Metal
               Recycling Yard
1325 – 1350




                                                                                                             OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
               Exposure driven Medical Surveillance Alternative     MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
1350 – 1415    Navy Industrial Hygiene Staffing Formula: Review     MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH, CIH
               and Recommendations
1415 – 1440    Vacuum Assisted Tools and Glove Bags Reduce          MRS. E. HOLLAND
               Chromium VI Exposure During Aircraft Corrosion
               Control Work
1500 – 1640    Industrial Hygiene Town Hall Symposium               MS. J. ERDMAN, MS, CIH, CSP
                                                                    CAPT E. GODWIN, MSC, USN
                                                                    MR. M. MILLER, MPH, CIH
                                                                    MS. P. PERRICH, CIH
                                                                    MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                    MR. M. TIANENMSPH, CIH
                                                                    MS. C. TREADWELL, MS, CIH, CSP

                                     OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
                                  Saturday, 18 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                             Course No. 22016
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE PRIMER COURSE (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective: Occupational Medicine Review Course.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640 Occupational Medicine Primer Course                      DR. C. MITCHELL, MD., MPH, MS
                                                                     DR. V. WEAVER, MD, MPH




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                                     Saturday, 18 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                            Course No. 22008
SPIROMETRY IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE (NIOSH-APPROVED #102: 20 HOUR COURSE)
3 Day(s)     HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:   Perform screening spirometry using approved spirometry equipment and determine an
             employee's lung function values and the need for follow-up.
Time          Topic                                             Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700   Spirometry in Occupational Medicine               MS. A. ANCHETA
                                                                MS. D. ANDERSON
                                                                MS. M. CALLAHAN
                                                                MRS. L. DAY
                                                                CDR F. LITOW, MC, USN
                                                                MS. M. ONG
                                                                MRS. M. POHLHAUS
                                                                MS. S. WILSON


                                   Sunday, 19 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                              Course No. 22016
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE PRIMER COURSE (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective: Occupational Medicine Review Course.
Time          Topic                                            Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640   Occupational Medicine Primer Course              DR. C. MITCHELL, MD., MPH, MS
                                                               DR. V. WEAVER, MD, MPH




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                                     Sunday, 19 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                              Course No. 22008
SPIROMETRY IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE (NIOSH-APPROVED #102: 20 HOUR COURSE)
3 Day(s)     HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:     Perform screening spirometry using approved spirometry equipment and determine an
               employee's lung function values and the need for follow-up.
Time           Topic                                           Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    Spirometry in Occupational Medicine             MS. A. ANCHETA
                                                               MS. D. ANDERSON
                                                               MS. B. APPLEGATE
                                                               MS. M. CALLAHAN
                                                               MRS. L. DAY
                                                               CDR F. LITOW, MC, USN
                                                               MS. M. ONG
                                                               MRS. M. POHLHAUS
                                                               MS. S. WILSON


                                       Monday, 20 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                             Course No. 22008
SPIROMETRY IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE (NIOSH-APPROVED #102: 20 HOUR COURSE)
3 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 1200 – 1640
Objective:    Perform screening spirometry using approved spirometry equipment and determine an
              employee's lung function values and the need for follow-up.
Time          Topic                                            Speaker(s)
1200 – 1640   Spirometry in Occupational Medicine              MS. A. ANCHETA
                                                               MS. D. ANDERSON
                                                               MS. B. APPLEGATE
                                                               MS. M. CALLAHAN
                                                               MRS. L. DAY
                                                               MS. M. ONG
                                                               MS. S. WILSON




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                                     Monday, 20 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                              Session No. 22004
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE SESSION
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM D
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:    Describe occupational health issues relating to the profession of nursing.
Time           Topic                                            Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    Department of Labor Nurse Update                 MS. L. DECARLO
1350 – 1640    Navy Occupational Health Nurse Update            MS. J. BRIDGER
                                                                MS. L. O’BERRY
                                                                MRS. M. POHLHAUS

Occupational Medicine                                              Session No. 22019
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE SPECIALTY UPDATE
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:     Occupational Medicine updates.
Time            Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550     Occupational Medicine Specialty Leader Update     CDR F. LITOW, MC, USN
1550 – 1640     Occupational Medicine BUMED Update                CDR R. WILKENING, MC, USN
Please Note: This session is directly following the State of the Medical Corps Brief and Detailer
Briefs.

Interdisciplinary                                                                    Session No. 25218
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE/PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 1500 – 1650
Objective:      Describe Occupational and Preventive Medicine issues and their affects on Force Health
                Protection.
Time          Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1500 – 1650   Preventive Medicine Specialty Leader Community       CAPT J. TUELLER, MC, USN
              Brief




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                                       Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                                 Session No. 22006
ARE YOU UP TO CODE?
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 207
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:    Identify how to use ICD-9 and CPT codes to ensure Occupational Health encounters are
              accurately recorded for consistent reporting and trending. Explain coding issues for better
              documentation of services provided.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0825    History and progress of the official system of        DR. J. ALLEN
               assigning codes.
0825 – 0940    Commonly used codes.                                  DR. J. ALLEN
1000 – 1115    Coding scenarios.                                     DR. J. ALLEN
1115 – 1140    Various references for coding.                        DR. J. ALLEN

Occupational Medicine                                                               Session No. 22010
SPIROMETRY UPDATE FOR THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH STAFF
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 1300 – 1700
Objective:    Identify problems in obtaining valid spirometry. Describe procedures to maximize high
              quality spirometry technique. Identify spirometry techniques which confound diagnoses.
Time           Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1300 – 1700    Procedures to maximize high quality spirometry    MS. B. APPLEGATE
               techniques.                                       MRS. L. DAY

                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                       Session No. 22002
HOT TOPICS IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE I
1 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM G
Time: 0800 – 1350
Objective:   Discuss hot topics related to the Occupational Medicine field.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850   The Hottest in Hot Topics in Occupational Medicine    DR. L BETTS, MD, PhD, CIH
0850 – 0940   Cardiovascular Risk Stratification                    CDR K. SUMPTION, MC, USN
1000 – 1050   Occupational Lung Disease                             LCDR F.PIERCE, MC, USN
1050 – 1140   Indoor Air Quality – Know your Mold!                  DR. J. MULLER, MD, MPH
1140 – 1300   Virginia College of Occupational and Environmental DR. L BETTS, MD, PhD, CIH
              Medicine
1300 – 1350   Building and Marketing Your Occupational Medicine CDR F. LITOW, MC, USN
              Practice
Please Note: 1140 – 1300 is a meeting during lunch.




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                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                                                Session No. 22003
MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE AND CERTIFICATION EXAMINATIONS IN THE OCCUPATIONAL
HEALTH CLINIC SETTING
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM B
Time: 0800 – 1550
Objective:    Define "stressors", identify periodicity and components of physical exam and lab work
              association with Medical Surveillance procedures Manual and Matrix requirements, and
              identify appropriate counseling for workers to protect themselves when working with
              chemical stressors.
Time          Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 0825   Occupational Health Medical Surveillance and        CDR M. JAN, MC, USN
              Certification Computer Program                      MRS. M. POHLHAUS
0825 – 0850   Laser (Class IIIb and IV)                           MRS. G. DOUGHERTY
0850 – 0915   Mixed Solvents                                      MRS. G. DOUGHERTY
                                                                  MRS. M. HACKBART
0915 – 0940   Herbicides                                          MRS. M. HACKBART
1000 – 1025   Lead                                                MRS. L. DAY
1025 – 1050   Isocyanates                                         MRS. L. DAY
1050 – 1115   Otto Fuel                                           MS. D. BATES
1115 – 1140   Child Care                                          MS. D. BATES
1300 – 1325   Respirator                                          CAPT L. SMICK, MC, USN (RET)
1325 – 1350   Vibration                                           MRS. S. DAVIS
1350 – 1415   Cadmium                                             MRS. S. DAVIS
1415 – 1440   Formaldehyde                                        LCDR M. MEIER, MC, USN
1500 – 1525   Methylene Chloride                                  LCDR M. JACOBS, MC, USN
1525 – 1550   Methylenedianiline                                  LCDR M. JACOBS, MC, USN




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                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Occupational Medicine-Interdisciplinary                                             Session No. 25062
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE: DEPLOYMENT HEALTH AND DISASTER RELIEF
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM G
Time: 1350 – 1640
Objective:    Discuss current topics relating to Deployment Health and Disaster Relief.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1350 – 1440    Domestic Disaster Management – Red Cross              LCDR M. LAPPI, MC, USN
               Lessons Learned from Hurricanes Rita and Katrina
1500 – 1550    Emergency Response to Internal and External           CAPT L. SMICK, MC, USN (RET)
               Radiologic Contamination
1550 – 1640    Early Diagnosis of Chemical, Biologic, or Radiation   DR. A. PAPIER, MD
               Induced Disease – The AMEDD Real Time
               Diagnostic Reference System

                                       Thursday, 23 March 2006
Occupational Medicine-Interdisciplinary                                             Session No. 25017
UNDERSTANDING WORKER'S COMPENSATION
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:    Describe the Federal Employee's Compensation Act and initiatives for cost containment
              and best practices at the clinic, regional and national level.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850   Medical Issues in the Workplace                        MR. P. SPOTTSWOOD, JD
0850 – 0940   Overview of the Federal Employees Compensation         CAPT N. NAITO, MC, USN
              Act (FECA)
1000 – 1050   Worker's Compensation Cost Control Programs            CDR D.MCMILLAN, MC, USN
1050 – 1140   Do Occupational Medicine Physicians Make a             DR. E. BERNACKI, MD, MPH
              Difference?
Note: Also see: 19017 – Health and Productivity Management in Corporate America: Implications
for the Navy

Occupational Medicine -Interdisciplinary                                               Session No. 25032
VISION ISSUES IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
1 Day(s)      Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:    Describe the aspects of establishing and enhancing a sight conservation program (a CD-
              ROM will be given to attendees). Explain diagnosis, care, and treatment of eye injuries.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550   Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness          LCDR B. HATCH, MSC, USN
              Program – Vision Screening/Testing Modalities




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                                                                        Thursday, 23 March 2006
                                 Occupational Medicine-Interdisciplinary                                            Session No. 25033
                                 UPDATE ON CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY/HEARING CONSERVATION
                                 1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103
                                 Time: 1550 – 1640
                                 Objective:     Describe information on various hearing conservation and clinical audiology topics.
                                 Time                   Topic                                         Speaker(s)
                                 1550 – 1640            Update on Clinical Audiology/Hearing          LCDR J. BEALER, MC, USN
                                                        Conservation


                                                                PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIANS
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN




                                                               Tuesday, 21 March 2006
                                 Interdisciplinary                                                                  Session No. 25065
                                 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE INTERDISCIPLINARY II
                                 1 Day(s)          Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 205
                                 Time: 0800 – 1140
                                 Objective:       Describe current issues and updates in the Preventive Medicine Community affecting
                                                  Force Health Protection.
                                 Time              Topic                                          Speaker(s)
                                 0800 – 0810       Course overview                                CAPT J. LAMAR, MC, USN
                                 0810 – 0900       Describe challenges in Preventive Medicine     CAPT E. KILBANE, MC, USN
                                                   Issues for BUMED
                                 0900 – 0940       List and describe the issues affecting the     CDR R. MARTSCHINSKE, MC, USN
                                                   Public Health Emergency Officer (PHEO)
                                 1000 – 1050       Describe current research efforts in Disease   CDR M. RYAN, MSC, USN
                                                   Prevention at Naval Health Research Center
                                 1050 – 1140       List Surveillance Issues and Tools             MRS. A. RIEGODEDIOS


                                                     CANCELED--------Thursday, 23 March 2006--------CANCELED
                                 Preventive Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                  Session No. 25064
                                 APPLIED EPIDEMIOLOGY
                                 1 Day(s)       Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
                                 Time: 0800 – 1100
                                 Objective:    Explain current topics in Applied Epidemiology.
                                 Time           Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
                                 0800 – 0940    Clinical Epidemiological Successes from Camp           HMCS A. LAMB, USN
                                                Lejeune
                                 1000 – 1100    Implementation of CHCS II                              MS. G. BEIGHTOL




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                                         RADIATION HEALTH
                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Radiation Health                                                                        Course No. 24001
MAMMOGRAPHY PHYSICS COURSE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 207
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective: Explain the basic principles of mammography equipment, and the clinical aspects of breast
             cancer detection and diagnosis. Describe the basics of film screen and digital
             mammography. Explain mammography machine surveys, quality control testing, and
             standards and measurements.

Time           Topic                                                       Speaker(s)
0800 – 0900 The Making of a Mammogram: An Overview of Breast               DR. D. JACOBSEN
            Cancer Detection Using X-Rays
0900 – 1000 Mammography Equipment Technology Update: State of              DR. D. JACOBSEN
            Conventional Technology Including Image Quality and
            Radiation Dose




                                                                                                           RADIATION HEALTH
1015 – 1130 Tips and Tricks for Performing Film/Screen Mammography DR. D. JACOBSEN
            Surveys
1130 – 1200 MQSA Regulations Update Including Digital                      DR. D. JACOBSEN
1300 – 1445 Digital Mammography Technology and QC Procedures:              DR. D. JACOBSEN
            Current State of Full-Field System QC Measurements and
            Performance
1500 – 1700 Stereotactic Breast Biopsy Units: Applications and Survey      DR. D. JACOBSEN
            Procedures

                                      Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Radiation Health                                                                    Course No. 24002
HEALTH PHYSICS
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:      Discuss the principles and methods of causal analysis and problem identification,
                and their application to Health Physics and Medical Physics. Determine through a
                systematic process, what is/are the underlying root cause or causes of an adverse
                event, to ensure that corrective actions prevent recurrence of that event and related
                events.
Time             Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 1140      Causal Analysis & Problem Identification – As         MR. N. WOODHOUSE
                 Applicable to Health/Medical Physics




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                                    Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Radiation Health                                                                    Course No. 24003
MEDICAL PHYSICS
1 Day(s)         Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:     Explain about the recent advances in imaging systems and what the requirements are
               for the American College of Radiology (ACR) Accreditation Programs. Explain the
               differences in image intensifiers use in fluoroscopic imaging systems. Describe survey
               techniques for digital dental imaging systems. Discuss radiation risks associated with
               mammography. Discuss lessons learned following implementation of NUREG-1556 at
               a medical facility, and its impact on the Naval Radioactive Materials Permit (MRMP)
               Program.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    Recent Advances in Imaging Systems                   CDR M. LOSCOCCO, MSC, USN
1350 – 1415    Requirements for ACR Accreditation Programs          LTJG S. JONES, MSC, USN
1415 – 1440    Comparison of Image Intensifiers in Fluoroscopy      LT M. PARRY, MSC, USN
1500 – 1525    Survey Techniques for Digital Dental Imaging         LT J. MILES, MSC, USN
               Systems
1525 – 1615    Radiation Risk Assessment in Mammography             CDR L. BENEVIDES, MSC, USN
1615 – 1640    Lessons Learned Following Implementation of          LT T. SHARP, MSC, USN
               NUREG-1556 at a Medical Facility




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                                     Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Radiation Health                                                                       Course No. 24005
CURRENT ISSUES IN RADIATION HEALTH
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM E
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:     Describe current topics of interest to the Radiation Health community in various program
               areas including medical, shipboard, industrial, and research programs. Describe
               updates on the organization and current status of BUMED-M342, OPNAV-N455,
               NAVSEA-04N, AIRPAC TYCOM, and the Naval Dosimetry Center. Additionally, describe
               updates on Medical Physics and current issues of the Navy Medical Physics Advisory
               Board (MPAB). Describe current status on the deployment of the DT-702 LiF
               Thermoluminescent Dosimeter (TLD). Radiofrequency (RF) Radiation Safety and related
               emerging technologies. Describe the Nuclear Work Model, and its applications to Navy
               Nuclear Propulsion. Explain what the Nuclear Front-End Capability Assessments, and
               how it affects us. Describe Radiogenic Disease Compensation Programs. Discuss
               lessons learned from CBRE Fellowship opportunities.
Time            Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850     BUMED-M342 Update                                   CDR B. GLENNON, MSC, USN
0850 – 0940     OPNAV-N455 Update                                   CAPT L. FRAGOSO, MSC, USN
1000 – 1050     NAVSEA-04N Update                                   CAPT T. NAQUIN, MSC, USN
1050 – 1115     NAVDOSCEN Update                                    CDR P. LIOTTA, MSC, USN
1115 – 1140     Radiofrequency Radiation Safety                     LCDR J. CASSATA, MSC, USN
1300 – 1350     Nuclear Work Model                                  CDR W. KNOLL, MSC, USN
1350 – 1440     Nuclear Front-End Capability Assessment             CAPT W. ADAMS, MSC, USN
1500 – 1525     Medical Physics Update                              LCDR C. MITCHELL, MSC, USN
1525 – 1550     Radiogenic Disease Compensation Programs            LCDR R. MARRO, MSC, USN
1550 – 1615     CBRE Fellowship Opportunities and Lessons           LCDR A. WILLIAMS, MSC, USN
                Learned
1615 – 1640     AIRPAC TYCOM Update                                 LCDR L. KENNEMUR, MSC, USN

Radiation Health                                                                     Course No. 24006
RHO BUSINESS MEETING AND COMMUNITY UPDATE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM E
Time: 1700 – 1815
Objective: Receive Radiation Health Officer (RHO) community update from the Specialty Leader on
             current and future billets and manning. Receive an 00MSC update on the Medical Service
             Corps (MSC).
Time          Topic                                                     Speaker(s)
1700 – 1750 Radiation Health Officer (RHO) Community Update             CDR B. GLENNON, MSC, USN
1750 – 1815 Medical Service Corps (MSC) Update from the Office of       CAPT W. STOVER, MSC, USN
            00MSC




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                                                            INTERDISCIPLINARY
                                                           Saturday, 18 March 2006
                    Interdisciplinary                                                                Course No. 25028
                    LEAD SAFE WORK PRACTICES
                    1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
                    Time: 0800 – 1600
                    Objective: Increase awareness about the hazards of lead-based paint and then teach techniques that
                                   will reduce the risk of lead poisoning.
                    Time          Topic                                                     Speaker(s)
                    0800 – 1600 Lead Safe Work Practices                                    MR. M. HANCOCK

                    Interdisciplinary-Interdisciplinary                                                     Course No. 25358
                    ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SITE ASSESSMENTS FOR MILITARY DEPLOYMENTS (2 DAYS)
                    2 Day(s)           Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON – HAMPTON 2
                    Time: 0800 - 1600
                    Objective:         Describe the fundamental principles of environmental health site assessments.
INTERDISCIPLINARY




                    Time             Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
                    0800 - 0850      Scope and Significance                                 DR.Z. HEJZLAR
                    0900 - 1030      Pre-deployment Activities                              DR.Z. HEJZLAR
                    1045 - 1200      Course Exercise #1                                     DR.Z. HEJZLAR
                    1300 - 1430      Site Reconnaissance and Interviews                     DR.Z. HEJZLAR
                    1445 - 1600      Course Exercise # 2                                    DR.Z. HEJZLAR


                    Interdisciplinary                                               Course No. 25025
                    CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)
                    5 Day(s)   Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON – HAMPTON 1
                    Time: 0800 – 1700
                    Objective:     This course provides instruction on laws and regulations, technologies and practices in an
                                   overview fashion that highlight and emphasize what is important for a hazardous materials
                                   manager to know and provides essential information for the hazardous manager to better
                                   conduct their job. The course is based upon the “ACHMM Hazardous Materials Managers
                                   Desk Reference”, and consists of a comprehensive review of environmental laws and
                                   regulations and applicable health and requirements. It does not guarantee passage of the
                                   CHMM national certification exam. A qualified proctor is required to administer all IHMM
                                   certification examinations. ACHMM supports coordination with IHMM to facilitate applicable
                                   examination proctors and examination sites for interested applicants. Examination
                                   Application Deadlines: All candidates taking an examination must file an exam application
                                   with the IHMM six (6) weeks prior to the exam date. PLEASE NOTE: SATURDAY TIME:
                                   0800-1700 SUNDAY TIME: 0800-1700 MONDAY TIME: 1300-1700 TUESDAY TIME:
                                   0800-1700 WEDNESDAY TIME: 0800-1200.
                    Time            Topic                                                Speaker(s)
                    0800 – 1700     CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER                 MR. L. BANKS
                                    (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)                         MR. K. NGUYEN
                                                                                         MR. G. WALTON
                                                                                         MR. A. WINCH




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                                        Saturday, 18 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                   Course No. 25026
ERGONOMICS SHORT COURSE (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective: Describe ergonomic principles affecting the work environment. Explain how to assess
               ergonomic risk in the workplace by utilizing Ergonomic Survey Tools.
Time           Topic                                                        Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    Ergonomics Short Course (2-Days)                             MS. M. SMITH
                                                                            MS. T. STACK

Interdisciplinary                                                                           Course No. 25015
INTRODUCTION TO CBRN AGENTS
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 207
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:      List the major chemical warfare agents, their characteristics, toxicology and symptoms of
                exposure and treatment. List the five primary biological threat agents, the symptoms of
                exposure and treatment. List the primary hazards associated with exposure to the three
                types of ionizing radiation, the methods for reducing exposure, and the treatment for
                exposure. Apply the basic principles of identification, evaluation and control to incidents
                involving the accidental or intentional release of chemical, radiological, or biological
                agents.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    Introduction to CBRN Agents                           CDR W. JEDERBERG, MSC, USN
                                                                     CAPT K. STILL, MSC, USN (RET)

Interdisciplinary                                                                           Course No. 25014
LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
(COURSE LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE)
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 202
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective: Provide attendees with leadership information and self-assessment tools to assist them in
               developing a Personal Leadership Action Plan for professional success. As a result of this
               session, attendees will: (1) Appreciate the importance of networking inside and outside of
               their organizations (2) Review leadership skills related to policy, people, performance,
               priorities, and project management (3) Examine the necessity of dealing with organizational
               politics (4) Learn communication techniques that get and keep management’s attention (5)
               Examine the need for crafting personal ethical standards as a guidepost for decision-
               making (6) Assess personal leadership strengths and potential development areas. A free
               leadership book will be provided to attendees who respond to a short writing assignment
               provided via email by the instructors prior to this course.
Time          Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700 Leadership Principles for Occupational Safety &           CAPT C. BOOTH, MSC, USN (RET)
            Health Professionals (Course Level: Intermediate)         MS. J. ERDMAN




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                                       Saturday, 18 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                    Course No. 25011
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:      Describe current strategies for occupational exposure assessments and operation of a
                modern computer software program for exposure assessment.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700 Occupational Exposure Assessment                         MR. J. BISHOP, MS, CIH
                                                                     MS. L. CROWDER, CIH
                                                                     DR. P. HEWETT, PhD, CIH
                                                                     MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH, CIH
                                                                     MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                     MR. L. TURNER, MES, CIH


                                        Sunday, 19 March 2006
Interdisciplinary-Interdisciplinary                                                     Course No. 25358
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SITE ASSESSMENTS FOR MILITARY DEPLOYMENTS (2 DAYS)
2 Day(s)         Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON - HAMPTON 2
Time: 0800 - 1630
Objective:       Describe the fundamental principles of environmental health site assessments.
Time           Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
0800 - 0850    Validation of the Conceptual Site Model                  DR.Z. HEJZLAR
0900 - 1000    Environmental Sampling                                   DR.Z. HEJZLAR
1015 - 1200    Course Exercise #3                                       DR.Z. HEJZLAR
1300 - 1400    Risk Assessments and Operational Risk Management         DR.Z. HEJZLAR
1415 - 1500    Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations                DR.Z. HEJZLAR
1500 - 1630    Final Course Exercise                                    DR.Z. HEJZLAR



Interdisciplinary                                                                   Course No. 25026
ERGONOMICS SHORT COURSE (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective: Describe ergonomic principles affecting the work environment. Explain how to assess
               ergonomic risk in the workplace by utilizing Ergonomic Survey Tools.
Time          Topic                                                     Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700 Ergonomics Short Course (2-Days)                            MS. M. SMITH
                                                                        MS. T. STACK




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                                           Sunday, 19 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                        Course No. 25025
CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)
5 Day(s) Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON – HAMPTON 1
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:       This course provides instruction on laws and regulations, technologies and practices in
                 an overview fashion that highlight and emphasize what is important for a hazardous
                 materials manager to know and provides essential information for the hazardous
                 manager to better conduct their job. The course is based upon the “ACHMM Hazardous
                 Materials Managers Desk Reference”, and consists of a comprehensive review of
                 environmental laws and regulations and applicable health and requirements. It does not
                 guarantee passage of the CHMM national certification exam. A qualified proctor is
                 required to administer all IHMM certification examinations. ACHMM supports coordination
                 with IHMM to facilitate applicable examination proctors and examination sites for
                 interested applicants. Examination Application Deadlines: All candidates taking an
                 examination must file an exam application with the IHMM six (6) weeks prior to the exam
                 date. PLEASE NOTE: SATURDAY TIME: 0800-1700 SUNDAY TIME: 0800-1700
                 MONDAY TIME: 1300-1700 TUESDAY TIME: 0800-1700 WEDNESDAY TIME: 0800-
                 1200
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER                  MR. L. BANKS
               (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)                          MR. K. NGUYEN
                                                                     MR. G. WALTON
                                                                     MR. A. WINCH

Interdisciplinary                                                                       Course No. 25011
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:        Describe current strategies for occupational exposure assessments and operation of a
                  modern computer software program for exposure assessment.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    Occupational Exposure Assessment                     MR. J. BISHOP, MS, CIH
                                                                    MS. L. CROWDER, CIH
                                                                    DR. P. HEWETT, PhD, CIH
                                                                    MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH, CIH
                                                                    MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                    MR. L. TURNER, MES, CIH




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                                          Sunday, 19 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                      Course No. 25027
HEAT STRESS TRAINING: CONCEPTS OF HEAT STRESS PHYSIOLOGY, MONITORING, AND
GUIDANCE ASHORE AND AFLOAT
1 Day(s)         Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 0830 – 1530
Objective:        To identify the procedures/equipment for monitoring environmental conditions; review
                  the components of physiology of thermoregulation as it relates to heat stress
                  conditions; and provide current information on heat stress guidance for both ashore
                  and afloat platforms.
Time                Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0830 – 1530         Heat Stress Training: Concepts of Heat Stress Physiology, MR. J. HEANEY
                    Monitoring, and Guidance Ashore and Afloat

Interdisciplinary                                                                     Course No. 25134
DON FOOD SAFETY TRAINING INSTRUCTORS (EHOS & PMTS)
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 1325 – 1440
Objective: Enable EHOs and PMTs to meet the requirements of BUMEDINST 4061.2.
Time          Topic                                                      Speaker(s)
1325 – 1440 DON FOOD SAFETY EXAMINATION: EHOs & PMTs                     LT L. WOHLFORD, MSC, USN
            (CERTIFICATION EXAM RE: BUMEDINST4061.2)

                                         Monday, 20 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                   Session No. 25137
YOGA FOR HEALTH
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – 1ST FLOOR RIGHT WING
Time: 0630 – 0715
Objective:    Learn the basics of yoga in a precise, easy-to-follow way. Covers a full range of yoga
              postures and relaxation techniques. Learn and practice pose sequences that can form the
              foundation of your daily practice. Combat office tension through yoga techniques.
              Participants will understand techniques that can be integrated into their daily life to
              energize body, mind and spirit.
Time            Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0630 – 0715     Yoga for Health                                     MS. J. MANO




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                                         Monday, 20 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                    Session No. 25072
OPENING CEREMONY MORNING SESSION
1 Day(s)          Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOMS A–D
Time: 0800 – 1030
Objective:      Describe current issues in the medical department including: homeland defense, safety,
                and other medical issues.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 0810    Colors, Administrative Remarks                       CAPT W. UPHAM, MSC, USN
0810 – 0815    Welcome                                              CAPT D. HILAND, MC, USN
0815 – 0820    City of Hampton                                      COUNCILMAN C. SAPP
0820 – 0830    Opening Remarks                                      MR. W. F. LORENZEN
0830 – 0910    Deputy Surgeon General Remarks                       RADM J. M. MATECZUN, MC,
                                                                    USN
0910 – 0950    Keynote Address                                      COL M. A. SHUPP, USMC
0950 – 1025    Woodward Lecture                                     DR. S. OSTROFF, MD., M.P.H.
1025 – 1030    Closing Remarks                                      CAPT W. UPHAM, MSC, USN


Interdisciplinary                                                                        Course No. 25025
CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)
5 Day(s)       Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON – HAMPTON 1
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective: This course provides instruction on laws and regulations, technologies and practices in an
               overview fashion that highlight and emphasize what is important for a hazardous materials
               manager to know and provides essential information for the hazardous manager to better
               conduct their job. The course is based upon the “ACHMM Hazardous Materials Managers
               Desk Reference”, and consists of a comprehensive review of environmental laws and
               regulations and applicable health and requirements. It does not guarantee passage of the
               CHMM national certification exam. A qualified proctor is required to administer all IHMM
               certification examinations. ACHMM supports coordination with IHMM to facilitate applicable
               examination proctors and examination sites for interested applicants. Examination
               Application Deadlines: All candidates taking an examination must file an exam application
               with the IHMM six (6) weeks prior to the exam date. PLEASE NOTE: SATURDAY TIME:
               0800-1700 SUNDAY TIME: 0800-1700 MONDAY TIME: 1300-1700 TUESDAY TIME:
               0800-1700 WEDNESDAY TIME: 0800-1200
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700 CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER                     MR. L. BANKS
            (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)                             MR. K. NGUYEN
                                                                     MR. G. WALTON
                                                                     MR. A. WINCH




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                                       Monday, 20 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                    Session No. 25030
CHCS II DEMONSTRATION
1 Day(s)   Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 1000 – 1200
Objective:    Describe CHCS II functionality with emphasis on clinical scenarios likely to be
              encountered in the Occupational Health setting. Explain the re-engineering clinical
              Occupational Health business practices using the forthcoming enterprise CHCS II
              system.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1000 – 1200    CHCS II Demonstration (this session is repeated CDR M. JAN, MC, USN
               throughout the Workshop)                        LCDR M. MEIER, MC, USNR

Interdisciplinary                                                                    Session No. 25136
FORCE MASTER CHIEF BRIEF
1 Day(s)      Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOMS B & C
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:      Summary of the current status of the Hospital Corps from the Force Master Chief of Navy
                Medicine.
Time           Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    Force Master Chief Brief                               FORCM J. DIROSA, USN

Interdisciplinary                                                                 Session No. 25133
STATE OF THE MEDICAL CORPS
                 Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM
1 Day(s)
                 104
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:       Describe current issues and updates in the USN Medical Corps (MC) Community.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350    State of the Medical Corps                           CAPT S. YERKES, MC, USN

Interdisciplinary                                                                   Session No. 25132
STATE OF THE MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS
1 Day(s)        Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 1300 – 1350
Objective:      Describe current issues and updates in the USN Medical Service Corps (MSC)
                Community.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350   State of the Medical Service Corps                    CAPT W. STOVER, MSC, USN




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                                         Monday, 20 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                   Session No. 25354
MANAGING PHARMACEUTICAL WASTE AT MTFS
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 210
Time: 1300 – 1440
Objective:      Describe the latest guidelines for managing pharmaceutical waste at MTFs.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1300 – 1440   Managing pharmaceutical waste at MTFs.                MS. C. SMITH, RPH, MS, HEM

Interdisciplinary                                                                      Session No. 23000
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN ENLISTED TECHNICAL LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 209
Time: 1530 – 1615
Objective:      Describe current issues/updates in the Preventive Medicine Technician community.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1300 – 1440   Preventive Medicine Technician Enlisted Technical     HMCS T. HARTSOG, USN
              Leader Community Meeting.


Interdisciplinary                                                                  Session No. 22019
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE SPECIALTY UPDATE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:    Describe updates in the Occupational Medicine Community.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550   Occupational Medicine Specialty Leader Update         CDR F. LITOW, MC, USNR
1550 – 1640   Occupational Medicine BUMED Update                    CDR R. WILKENING, MC, USN
Please Note: This session is directly following the State of the Medical Corps Brief

Interdisciplinary                                                                    Session No. 25141
MEDICAL CORPS DETAILER BRIEF
1 Day(s)        Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 104
Time: 1400 – 1440
Objective:      Describe the current issues and updates in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps as pertains to
                billeting.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1400 – 1440   Medical Corps Detailer Briefing                       CDR J. RIVERA, MC, USN

Interdisciplinary                                                                Session No. 25135
MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS DETAILER BRIEF
1 Day(s)       Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 1400 – 1440
Objective: Describe the current issues and updates in the U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps as
               pertains to billeting.
Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
1400 – 1440   Medical Service Corps Detailer Briefing               LCDR G. SCHOELER, MSC, USN


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                                         Monday, 20 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                   Session No. 25216
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)        Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 201
Time: 1500 – 1640
Objective:      Describe the current issues and updates in the Industrial Hygiene community.
Time           Topic                                               Speaker(s)
1500 – 1640    Industrial Hygiene Community Brief                  CAPT E. GODWIN, MSC, USN

Interdisciplinary                                             Session No. 25218
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE/PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s)      Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
Time: 1500 – 1650
Objective:    Describe Occupational and Preventive Medicine issues and their affects on Force Health
              Protection.
Time          Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
1500 – 1650   Preventive Medicine Specialty Leader Community         CAPT J. TUELLER, MC, USN
              Brief

Interdisciplinary                                                                  Session No. 16001
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALTY LEADER COMMUNITY BRIEF
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 202
Time: 1500 - 1730
Objective:      Describe current issues and updates in the Environmental Health community.
Time                Topic                                       Speaker(s)
1500 - 1730         Environmental Health Specialty Leader       CAPT M. HENDERSON, MC, USN
                    Community Brief

Interdisciplinary                                                                       Misc No. 25294
NO-HOST RECEPTION
1 Day(s)       Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOMS A, B, C & D
Time: 1800 – 2000
Time           Topic                                             Speaker(s)
1800 – 2000    NO-HOST RECEPTION                                 CDR K. PAUL, MSC, USN
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                             Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                      Session No. 25138
RUNNING CLINIC AND CADENCE CALL FORMATION
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – 1ST FLOOR RIGHT WING
Time: 0630 – 0715
Objective: Learn basic guidelines for running safely and injury free, and exercise with the Marines!
             Service men and women must both develop and maintain levels of physical fitness for the
             physically demanding tasks they perform; however, the routine physical activity necessary
             to achieve and sustain fitness can result in training related injuries. Basic strategies for
             reducing the incidence of injury will be presented by Dan Trone, one of the Navy’s leading
             musculoskeletal injury epidemiologists. A 25-minute cadence call formation will be
             instructed by an elite USMC Instructor.
Time          Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0630 – 0715 Running clinic and cadence call formation                 MR. D. TRONE

Interdisciplinary                                                                        Session No. 25065
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE INTERDISCIPLINARY II
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 205
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:     Describe current issues and updates in the Preventive Medicine Community affecting
               Force Health Protection.
Time            Topic                                            Speaker(s)
0800 – 0810     Course overview                                  CAPT J. LAMAR, MC, USN
0810 – 0900     Describe challenges in Preventive Medicine       CAPT E. KILBANE, MC, USN
                Issues for BUMED
0900 – 0940     List and describe the issues affecting the       CDR R. MARTSCHINSKE, MC, USN
                Public Health Emergency Officer (PHEO)
1000 – 1050     Describe current research efforts in Disease     CDR M. RYAN, MSC, USN
                Prevention at Naval Health Research Center
1050 – 1140     List Surveillance Issues and Tools               MRS. A. RIEGODEDIOS




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                                         Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                        Session No. 25031
CHCS II DEMONSTRATION
               Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER
1 Day(s)
               ROOM
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective: Describe CHCS II functionality with emphasis on clinical scenarios likely to be encountered
               in the Occupational Health setting. Explain the re-engineering clinical Occupational Health
               business practices using the forthcoming enterprise CHCS II system.
Time          Topic                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   CHCS II Demonstration (this session is repeated      LCDR M. MEIER, MC, USNR
              throughout the Conference)

Interdisciplinary                                                                Session No. 25059
CHALLENGES IN DISASTER RELATED PUBLIC HEALTH
1 Day(s)           Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 201 & 202
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective Review challenges faced by Public Health professionals in the aftermath of natural
:            disasters.
Time             Topic                                           Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850      Overview: Disaster Public Health Challenges     DR. E. NOJI
0850 – 0940      The Challenge Continues: Post-Disaster          DR. J. MALILAY
                 Epidemiology and Assessment
1000 – 1050      Public Communications in a Critical Incident    MR. T. BERRY
                 Situation
1050 – 1140      Mass Gathering Health and Medical Care          DR. A. YANCEY, II,
                 Planning
1300 – 1350      Disaster Public Health: Earthquakes             DR. K. SHOAF
1350 – 1415      Consequence management: Forward                 LCDR R. STIFF, MSC, USN
                 Deployable Preventive Medicine Unit
                 (FDPMU) Operation Katrina Relief
1415 – 1440      Sri Lanka Tsunami Response                      LCDR D. MARTIN, MSC, USN
1500 – 1550      Displaced populations and Healthcare:           DR. A. ISAKOV
                 Lessons Learned from Katrina
1550 – 1640      Personal Hygiene and Military Preparedness      MR. B. MICHAELS




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                                            Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                         Course No. 25025
CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)
5 Day(s)        Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON – HAMPTON 1
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:      This course provides instruction on laws and regulations, technologies and practices in an
                overview fashion that highlight and emphasize what is important for a hazardous
                materials manager to know and provides essential information for the hazardous manager
                to better conduct their job. The course is based upon the “ACHMM Hazardous Materials
                Managers Desk Reference”, and consists of a comprehensive review of environmental
                laws and regulations and applicable health and requirements. It does not guarantee
                passage of the CHMM national certification exam. A qualified proctor is required to
                administer all IHMM certification examinations. ACHMM supports coordination with IHMM
                to facilitate applicable examination proctors and examination sites for interested
                applicants. Examination Application Deadlines: All candidates taking an examination must
                file an exam application with the IHMM six (6) weeks prior to the exam date. PLEASE
                NOTE: SATURDAY TIME: 0800-1700 SUNDAY TIME: 0800-1700 MONDAY TIME:
                1300-1700 TUESDAY TIME: 0800-1700 WEDNESDAY TIME: 0800-1200.
Time           Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    Certified Hazardous Material Manager (CHMM)            MR. L. BANKS
               Review Course (5 DAY)                                  MR. K. NGUYEN
                                                                      MR. G. WALTON
                                                                      MR. A. WINCH

                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                         Session No. 25139
AEROBIC WORKOUT WITH ABDOMINAL SCULPTING
1 Day(s)          Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – 1ST FLOOR RIGHT WING
Time: 0630 – 0715
Objective:      Learn aerobic conditioning and abdominal exercise workout techniques. The Aerobic
                Workout combines fat-burning aerobic movements, muscle-building exercises, and
                stretching into routines that are performed to music. This class is designed to meet the
                needs of all fitness levels. Get a firm flat midsection with the best abdominal exercises.
                Abdominal Sculpting will showcase several abdominal techniques that will provide
                attendees a super sculpting abdominal routine.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0630 – 0715    Aerobic workout with abdominal sculpting                MS. J. PERSON




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                                     Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Aviation Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                    Session No. 25348
AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN PLENARY SESSION I COMPUTER SAMS SOFTWARE
UPDATE
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 102
Time: 0800 – 1100
Objective:    To ensure attendees are competent in data entry program maintenance and have a good
              understanding of SAMS reports and their use.
Time          Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0800 – 1100   SAMS Updates                                            MRS. D. GREENE
                                                                      MR. P. POWERS

Interdisciplinary                                                                     Session No. 25039
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH I
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:    Describe current issues and updates in the Environmental Health community.
Time          Topic                                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850   Food & water threat                                      LTC K. BURKMAN, VC, USA
0850 – 0940   Overview of Army Vet support                             LTC K. BURKMAN, VC, USA
1000 – 1140   Food and Water as a Weapon                               LTC K. BURKMAN, VC, USA

                                     Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                     Session No. 25066
POPULATION HEALTH
1 Day(s)         Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 106
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective:       Describe current issues and new data sources available to improve Population Health.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
0800 – 0805    Course Overview                                         CAPT W. MCBRIDE, MC, USN
0805 – 0820    Describe SMIP and current findings                      MRS. A. RIEGODEDIOS
0820 – 0840    Describe PRIMS and current findings                     CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
0840 – 0900    Describe ongoing Small Ship Study and expected          CAPT R. WESTPHAL, NC, USN
               results
0900 – 0940    Describe health related behaviors in the active duty    DR. R. BRAY
               population
1000 – 1025    New data sources and how to access them                 CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
1025 – 1100    Study on obesity management with informatics tools      DR. J. NEELY
1100 – 1140    Use of informatics at MTFs to improve population        MS. G. BEIGHTOL
               health




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                            Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                      Session No. 25029
MEDICAL CLUSTER INVESTIGATIONS
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – CONFERENCE ROOM A
Time: 0800 – 1200
Objective:    Describe the tools needed to effectively respond to perceived or true occupational illness
              or injury clusters.
Time           Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
0800 – 0840    What Are Clusters?                                    CAPT C. RENNIX, MSC, USN (RET)
0840 – 0905    Is There A Cluster?                                   DR. M. RADKE
0905 – 0940    Possible Medical Clusters, Guillain Barre             CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
               Syndrome.
1000 – 1030    Community-Associated MRSA                             LT A. WRIGHT, MSC, USN
1030 – 1100    Larium                                                CAPT D. BAILEY, MC, USN
1120 – 1200    Cluster Communication Response                        MRS. M. FORREST

Interdisciplinary                                                                      Session No. 25021
HEARING CONSERVATION ISSUES
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 108
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:        To learn and apply current information and technology from various component areas of
                  Occupational Hearing Conservation.
Time             Topic                                               Speaker(s)
0800 – 0820      Sound Attenuation Fit Estimator                     LCDR A. JOSEPH, MSC, USN
0820 – 0840      Effect of Training Modality on Earplug              LCDR A. JOSEPH, MSC, USN
                 Attenuation
0840 – 0910      Advanced Hearing Protection                         MR. J. WILT, USN (RET)
0910 – 0940      Current Issues in Navy Hearing Conservation         MR. J. PAGE
1000 – 1030      DOEHRS-HC User Errors                               CAPT A. FROST, MSC, USN (RET)
1030 – 1110      Hearing Conservation Program Mgmt – Part I          CDR K. PAUL, MSC, USN
1110 – 1140      DOEHRS Data Integrity Issues                        LCDR J. BEALER, MC, USN
1300 – 1640      Hearing Conservation Program Mgmt – Part II         LCDR J. BEALER, MC, USN
                                                                     CDR K. PAUL, MSC, USN




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                                      Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                             Course No. 25025
CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGER (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY)
5 Day(s)       Location: HOLIDAY INN HAMPTON – HAMPTON I
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:    This course provides instruction on laws and regulations, technologies and practices in
              an overview fashion that highlight and emphasize what is important for a hazardous
              materials manager to know and provides essential information for the hazardous
              manager to better conduct their job. The course is based upon the “ACHMM Hazardous
              Materials Managers Desk Reference”, and consists of a comprehensive review of
              environmental laws and regulations and applicable health and requirements. It does not
              guarantee passage of the CHMM national certification exam. A qualified proctor is
              required to administer all IHMM certification examinations. ACHMM supports
              coordination with IHMM to facilitate applicable examination proctors and examination
              sites for interested applicants. Examination Application Deadlines: All candidates taking
              an examination must file an exam application with the IHMM six (6) weeks prior to the
              exam date. PLEASE NOTE: SATURDAY TIME: 0800-1700 SUNDAY TIME: 0800-1700
              MONDAY TIME: 1300-1700 TUESDAY TIME: 0800-1700 WEDNESDAY TIME: 0800-
              1200.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    CERTIFIED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL         MR. L. BANKS
               MANAGER (CHMM) REVIEW COURSE (5 DAY) MR. K. NGUYEN
                                                    MR. G. WALTON
                                                    MR. A. WINCH

Aviation Medicine Technicians-Interdisciplinary                                      Session No. 25324
AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN PLENARY SESSION II
1 Day(s)       Location: CLARION HOTEL – FOXHILL ROOM
Time: 1300 – 1600
Objective:     Explain updates and address current issues in the AVT Community.
Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1600    Code 42 Brief                                        MR. C. KOPPY




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                                       Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                Session No. 25040
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH II
1 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM A
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective: Describe current issues and updates in the Environmental Health Community.
Time             Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350      USAF Food Vulnerability Assessment Program           TSGT J. SMITH, USAF
1350 – 1440      Preventive Medicine's Role In Food Vulnerability     MR. T. MCNEIL, RS
                 Assessments on Army Installations
1500 – 1525      Food Vulnerability Assessment for Special Events MR. T. MCNEIL, RS
1525 – 1615      Field Drinking Water Medical Surveillance            MAJ W. BETTIN, MSC, USA
1615 – 1640      Field Drinking Water Vulnerability Assessment        MAJ W. BETTIN, MSC, USA

Interdisciplinary                                                    Session No. 25047
USE AND DEMONSTRATION OF SAMS NATURALLY SPEAKING PROGRAM
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 1500 – 1550
Objective:     Explain the elements of the current version of SAMS.
Time           Topic                                                   Speaker(s)
1500 – 1550    SAMS Program Update                                     CDR M. WEINER, MC, USN

                                         Thursday, 23 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                         Session No. 25140
YOGA FOR HEALTH
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – 1ST FLOOR RIGHT WING
Time: 0630 – 0715
Objective:      Learn the basics of yoga in a precise, easy-to-follow way. Covers a full range of yoga
                postures and relaxation techniques. Learn and practice pose sequences that can form the
                foundation of your daily practice. Combat office tension through yoga techniques.
                Participants will understand techniques that can be integrated into their daily life to
                energize body, mind and spirit.
Time           Topic                                                  Speaker(s)
0630 – 0715    Yoga for Health                                        MS. J. MANO




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                                          Thursday, 23 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                    Session No. 25064
APPLIED EPIDEMIOLOGY
1 Day(s)        Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 203
Time: 0800 – 1100
Objective:      Explain current topics in Applied Epidemiology.
Time          Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 0940   Clinical Epidemiological Successes from Camp       HMCS A. LAMB, USN
              Lejeune
1000 – 1100   Implementation of CHCS II                          MS. G. BEIGHTOL

Interdisciplinary                                                              Session No. 25043
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH III
1 Day(s)        Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 101
Time: 0800 – 1140
Objective: Provide environmental health information on standard development and disaster response.
Time          Topic                                           Speaker(s)
0800 – 0850   Health Concerns of Food & Water Vending         MR. C. MYGIND, RS
              Machines
0850 – 0940   NSF International Testing / Certification Programs MR.T. BRUURSEMA
1000 – 1050   Hurricane Katrina Disaster Response:            CAPT J. MONESTERSKY, MC, USNR
              Environmental Health Assessment From A PMO
              Perspective
1050 – 1140   Humanitarian Assistance: Needs Assessment And LT L. LOCKE, MSC, USN
              Medical Planning




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                              Thursday, 23 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                                     Session No. 25060
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE INTERDISCIPLINARY I
1 Day(s)                Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 201 & 202
Time: 0800 – 1640
Objective:     Describe current issues and updates in the Preventive Medicine Community affecting
               Force Health Protection.
Time            Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1310     Course overview                                      CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
1310 – 1355     List concerns regarding Guillain-Barre Syndrome in   CDR P. ROCKSWOLD, MC, USN
                Active Duty Personnel
1355 – 1440     Utilize Medical Intelligence Center resources to     CDR R. CULPEPPER, MC, USN
                prevent disease and injuries to deployed US Forces
1500 – 1550     Business case analysis on use of Quantiferon TB-     LT. D. MITCHELL, MSC, USN
                Gold™ versus the Tuberculin skin test
1550 – 1640     List current issues related to disaster emergency    CAPT J. MONESTERSKY, MC,
                medical response.                                    USNR
                                                                     LT L. LOCKE, MSC, USN

Interdisciplinary                                                                     Session No. 25044
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH IV
1 Day(s)          Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 101
Time: 1300 – 1640
Objective:        Updates of medical intelligence planning, shipboard communicable disease control, and
                  NEHC briefing
Time            Topic                                                Speaker(s)
1300 – 1350     Shipboard Isolation and Quarantine Program           LCDR T. LUKE, MC, USN
1350 – 1440     Medical Intelligence: Adapting to a changing         HMC M. WARREN, USN
                environment
1500 – 1525     Drinking Water Quality : Somebody Put A Number       MR. R. ODETTE, RS, MSPH
                On It
1525 – 1550     Crossroads: Path Forward For Navy Food Safety        MR. T. CAROTENUTO, CFSP
                Program
1615 – 1640     DON Food Safety Training Requirement For EHOs        MR. R. ODETTE, RS, MSPH
                And PMTs Instructors (Includes Exam -Optional)       LT L. WOHLFORD, MSC, USN




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                                                                   Thursday, 23 March 2006
                           Interdisciplinary                                                                        Session No. 25032
                           VISION ISSUES IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
                           1 Day(s)        Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 207
                           Time: 1500 – 1550
                           Objective:      Describe the aspects of establishing and enhancing a sight conservation program (a CD-
                                           ROM will be given to attendees). Explain diagnosis, care, and treatment of eye injuries.
                           Time           Topic                                                Speaker(s)
                           1500 – 1550    Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness        LCDR B. HATCH, MSC,.USN
                                          Program – Vision Screening/Testing Modalities

                           Interdisciplinary                                                                    Session No. 25033
                           UPDATE ON CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY/HEARING CONSERVATION
COMPUTER COURSES / OTHER




                           1 Day(s)          Location: – HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 208
                           Time: 1550 – 1640
                           Objective:        Describe information on various hearing conservation and clinical audiology topics.
                           Time                   Topic                                               Speaker(s)
                           1550 – 1640            Update on Clinical Audiology/Hearing Conservation   LCDR J. BEALER, MC, USN


                                                         COMPUTER COURSES AND OTHERS
                                                                Saturday, 18 March 2006
                            Computer Courses And Others-Interdisciplinary                                    Course No. 25011
                            OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT (2-DAYS)
                            2 Day(s)     Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
                            Time: 0800 – 1700
                            Objective: Describe current strategies for occupational exposure assessments and operation of a
                                         modern computer software program for exposure assessment.
                             Time          Topic                                                 Speaker(s)
                             0800 – 1700 Occupational Exposure Assessment                        MR. J. BISHOP, MS, CIH
                                                                                                 MS L. CROWDER
                                                                                                 DR. P. HEWETT. PhD, CIH
                                                                                                 MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH. CIH
                                                                                                 MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                                                 MR. L. TURNER, MES, CIH




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                                         Sunday, 19 March 2006
Computer Courses And Others-Interdisciplinary                                         Course No. 25011
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT (2-DAYS)
2 Day(s)      Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 107
Time: 0800 – 1700
Objective:    Describe current strategies for occupational exposure assessments and operation of a
              modern computer software program for exposure assessment.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 1700    Occupational Exposure Assessment                   MR. J. BISHOP, MS, CIH
                                                                  MS. L. CROWDER, CIH
                                                                  DR. P. HEWETT. PH.D., CIH
                                                                  MR. J. KIMBROUGH, MSPH. CIH
                                                                  MR. S. SMALLETS, MS, CIH
                                                                  MR. L. TURNER, MES, CIH

                                     Monday, 20 March 2006
Computer Courses And Others-Interdisciplinary                                        Session No. 25030
CHCS II DEMONSTRATION
1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 1000 – 1200
Objective:    Describe CHCS II functionality with emphasis on clinical scenarios likely to be
              encountered in the Occupational Health setting. Explain the re-engineering clinical
              Occupational Health business practices using the forthcoming enterprise CHCS II
              system.
Time           Topic                                              Speaker(s)
1000 – 1200    CHCS II Demonstration (this session is repeated    CDR M. JAN, MC, USN
               throughout the Workshop)                           LCDR M. MEIER, MC, USNR

                                        Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Computer Courses And Others-Interdisciplinary                                              Session No. 25031
CHCS II DEMONSTRATION
1 Day(s)       Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
Time: 0800 – 1600
Objective:     Describe CHCS II functionality with emphasis on clinical scenarios likely to be encountered
               in the Occupational Health setting. Explain the re-engineering clinical Occupational Health
               business practices using the forthcoming enterprise CHCS II system.
Time            Topic                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600     CHCS II Demonstration (this session is repeated    LCDR M. MEIER, MC, USNR
                throughout the Workshop)




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                                                            Wednesday, 22 March 2006
                         Entomology                                                                             Course No. 15004
                         COMPUTER BASED TICK IDENTIFICATION
                         1 Day(s) Location: HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 105 – COMPUTER ROOM
                         Time: 1300 – 1600
                         Objective:     To promote awareness of proper identification of potential vector-borne disease
                                        transmitting ticks.
                         Time            Topic                    Speaker(s)
                         1300 – 1600     Tick Identification utilizing new computer software.    LTJG E. RAGASA, MSC, USN



                                                                  OPEN MEETINGS

                                                                 HEALTH PROMOTION
                                                                 Monday, 20 March 2006
OPEN / CLOSED MEETINGS




                         Health Promotion                                                                    Open Meeting No. 19004
                         DENTAL CORPS OPEN MEETING
                         Time          Location                                                 Speaker(s)
                         1300 – 1640   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –                        CDR R. SCHUTT, DC, USN
                                       ROOM 101                                                 CAPT H. FISCHER, DC, USN


                                                                 Tuesday, 21 March 2006
                         Health Promotion                                                                    Open Meeting No. 19004
                         DENTAL CORPS OPEN MEETING
                         Time           Location                                                Speaker(s)
                         0800 – 1640    HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –                       CDR R. SCHUTT, DC, USN
                                        ROOM 101


                                                               INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
                                                              Wednesday, 22 March 2006
                         Industrial Hygiene                                                              Open Meeting No. 21006
                         FUNDAMENTALS OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT FOR THE IHO
                         Time          Location                                                 Speaker(s)
                         1300 – 1550   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –                        CAPT P. GILLOOLY, MSC, USN
                                       ROOM 208                                                 CAPT E. GODWIN, MSC, USN
                                                                                                CDR D. HAGEN, MSC, USN




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                                     INTERDISCIPLINARY
                                    Monday, 20 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                           Open Meeting No. 25363
EPMAC BRIEF
Time            Location                                        Speaker(s)
1430 - 1515     HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –               HMCS S. BESTUSN
                ROOM 209


                             Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                            Open Meeting No. 25355
MODERN EQUIPMENT USED ON THE BATTLEFIELD BY ARMED FORCES
Time            Location                                       Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640     HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER -              HMC (SW/FMF) J. ROLLINGER, USN
                FRONT ENTRANCE BEHIND WATERFALL


                                    Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                            Open Meeting No. 25355
MODERN EQUIPMENT USED ON THE BATTLEFIELD BY ARMED FORCES
Time            Location                                       Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640     HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER -              HMC (SW/FMF) J. ROLLINGER, USN
                FRONT ENTRANCE BEHIND WATERFALL


                                     Thursday, 23 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                            Open Meeting No. 25034
RADIATION HEALTH TECHNICIAN ROUNDTABLE
Time                Location                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 1140         HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –           LT A. L. ANDERSON, MSC, USNR
                    ROOM 209                                    HM1 O. GAIN, USN
                                                                CDR P. L. LIOTTA, MSC, USN
                                                                CDR L. BENEVIDES, MSC, USN


Interdisciplinary                                                            Open Meeting No. 25355
MODERN EQUIPMENT USED ON THE BATTLEFIELD BY ARMED FORCES
Time                Location                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640         HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER -           HMC (SW/FMF) J. ROLLINGER, USN
                    FRONT ENTRANCE BEHIND WATERFALL


                                     OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
                      CANCELED--------Tuesday, 21 March 2006--------CANCELED
Occupational Medicine                                                      Open Meeting No. 22022
UNDERSEA MEDICAL OFFICER MEETING (DAY 1)
Time           Location                                                     Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640 HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103                      CDR M. WEINER, MC, USN




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                    CANCELED--------Wednesday, 22 March 2006--------CANCELED
Occupational Medicine                                                    Open Meeting No. 22017
UNDERSEA MEDICAL OFFICER MEETING (DAY 2)
Time          Location                                                Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103              CDR M. WEINER, MC, USN


Occupational Medicine                                                       Open Meeting No. 22026
MEDICAL MATRIX
Time           Location                                                  Speaker(s)
1550 – 1640    HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – BALLROOM                LCDR J. LIESKE, MC, USN
               B                                                         MRS M. POHLHAUS


                     CANCELED--------Thursday, 23 March 2006--------CANCELED
Occupational Medicine                                                     Open Meeting No. 22023
UNDERSEA MEDICAL OFFICER MEETING (DAY 3)
Time           Location                                              Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640    HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER – ROOM 103            CDR M. WEINER, MC, USN


                                  CLOSED MEETINGS

                                     ENTOMOLOGY
                                 Thursday, 23 March 2006
Entomology                                                          Closed Meeting No. 15003
ENTOMOLOGY EXECUTIVE STEERING COMMITTEE
Time          Location                                      Speaker(s)
0800 – 1600   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –             LCDR G. TETREAULT, MSC, USN
              ROOM 210


                                   HEALTH PROMOTION
                                  Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Health Promotion                                                     Closed Meeting No. 19036
NAVAL RESERVE/MTF HP STAFF MEETING
Time          Location                                         Speaker(s)
1640 – 1800   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –                LCDR A. THOMPSON, NC, USN
              CONFERENCE ROOM D




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                               INTERDISCIPLINARY
                              Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                    Closed Meeting No. 25321
JOINT MEDICAL FIELD WATER SUBGROUP (JMFWSG)
Time          Location                                      Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –             MR. K. LEACHMAN, P.E.AFIOH
              ROOM 209


                             Wednesday, 22 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                    Closed Meeting No. 25037
JOINT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE EQUIPMENT SUBGROUP (JPMESG)
Time          Location                                      Speaker(s)
              HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –
0800-1640                                                   DR. R. WALTON
              ROOM 205


                                INTERDISCIPLINARY
Interdisciplinary                                               Closed Meeting No. 25038
TRISERVICE LABORATORY SUBGROUP (TSLSG)
Time          Location                                  Speaker(s)
              HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –         LTC A. WEIR, MC, USA
0800-1640
              ROOM 206                                  MR. L. TURNER


                              Thursday, 23 March 2006
Interdisciplinary                                                    Closed Meeting No. 25067
JOINT ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEILLANCE WORKING GROUP
Time          Location                                    Speaker(s)
0800 – 1640   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –           CAPT G. RUDOLPH, MC, USN
              ROOM 108 & 109


Interdisciplinary                                                      Closed Meeting No. 25353
NEHC COMMITTEE
Time            Location                                      Speaker(s)
              HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –
0800 - 1640                                                   CAPT D. NOVAK, MSC, USN
              ROOM 206




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                              OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
                               Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                          Closed Meeting No. 22018
REPRODUCTIVE HAZARDS BOARD MEETING
Time          Location                                   Speaker(s)
1700 – 1900   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –          DR. J. MULLER
              ROOM 210


                            Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Occupational Medicine                                         Closed Meeting No. 22011
PC MATRIX COMMITTEE CLOSED MEETING
Time          Location                                  Speaker(s)
1700 – 2000   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –         MRS. M. POHLHAUS
              ROOM 207


Occupational Medicine                                          Closed Meeting No. 22012
CONFIGURATION CONTROL BOARD (CCB)
Time          Location                                   Speaker(s)
2000 – 2100   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –          CAPT D. FREDERICK, MC, USN
              ROOM 210                                   MS. M. MURRAY
                                                         MS. L. O'BERRY
                                                         MRS. M. POHLHAUS
                                                         MS. L. ROBERTS


                                RADIATION HEALTH
                               Tuesday, 21 March 2006
Radiation Health                                                Closed Meeting No. 24004
NAVY MEDICAL PHYSICS ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
Time          Location                                   Speaker(s)
1730 – 2000   HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER –          LCDR C. MITCHELL, MSC, USN
              ROOM 208




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                SPECIALTY LEADER/DETAILER APPOINTMENTS
 APPOINTMENTS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE ONLINE IN THE CONFERENCE DATABASE.
            REFER TO THE DAY-AT-A-GLANCE FOR ROOM LOCATIONS.

AUDIOLOGY OFFICER COMBINED SPECIALTY LEADER/DETAILER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR – ROOM 833
20 March 06 1600 – 1645




                                                                           DETAILER / SPECIALTY LEADER APPOINTMENTS
21 March 06 0800 – 1115
22 March 06 0800 – 0945

AVIATION MEDICINE TECHNICIAN / PREVENTIVE MEDICINE (PMT/AVT) DETAILER
APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR
21 March 06 0800 – 1445
22 March 06 1230 – 1445
23 March 06 0800 – 1045

ENTOMOLOGY OFFICER SPECIALTY LEADER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 30 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR – ROOM 827
21 March 06 0800 -1045

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICER SPECIALTY LEADER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR – ROOM 801
22 March 06 0800 – 1755

INDIVIDUAL SURFACE (IDC & PMT) DETAILER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                           TH
LOCATION: LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR
20 March 06 0800 – 0820
21 March 06 0800 – 1045 & 1230 – 1245 & 1300 – 1445
22 March 06 0800 – 1045 & 1230 – 1445
23 March 06 0800 – 1045

INDIVIDUAL SUB (IDC & PMT) DETAILER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                           TH
LOCATION: LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR
21 March 06 0800 – 1045 & 1230 – 1445
22 March 06 0800 – 1045 & 1230 – 1445
23 March 06 0800 – 1045




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INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE OFFICER SPECIALTY LEADER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR – ROOM 826
18 March 06 1000 – 1045 & 1300 – 1730
19 March 06 1000 – 1045 & 1300 – 1730
21 March 06 0800 – 0945
22 March 06 0800 – 0815 & 1115 – 1130

MEDICAL CORPS DETAILER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 9 FLOOR – ROOM 933
19 March 06 0800 – 1045 & 1300 – 1545
20 March 06 1500 – 1700
21 March 06 0800 – 1100
22 March 06 1300 – 1600

MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS DETAILER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 9 FLOOR – ROOM 934
21 March 06 0800 – 1200 & 1300 – 1615
22 March 06 0800 – 1200 & 1300 – 1615
23 March 06 0800 – 1130

OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE SPECIALTY LEADER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 30 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 7 FLOOR – ROOM 729
21 March 06 0800 – 1100 & 1300 – 1600
22 March 06 0800 – 1130 & 1400 – 1600

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE OFFICER SPECIALTY LEADER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 / 30 minutes duration.)
                                    TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR – ROOM 828
21 March 06 0830 – 1130
22 March 06 0830 – 1130

RADIATION HEALTH OFFICER COMBINED SPECIALTY LEADER/DETAILER APPOINTMENTS:
(Appointments are of 15 minutes duration.)
                                   TH
LOCATION: EMBASSY SUITES – 8 FLOOR – ROOM 834
23 March 06 0800 – 1045




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                                DISCLAIMER




The opinions of the speakers are their own and do not necessarily represent official

policy of the Department of Defense, the Department of the Navy, Bureau of

Medicine and Surgery, Navy Environmental Health Center, or any other federal

agencies.


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