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2023 Conference Agenda

May 3, 2023
 
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Check-in/Onsite Registration
12:00 pm Lunch for registered participants
1:00 pm – Welcome  
1:15  pm – Meeting the Challenge in the Community: We Are Still Here!
                  Stephanie Arnold Pang, National Coalition of STD Directors
2:30 - 2:45 pm Break
2:45  pm – Breakout Sessions  
         A. Roundtable Discussions
 
 
 
  1. Indigenous HealthDonald L.H. Parisien, NDHHS
  2. Social Determinants of Health: Root Causes of Poverty, Homelessness, and Other Disparities in Health and Wellbeing
    Chandler Esslinger, Fargo Cass Public Health
  3. LGBTQ2S+ - Jorden Laducer, NDHHS
  4. New American, Foreign-Born, Immigrant (NFI) Update - Luisa Hoyos, NDHHS
  5. Best Practices for Hosting Outreach Events - Laura Spicer, MyAlly Health
  6. Partner Services and Frequently Asked STI Questions - Rachel Goebel,  NDHHS
  7. Get Out What You Put In - Shawn McBride, Grand Forks Public Health *
  8. HIV Mental Health & Psychosocial Services - Kara Gloe, Canopy Medical Clinic
       B. Tuberculosis Contact Investigation - Shea Rabley, Mayo Center for 
            Tuberculosis
 C. Treatment of Hepatitis C in Primary Care, SUD Treatment, and Hepatitis C
            Elimination Planning - 
Dr. Kayla Nelson, ShareHouse
4:00 pm Break
 
4:05 pm NDHHS Community Engagement Unit and Sexually Transmitted and Bloodborne Diseases Unit Update - Krissie Guerard,  Community Engagement Director and Lindsey VanderBusch, Director, Sexually Transmitted and Blood Borne Diseases Unit; NDHHS
 
May 4, 2023
 
7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast & Poster Sessions
8:30  am – Sharing Lived Experiences to Impact Public Health - Teliea Baker,
                    Jason Grueneich, and Dr. Abiola Fashanu
                    Moderator: Chandler Esslinger, Fargo Cass Public Health
10:00 am Break
10:15 am – Breakout Sessions (B)  
       A. Roundtable Session
 
  1. Indigenous Health - Cheyenne Smith and Sonya Abe
  2. Social Determinants of Health: Root Causes of Poverty, Homelessness, and Other Disparities in Health and Wellbeing Chandler Esslinger, Fargo Cass Public Health
  3. New American, Foreign-Born, Immigrant (NFI) - Luisa Hoyos, NDHHS
  4. Best Practices for Hosting Outreach Events - Laura Spicer, MyAlly Health
  5. Understanding the Counseling, Testing and Referral (CTR Program) - Sarah Weninger, NDHHS
  6. Roundtable on Syring Services Programs - Robyn Litke Sall, Fargo Cass Public Health
  7. How to Get What You Put In - Shawn McBride, Grand Forks Public Health *
  8. HIV Mental Health & Psychosocial Services - Kara Gloe, Canopy Medical Clinic
       B. Understanding Bias - Jorden Laducer, NDHHS
       C. North Dakota Perinatal HIV Case Study - Brenton Nesemeier, NDHHS
11:30 am - 12:15 pm Lunch (provided)
12:15pm – Breakouts (C)
 
  1. The US Health System is Changing: Population Health and Value-Based Care, Brad Gibbens,  Center for Rural Health (CRH) University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences
  2. Workshop in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Alicia Belay, NDHHS
  3. HIV PrEP, Heidi Selzler-Echola, Canopy Medical Clinic
 
1:30 PM     Break
1:45 pm     Cross-Cultural Communication in the Healthcare Workplace -
                    Jeremy Holloway, University of North Dakota
3:00 pm    Krissie Guerard, Community Engagement Director and
                    Lindsey VanderBusch, Director, Sexually Transmitted and Blood
                    Borne Diseases Unit; NDHHS
*This session does not count for credit hours with the ND Board of Addiction Counceling Examiners.
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