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APHA 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo
November 2, 2019 - November 6, 2019
The American Public Health Association will host the APHA 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo on 2-6 Nov 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Join nearly 13,000 public health colleagues at APHA 2019 for an extensive lineup of Continuing Education learning sessions and a Public Health Expo.
Session topics of interest highlighted by the Global Biodefense staff include:
- Nursing student willingness to respond to high-consequence infectious disease outbreaks
- Collaboration Across three nations for improved infectious disease surveillance
- Infectious disease agents of zoonotic potential of healthy horses in an exhibition setting
- Comparing vector and human surveillance strategies to detect arbovirus transmission
- Public health implications of veterinary telemedicine
- Neisseria meningitidis in Houston, TX: 3-year data
- Assessing the Impact of ehealth ssage on seasonal influenza vaccine uptake in adults
- Major challenges for successful hepatitis B vaccination in low resource settings
- Estimation of infectious disease dynamics: Application of a recurrent neural network
- Intersection of Race, Gender and Vaccination Uptake during the 2009 H1N1 Influenza Pandemic
- Assessing the global prevalence of CYP2D6 haplotype variation, and the implications for primaquine distribution and Plasmodium vivax control
- Enhancing the informatics response to the Zika epidemic in Puerto Rico: A case study to improve laboratory testing capacity and information management processes
- Cross sectional study of employment status of recent physician graduates in the Democratic Republic of Congo
- Motivations and barriers associated with physician volunteerism for an International Telemedicine Organization
- A case report of acute flaccid paralysis associated with arboviruses infection in Panama
- Effect of land use, land cover, and climate change on the incidence and outbreak of Japanese Encephalitis disease among Asian population
- Role of gender and socioeconomic status as risk factors for emerging infectious disease transmission in Bangladesh
- Detection of infectious disease agents from the respiratory tract and conjunctiva of cats within animal shelters in the United States
- A comparison of common environmental and demographic associations across multiple tick-borne diseases in the United States
- Adaptation of the One Health Zoonotic Disease Prioritization Tool
Please visit the APHA 2019 website for more information.