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The overall objectives for each resident are to acquire competencies in preventive medicine policy development, learn about national health policy, and strengthen ACPM's ability to develop important preventive medicine policies.

The following is a list of preventive medicine residents who have participated in the Practicum Rotation in Health Policy and Preventive Medicine. The list shows the participants' current occupation and job duties if available. The list also shows each resident's accomplishments during their rotation at ACPM. All residents participate in a variety of national coalition meetings, conferences and briefings, and visits to congressional offices on behalf of preventive medicine and ACPM related to priority public health issues.

Resident

Randall Freeman, MD, MPH - USUHS
Alan Lam, MD, MPH - Johns Hopkins University
Anita Geevarghese, MD, MPH - Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Jillian Martin, MD, MPH - California Department of Public Health
Jaspal Ahluwalia, MD, MPH - WRAIR
George Pourakis, MD, MPH, SUNY - Stony Brook
Jesse James, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Kimberly Siu, MD, MPH, State University of New York - Stony Brook
Sara Brenner, MD, MPH, State University of New York - Albany
Jonathan Duffy, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
Robert Lipsitz, MD, MPH,USUHS
Scott Terranella, MD, MPH UMASS
Wendy E. Braund, MD, MPH, MSEd Johns Hopkins University
Roy Hoffman, MD, MPH,Johns Hopkins University
Denny Kim, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
Steve Herrin, MD, MPH, Emory University

Steven Alles, MD, MS, University of Maryland
Joylene John, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
Sacha St. Hill, MD, MPH, University of Texas Health Center-Tyler
Suchita Lorick, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
Sarah Schillie, MD, MPH, State University of New York-Stony Brook
Jason M. Spangler, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
Yvonne Chan, MD, University of Michigan
Sreedhar Mandayam, MD, MPH, U. of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston
Ginie Chan, MD, MPH, University of South Carolina
William La, MD, Griffin Hospital

Name: Randall Freeman, MD, MPH - Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Rotation period:November/December 2009

Key accomplishments during rotation:

  • Collected state "success stories" on use of National Violent Death Reporting System
  • Reviewed final Senate health care reform proposal and compared provisions with House bill
  • Reviewed a draft amicus brief on gun control policy in response to Supreme Court ruling
  • Secured House and Senate cosponsors to the "Preventive Medicine and Public Health Training Act"

Name: Alan Lam, MD, MPH - Johns Hopkins University

Rotation period:September/October 2009

Key accomplishments during rotation:

  • Worked on workplace wellness policy statement

  • Drafted ACPM issue briefs on FDA oversight of tobacco products and the CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System

  • Helped review AMA resolution for consideration at House of Delegates meeting

  • Organized ACPM advocacy day held in conjunction with ACPM board meeting

  • Met with House and Senate offices to build support for preventive medicine residency training programs


Name: Anita Geevarghese, MD, MPH - Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Rotation period:July/August 2009

Key accomplishments during rotation:

  • Worked on a preventive medicine workforce enumeration report
  • Drafted a side-by-side of House and Senate health care reform proposals
  • Responded to media reports challenging the benefits of prevention policy
  • Worked to build interest for a new preventive medicine residency training program in Montana

Name: Jillian Martin, MD, MPH - California Department of Public Health

Rotation period:May/June 2009

Key accomplishments during rotation:

  • Drafted policy articles for ACPM electronic newsletter
  • Worked to build support for CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System
  • Met with acting Surgeon General Steve Galson
  • Attended various health care policy briefings on Capitol Hill and around DC
  • Helped provide input into Senate health care reform discussions
  • Met with congressional offices to build support for preventive medicine residency training programs
  • Worked on tobacco control issues

Name: Jaspal Ahluwalia, MD, MPH - Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

Rotation period:March/April 2009

Key accomplishments during rotation:

  • Drafter letters of recommendation to the White House endorsing senior ACPM members for Surgeon General post

  • Met with members of the House and Senate to build support for preventive medicine residency training programs

  • Worked on Lifestyle Medicine literature review

  • Drafted Medscape article on adolescent suicide prevention

  • Organized Senate health care screening on HTN/BMI

  • Drafted ACPM statement to Senate Finance Committee on public health workforce issues

  • Met with OMB officials on alcohol excise tax


Name: George Pourakis, MD, MPH, SUNY - Stony Brook

Rotation period:January/February 2009

Key accomplishments during rotation:

  • Aided in the re-introduction of the "Preventive Medicine and Public Health Training Act" in the 111thCongress and sought new cosponsors by meeting with legislative staff of members of both chambers of Congress

  • Aided in the preparations for the Preventive Medicine 2009 Conference in Los Angeles, CA

  • Helped staff the Preventive Medicine 2009 Conference in Los Angeles, CA

  • Represented ACPM at health care briefings on Capitol Hill and constructed summaries of points relevant to preventive medicine

  • Represented ACPM at health care coalition meetings throughout Washington, DC and constructed summaries of points relevant to preventive medicine

  • Attended Hearings of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee and on issues of interest to the preventive medicine community


Name: Jesse James, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Rotation period:September/October 2008

Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

  • Researched and prepared manuscript on barriers to state medical licensure for public health physicians
  • Drafted letters on policy issues of interest to ACPM
  • Participated in congressional staff meeting to build support for ACPM legislative agenda
  • Helped organize ACPM 2008 Advocacy Day
  • Participated in ACPM Board of Regents meeting
  • Drafted statement of need for clinical preventive services

Name:KimberlySiu, MD, MPH, State University of New York - Stony Brook

Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

  • Took lead in drafting clinical study design for aspirin utilization project
  • Drafted articles for electronic newsletter,Headlines
  • Scheduled and attended congressional visits with members of Congress
  • Represented ACPM at briefings and coalition meeting in Washington, DC
  • Attended US Preventive Services Task Force meetings at AHRQ
  • Organized Pfizer Resident Survival Guide

  • Name: Sara Brenner, MD, MPH, State University of New York - Albany

    Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:


    Name: Jonathan Duffy, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:January/February 2008

    Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

    • Created database to tabulate responses to residency program survey
    • Communicate with congressional staff regarding preventive medicine residency funding legislation
    • Participated in meetings with congressional staff regarding funding for the CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System
    • Participated in Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease policy work group meeting
    • Drafted letters for ACPM regarding policies on smoking
    • Reviewed policies of the FSMB and several individual states on medical licensure requirements for preventive medicine physicians
    • Drafted materials for an Aspirin use for Cardiovascular Health module
    • Attended US Preventive Services Task Force meeting

    Name: Robert Lipsitz, MD, MPH,Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

    Rotation Period:September/October, 2007

    Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

    • Assisted in Coordination of Advocacy Day

    • Assisted in planning and running of Senate Health Fair

    • Assisted in promoting legislative advocacy for HR 3404 and S. 1120 The Preventive Medicine and Public Health Training Act

    • Assisted in writing Headlines for ACPM

    • Provided this quarter's Journal Watch submission

    • Reviewed numerous house and senate bills making recommendations for support and drafting letters of support

    • Attended numerous conferences and lectures ranging from NVDRS to government sponsored vaccination programs all very education experiences

    • Updated ACPM Policy Compendium


    Name: Scott Terranella, MD, MPH UMASS

    Rotation period:March/April 2007

    Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

    • Working side-by-side with ACPM's policy director to develop strategies for advocating preventive medicine and public health on Capitol Hill

    • Meeting with House and Senate health advisors to educate them and their elected bosses on the core issues essential to preventive medicine

    • Using the latest science and health statistics to develop briefing materials to illustrate the practical importance of prevention

    • Meeting with and developing working relationships with other key national healthcare partners, such as the AMA and Tobacco Free Kids

    • Learning the ebb and flow of policy development and the reality of the legislative and political processes at the heart of Washington, D.C.


    Name: Wendy E. Braund, MD, MPH, MSEd Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:January-February 2007

    Key Accomplishments during Rotation:

    • Performed background research for creation of Practice Assessment Tools for Preventive Medicine Diplomates for Maintenance of Certification Part IV
    • Adapted ACPM issue brief on PM funding to create state-specific issue briefs reflecting number of programs, available residency slots, and current residents for use in meetings with key congressional members and staff
    • Represented ACPM at briefings on current issues and breaking news in national public health
    • Participated in meetings with key House and Senate offices to discuss ACPM's legislative strategy for funding of preventive medicine residency training programs and other priority public health issues of the college
    • Represented ACPM at national coalition meetings, including the National Violence Prevention Network, APHA National Public Health Week Partnership and PARTNERS Coalition
    • Functioned as ACPM's representative on the planning committee for the 2007 National Immunization Congress
    • Represented ACPM at the Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza 2007 National Conference
    • Participated in ACPM Adolescent Health Committee
    • Abstracted preventive medicine articles for the Journal Watch feature ofACPM Headlines
    • Assisted in planning activities related to 2007 APCM Annual and functioned as member of 2007 ACPM Meeting on-site staff
    • Represented preventive medicine and ACPM at AMA Medical Student/Resident/Fellow 2007 Lobby Day on Capitol Hill
    • Published article in Perspectives in Prevention from the American College of Preventive Medicine: Braund WE, Alexander M. Agricultural Injuries: Improving Occupational Safety.Medscape Public Health and Prevention: Perspectives in Prevention from the American College of Preventive Medicine(online). Posted January 23, 2007.
    • Exhibited poster at 2007 ACPM Annual Meeting: Braund W, Fowler C, Alexander M. Poster:Strategies For States To Ensure Access To Traumatic Brain Injury Services.

    Name: Roy Hoffman, MD, MPH,Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:June, 2005

    Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

    • Reviewed the AMA House of Delegates (HOD) Policy Resolutions to helpACPM's delegates determine policy positions to take at the June 2005 HOD meeting. Also helped put together summary "Preventive Medicine: State of the Specialty" for distribution to AMA members.
    • Worked with CPATH (Center for Policy Analysis Trade & Health) to lobby U.S. House Representative Rahm Emanuel to get public health representation on the U.S. Trade Representative Advisory Committee
    • AssistedACPM Planning Committee for Preventive Medicine 2006 Annual Conference.
    • RepresentedACPM at meetings with national public health organizations at Coalition for Health Funding (to attempt to reinstate Title VII funds for FY '07) and Partners for Effective Tobacco Policy (to put pressure on Department of Justice with the tobacco industry lawsuit).
    • Created Action Alert forACPM members, identifying potential zeroing of Title VII funding by House of Representative Appropriation Committee.
    • Worked on creating a legislative advocacy webpage forACPM website.
    • Met with staff of Senator Richard Burr to propose new strategy for funding of Preventive Medicine Residencies in federal budget. Also developed power point presentation and informational paper to present to Senator Burr at a future date.
    • Contributed articles to ACPM Headlines/On Your Behalf.
    • Worked on summarizing and facilitating discussion on ACPM Policy Listserv of Health TEQ Act of 2005.

    Name: Denny Kim, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:May-June 2005

    Current Job: Senior Clinical Trials Physician, HIV Vaccine Trials Network, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

    Job Duties:HIV vaccine protocol development for vaccine clinical trials

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Participated in a National Strategy Meeting to promote Medicare preventive services with a focus on the new preventive services provided by the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003.
    • Authored a resolution promoting Medicare preventive services for the 2005 AMA annual meeting. Vetted the resolution through the ACPM policy committee and introduced the resolution to the AMA Resident Fellow Section (RFS) and the House of Delegates (HOD). The Resolution was adopted by the RFS and referred for report by the HOD.
    • Introduced a resolution on preventive medicine funding to the AMA RFS at the 2005 annual meeting. The resolution was adopted by the RFS, forwarded to the HOD, and subsequently adopted by the HOD.
    • Represented ACPM at meetings with national public health organizations and with congressional staff to advocate for preventive medicine residency funding. Assisted Senator Harkins staff in the language for the preventive medicine funding portion of the HeLP America Act which was introduced in May 2005.
    • Participated in meetings with the US Trade Representative (USTR) Staff and the Center for Policy Analysis on Trade and Health (CPATH) to advocate for public health representation on the US Trade Advisory Committees. The USTR responded with a letter with a commitment to follow up and maintain dialogue with the ACPM and CPATH.

    Name: Steve Herrin, MD, MPH, Emory University

    Rotation Period:September - October, 2004

    Key accomplishments or current projects during rotation:

    • Assisted the Chair and Vice Chair of ACPM's Policy Committee in finalizing the ACPM statement on hospital privileging for preventive medicine physicians.

    • Assisted in developing, launching, and analyzing results of an Internet-based survey of preventive medicine residency programs.

    • Worked with ACPM's GME Committee to identify outcome metrics for preventive medicine residency training programs, which will be submitted to congressional staff responsible for drafting the Title VII health professions training reauthorization bill.

    • Identified and abstracted recent important preventive medicine articles for the Journal Watch section ofACPM News.

    • Conducting research and drafting "Understanding the Problem" section of ACPM conference grant proposal to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

    • Contacting and meeting with staff of key House and Senate members to discuss ACPM's legislative strategy to establish a line item in the federal budget for preventive medicine residency training.

    • Helping in preparing and facilitating review of policy resolutions for the AMA House of Delegates.

    • Assisting in preparing for meetings of the ACPM Policy Committee and ACPM Terrorism and Disaster Preparedness Committee.


    Name: Steven Alles, MD, MS, University of Maryland

    Rotation Period:May - June, 2004

    Current Job:Medical Epidemiologist with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health

    Job duties:Focuses on all forms of active disease surveillance in the City of Philadelphia. Surveillance systems include daily syndromic surveillance of emergency department chief complaint data, methods of analysis, and expansion. Uses Biosense, the CDC initiated over-the-counter medication sales registry, and the medical examiner's database to identify cases that have an infectious disease cause. Serves as the hospital liaison to the health department representing communicable disease and surveillance. Works closely with the terrorism planning coordinator and the communications director on outbreak investigations.

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Developed, with guidance from the ACPM Terrorism and Disaster Preparedness Committee, a survey of the ACPM membership to identify and assess member expertise and needs in preparedness issues. Also analyzed the resulting data and presented it to the committee.

    • Researched and wrote the Understanding of the Problem section of ACPM's grant proposal to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry to conduct environmental health education and training of clinicians.

    • Initiated and/or participated in several meetings and calls with congressional staff on behalf of ACPM to advocate for a proposed study of the public health physician workforce.

    • Drafted a letter to the Surgeon General on behalf of ACPM indicating the College's support for the transformation of the PHS Commissioned Corps but expressing concerns about how the transformation is being executed.

    • Reviewed policy resolutions and reports in the AMA House of Delegates Handbook to help ACPM in establishing positions on recommendations/resolutions germane to preventive medicine.

    • Prepared several policy-related articles and the Journal Watch section forACPM News, the quarterly newsletter of the College.


    Name: Joylene John, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:March - April, 2004

    Current Job:Senior scientist in the American Medical Association's public health group.

    Job duties:Unavailable

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Reviewed the legislative and programmatic history of the HRSA Children's Hospital GME Fund, analyzed the lessons learned and replicability of the program for preventive medicine, and identified action steps for legislative advocacy.

    • Drafted a brief survey of PMR programs directors to gather information about their Medicare GME-funded slots.

    • Reviewed other potential sources of GME support for preventive medicine residency training, such as Medicaid GME funding and state bioterrorism preparedness funding.

    • Assisted in identifying topics and speakers for a national web-assisted conference on adolescent obesity.

    • Prepared several policy-related articles and the Journal Watch section forACPM News, the quarterly newsletter of the College.


    Name: Sacha St. Hill, MD, MPH, University of Texas Health Center-Tyler

    Rotation Period:November - December, 2003

    Current Job:Concentra - Occupational Medicine

    Job duties:Occupational Health Physician

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Developed PowerPoint presentation on pediatric environmental health, which was widely disseminated to medical schools, preventive medicine residency program directors, and primary care clinicians as an environmental medicine teaching tool.

    • Helped prepare for, market, and convene a national teleconference on pediatric environmental health.

    • Reviewed the AMA House of Delegates (HOD) Handbook to help ACPM's delegates determine policy positions to take at the December 2003 HOD meeting.

    • Worked with ACPM's Terrorism and Disaster Preparedness Committee to help develop and implement project ideas, such as a repository of BT educational resources for physicians and the development of a proposal to AHRQ for a research project on emergency preparedness.

    • Updated and enhanced ACPM's on-line Environmental Health Resource Center and Iodine 131 web site.

    • Identified and abstracted recent important preventive medicine articles for the Journal Watch section ofACPM News.


    Name: Suchita Lorick, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:September - October, 2003

    Current Job:Currently a new mother of a 3-month old, Dr. Lorick is exploring career options, considering applying for the CDC Epidemiologic Intelligence Service (EIS) or for a research position at the NIH's National Institute of Aging in 2005.

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Served as the lead researcher and author for an ACPM position statement on obesity and diabetes prevention, which is currently being finalized for adoption by ACPM Board of Regents and submission to theAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine.

    • Helped prepare a concept paper and proposal to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for support of ACPM'sPreventive Medicineconference.

    • Served as the liaison to more than a dozen federal agencies and national organizations to identify appropriate content for a research study (conducted by the Virginia Commonwealth University) on the effectiveness and feasibility of using a unique "healthy behaviors" web site to help patients make healthy choices.

    • Authored several articles forACPM News.


    Name: Sarah Schillie, MD, MPH, State University of New York-Stony Brook

    Rotation Period:July - August, 2003

    Current Job:Director of Performance Improvement at the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.

    Job Duties:Implements systems-based approaches that promote the delivery of high-quality medical care.

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Developed work plans and learning objectives for two ACPM national webcasts on emergency contraception for adolescents and on pediatric environmental health.

    • Analyzed data collected from more than 50 preventive medicine residency programs about their organizational structure, training approaches, and financing and developed a detailed write-up of the results for HRSA, ACPM's GME Committee, and residency directors.Drafted a white paper to help CDC build a case for funding preventive medicine residency programs.

    • Reviewed and submitted comments to the National Center for Health Statistics regarding proposed revisions to the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey.

    • Analyzed demographic data from the American Board of Preventive Medicine characterizing board-certified preventive medicine physicians.


    Name: Jason M. Spangler, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

    Rotation Period:May - June, 2003

    Current Job:Public Health and Health Policy Consultant, US Public Health/US Outcomes Research, US Medical, Pfizer Global Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer Inc.

    Job duties:Research, manuscript/scientific writing, and public health policy; design and development of health policy related to healthcare reform; research and outline of policy regarding insurance benefits design; research of important healthcare reform issues; research and dissemination of public health tools; and partnership building

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Developed a resolution on smoking cessation policy that was adopted by the ACPM Board of Regents and the AMA House of Delegates. The resolution put the AMA on record for the first time in calling for a series of bold policy steps, including a $2 per pack tax on cigarettes to fund smoking cessation programs.

    • Conducted extensive research on the regulations governing Medicare GME payments to preventive medicine residency programs and drafted a letter to the Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services containing specific recommendations that would enable Medicare GME to provide greater support to preventive medicine residency programs. The letter was endorsed by eight leading preventive medicine organizations.

    • Reviewed and consolidated voluminous recommendations from members of ACPM's Policy Committee and transformed these into a letter to HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson, ultimately signed by ACPM's President, that recommended key policy actions to further DHHS' prevention agenda.

    • Represented ACPM at meetings with national public health organizations and with congressional members and staff to advocate for preventive medicine residency funding.


    Name: Yvonne Chan, MD, University of Michigan

    Rotation Period:January - mid-March, 2003

    Current Job:

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Authored ACPM's position statement on coverage of reproductive health care services by the State Children's Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP), adopted by the ACPM Board of Regents, including conducting a comprehensive evidence review on the topic.

    • Developed the database and analyzed preliminary data reported to ACPM by preventive medicine residency programs on the structure, financing, and activities of their programs.

    • Represented ACPM at a variety of coalition meetings, congressional briefings, and other national forums and reported to the College membership on these meetings through newsletter articles.

    • Authored the Journal Watch section of ACPM's print-based newsletter,ACPM News.


    Name: Sreedhar Mandayam, MD, MPH, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston

    Rotation Period:mid-October - mid-December, 2002

    Current Job:Nephrology Fellow at the University of Texas Medical Branch

    Job duties:Fellowship focusing on Cancer in ESRD (screening & benefits)

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Developed and analyzed the results of a survey to assess how preventive medicine residency programs have modified their training in response to the terrorism events of 2001 and to ascertain their needs for additional curricula on bioterrorism. Also reported the results to the ACPM GME Committee, Workforce Study Task Force, and Joint Council of Preventive Medicine Residency Directors.

    • Worked in concert with ACPM's Workforce Study Task Force to outline a proposal for submission to HRSA's Bureau of Health Professions to conduct an assessment of the demand for preventive medicine physicians in today's marketplace and plan for improving bioterrorism-related training.

    • Updated the preventive services section of ACPM's web site to reflect the latest policy positions and recommendations from ACPM, the 3rd U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, the Task Force on Community Preventive Services, and other major public health associations (e.g., American Cancer Society and American Heart Association).

    • Identified and abstracted important preventive medicine articles for the Journal Watch section ofACPM News.


    Name: Ginie Chan, MD, MPH, University of South Carolina

    Rotation Period:September - mid-October, 2002

    Current Job:Internal Medicine Resident at the Marshall University School of Medicine in Huntington, WV.

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Researched and developed, under the guidance of the ACPM Prevention Practice Committee Chair, an ACPM position statement on the use of dietary management to prevent obesity, insulin resistance, and type II diabetes. The statement was published in theAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine.

    • Prepared a poster presentation, which was delivered at the APHA annual meeting, on indoor air pollutants, the most common sources for each pollutant, the health effects of each, and mitigation strategies.

    • Assisted in the development of an updated ACPM policy on health insurance coverage, including conducting background research, preparing an agenda and briefing materials for a meeting of an ACPM policy subcommittee, and drafting follow-up action plans.


    Name: William La, MD, Griffin Hospital

    Rotation Period:August 2002

    Current Job:Inventor

    Job duties:Currently working on a project involving solar light

    Key accomplishments during rotation:

    • Identified and analyzed congressional legislation related to creation of a new Department of Homeland Security, formed alliances with other public health organizations, and developed a policy position statement on the initiative that was adopted by ACPM and distributed widely on Capitol Hill and through ACPM's communication vehicles.

    • Reviewed the literature and other educational resources on potassium iodide (KI) stockpiling and distribution in preparation of radiological emergencies, developed a synthesis of the advantages and disadvantages of a KI stockpiling strategy, and worked with ACPM's Policy Committee to develop a position for the College.

    • Drafted a letter to state health directors urging support for the training of preventive medicine residents with the new bioterrorism preparedness funds being awarded to the states and seeking support/endorsement from the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, as well as from members of the Preventive Medicine Leadership Forum.

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