2018 OPHA Annual Conference & Meeting

October 8 & 9, 2018
Oregon State University - Corvallis, OR


* Indicates presenter

Monday, October 8th

8:00 – 9:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00 – 9:25 Welcome & Opening Remarks

Marti Franc, RN, MSN
President, Oregon Public Health Association

9:25 – 9:30 Opening Remarks from Diamond Sponsor Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials

Tricia Mortell, Chair, Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials,
Charlie Fautin, Past-Chair, Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials

9:30 – 10:30 Keynote Address

Heather D. Boonstra: "Taking Stock of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in the Trump Era"
Director of Public Policy for the Guttmacher Institute and Editor-in-Chief of the Institute’s policy journal, the Guttmacher Policy Review.

Introduction: Betty Bekemeier, Phd, MPH, RN, FAAN
Director, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

10:30 – 10:45 BREAK

10:45 – 12:00 Concurrent Sessions #1

(A) PANEL: Improved access to medication abortion in Oregon using telemedicine
Maureen K Baldwin*, MD MPH; Elizabeth Raymond*, MD; Paula Bednarek*, MD MPH
(B) PANEL: Community nutrition and health: What's agriculture got to do with it?
Lauren Gwin*, Clare Sullivan*, Robin Maille*
Moderator/Discussant: Jenny Jackson
1. Defining the Role of the Health System in Promoting Kindergarten Readiness: Driving the Development of an Oregon Early Learning Strategic Plan with Parent Voice
Diane Reid*, Callie Lambarth*
2. Addressing educational equity for Latino Youth in Oregon
Amy Young*, MPH; Yuridia Reyes*, Daniel Lopez-Cevallos*, PhD
3. The Lane County Body Mass Index Project: A step in developing an epidemiology of school-based risk for obesity prevention in Oregon
Deb Johnson-Shelton*, Geraldine Moreno-Black* and Gulcan Cil*
Moderator/Discussant: Chunhuei Chi
1. Health Care Advocacy Toolkit for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Kory Aschoff*, Erin J. Taylor*, Angela Weaver, OSAC Members
2. Evaluating a Social Determinants of Health and Healthcare Navigation Program: A Mixed Methods Approach
Katherine Bradley*, Kate LaForge*, Heather Voss, Peggy Wros
3. The Impact of Patient Complexity on Healthcare Utilization
Erika Cottrell, PhD, MPP, Jean P. O'Malley, MPH, Thuy Le, MPH, Katie Dambrun, MPH, Mary Charlson, MD, Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH, Jon Puro, MPA, Jennifer E. DeVoe, MD, DPhil, Brian Park, MD, MPH, Jonathan Todd*, PhD, MSPH, Abby Sears, MHA, MBA
Moderator/Discussant: Brian K. Johnson
1. The burden and distribution of fatal and non-fatal disabling injuries in the Oregon construction industry: Analysis of Oregon workers' compensation accepted disabling claims, 2007-2013
Liu Yang*, MS, MPH, Adam Branscum, PhD, Ellen Smit, PhD, RD, Laurel Kincl, PhD
2. Injury Surveillance and Evaluation of Medical Services Utilized During the 2016 Track and Field Olympic Trials
John Paul Bigouette*, MPH, MS, ATC; Nicholas Strasser, MD; Jonathan Greenleaf, MD; Stanley L. James, MD; Erin C. Owen, PhD, MPH
3. Youth and Adolescent Suicides, Deschutes County, Oregon, 2017
George A. Conway*, MD, MPH
Moderator/Discussant: Sharon Coryell
1. Universal Health Care and Its Impact on Racism as a Public Health Threat
Tom Sincic*, RN, MSN, FNP-Retired, and Leslie Gregory, PA-C
2. The changing landscape of governmental public health in Oregon
Kim La Croix*, Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer*

12:00 – 1:00 Luncheon & Networking

Section Meetings/Events:                                          

(A) Addiction Prevention Section Meeting    

(B) Chiropractic Section Meeting                               

(C) Disabilities Section Meeting                                 

(D) Epidemiology & Biostatistics Section Meeting     

(E) Health Education & Promotion Section Meeting  

(F) Healthy Environment Section Meeting                 

(G) Medical Providers Section Meeting                 

(H) Nursing Section Meeting                    

(I) Oral Health Section Meeting         

1:00 – 1:15 BREAK

1:15 – 2:30 Concurrent Sessions #2

(A) PANEL: Ensuring equitable access to healthcare for underserved populations
Jonathan Garcia*, Richard Crosby (co-author) Dan Dowhower*, Marie Harvey (co-author), and Lisa Oakley (co-author) Julia H. Drizin*, Jessica R. Gorman (co-author), Marie Harvey (co-author), and Kate C. Hultberg (co-author)
Moderator: Susannah Gibbs
Moderator/Discussant: Mitch Haas
1. Computer-based training (CBT) intervention reduces workplace violence and harassment for homecare workers
Nancy Glass, Ginger C. Hanson, W. Kent Anger*, Naima Laharnar, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Marc Weinstein, Nancy Perrin
2. Team Truck Drivers: A Vulnerable Working Population
Jarred Rimby*, Kelsey Parker, Layla Mansfield, Peter Johnson, Steven A. Shea, Miguel Marino, Fangfang Wang, Jason Malach-Fuller, Rachel Springer, & Ryan Olson
3. Interactive training improves workplace climate, knowledge, and support towards domestic violence
Nancy Glass, Ginger C. Hanson, Naima Laharnar, W Kent Anger*, Nancy Perrin
Moderator/Discussant: Liana Winett
1. Quality of Care Implications through Community Food Pantry-based Service-Learning
Kala Mayer*, Tanya Bachman*
2. Preparing UK and US Nursing Students to Better Support Population Health
Kathie Lasater*, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
3. Locating Integrative Health within Population Health: Creating an Innovative Degree Program
Pamela Potter*, Tanya Bachman*, Kala Mayer*
Moderator/Discussant: Katherine Bradley
1. The Impact of Continuity of Care on Pap Test Guideline Concordance
Tao Li*, MD, PhD; Jangho Yoon, PhD; Jeff Luck, PhD; Linh Bui; Marie Harvey, DrPh
2. Coordinated Cross-Sector Approach to Sustaining Evidence Based Health Education Programming
Lizdaly Cancel*, Rachel Petersen*, Erin Sedlacek*, Kacey Urrutia*, Charissa White*, Nicole Fields*, Stephanie Jensen*
3. Antecedents & Social Segmentation of Oral-SIT Beliefs Following Exposure to HIV Oral Self-Testing
Ashley Schuyler*, MPH; Corine Tyler*, MS; Ryan Singh*, MPH; Joseph A. Catania, PhD; John Geldhof, PhD; M. M. Dolcini, PhD; Gary Harper, PhD;  Lance Pollack, PhD
Moderator/Discussant: Ken Rosenburg
1. "If you're on suboxone, you're not in recovery": Medication Assisted Treatment Successes and Stigma
Erin Stack*, Lauren Maxim, Nicole Cerra*, Dana Peterson, John Mcilveen
2. Engaging Communities to Enact Change: Evaluation of Interdisciplinary Efforts to Reduce Opioid Abuse in Rural Oregon
Gregory Heinonen*, Lisa Marriott
3. Three pain treatment clinics in Northwest Oregon offering alternatives to opioid medication: A process evaluation
Karen Volmar*, Marc Braverman*, Jangho Yoon, Diana Govier
Moderator/Discussant: Danielle Droppers
1. Perceived Medical Mistrust among Young Adult Latinos in Rural Oregon: Influence of Cultural and Structural Factors
Lisa P. Oakley, PhD; Daniel F. Lopez-Cevallos*, PhD; and S. Marie Harvey, DrPH
2. Interpreting Medication Labels: Launching An Interprofessional, Grassroots Advocacy Campaign for Health Equity
Kristen Beiers-Jones MN,RN*, Cheryl Coon, J.D., LL.M., Marius Ibuye, Matthew Ngo, Brian Park MD,MPH, Margot Presley DNP, FNP-C, Maysa Shakibinia-Shirazi*
3. From Policy to Practice: Increasing Health Care Access for Immigrant Communities in Oregon                                                                             
Estela Muñoz Villarreal*, Josie Silverman-Méndez, MPH, Amy Casso, MPA, Malika Edden Hill*, MSW

2:30 – 2:45 BREAK

2:45 – 4:00 ***OPHA Board Meeting***

2:45 – 4:00 Concurrent Sessions #3

(A) PANEL: State public health strategies for adolescent mental and reproductive health promotion
Kate O'Donnell*, MPH; Jamie Smith*, MPH, BSN, RN, NCSN; Shelagh Johnson*, A.A., B.S; 
Moderator: Wes Rivers, MPAff
Moderator/Discussant: Charlie Fautin
1. Planning for Climate Change: New Tools and Success Stories
Emily York*, Vicki Ryan, Mac Gillespie*
2. Fracked Gas: A Major Threat to Health and Safety
Regna Merritt*, PA; Patricia Bellamy*, BS, RN; Marilee Dea, MSRN, CPNP; Diane Winn, MPH, RN
3. Opportunities for Building Social Resilience through Public Health Practice
Sandi Phibbs*, Margaret Braun*, Emily York*, Nurit Fischler
Moderator/Discussant: Deborah John
1. Data and capacity needs for addressing rural health disparities
Betty Bekemeier*, Tim Noe*, Anne Turner, India Ornelas, Seungeun Park, Megan Rogers, Melinda Schultz
2. Assessing Inequities using the BARHII Tool, a rural perspective of Polk County
Rebecca Chavez*, Katrina Rothenberger, Jacqui Beal, Rebecca Knight, Wendy Morgan, Polk County Community Partners, Polk County Public Health Staff and management 
3. Tobacco Retail Licensing: 10 Equity Considerations and Challenges to Consider
Edward Gutierrez*; Becky Wright; Susan Montgomery*
Moderator/Discussant: Paulina Kaiser
1. Applying the Patient Demographic Data Quality (PDDQ) Framework to Reduce Duplicate Patient Records: Findings from a Pilot Study
Dea Papajorgji-Taylor*, MPH; Kim Funkhouser, BS; Suzanne Gillespie, MS; Carmen Smiley, PhD; Jon Puro, MPA; Mary Ann McBurnie, PhD
2. Using Panel Surveys to Inform Policy and Strategic Priorities
Beth Vorderstrasse*, Sharon Coryell*
3. Local Knowledge for Participatory Public Health Practice: A Crowdsourcing Approach to Mapping Social Determinants within Low-Resourced LHDs
Ryan J. Petteway*
Moderator/Discussant: Sunil Khanna
1. Determinants of Private Health Insurance Coverage in a National Health Insurance System: Lessons from South Korea
Minjeong Kim*, SP and Jangho Yoon
2. The Impact of Supplemental Private Health Insurance Coverage on Unmet Health Care Need
Susanna Park*, Minjeong Kim, Jangho Yoon
3. Healthcare in Oregon, 2023; as seen through an international lens
Bruce Thomson*, MD
Moderator/Discussant:Carolyn Aldwin
 1. Mitigating cognitive decline and the trauma of gentrification among older African Americans
Patrice Fuller*, BS, Raina Croff, PhD, Edline Francois, BA, Juell Towns, Andre Pruitt, MSW, LCSW, Jeffrey Kaye, MD
2. (You Are) Dam Worth It: Using the Influential Platform of Athletics to Promote Mental Health
Nathan Braaten*; Bonnie Hemrick*, MPH; Taylor Ricci*
3. Understanding Health Care Service Use and Cost for Anxious Youth
Frances Lynch*, John Dickerson, Phillip Crawford, Stacy Sterling, Beth Waitzfelder, Brian Ahmedani, Argero Zerr, Robin Weersing

4:00 – 6:00 BREAK/NETWORKING - Hors d’oeuvres

4:00 – 6:00 OPHA Poster Session
Click here to view featured poster presentations!

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Tuesday, October 9th

8:00 – 8:30 Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:30 – 9:00 Welcome & Introductory Comments

Craig Mosbaek, MPH
President-Elect – Oregon Public Health Association

9:00 – 9:30 Brief Reports from OPHA Committees & Sections

Craig Mosbaek, MPH

9:30 – 10:30 Keynote Address

Catherine Barber: "Partnering with Gun Owners to Reduce Suicide"
Senior researcher in the Injury Research Center at the Harvard School of Public Health and founding director of the Means Matter project.

Introduction: Henry Wessinger
Executive Director, State of Safety

10:30 - 10:45 BREAK

10:45 – 12:00 Concurrent Sessions #4

(A) PANEL: The impact of stigma on diffusion, uptake, and performance of HIV prevention practices
Joseph A. Catania* (Moderator), M. Margaret Dolcini*, Gary Harper, Dennis Fortenberry, Victoria Vandelinde, Ryan Singh, Lance Pollack, Ashley Schuyler*, Zainab Alidina, Omar Jamil
Moderator/Discussant: Ken Rosenburg
1. Addressing Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue (GVPHI) in Oregon: Recommendations from the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue (GVPHI) Advisory Committee
Laura Zeigen*, James Gaudino*, Kathleen Carlson, Ryan Petteway, Brian Gibbs
2. Firearm Injuries among Post-9/11 Veterans in Oregon, 2007-2016
Kathleen F. Carlson*, MS, PhD; Tess A. Gilbert, MHS; Lawrence J. Cook, MStat, PhD
3. Safe Gun Storage: A Survey of Preferences among Parents and Caregivers of Children
Catlin Dennis*, BA, Ben Hoffman, MD, Meredith Boulos, BS, Adrienne Gallardo, MA, Tess Gilbert, MHS, Susan DeFrancesco, JD, MPH, Kathleen Carlson*, PhD
Moderator/Discussant: Bruce Austin
1. Investigating Avoidable Blindness in Oregon
Tosha Zaback*, MPH, Stephanie Lam*, BS, Joan Randall, MPH, Teresa Field, BA, Mitchell Brinks, MD, MPH
2. The Medical Management of Tooth Decay: A Paradigm Shift
Steve Duffin DDS; Kurt Ferre* DDS
3. Effectiveness of an Ophthalmologist Led Community-based Screening
Tosha Zaback*, Eddie Kim, Kirsten Myers, Joan Randall, Stephanie Lam*, Mitch Brinks
Moderator/Discussant: Nadege Dubuisson
1. After the Banners & Balloons Are Taken Down
Edward Gutierrez*; Erik Vidstrand; Terresa White; Becky Wright
2. Corvallis Indoor Air Quality, a Community Engaged Research Study
Melissa Myers*, Mac Gillespie, Annette Mills, Diana Rohlman*
3. Arsenic Drinking Water Violations Decreased Across the United States Following Revision of the Maximum Contaminant Level
Stephanie A. Foster*, Michael J. Pennino, Jana E. Compton, Scott G. Leibowitz, Molly L. Kile
Moderator/Discussant: Kim La Croix
1. Sexual Health Behaviors among High School Students with Disabilities
Willi Horner-Johnson, Cesar Higgins Tejera*, Margaret Braun*
2. Gender Identity and Expression and Adolescent Health in Oregon
LaShanda Friedrich*, MPH and Julie Heffernan*, PhD
Moderator/Discussant: Susannah Gibbs
1. Rabid Cat of Lane County
Sarah Puls* and Heather Young*
2. Nontuberculous mycobacterial pulmonary infection in men
Jennifer H. Ku*, Gregory Ranches, Sarah A Siegel, Kevin L. Winthrop
3. Surveillance of Mosquito-borne diseases in Oregon
Matthew Luedtke*

12:00 – 1:30 OPHA Awards Luncheon & Business Meeting 

1:30 – 1:45 BREAK

1:45 – 3:00 Concurrent Sessions #5

(A) PANEL: Housing as a social determinant of health: stories from the front line
Paulina Kaiser*, Miranda Miller, Brad Smith*, Tanya Grant*, Tatiana Dierwechter*
Moderator/Discussant: Robb Hutson
1. Pesticide Usage in the Oregon Medical and Recreational Cannabis Industry from 2015-2017
Richie Evoy*
2. Marijuana Use among Adults with Disabilities
Cesar Higgins Tejera*, Willi Horner-Johnson
Moderator/Discussant: Marit Bovbjerg
1. Evaluation of a Volunteer Doula Program: Analysis of Maternal Characteristics, Conditions, and Birth Outcomes
Paige Snow*
2. Impact of Medicaid Expansion on access to Prenatal Care and Adverse Neonatal Outcomes in Oregon
S. Marie Harvey, Lisa P. Oakley, Susannah Gibbs*, Shyama Mahakalanda, Jeff Luck, and Jangho Yoon
Moderator/Discussant: Diana Rohlman
1. Suicide deaths among American Indians/Alaska Natives: Oregon, 2009-2013
Monika Damron, Chiao-Wen Lan, Sujata Joshi*
2. Reframing Health- How can assessment frameworks better serve the needs of tribal governments?
Meredith Cocks*, Diana Rohlman
3. Five-year prevalence and trends of alcohol use disorders hospitalization in American Indian/Alaska Native: Oregon, 2010-2014
Chiao-Wen Lan*, Monika Damron, Sujata Joshi*, Thomas Weiser
Moderator/Discussant: Sunil Khanna
1. Integrating Traditional Health Workers in Primary Care Setting
Abdiasis Mohamed, Ally Linfoot, Edna Nyamu, Debra Catlin* and Catherine Potter*
2. Librarians: An Essential Part of the Public Health Workforce
Laura Zeigen*, MA, MLIS, MPH, AHIP
3. Survey of County Attorneys on an Oregon Public Health Law Center
Craig Mosbaek*, Will Kurka
Moderator/Discussant: Chunhuei Chi
1. Upstream Prevention & the Social Determinants of Health: The Future of Oregon's Quadruple Aim
Debby Jones*, DeAnna Pearl*, Maria Pena*
2. Creating a Culture of Health: The Blue Zones Project in Four Oregon Communities
Patty Case*, Amanda Hatfield*, Cheryl Kirk*, Lauren Kraemer*
3. Health Hub: The future of Public Health in Lane County
Jocelyn Warren, Patrick Luedtke*, Ron Hjelm

3:00 – 3:15 BREAK


Panel Session: "Investing in Population Health through a Modern Public Health System"

Moderator: Dr. David Bangsberg, MSc, MD, MPH, MS
Founding Dean of the joint Oregon Health & Science University – Portland State University School of Public Health
Member of the Oregon Health Policy Board and the Public Health Advisory Board


State Representative Dan Rayfield, JD
House District 16 – Corvallis

Commissioner Scott Hege
Wasco County 

Commissioner Kevin Cameron
Marion County

Carrie Brogoitti, MPH
Public Health Administrator, Union County Center for Human Development

Lillian Shirley, BSN, MPH, MPA
Director, Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

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