9th Annual Wisconsin

Comprehensive Cancer Control

Forward Movement: Advancing Cancer Control through Policy Change

March 29, 2012

The Madison Concourse Hotel, Madison, WI

8:30am - 4:00pm

Speaker Presentations

Morning Plenary A:

Talking Public Health: Developing America’s Second Language

Dr. Lawrence Wallack, Portland State University

Morning Plenary B:

Transforming Health System: Opportunities for Conquering Cancer

Dr. Jeffrey Levi, Trust for America’s Health

Breakout Session I:

A. Obesity Prevention: Bringing Together Unlikely Partners

Mari Freiberg, Scenic Bluffs Community Health Center

Camilla Vargas, WI Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection

Renee Callaway, WI Department of Transportation

Sarah Combs, WI Department of Public Instruction

Mary Pesik, WI Department of Health Services

B. Patient Navigation across the Cancer Continuum

Rebecca Morris, WI Well Woman Program Central Wisconsin

Marti Runyon, Mayo Franciscan

Patty Abella, Aurora

Peg Banks, American Cancer Society

Dr. Bruce Campbell, Medical College of WI

C. Policymaking: Nuances of Lobbying, Educating, Advocating - What You Can and Can’t Do From Where You Sit

Jonathan Becker, Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

Doug Pessefall, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.

Afternoon Plenary A:

Linking Personal Advocacy to Hospitals' Community health Needs Assessments

Paul Westrick, Columbia St. Mary's

Clare Reardon, Froedtert Health/Froedtert Hospital

Breakout Session II:

A. Honoring Choices: Building the Conversation about Advance Care Planning in WI

Sue Schettle, Twin Cities Medical Society
John Maycroft, WI Medical Society

B. Mapping Your Way to Health Policy: How can I use GIS in my Work?

Bill Buckingham, Applied Population Laboratory

Ron Prince, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Department of Family Medicine

Emily Reynolds, WI CCC Program

C. Policymaking: Not Your Usual “How To” - What Policymakers Do With What You Do and Don’t Do

Lisa Maroney, UW Hospital & Clinics

Kathryn Kuhn, Medical College of Wisconsin

Jeremy Levin, Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative

Paul Westrick, Columbia-St.Mary’s Inc.

Afternoon Plenary B:

Wisconsin Perspectives and Call to Action!

Karen Timberlake, UW Population Health Institute

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