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Industry Expert Theater Seminars

CCC, Exhibit Hall A/F, Booth #1633

The following is a schedule of Exhibitor presentations that have been

scheduled in the Industry Expert Theater. See the exhibitor floor plan on

pages 256–257 for specific location.


10:00–10:45 a.m. Elsevier

“Early Career Researcher Publishing Workshop”

Getting your research published, read and cited—

tips for success.

11:00–11:45 a.m. incentaHealth

“Achieving Clinical Health Results in a Community


incentaHEALTH’s technology and programming

is producing meaningful health outcomes in the

community through its innovative, measurable and

outcomes-based platform.

12:00–12:45 p.m. National Cancer Institute

“Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T.—Plan, Link, Act, Network

with Evidence-based Tools”

The workshop will demonstrate a web portal that

provides evidence-based resources to inform the

development of effective cancer control programs.

1:00–1:45 p.m.


“CDC’s Emergency Response to Zika: A Presentation and

Meet the Expert Session”

During its 70-year history, the Centers for Disease

Control and Prevention (CDC) Emergency Operations

Center (EOC) has been activated to a Level 1 four

times—for Ebola, H1N1, Hurricane Katrina, and, now,

for Zika. During this session, Dr. Wanda Barfield,

Director of CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health

and a member of the CDC Zika Virus Response

Team’s Pregnancy and Birth Defects Task Force, will

share the latest information about Zika and discuss

the vital role that partnerships play in public health

emergency responses.

2:00–2:45 p.m.

Univ of Puerto Rico—SPH

“Showcase: Public Health at Puerto Rico”

Learn about our unique DrPH Program (CEPH-

Accredited) in social determinents, health analysis

and environmental health. Live the Caribbean


3:00–3:45 p.m.

Evidence for Action

“Evidence for Action (E4A) Funding Opportunity: An

Interactive Discussion”

Learn more about E4A’s open call for proposals,

examples of currently funded research, and tips for

a crafting competitive application.

4:00–4:45 p.m.

Hesperian Health Guides

“Creating empowering health education materials”

Learn about Hesperian’s unique approach to

developing health resources, and the diverse ways

in which they are used to promote health.


10:00–10:45 a.m Gilead Sciences, Inc.

“Learn About an Option to Reduce the Risk of Acquiring

HIV-1 Infection”

11:00–11:45 a.m. AARST

“Introduction to Radon Health Risk and Local Health


This presentation provides information on radon

health risk and how to implement local policy to

reduce radon induced lung cancer risk.

1:00–1:45 p.m.

VERBI Software

“Qualitative Data Analysis in Health Research: Indepth

Insights into MAXQDA 12”

Innovating QDA Software since 1989, MAXQDA is

a versatile yet easy-to-learn software for various

kinds of qualitative data: Experience interviews,

focus groups, surveys, and many more. You will

learn how MAXQDA works in practice and where it

can take your analysis.

2:00–2:45 p.m.


“Person-Centric Applications of “Big Data” in Public


The state of the art in data collection and analysis

now permits utilization of data from the population

level to the individual level.

3:00 - 3:45

Gilead Sciences, Inc.

“Learn About an Option to Reduce the Risk of Acquiring

HIV-1 Infection”

4:00–4:45 p.m.

Columbia Univ. Mailman SPH

“Doctoral Program Information Session”

Hear from representatives of the Columbia University

Mailman School of Public Health and the Yale

School of Public Health regarding doctoral program

offerings, admissions and financial aid.