SDMPH Vice-President, Katherine Fogelberg, DVM, for her contributions both financial and to the program
SDMPH Board Member Richard Rooney, MD, for sponsoring the "Skip" Burkle luncheon lecture
SDMPH Board Member Charles Richardson, MD, for sponsoring both the Tuesday SDMPH luncheon and the evening reception
SDMPH Board Member Terris Kennedy, PhD, for supporting the Continuing Educational Program
SDMPH Board Member Cham Dallas, PhD, for supporting the special Sunday Program
SDMPH Board Member Arthur Cooper, MD
Georges Benjamin, MD, American Public Health Association
Ron Blanck, DO, FAIMIR
Rogers Drake, and the Jerold and Stephanie Kayden Fund, who all contributed extra to the general support of the meeting
The participation and support by the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health is also acknowledged
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Conference sessions examined the effects of disasters on vulnerable populations focusing on:
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Scientific Director of CRIMEDIM - Center for Research and Training in Disaster Medicine, Humanitarian Aid and Global Health, WHO Collaborating Center of the Università del Piemonte Orientale (Novara, Italy), Associate Professor, anaesthesiologist and intensive care physician and PhD in Disaster Medicine; Coordinator of CRIMEDIM’s research personnel (40+) and Course Director of the European Master Disaster Medicine (EMDM).
EMT Network Leader at WHO HQ in Geneva, heading the EMT Initiative and its efforts to provide strategic, technical, and operational guidance and oversight for capacity building, standards setting, coordination, and emergency health operations to ensure predictable, timely, and quality emergency medical care is delivered in response to a disaster, outbreak or other emergency.
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