0900 - 1050 Panel Discussion: COVID-19 Impacts on Public Health Response Efforts
Panel discussion focused on how addressing the COVID -19 global pandemic influenced changes in traditional public health response efforts.
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Health Hazards Session
1100 - 1140 Health Hazard Assessment: Protecting the Soldier
Familiarization of the Army’s Health Hazard Assessment (HHA) support and outreach to the Acquisition Lifecycle Management Community of Capabilities and Materiel Developers to reduce or eliminate occupational health hazards attributed to Army systems as they design and field new weapons, vehicles, and equipment for Soldiers.
1140 - 1200 Public Health Preparedness and Response
Hear how the APHC support Public Health Enterprise units and organizations prepare for and respond to public and one health events in their local area of responsibility.
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Public Health Surveillance Session
1300 - 1330 Remote Online Veterinary Record (ROVR) and the Government and Privately Owned Animal World wide Surveillance System (GPAWSS)
Utilization of ROVR veterinary eNote data in the GPAWSS-Zoonoses to determine trends and identify Zoonoses risk mitigation measures.
1330 - 1400 Integrated Vector-Borne Disease Surveillance Dashboard
Highlights of a centralized dashboard that visualizes all vector-borne disease occurrence (vector, animal, human) by Region and Installation. A true One Health product to easier facilitate readiness.
1400 - 1415 Break
1415 - 1445 Disease Reporting System internet (DRSi) for reportable animal and vector-borne diseases
Use of DRSi reportable human health events data in a public health response.
1445 - 1515 Overview of Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System - Industrial Hygiene (DOEHRS-IH) and how it supports the Individual Longitudinal Exposure Record (ILER)
How the individual DOEHRS-IH modules support the Individual Longitudinal Exposure Record (ILER).
1515 - 1545 State of U.S. Army Public Health Center Data
Current state of APHC in terms of our data usage culture and possible solutions to enhance data-driven organizational goals.
1545 - 1600 Closing Remarks
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