1. Planning for Health Care Reform

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    The HIV Care, Detection, and Prevention Perspective. This meeting took place on May 13, 2011.

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    • 9-21-11 HIV PJA Strategy Webinar - CDC Prevention FOA

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      9-21-11 HIV Prevention Justice Strategy Webinar What the FOA is going on??!!? A timely discussion of the controversial new CDC FOA for Health Departments on HIV Prevention. Panelists: Janet Cleveland, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, CDC Terrance Moore, National Association of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) Israel Nieves, Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services (UCHAPS) / San Francisco Department of Public Health Skip Rosenthal, Southern AIDS Coalition (SAC)/ International AIDS Empowerment Monique Tula, HIV Prevention Justice Alliance (HIV PJA) / AIDS Action Committee Teleconference Moderator: David Munar, AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) Online comment/questions moderator: Julie Davids, HIV PJA/AFC Webinar Technician/Producer: Jim Merrell, HIV PJA/AFC

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      • 1/2 HIV and biomedical prevention in the UK: re-framing the social science agenda (Morning session 17-12-2012)

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        On 17 December 2012, Sigma Research staff co-hosted a workshop at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine with the University of Greenwich, bringing together about 40 medical sociologists and other social scientists to discuss the ways in which new HIV prevention technologies are shaping HIV prevention research. The event was made possible through funding provided by the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness. The social aspects of a range of new prevention options were discussed, including: the use of antiretroviral treatments in pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis among those without diagnosed HIV, topical microbicides, and earlier treatment for people with diagnosed HIV to reduce infectiousness. The highly interactive format was designed to bring together emerging social science thinking and scholarship in this area, identify priorities for a social research agenda on new prevention technologies, and promote collaborative working in this area. The event was structured around a discussion paper available at www.sigmaresearch.org.uk/projects/policy/project56/. The morning session included: • Introductory remarks by Professor Richard Hayes. • Talk introducing the discussion paper by Dr Catherine Dodds and Dr Peter Keogh. • Panellists responding to the discussion paper. included Dr Valerie Delpech (Health Protection Agency); Prof Jane Anderson (Homerton Hospital); Dr Yusef Azad (National AIDS Trust); and Dr Marsha Rosengarten (Goldsmiths University)

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        • ACT on Drugs

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          Lynn Riemer, president of ACT on Drugs, Inc., has an outstanding reputation as a speaker, trainer, and advocate on the issues related to drug abuse. As an experienced chemist and prior participant in the North Metro Drug Task Force in Colorado, her life experiences bring a real, personal, and vivid face to the issues presented by illicit drug use, especially the Meth Epidemic. Over the past 9 years, Lynn has spoken regularly with students, communities, companies, and governmental agencies about drug awareness, recognition, and prevention. While her talks relate to all drugs, Lynn specifically targets Methamphetamine because of its devastating effects and its frequent use. Lynn has co-chaired the drug endangered children program, as well as worked to create new laws protecting children who are living in homes where meth is manufactured. She is a co-author of the book “The Methamphetamine Crisis: Strategies to Save Addicts, Families, and Communities,” and received the Community Champion for Children Award from Adams & Broomfield CASA in 2010. While working with the drug task force, she developed intensive programs used to train emergency and community services in the handling of hazardous waste and the management of clandestine labs. Additionally, she has been part of governmental committees to create regulations for meth clean up in the state of Colorado. Lynn has provided trainings to over 110,000 people in Colorado, Nebraska, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Iowa, Minnesota, Louisiana, Georgia, New Mexico, Texas, Indiana, Washington DC, and Nevada. She has presented to the employees and contractors of companies such as Williams, Exxon, Chevron, BP, Halliburton, Marathon Oil, EnCana Oil, Xcel Energy, RE/MAX, Keller Williams, Coldwell Bankers, and the Colorado Association of Realtors. She has also worked with organizations such as National Jewish Hospital, Colorado Department of Human Services, National CASA, Louisiana CASA, Indiana CASA, Volunteers for Youth Justice, Probation and Parole, Department of Youth Corrections, Colorado School Safety Resource Center, Colorado Sheriff’s Association, Colorado EMS, Children’s Hospital, Colorado Emergency Planning Commission, Fire and Life Safety Educators of Colorado, and 70% of the School Districts in Colorado. Lynn’s subject knowledge and experience, along with her ability to transfer this knowledge in an interesting and dynamic manner, make her a key ingredient in educating our children, our friends, and our community on the issues and hazards of illicit drug use.

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          • Fraud Prevention Lecture

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            Fraud Prevention Lecture given at Darien's Ivanhoe Lodge No. 107 AF&AM by Detective Bill Malone of the Norwalk Police Department. This lecture was open to the public and part of the Darien Masonic Club's ongoing community outreach programs. The Darien Masonic Club has been serving area freemasons and the community since 1929.

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            • Commando Krav Maga 3

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              Commando Krav Maga 3

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              • United Way of Dane County Launches Safe and Healthy Aging

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                On September 1, 2011 United Way of Dane County's Delegation on Safe and Healthy Aging has answered our community's call to identify strategies to keep seniors safe, healthy, and independent. Safe and Healthy Aging is a groundbreaking effort to reduce the rate and number of adverse drug events and falls among Dane County's senior population by 15% by 2015. United Way and partners are implementing four strategies to ensure more seniors avoid falls and adverse drug events. These include providing comprehensive medication evaluations through pharmacists, at-risk home assessments, sharing best practices among service providers and community resources and a public awareness effort. For more information about the Safe and Healthy Aging, check out our website at www.safeandhealthyaging.org.

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                • Video: The Future of Global Tobacco Control

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                  On April 14, Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), offered his vision for the future of global tobacco control efforts. With only five months left until the September 2011 UN High Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), and just days prior to the Ministerial Meeting in Moscow on NCDs, Dr. Frieden reflected on the major achievements and gaps in international tobacco control since the founding of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, outlined the United States? special contributions, and defined the best, most practicable tobacco-related outcomes for the September UN High Level Meeting. An implementers roundtable on the international, regional, and domestic challenges and opportunities of operationalizing tobacco control strategies followed Dr. Frieden?s presentation. Panelists: Dr. Vinayak Prasad, Senior Advisor, Tobacco Free Initiative, World Health Organization Dr. Adriana Blanco, Advisor, Tobacco Control, Pan American Health Organization Ms. Yolonda Richardson, Vice-President, International Programs, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Dr. Samira Asma, Chief, Global Tobacco Control Branch, Office on Smoking and Health, CDC J. Stephen Morrison, Director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, hosted the event.

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                  • Athena Breast Health Forum - Risk & Prevention

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                    February 7th, 2012 Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, CA

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                    • Parenting with the Developing Brain in Mind

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                      Michael Thompson discusses parenting skill sets!

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