This conference was designed to “foster communication and collaboration between epidemiologists in Michigan, and to promote epidemiology and public health through training, research and advocacy." Presenters at the 2105 Epidemiology Conference were invited to submit their abstracts for publication in the Michigan Journal of Public Health.
ROADMAP TO ELIMINATE HAIS
Dianne McCagg, APRN, B.C., MSN, MPRO
DISPARITIES IN HIV INFECTION AND CARE: FOCUS ON HISPANICS
Janae Wilson, M.S., Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
IS RISK OF CANNABIS DEPENDENCE LOWER FOR ‘CANNABIS ONLY’ USERS?
Karl Alcover, BA, Michigan State University
ESTIMATING FUTURE HEAT-RELATED MORTALITY DUE TO EXTREME HEAT IN MICHIGAN
Claire Shea, MPH, Michigan Department Health and Human Services
ANALYSIS OF MORBIDITIES IN EXTREME HEAT EVENTS USING MICHIGAN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT SYNDROMIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
Jennifer Proto, BA, Ionia County Health Department
Fatema Mamou, MPH, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
"PUBLIC HEALTH BRIEFS: The 15th Annual Michigan Epidemiology Conference,"
Michigan Journal of Public Health: Vol. 8
, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/mjph/vol8/iss1/6