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					                     Global Health & Humanitarian Summit

                      Fri. April 1st 7pm - Sun. April 3rd 5pm



*reference categorized by:

             Roman Numeral = location
             Capital Letter = session title / time block
             Number = presentation order within the session

*Locations:

             SOM = School of Medicine
             WHSCAB = Woodruff Health Sciences Administration Building
             DUC = Dobbs University Center
                 HARLAND = Harland Cinema
                 WINSHIP = Winship Ballroom
             WH = White Hall



PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO THE END OF THIS DOCUMENT FOR A
DETAILED BREAK DOWN OF SPEAKER SESSIONS



SPEAKERS –ALPHABETIZED

ABSTON, Pippa III A-2                        BEALL, Mary I-A-14
ABDULLAHI, Muhumed III C-9                   BEALL, Meagan I-A-14
ADAMS, Patch V-D                             BERCU, Daniel I-A-13
ADEKANLA, Adetokunbo II A-2                  BERG, Carla III A-7
ADOLPH, Harold V C-4                         BERNARD, Jack II C-4
ADU, Festus VIII A-7                         BHATTI, Amir Shahbaz I C-3
AHMAD, Alizeh VIII A-6                       BHATIA, Tasneem IV B-4 IX C-4
AJIBADE, Olaseni V B-6                       BRIGHTWELL, Frank III C-2
AMUNAU, Simon Peter I-B-5                    BROOKEY, Michelle VII A-10
BALAKRISHNAN, Usha II A-1                    BRYSON, Kathy I B-10
BALL, Janell VII A-10                        BIRGE, Jack III A-4
BANDYOPADHYAY, Sunandan III                  BISHIKIRA, Yvan I-A-9
C-4                                          BLACK, Chase IV C-13
BANKS, James I-A-6                           BREMNER, Dr. Doug II-B-8
BARRY, Rochelle II-A-4                       BOYCE, Raymond IV C-9
BASSARAB, Ann VIII A-5                       BURRIS, James V B-5
CAPPS, Mike VIII C-4             HARRYMAN, Connie VIII C-1
CARTER, Ethel Ware II A-11       HAVAS, Magda IX A-4
CASTEJON, Maria III C-3          HENDERSON, Susan I A-15
CHAPMAN, Eddie III B-3           HERR, Eva IX C-3
CHEREN, Connie V A-4             HEWITT, Yvonne VII A-10
CHOPRA, Quincy III C-10          HOUGENDOBLER, Daniel I B-9
CHUNG, Andrew IV C-3             HUMPHREY, Dexter III B-4
CHUNG, Andy IV C-8               ISAAC, Shahbaz I C-3
CLARKE, Karen VIII A-14          IYER, Neema VIII A-11
CLEMENT, Rosemary III C-6        JAMISON, Michael IV B-5
COHEN, Sheldon I A-6             JOCKERS, David VIII A-1
COOLEY, Kathleen VIII A-9        JOFFE, Daron VIII A-3
COLLIER, Martha II A-12          JOHNSON, Gina IV C-1
CUNNINGHAM, Tim IV A-6           JOHNSON, Linda IV C-7
DENLEA, Colin I-B-1              JOHNSON, Priscilla I-C-4
DENNARD, Tina II-B-2             JOSEPH-IMATORBHEBHE, Zizi I-
DENOFIO, Nancy II B-5            A-4
DESAULNIERS, Veronique IV B-8    KAHN, Henry III A-1, VI-C
DIALLO, Nel V A-13               KASS, Alex VIII C-4
DRAVES, Gordon VIII C-3          KELLY, Ann III B-8
EDELKIND, Shula IV C-5           KENNEDY, Ann I-A-11
ESCH, Paul IV B-9                KENT-DELANY, Lauren XI
EVANS, Jimiyu I-C-5              KING, Lorrie I B-8
FAIRCHILD, Charlotte III A-9     KLOSSNER, Audry V C-5
FARHANGRAZI, Shadi II-A-2        KOLB, Susan IX A-6
FELIX, Jim VIII C-4              KOSHIDA, Celeste VIII A-13
FINKELSTEIN, Marty IV B-1        LANCER, Bob IV B-2
FIRESTONE, Melissa VI-A          LAPP, Eric IX C-2
FLEMING, Shannon III A-8         LAGASSE, Shannon IV B-10
FlORIANO, Katherine IX A-3       LAVIELLE, Annabel VI E
FUDDWHACKER, Buford P. IV A-2    LEBARON, Melody II B-7, VI F
GLICK, John IV A-5               LECROY, Maurice VIII A-12
GLYNN, Erin I-B-7                LEEDS, Ira V B-1
GOLDBERG, Burton IX A-5          LOPEZ-SALM, Alyse III B-1
GONZALEZ, Amparo IV C-12         LONG, Ruth III C-5
GOODLOE, Kimberly VIII A-8       LOVE, Victor I-C-7
GOULD, Brad IX C-5               LYON, Marshall V A-1
GRABBE, Linda II C-10            MA’AT, Imani I-B-2
GRANTHAM, Jerimiah V B-4         MAGGI, Darius V C-2
GREENBERG, Mike IX C-6           MARRTOS, Antonio VII-2
GREEN-LAVIELLE, Annabel V A-12   MARTIN, Stephen V A-5
GRIFFIN, James P. Jr. III B-5    MASON, Ross II-B-8
GUNDERSEN, Jan VIII A-10         MBABA, Victor V B-8
HANDRA, Kathy II-A-5             MCMAHON, Mary III A-6
HANSARD, Stephen I               MCCRARY, J.D. II C-9
                                 MCRATY, Rollin IX A-3
MELLO, Felipe IV A-7              ROSTAD, Mitch VIII B-1
MIGNON, Smith I-A-3               RUTLEDGE, Kenneth III C-7
MILLER, Mike V B-7                SAKHARIA, Thayel III A-5
MOORE, Charles V A-2              SALVEIRA, Bruno VI A-8
MUNKAELU, Mohammed Attiah,        SCANLON, Bob V C-2
Junior I-B-4                      SCHLESINGER, Todd II C-5
MURRAY, Deborah IV C-2            SCHMIDBAUER, Steven I-A-8
MURRAY, Dennis II-B-1 II A-13     SCIMECA, Michael IV B-6
NAICKER, Michelle I-A-2           SEHIC, Emir II-B-3
NELMS, Doris II C-6               SELF, Marilyn VII-1
NFORBA, Tantoh I-B-3              SELIGSON, Fred IV A-2
NGUYEN, Hiep IV A-1               SHAH-JOSHI, Mona II-A-3
NIXON, Otis II-A-12               SHANNON, Vernitia VI-A
NNAJIOFOR, Ifeanyi Felix II C-3   SHEALY, Norman IX A-2
NYABADE, Gordon V C-3             SHERWOOD, Jennifer VI D
NYUNDO, Michael I-C-9             SILVEIRA, Bruna IV A-8
O’BRIEN, Barbara IV A-4           SIMMONS, Don VIII A-2
O’BRIEN, Lauren III C-8           SLAVIN, David IV C-4
O’BRIEN, Marc IV A-4              SOLEIL, Dave II A-7
O’NEIL, Alison II C-11            SRIDHARAN, Anand V A-11
OGHUMA, Dominic I-C-2             SMIDDY, Joe V B-3
OLAIFA, Olalekan V A-14           SMITH, Don I-C-8
OLIVEIRA, Luiza IV A-8            SMITH, Eleanor II C-8
OMONDI, Vincent V A-5             STANKA, Jay V A-6
ORONDO, Malachi I-A-16            STILLWACHS, Kimberly VI A
OWINGS, John - Brig Gen II-B-8    STRUNK, Sarah Rae V B-9
PALOMEQUE, Francisco V A-10       SUMITANI, Jeri II C-1
PATTERSON, Brad II-A-8, II-A-13   TAYLOR, Doreen II B-6
PIA, Corina IV B-3                TAYLOR, Victoria IV B-7
PICKETT, De’Andre S. I-C-6        THALIATH, Antony III B-9
POHNKE, Daniel VIII C-2           THURMAN, Sandra I-A-1
POLLACK, Jonathan V C-1           THURSTON, Joanne II C-2
POWELL, Arthur III B-7            TILLMAN, Brenda M. IV A-3
RADEMACHER, Paul IX C-1           TIMCO, Kelly IV C-6
RAMUCESSE, Jeremiah I A-5         TISNADO, Jaime V C-7
RANGANATHAN, Deepa V A-8          TRACY, Robert I A-11
RAUSCHER, Elizabeth IX A-1        TYLER, Trisha VIII A-4
RAVAGNANI, Roberto IV A-7         UGBEBOR, Osemenim I-A-15
REGO, Henrique IV A-8             VALENTI, Rita III A-7
REID, Joanna III A-3              VANDALL, Frank III B-2
REECE, Roger IV A-2               VASELEK, Christina IX C-2
REICHART, Bill V A-9              VEAZIE, David I-B-6
RICH, Anita V C-6                 VERAZA, Rafael III A-6
ROBERTS, Michael Col II-B-8, X    VERMA, Shaun, II C-7
ROGERS, Clint II A-10             WALLACE, Lakeba IV C-11
ROSER, Steven V A-6               WANJAU, Samuel V A-4
WATSON, Sarah V A-3                         WILSON, Victor Osas III B-6
WELL BEING Foundation A 1-11                WITHERS, Jim I-C-1
WEST, Paulette V A-3                        WOODS, Rob II-A-9
WHYTE, Yolanda I-A-10                       ZHA, Mengyi (Zed) V B-2, VI B
WILKINSON, Bethanie IV C-10                 ZWERNER, Janna III C-1
WILLIAMS, Pamela II-B-4


DETAILED SESSION BREAKDOWN:

I) ) SOM 110                                                          A)
Community / Public Health:                                         Sat. 12:00 –
5:00pm

Moderators: Suzanne Maddux & Melissa Robinson

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Sandra Thurman / Interfaith Health Program, Rollins School of Public Health,
       Emory University - Community development, from theory to practice.
   2. Michelle Naicker / Aim Projects-The AIDS pandemic in Africa
   3. Mignon Smith / Global Associates for Health Development, Inc.-The
       Influence of Culture on the Susceptibility of Low Income African American
       Women to HIV/AIDS
   4. Zizi Joseph-Imatorbhebhe / Alliance Bio-medical-Combating HIV Among
       Young People in Africa utilizing an innovative social program and
       breakthrough HIV diagnostic method
   5. Jeremias Ramucesse / Mozambique Network Against Poverty and HIV/AIDS
       Reduction / Euardo Mondlane University-The Mozambique Experience:
       Peace, Democracy, Poverty, HIV/AIDS, Climate Disorder, and Global
       Investments
   6. Sheldon Cohen – The public health threat of smoking…Tobacco is still
       America’s biggest killer.
   7. Steven Schmidbauer / Child Family Health International-spreading cultural
       sensitivity in everyday situations to foster ethical choices
   8. Yvan Bishikira / Human Health Aid / Burundi: How to increase the capacity
       of volunteer public health efforts resulting in a healthier human race and
       more peaceful world
   9. Yolanda Whyte-improving the health and social conditions of Australians
   10. Ann Kennedy / The Kenya Project- improving the health and education of
       children in Kenya
   11. Robert Tracy/Well Being Foundation – funding and building drinking water
       well across the Globe to save human life communities and cultures
   12. Daniel Bercu / Doctors at War: Reaching out in one’s own workplace and
       everyday life to stop human trafficking
   13. Mary Beall & Megan Beall -Human trafficking: the expanding world
       pandemic
   14. James Banks / University of Cincinnati-Community Based Participatory
       Research in Nepal, including survey design and needs assessment for health,
       education and economic program planning
   15. Susan Henderson – Practicing physician at in Atlanta Grady and VA who
       attended medical school in Canada and would like to discuss the Canadian
       Health Care System
   16. Malachi Orondo / People’s Health Movement--the port of Mombasa, Kenya
       was a major drug trafficking center for many countries throughout the
       world…the center is closing and the Kenyan youth who have become
       addicted to these drugs are now suffering from withdrawal. No therapy is
       available to help them.

I) SOM 110                                                           B)
Environmental & Education Programs:                              Sun. 8:30am –
12:00

Moderator Suzanne Maddux & Melissa Robinson

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Colin Denlea / Trashwater.org- On the global water crisis through filtration,
      education, and mobilization
   2. Imani Ma’at / Focused Health-alkaline anti-oxidant water programs
   3. Tantoh Nforba (Farmer Tantoh) / Save Your Future Association -Cameroon,
      Africa / developing systems for providing clean water
   4. Mohammed Attiah Munkaelu, Junior / Pade net-Greening Africa
   5. Simon Peter Amunau -Expanding volunteerism in the integration of
      community health and nature conservation; the case of Gulu district, Uganda
   6. David Veazie / Southern Polytechnic State University-Advanced Materials
      and Composites for Infrastructure Applications in Developing Countries for
      Sustainability, Cost, and Ease of Construction
   7. Erin Glynn / Sierra Club- Coal and Health
   8. Lorrie King / The LaVya Initiative / University of Liverpool-Removing
      Barriers to Education for Girl-Children in Rural Andhra Pradesh, India
      through Sanitation Interventions
   9. Dan Hougendobler / Emory University - When goodwill isn’t enough: The
      heavy price of unsustainable water interventions in Haiti.
   10. Kathy Bryson/Community Empowerment and Development – An
      organization which provides training in environmental development in order
      to make powerful changes with an emphasis on local empowerment rather
      than focus on external dependency
I) SOM 110                                                                C)
Poverty & Homeless Programs:                                                   Sun.
1:00 – 5:00pm

Moderator Suzanne Maddux & Melissa Robinson

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Jim Withers / Street Medicine Institute & Operation Safety Net-medical care
       for the homeless worldwide
   2. Dominic Oghuma / HumanCapital Int-Addressing poverty and ignorance: the
       bane of third world health-related problems
   3. Amir Shahbaz Bhatti / Shahbaz Isaac Ministries- Health Conditions of poor
       people and flood affected people of Pakistan.
   4. Priscilla Johnson / Morehouse School of Medicine-urban healthcare for
       displaced vulnerable populations (the homeless)
   5. Jimiyu Evans / Kids Home Collaborative-Collaboration among homeless
       programs in Metro Atlanta.
   6. De’Andre S. Pickett-Financial disparities among African-Americans
   7. Victor Love / the Zeigist Movement – Venus Project: Technological resource-
       based economy to free the need for money and create peace
   8. Don Smith / Village Empowerment-Solving Food Shortages and Giving Hope
       to the Poorest Villages in Africa
   9. Michael Nyundo / Olives Rehabilitation Centre-Providing basic schooling for
       the most forgotten and needy children of the world
   10. Charlotte Fairchild, moderator -Homeless Insights: Panel of people who are or
       have been homeless



II) SOM 120
A) Igniting the Humanitarian Spirit Around the World                  Sat. 12:00 –
5:00pm

Moderator: Meena Verma

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Balakrishnan, Usha / CARTHA-The CARTHA initiative: cultivating
      academic-practitioner networks of Collaborative Doers who enhance the
      positive impact of technological and social innovations
   2. Shadi Farhangrazi / Biotrends International & Biotrends Foundation- Citizen
      scientists: How do we go beyond academia and realize that rolling up our
      sleeves at the community level with a science background can make a
      difference…creating and evaluating new programs
   3. Mona Shah-Joshi / Art of Living Foundation (UN-based non-profit in 151
       countries- Teaching the importance of volunteering, sustaining volunteer
       efforts, and reducing stress with meditation.)
   4. Rochelle Barry / Corporation for National & Community Service-National
       service to improve lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic
       engagement through service and volunteering
   5. Kathy Handra/ Office of the Civilian Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps-
       medical reserves core: volunteers building healthy and resilient communities
   6. Adetokunbo Adekanla / International Business School -Global Humanitarian
       Work: The relevance in developing countries, Social Justice and Business
       Inclination
   7. Dave Soleil / The Movement – Professional leadership education consultant
       and lead organizer of The Movement speaks on the world’s largest flash mob
       performance (to take place on October 31st , 2011 in towns and cities around
       the world) in service to combatting obesity for healthier kids
   8. Brad Patterson, VGS Golfers-fundraising for humanitarian efforts such as
       Haiti relief efforts.
   9. Rob Woods - A communication expert gives his insight into communicating
       the Humanitarian Message…from a PR stance.
   10. Clint Rogers / International Ministry of Peace – Professor & researcher
       holding a doctorate in Instructional Psychology and Technology who has
       collaborated with business gurus such as Tony Robbins and Chet Holmes
       presents an interactive look at bringing the world's most ancient wisdom
       traditions to solve modern day problems…novel ways in which new
       media/social media can combine with ancient wisdoms to revolutionize
       humanitarian work around the world
   11. Ethel Ware Carter / Regional Council of Churches of Metropolitan Atlanta-
       Activating faith based networks to strengthen health and humanitarian
       assets at all levels - mental, physical, spiritual, socio-economic and
       environmental
   12. Martha Collier / Habitat for Humanity International - Volunteerism as
       Solidarity: How can our humanitarian volunteer efforts build local capacity
       of vulnerable people and organizations to carry on after we leave? How can
       we reinforce forward thinking people and organizations, and not reinforce
       the poverty status quo?
   13. Brad Patterson, VGS Golfers, moderator – Panel: popular sports figures who
       are humanitarian role models, including Otis Nixon (pro-baseball), Dennis
       Murray (pro-basketball)


II) SOM 120                                                        B) Innovative
Mental Health Programs in the U.S.                   Sun. 8:30am – 12:00

Moderator: Meena Verma

*average amount of time per speaker = @25 minutes
   1. Dennis Murray / Youth Development & Capacity Building, Inc.-youth health
      and environmental development
   2. Tina Dennard /Adopt-A-Role Model Program-Making a difference and
      looking for the Next!...a program in which volunteers donate time to follow
      their paths, whether teachers, doctors, history makers, etc.
   3. Emir Sehic / Warriors2Citizens-A mental health program for military service
      members, veterans, and family
   4. Pamela Williams / AiJalon Inc. Adult Day Health-Innovative approaches for
      caring for the aged
   5. Nancy Denofio / The Broderick Brain Foundation-Research for individuals
      with brain disorders, including Alzheimers, MS, ALS, and motor function
   6. Doreen Taylor – A home healthcare expert with 30 years of experience
      discusses new methods in how to determine the accelerations and stability in
      Dementia and Alzheimer’s, the union between mental health and medical
      health, and the value of decreasing drugs and increasing care provider
      intervention
   7. Melody LeBaron - Creating Simplicity, Order, and Natural Beauty at Home
      and Work…Partnering with our homes and workplaces, to find ones that
      will create more sustainable and joyful spaces--and lives.
   8. Doug Bremner / Emory University, Brig Gen John Owings, Col. Michael
      Roberts, & Ross Mason / Georgia Department of Public Health (Vice
      Chairman)- Panel: to speak on the design of a retreat at Calloway Gardens
      for soldiers returning from Iraq and their families

II) SOM 120                                                         C) Innovative
Volunteer Programs in the U.S.                      Sun. 1:00 – 5:00pm

Moderator: Meena Verma

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Jeri Sumitani / Emory PA Program: South Georgia Farmworker Health
      Project-academic programs to provide migrant farmer healthcare in South
      Georgia
   2. Joanne Thurston / Cobb County Medical Society-strategic issues of starting
      and growing a health clinic for the uninsured
   3. Ifeanyi Felix Nnajiofor-hospital volunteer programs
   4. Jack Bernard / SCORE (SBA affiliate)-Volunteering to help small health care
      oriented businesses
   5. Todd Schlesinger-Volunteerism in your community: Free and Low Cost
      Health Screenings…free skin screenings for skin cancer
   6. Doris Nelms, moderator / United Hospice Atlanta- Panel: The role of
      volunteers in hospice work
   7. Shaun Verma / Milton High School: MDJunior Program…Inspiring Selfless
      Service through Mentorship…empowering teens to make a difference in
      their communities through medical volunteerism
   8. Eleanor Smith / Concrete Change – Concrete change works with legislation
       and volunteer organizations to provide universally accessible housing designs
       for all people
   9. J.D. McCrary / Lutheran Services of Georgia - Refugee Resettlement in
       Georgia
   10. Linda Grabbe / Community Advanced Practice Nurses Clinic, with Yvonne
       Hewitt, Janell Ball, & Michelle Brookey – A nurse practitioner / clinical
       assistant director and student volunteers to speak on the ―Herban Garden‖
       project offered to homeless women in Atlanta seeking daytime refuge at the
       Atlanta Day Shelter
   11. Alison O’Neil / Beauty Becomes You - A health promoting best practices
       model for personal aesthetics in geriatric care, addressing the importance of
       grooming and hygienic care of older adults.



III) SOM 130                                                          A)
Humanitarian Advocacy Efforts                                        Sat. 12:00 –
5:00pm

Moderator: Tamica Means

*average amount of time per speaker = @30 minutes

   1. Henry Kahn / Physicians for a National Health Program-access to healthcare
      for all Americans
   2. Pippa Abston / North Alabama Healthcare for All-healthcare for all in
      America: The perspective from a practicing pediatrician
   3. Joanna Reid / JoannaCare – Through JoannaCare we are helping others
      dealing with extreme medical situations both financially and through
      advocacy
   4. Jack Birge, Tanner Hospital, Carrollton, GA -A physician with 52 years of
      medical practice who continues to be an active patient advocate (indigents
      without insurance, industrial poisoning of the environment, adequate public
      health, etc)
   5. Simon Thayel Sakharia / CSCA India-academic institutions advocating to help
      the poor and sick (slum areas)
   6. Mary McMahon / Nurses For the Nations-Assisting the indigenous and the
      poor with Malaria in developing countries through the 7 pillars of
      transformational care
   7. Rafael Veraza-A story of mobilizing to fundraise and fight bureaucracy to
      save the life of an immigrant Mexican boy in need of a heart transplant
   8. Rita Valenti / Health Care-NOW, Georgia-Learning from the history of
      struggle in Georgia for universal, comprehensive health care for all, and how
      this can inform our strategic efforts to achieve this goal in current times
   9. Shannon Fleming-advocating for assistance to Emory students who are single
       parents
   10. Charlotte Fairchild / Fear Thou Not-safety awareness / promotion of the
       buddy system to change kidnapping & murder statistics

III) SOM 130                                                        B) Programs
to Reduce Violence or Discord                         Sun. 8:30am – 12:00

Moderator: Tamica Means

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Alyse Lopez-Salm / Partnership Against Domestic Violence-preventing
      intimate partner violence / providing survivor support for those battered or
      abused by a dating partner or spouse
   2. Frank Vandall / Emory University Law School-Guns, children, and congress
   3. Eddie Chapman / Drive Safe, Stop Safe-Educating the public on how to have
      safe encounters when you are stopped by the Police
   4. Dexter Humphrey / JASA Enterprises-The Importance of Literacy, Anti-
      bullying, Non Violence Initiatives for Students
   5. James P. Griffin Jr. / Metropolitan Atlanta Violence Prevention Partnership
      (MAVPP)- How to Talk with Seventh- to Twelfth-Grade African American
      Youth about Manhood Development
   6. Victor Osas Wilson / Saint Paul University-Conflict management in the work
      place
   7. Arthur Powell / EGRESS Consultants LLC - Community Accountability:
      Dealing With Gangs and the urgency for people to become active in their
      communities, addressing gang issues to make their neighborhoods safer.
   8. Ann Kelly / Hands & Words are Not For Hurting Project- an effective
      award-winning tool in abuse and violence prevention education that has been
      implemented in homes, schools, and communities nationally and
      internationally
   9. Antony Thaliath / Gandhi Foundation of USA –Non-violent conflict
      resolution…Following the footsteps of Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.


III) SOM 130                                                        C) Medical
Missions & Healthcare Perspectives                          Sun. 1:00 – 5:00pm

Moderator: Tamica Means

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Janna Zwerner, The Power of One - Project B.R.A.S.I.L.: the Power of One –
      Learn how over a 2 year period and for less than $1000, 1 ton of medical &
       rehab equipment was flown from Boston to a remote town in Brazil & given
       to impoverished residents with disabilities
   2. Frank Brightwell, Somos Amigos Medical Missions - Lessons learned after
       fourteen years of operating a medical and dental clinic in a rural and under-
       served area of a developing country
   3. Maria Castejon, Clinica Medica Manos de Jesus - Clinica Medica Manos de
       Jesus, in the mountains of Copan Ruinas, Honduras: An opportunity for
       public health students & residents or anyone else involved in global health
       issues to get involved in various projects that range from preventive medicine
       to treating active diseases.
   4. Sunandan (Sonny) Bandyopadhyay / Global HEED-the Global HEED
       operating model: recruiting unpaid volunteers to be consistent Executive
       Board performers; development work in Guatemala in healthcare,
       education, and microfinance; creating University Chapters; starting a health
       program; assisting with the formation of the Global Health & Humanitarian
       Summit.
   5. Ruth Long / International Service Learning-Medical, dental, nursing, public
       health, and veterinarian service / mission trips for students to provide hands-
       on experience and potential academic credit
   6. Rosemary Clement / Breast Health Global Initiative - Bringing the Breast
       Care Standards to Low Resource Countries
   7. Kenneth Rutledge / Uro-P.A.A.C.S. - Developing Urological teaching
       curriculum & training for 8 African Missionary Hospitals training General
       Surgeons
   8. Lauren O’Brien / Embraced Atlanta – Director / Founder of an organization
       that collects orthopedic and prosthetic equipment and redistributes them to
       health clinics and individuals in need both locally and globally will speak on
       starting a non-profit… how and where to get started
   9. Muhumed Abdullahi/ Abdullahi Intiative Medical Group – A Kenya native
       speaks on improving the field of medicine and the diseases that affect most
       people in the world from a business prospective
   10. Quincy Chopra / Operation Safety Net-Motivating non-medical personnel to
       get involved in medical volunteering

IV) HARLAND
A) Creativity & Making a Difference…Clowning and the Arts:            Sat. 12:00 –
5:00pm

Moderators: Brad Olschansky, Issifu Harruna, & Henrique Rego

*average amount of time per speaker = @30 minutes

   1. Hiep Nguyen / Circle Painting Project-fostering creativity, holistic healing,
      future, leaders, and civic engagement
   2. Buford P. Fuddwhacker (Roger Reece) – Motivational speaker, humorist and
      country philosopher will give a talk on maintaining a positive attitude…‖Put
      Your Hound Dog Out of its Misery‖
   3. Brenda M. Tillman-Promoting global unity and respect for different cultures
      through creative writing & spoken word.
   4. Barbara & Marc O’Brien -Sanctuary Island, Inc: A Joruney to Enhance Self
      Esteem: An RN mother and physically challenged son who has a BA degree
      in communications and is an author, support others to publish their stories,
      participate in therapeutic horseback riding, and enhance the health, literacy,
      life experience, and self-esteem of wounded warriors and others who are
      disabled, and children facing adversity.
   5. John Glick /Gesundheit! Institute-An overview of the Gesundheit! Institute
      (Patch Adams’ organization), which reaches out globally to help in all sectors
      of distressed communities, combining art, healthcare, and collaborative
      community development
   6. Tim Cunningham - Clowns without Borders: developing psychosocial relief
      programs that include performances and workshops in post-earthquake
      Haiti, and how to translate this work into other zones of conflict and
      catastrophe.
   7. Roberto Ravagnani & Felipe Mello / Canto Cidadao, Brazil - The Clown in the
      hospital environment as a tool to stimulate citizenship.
   8. Henrique Rego, Luiza Oliveira & Bruno Salveira / Sorrir e Viver (To Smile is to
      Live) – Clowning and story-telling classes for medical students to create an
      improved and more humanitarian medical education
   9. Fred Seligson / Children’s Peace Train-Creating an international movement
      of poster trains of art depicting peace from in many different countries.




IV) HARLAND
B) Integrative Health:                                                         Sun.
8:30am – 12:00

Moderators: Brad Olschansky & Issifu Harruna

 *average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Marty Finkelstein-Healthy relationships that heal the world
   2. Bob Lancer-Raising Our Children, Raising Ourselves: Reversing the "the old
      school" parenting practices to produce adults who honor one another and
      the sacredness of life
   3. Corina Pia / Sandy Springs Yoga-Improving one’s health through meditation
   4. Tasneem Bhatia /Atlanta Center for Holistic & Integrative Medicine -
      integrative medicine as a future model of health in health care
   5. Michael Jamison - Qi-Gong and lifestyle modification
   6. Michael Scimeca–A chiropractor of 18 years, life coach, and author of ―The
       Guardian Within‖ will present ―Forward Healing,‖ an excitingly new model
       of eldering that advances the art of stepping well into each new phase of life
   7. Victoria Taylor/Acupuncturist – Community acupuncture an effective way to
       bring deep healing to many individuals
   8. Dr. Veronique Desaulniers – A breast cancer conqueror speaks on
       empowering women around the globe about healthier choices for their body
       and to inspire them to be Proactive with Prevention, specifically as it relates
       to breast cancer
   9. Paul Esch /Director of Nature’s Touch – Quantum Healing with the power of
       your words
   10. Shannon Lagasse/ Young and Fresh Health – Holistic health education and
       coaching about how to eat for energy, weight lost, and longevity

 IV) HARLAND                                                           C) Health
Education:                                                           Sun. 1:00 –
5:00pm

Moderators: Issifu Harruna & Brad Olschansky

 *average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Gina Johnson / Picture of Health Foundation- Obesity in kids / eating healthy
       on a low budget
   2. Deborah Murray / University of Kentucky /Health Education through
       Extension Leadership - Preventing childhood obesity in Appalachia
   3. Andrew Chung - Cardiologist tries to put himself out of business teaching
       everyone to lose the terrible bad inside fat which causes a plethora of
       medical problems
   4. David Slavin / Unitarian Universalist Church of Atlanta-improving the
       American diet by getting back to food instead of food products / racial
       inequalities / healthy food accessibility issues for the inner city poor &
       minority population
   5. Shula Edelkind / Feingold Association of the United States-An introduction to
       the Feingold Diet as reasonable intervention for ADHD, and the role of food
       additives as triggers in cognitive, learning, and health problems
   6. Kelly Timco- Fighting obesity can be fun: Hula hooping your way to good
       health
   7. Linda Johnson- Fighting obesity through dance.
   8. Andy Chung / GA Tech-―What’s in a Doctor’s Bag?‖ Club – a program to
       demystify medicine to young kids
   9. Raymond Boyce / Asthma & Allergy Foudation of America
   10. Bethanie Wilkinson / Cancer Education Foundation-Cancer education, from
       promoting health to helping those with cancer, the caregivers, and survivors
       via workshops.
   11. Lakeba Wallace / Young Women with Breast Cancer-Breast cancer education
       and support
   12. Amparo Gonzalez / Emory Latino Diabetes Education Program – A
       Culturally Sensitive Diabetes Self-Management Education Program for
       Latinos in the US, providing education on lifestyle behaviors, coping skills,
       and problem-solving to achieve metabolic control and reduce the risk of
       devastating complications.
   13. Chase Black / Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine-Panel
       discussion on childhood obesity: ways that the community, schools, and
       parents can prevent obesity in children, such as behavior modification,
       healthier options in school cafeterias, etc.



V) WHSCAB                                                            A)
International Medical Missions: Session 1                         Sat. 12:00 –
5:00pm

Moderator: Steve Thiltgen

*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Marshall Lyon / Emory School of Medicine Division of Infectious Disease-
       Africa / how to get started in volunteering
   2. Charles Moore / Founder and Co-Editor of the IJMV, CEO of the Healing
       Community Center at City of Refuge – An introduction to the International
       Journal of Medical Volunteerism, a quarterly international peer-reviewed
       journal initiated at last year’s International Medical Volunteerism
       Conference
   3. Paulette West & Sarah Watson / United Methodist Volunteers in Mission
       (Southeastern Jurisdiction)- Expanding & sustaining medical missions with
       spirituality
   4. Connie Cheren / Partners for Care- How Americans can help and do no harm
   5. Stephen Martin / Amigos for Christ-Short-term international surgical
       missions - Why go? What is the hope? What is the reality?
   6. Steven Roser & Jay Stanka / Emory University-Nicaragua / pediatric cleft
       lip/palate surgical repair missions
   7. Steven Roser & Jay Stanka / Emory University-Preparing for participation in
       disaster relief/humanitarian aid programs
   8. Deepa Ranganathan / Arpan Global Charities - A volunteer medical trip
       abroad - the good, the bad and How to make the best of it!
   9. Bill Reichart / Christian Medical & Dental Associations of Atlanta-
       overcoming the obstacles to volunteer: how to move from interest to
       involvement
   10. Francisco Palomeque / EncuentrosMED - Medical Spanish and Global Health
       issues
   11. Anand Sridharan / Catholic Medical Mission Board- Enhancing and
       expanding global medical volunteerism
   12. Annabel Green-Lavielle / Global Heart Network-an example of how
       technology can boost synergism among humanitarian efforts: A unique web-
       based platform promoting and expediting collaboration between nonprofits
       working in the field of pediatric cardiac care
   13. Nell Diallo / Medshare-A successful program which demonstrates how
       medical surplus can be use to improve healthcare delivery in the developing
       world and do no harm
   14. Olalekan Olaifa / Emory University-Teaching and developing infrastructure
       in developing countries; a perspective from a Nigerian physician who has
       been on the front lines

V) WHSCAB                                                             B)
International Medical Missions: Session 2                            Sun. 8:30 –
12:00

Moderator: Steve Thiltgen

*average amount of time per speaker = @ 20 minutes

   1. Ira Leeds / Emory Medishare-Haiti / surgery: student involvement
   2. Mengyi (Zed) Zha / Peking University -China / first student-run free clinic in
      China, based on the U.S. model
   3. Joe Smiddy / St. Mary’s Health Wagon, Clinchco, VA / Body & Soul Medical
      Clinic, Beliz-Appalachia to Belize: student medical missions
   4. Jerimiah Grantham- Preparing for medical emergency missions
   5. James Burris / The Hands of Christ, Inc.- Designing hospitals in areas of need
      abroad
   6. Olaseni Ajibade, Emory University-Nigeria / Cultural sensitivity and ethical
      responsibility; a perspective from a Nigerian student at Emory
   7. Mike Miller / Predisan- Funding and board development (nuts & bolts of
      fundraising)
   8. Victor Mbaba / Africa’s Children’s Fund-Promoting medical volunteerism in
      developing countries
   9. Sarah Rae Strunk / Emory University School of Medicine-Why should we
      teach people to fish? Healthcare provider education as a means to impact
      sustainable change in resource-limited settings: Lessons learned from Haiti
      and Rwanda

V) WHSCAB                                                             C)
International Medical Missions: Session 3                           Sun. 1:00 –
5:00pm

Moderator: Steve Thiltgen
*average amount of time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. Jonathan Pollack / Emory Global Surgery Program-surgery programs in the
      developing world
   2. Darrius Maggi & Bob Scanlon / West Africa Fistula Foundation- Sierra Leone
      / obstetrical fistulas
   3. Gordon Nyabade / Go Fishnet Youth Project-Kenya / treatment of children
      with bacterial meningitis
   4. Harold Adolph / St. Luke’s Health Care Foundation (Soddo Christian
      Hospital, Ethiopia)-Africa / training and surgery for rural Africa
   5. Audry Klossner / Damien House- Treating Hansen’s disease in Ecuador
   6. Anita Rich, Nurses Heart to Heart- Iraq / heart disease, screening, & surgery
      / cardiac nurse training Iraq / nursing / heart to heart programs
   7. Jaime Tisnado/VCU Medical School – Andes, Peru/Teaching medical skills,
      providing supplies

V) WHSCAB                                                                 D) Closing
KEY NOTE Presentation: Patch Adams
Sun. 5:30 – 8:00pm

      Patch Adams / The Gesundheit! Institute - ―The Joys & Challenges of Health
       & Humanitarian Volunteer Work” -- Insights from the Internationally-
       Acclaimed Activist, Clown, and Doctor who was played by Robin Williams
       in the 1998 Warner Brothers movie

       True to the movie about his life, the real Patch Adams has devoted his life
       to creating and inspiring a model for a more humanitarian face for health care in
       the United States and around the world. He regularly leads international clown
       mission trips to war-torn and suffering parts of the world to calm the nerves of
       distressed children, patients, and caregivers.



VI) SOM 153A
Panels, Break-Outs, & Open Discussions
A) A Flourishing Local Free Clinic Model
Sat. 12 - 1pm

Moderated by Kimberly Stillwachs / Good Samaritan Health Center

    Panel: A panel of Good Samaritan staff, including founder & president Bill
    Warren: The difficulty in accessing specialty care for uninsured, low-income
    patients and the model Good Samaritan Health Center uses to overcome this
    difficulty
   VI) SOM 153A
   Panels, Break-Outs, & Open Discussions
   B) Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities
   Sat. 1 – 2pm

   Moderated by Melissa Firestone / Commission on Disability Affairs, Fulton
   County

   Panel: Panelists include Vernitia Shannon / N’ Spi’ One: Persons with disabilities
   and their issues

   Special guest appearance by the Mills Fulton County Senior Facility’s guitar
   group

   VI) SOM 153A
   Panels, Break-Outs, & Open Discussions
   C) Spreading the Free Clinic Model from America to China
   Sat 2 - 3 pm

    Moderated by Zed Zha / Peking University Health Science Center Student-Run
    Free Clinic Project

    Open Discussion: Student Initiatives…Making a Difference in Health Care
    Around the World


    VI) SOM 153A
    Panels, Break-Outs, & Open Discussions
    D) Awareness / Fundraising For Cardiovascular Health in Africa
    Sun. 9 – 11am

    Moderated by Annabel Lavielle

    Open Meeting: Awareness and Fundraising to Improve Cardiovascular Health
    in Africa…innovative approaches such as movie projects: ―The Backyard
    Tribe‖

VI) SOM 153A
Panels, Break-Outs, & Open Discussions
E) Affordable Health Care for All                                                 Sun.
1 – 2 pm

Moderated by Henry Kahn / Physicians for a National Health Program

Open Caucus: Advocacy for Affordable Health Care for All Americans (USA)
VI) SOM 153A
Panels, Break-Outs, & Open Discussions
F) Making Room For Death: How to Support Your Loved Ones in Time of
Transition                                        Sun. 4 – 5 pm

Moderated by Melody LeBaron / Transforming Space, Transforming Self

Workshop: Making Room for Death: Preparing the Space in which a Loved One will
Die… Creating a space that supports the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual
process of your dying—as well as how to empower your dying loved one to guide that
process.



VII) SOM 190P                                                     Workshops:
Emergency & Preparedness Topics for Volunteers
Sat. 11am – 1:30pm

Moderated by Orlando Vallone

      1) Emergency and Preparedness Overview
       Speaker: Marilyn Self – Director Emergency and Preparedness - American
       Red Cross, Atlanta GA. (11am)
     2) Volunteer Medical Response Case
       Speaker: Antonio Marttos Junior, MD – Assistant Professor of Surgery,
       Director of Trauma Telemedicine - Jackson Memorial Hospital, Division of
       Trauma and Surgical Critical Care - University of Miami - Miller School of
       Medicine (11:40am)
       3) Community Response during Emergency/Disaster Situations
       Speakers: tentative speaker from CERT, CDC, or communications volunteer
       (12:20pm)


VIII) WINSHIP                                                            A) A
Diverse Spectrum of Humanitarian Efforts & Issues
Sat. 12:00 – 5:00pm

Moderated by Susanne Pickering

*Average time per speaker = @20 minutes

   1. David Jockers – Presenting The 5 Essentials for Amazing Health in effort to
      maximize the standard of living
   2. Don Simmons /International Sound Therapy Association – Meditation as a
      personal path to peace
3. Daron Joffe/ Farmer D Organics – Organic farming, gardening, biodynamics,
    school gardens, health, nutrition in relation to growing your own food
4. Trisha Tyler / Georgia Aquarium - Sustainable seafood…the issues relating to
    certain fishing methods, the impact of certain seafoods on human health
    (including mercury exposure), and resources to support better consumer
    choices
5. Ann Bassarab / Osotua Rhino Sanctuary – Community-based conservation in
    Kenya: insights from an American married to a Maasai tribesman.
6. Alizeh Ahmad / Central Asia Institute - Girls' education in Pakistan; globally-
    minded education in the United States; the effects of the recent floods there
7. Festus Adu/ Women Infant and Child Immunizations – The state of Nigerian
    Children
8. Kimberly Goodloe / Mended Hearts – Pain with a Purpose…A cardiac patient
    speaks about turning trials to triumph, and volunteering to help other
    patients and their families in the cardiac unit at St. Joseph’s Hospital
9. Kathleen Cooley / More For Atlanta – Humanitarian/activist speaks on
    alterative ―community‖ living along with volunteering to feed, dress, house,
    and give assistance to people in need through More for Atlanta
10. Jan Gundersen / Emory University – The story of how an Emory student
    organized his own soccer camp for the slum kids (orphans and vulnerable
    kids) of Langas Primary School in Kenya, working the entire previous school
    year fundraising for soccer equipment and funding.
11. Neema Iyer/ Graduate student at Emory – The need for sexual education in
    schools in Africa
12. Maurice LeCroy – Examining and redefining the traditional roles of the
    masculine and feminine in this current time, so we are empowered to create a
    healthy and balanced relationship, community and world
13. Celeste Koshida/ Women’s Federation for World Peace – The role of women’s
    leadership in the 21st century
14. Karen Clarke/ Flint P Fleming Jr Art Foundation – Creator of Caribbean
    Melange Radio to promote culture infusionism and recognize that self-hate
    manifests into outward conflict with others



VIII) WINSHIP                                                             B) A
Diverse Spectrum of Humanitarian Efforts & Issues
Sun. 8:30am – 12:00

Moderated by Susanne Pickering

1. Mitch Rostad/ HEAL and the HEALing Community Center – Update
   presentation from last year’s conference
   VIII) WINSHIP                                                          C) A
   Diverse Spectrum of Humanitarian Efforts & Issues
   Sun. 1:00 – 5:00pm

   Moderated by Susanne Pickering

   1. Connie Harryman/American Creativity Association, Austin Global – Applying
      creativity to global issues
   2. Daniel Pohnke / Full Moon Rising – an Israeli musician speaks on an
      international music project to promote a movement of empowered people
      living up to their fullest potential through the creation of the Brave New
      World album recorded in India and Israel, with a different producer and a
      different set of musicians for each song
   3. Gordan Draves/President of Georgians Against Smoking Pollution – Health
      Education Programs, Environmental risks of secondhand cigarette smoking
      and tobacco campaigns
   4. OPEN DISCUSSION: Jim Felix, Alex Kass, and Mike Capps / Emory Law
      School, moderators - The Truth About Cigarettes: An Open Dialogue with
      the Smoking Community, moderated by Emory Law students

IX) WH 207                                                               Holism:
From the Science of Consciousness to Integrative/Holistic/Alternative Medicine:
Part 1              Sat. 12:00 –5:00pm

Moderated by Eva Herr

   1. Elizabeth Rauscher, PhD - HOLISM: Physics to Holistic and
      Energy/Alternative Medicine
   2. Norm Shealy, MD/ Holos Institute - Life Beyond 100—Secrets of the Fountain
   3. Rollin McCraty/ Director of Research Heartmath Research Institute &
      Katherine Floriano/ Executive Director of Institute of Heartmath - Global
      Coherence Project and Exploring the Role of the Heart in Human
      Performance
   4. Magda Havas, PhD – ElectroSmog
   5. Burton Goldberg - Treating Cancer Holistically
   6. Susan Kolb, MD / Millenium Healthcare - Cost Benefits of the Spiritual/
      Holistic/ Integrative Medical Model



IX) WH 207                                                               Holism:
From the Science of Consciousness to Integrative/Holistic/Alternative Medicine:
Part 2              Sun 12:00-4:00pm

Moderated by Eva Herr
   1. Paul Rademacher, PhD - The Monroe Institute
   2. Eric Lapp &Christina Vaselek/Alliance for Addiction Solution - A Promising
      Holistic Solution for Addiction
   3. Eva Herr, Medical Intuitive/ Holistic Health Journalist/Radio Host - Early
      Detection of Disease: How Do You Know?
   4. Tasneem Bhatia, MD - Holistic & Integrative Health - Medicine as a Future
      Model of Health in Healthcare
   5. Brad Gould, MD/Millenium Healthcare - Energy Medicine
   6. Mike Greenberg, DC/Millenium Healthcare - How Food is Making Us Sick



X) WH 208                                                                     Advocating
for the Mental Health of Veterans & Their Families         : Part 1
Sat. 1:00 – 4:00pm

Moderated by Col. Michael Roberts

A presentation of the unprecedented emotional "fallout" and conditions facing the
military warfighter resulting from their many redeployments in Iraq and Afghanistan and
other factors; and discussion of related societal and the family impacts (suicide, abuse,
addiction divorce and crime). A presentation will be made about a military best practice
model solution offering a Georgia respite and holistic healing campus and services. A
short overview of our investigative research and vision for future study will be described.

X) WH 208                                                                     Advocating
for the Mental Health of Veterans & Their Families : Part 2
Sun. 1:00 – 4:00pm

Moderated by Col. Michael Roberts

A presentation of the unprecedented emotional "fallout" and conditions facing the
military warfighter resulting from their many redeployments in Iraq and Afghanistan and
other factors; and discussion of related societal and the family impacts (suicide, abuse,
addiction divorce and crime). A presentation will be made about a military best practice
model solution offering a Georgia respite and holistic healing campus and services. A
short overview of our investigative research and vision for future study will be described.



XI) Anthropology 303                                                              The
Carter Center – Plans and Projects                     Fri. 4:00 – 5:00pm

Lauren Kent-Delany/ The Carter Center — Learn more about Jimmy Carter’s
Nonprofit government organization that seeks to wage peace, fight disease, and
bring hope to everyday people living in life threatening conditions caused by war,
famine, and disease.

SOM Commons
Non-Profit Exhibitors
Sat. 10am – 7pm
Sun. 8:30am – 5:30pm

SOM Commons
Gandhi Foundation of USA: Free Health Screenings
Sat. 11am – 2pm

Gandhi Foundation of USA: Free Health screenings
   To be held in the exhibit area of School of Medicine
   Local doctors to provide screenings

SOM (Outside)
US Soccer Foundation: Free Soccer Clinic for Kids
Sat. 11am – 12noon
Sat. 1 – 2pm

US Soccer Foundation: Passback Clinic:
    Free soccer Clinics for children ages 6 – 12
    Led by local youth coaches
    All skill levels welcome
    Includes free soccer ball, T-shirt, snacks and drinks



DUC: Commons, Faculty Dining Room, Alumni Dining Room KIDS CORNER /
YOGA For All Ages                                  Sat. & Sun 10:00am –
5:00pm

      Hands-on activities and performances for children.
      Arts, crafts, games, toy-making, clowns, and music
      Yoga for children, seniors, and everyone
      *young children will need to be accompanied by a guardian at all times.
       Unfortunately we are unable to offer daycare services.



SOM 170A                                                         Video
Screening Room : Movies, Documentaries, etc on Humanitarian Projects, Ideas, and
Issues                         Sat. 10:30am – 7:00pm Sun. 8:30am – 5:30pm
   View documentaries and films relating to many of the speakers and organizations
    presenting at the summit.
   Screening Schedule to be posted in School of Medicine

				
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