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PRELIMINARY AGENDA

* Agenda and Speakers are Subject to Change
8:00 AMREGISTRATION
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
 
8:30 AM WELCOME John Casken, RN, MPH, PhD
Associate Professor, UH School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
8:45 AM OPENING REMARKS  
9:00 AM Vulnerable Populations in Hawaii and Focal Points for Emergency Managers Edward Teixeira
Vice Director, Hawaii State Civil Defense
9:45 AM The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google
Disaster Information Tool-Kits for the 21st Century
Keynote Speaker
Eric K. Noji, MD, MPH, MBA, DTM&H
Chair/CEO, Noji Global Health and Security, LLC; Senior Vice President/Global Relations Officer, AllHumanity Group
10:45 AM BREAK 
11:00 AM Emergency Preparedness for Children with Special Medical Needs Loren Yamamoto, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAP, FACEP
Professor, John A. Burns School of Medicine; Emergency Medicine & Vice Chair of Staff, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children
11:45 AM LUNCH
Improving Preparedness by Incorporating Lessons Learned
Luncheon Speaker
Linda Landesman, DrPH, MSW
Board Chair (thru 2009), American Public Health Association; Assistant Vice President, New York City Health and Hospital Corporation
1:00 PM Mapping and Tracking Vulnerable Populations Using Geospatial Technologies Christina Finch, MS
Senior Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Analyst, Pacific Disaster Center
1:45 PM Cultural Considerations in Disaster Recovery Kimo Alameda, PhD
Director, Office of Multicultural Services; Statewide Cultural Specialist and Trainer, Hawaii State Department of Health
2:45 PM BREAK 
3:00 PM Crisis Standards of Care: Public Health Challenges of Responding to the Needs of Vulnerable Populations During Catastrophic Disasters Capstone Speaker
Jack Herrmann, MSEd, NCC, LMHC
Senior Advisor, National Association of City and County Health Officials (NACCHO)
4:30 PM CLOSING REMARKS