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7th Annual GIS & Public Health Conference

GIS & Community Health Planning

May 3, 2011 - 8:30am - 4:30pm

May 3rd Conference Day

All Public Health is Local: The Community Perspective on GIS and Public Health
Russell Kirby, University of South Florida

Creating Community Health Indicators Using Spatial Smoothing, Aggregation and Masking
Tom Talbot, New State Department of Health

An Adolescent Sexual Health Community Needs Index: Solutions from Merging Spatial Statistics with GIS
Glen Johnson, New York State Department of Health

Global Geographies of Environmental Injustice and Health: Using GIS to Estimate Populations at Risk
Florence Margai, Binghamton University SUNY

Effects of Material and Relational Deprivation on Community Health Status
David Gregorio, University of Connecticut

Dynamic GIS during Public Health Emergencies
David Gruber, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness

May 4th Training Classes

Morning Session:
Google Earth for Public Health Applications  9 AM - 12 Noon
Finding, Sharing, and Organizing Map Content Online with ArcGIS.com 9 AM - 11 AM

Afternoon Session:
The Geographic Aggregation Tool, GAT 1 PM - 3 PM
Creating Maps with SAS/Graph  1 PM - 3 PM        

Registration fees:
May 3rd Conference Day - $30.00 - includes continental breakfast and a lunch
May 4th Google Earth for Public Health Applications Session - $15.00
May 4th The Geographic Aggregation Tool, GAT Session - $15.00
Other May 4th Sessions are Free