APPENDIX A
WORKSHOP AGENDA

December 13-14, 2004

National Academies Building

Monday, December 13, Members Room

7:30-8:30 am

Continental Breakfast

 

8:30-9:15

Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Harvey Fineberg

 

Attributing Risk in Preventable Deaths

Dr. Julie Gerberding

 

What Metrics Best Inform Public Health Policy?

Dr. George A. Mensah

 

Setting the Stage For Discussion

 

9:15-9:45

Causality

Dr. Richard Scheines

9:45-10:15

Attributable Risk in Epidemiology

Dr. Steve Goodman

10:15-10:30

Break

 

 

Methodological Issues When Estimating Lifestyle Factors

 

10:30-10:45

Partial Adjustment

Dr. Katherine Flegal

10:45-11:00

Calculating the Number of Deaths Attributable to a Risk Factor Using National Survey Data

Dr. Barry Graubard

11:00-11:15

Caveats in Using Estimation of Deaths Attributable to Lifestyle Factors

Dr. Mitchell Gail

11:15-11:30

Estimating Population-Attributable Risk: A Simulation Model Based on the NHANES I Follow-up Study and NHANES III

Dr. Louise Russell

11:30-12:00 pm

Discussion

 

12:00-1:00

Lunch

 

 

Attributable Risk in Practice–Examples from the Field

 

1:00–1:30

Overview of Actual Causes of Death, 1993

Actual Causes of Death, Update 2002

Dr. J Michael McGinnis



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Estimating the Contributions of Lifestyle-Related Factors to Preventable Death: A Workshop Summary APPENDIX A WORKSHOP AGENDA December 13-14, 2004 National Academies Building Monday, December 13, Members Room 7:30-8:30 am Continental Breakfast   8:30-9:15 Welcome and Introduction Dr. Harvey Fineberg   Attributing Risk in Preventable Deaths Dr. Julie Gerberding   What Metrics Best Inform Public Health Policy? Dr. George A. Mensah   Setting the Stage For Discussion   9:15-9:45 Causality Dr. Richard Scheines 9:45-10:15 Attributable Risk in Epidemiology Dr. Steve Goodman 10:15-10:30 Break     Methodological Issues When Estimating Lifestyle Factors   10:30-10:45 Partial Adjustment Dr. Katherine Flegal 10:45-11:00 Calculating the Number of Deaths Attributable to a Risk Factor Using National Survey Data Dr. Barry Graubard 11:00-11:15 Caveats in Using Estimation of Deaths Attributable to Lifestyle Factors Dr. Mitchell Gail 11:15-11:30 Estimating Population-Attributable Risk: A Simulation Model Based on the NHANES I Follow-up Study and NHANES III Dr. Louise Russell 11:30-12:00 pm Discussion   12:00-1:00 Lunch     Attributable Risk in Practice–Examples from the Field   1:00–1:30 Overview of Actual Causes of Death, 1993 Actual Causes of Death, Update 2002 Dr. J Michael McGinnis

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Estimating the Contributions of Lifestyle-Related Factors to Preventable Death: A Workshop Summary   Rationale for 2002 Update Dr. Donna Stroup 1:30-1:50 The Numbers Are the Easy Part: Interpretation and Usefulness of Population Attributable Fractions, with Illustrations from Breast cancer Dr. Beverly Rockhill 1:50-2:25 Alcohol Use Dr. Robert Brewer Dr. Michael Thun 2:25 -3:05 Tobacco Use Dr. Corinne Husten Dr. Graham Colditz 3:05-3:15 Break   3:15-3:35 Obesity Dr. David Allison 3:35-3:55 Physical Activity Dr. Steven Blair 3:55-4:15 Assessing the Effects of Multiple Public Health Interventions Dr. James Robins 4:15-4:45 Discussion     Alternative Metrics of Burden   4:45-5:00 Quality-Adjusted Life Years (QALYs) Dr. Allison Rosen 5:00-5:20 Comparative Risk Assessment (DALYs) Dr. Christopher Murray 5:20-5:45 Discussion Dr. Marthe Gold 6:00-8:00 Dinner (in Great Hall)   Tuesday, December 14, Board Room 7:30-8:30am Continental Breakfast     Alternative Metrics of Burden, continued   8:30–8:50 am Economic Costs Dr. Erik Finkelstein 8:50-9:10 Using Population Attributable Risk Estimates to Allocate Resources Dr. Louise Russell 9:10-9:30 Discussion     Public Policy Issue   9:30-9:50 General Public Policy Dr. Nicole Lurie 9:50-10:10 State Policy Perspective Dr. Georges Benjamin 10:10-10:30 Break  

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Estimating the Contributions of Lifestyle-Related Factors to Preventable Death: A Workshop Summary 10:30-10:50 Ethical Issues Dr. Daniel Wikler 10:50-11:15 Communication Dr. Katherine Rowan 11:15–11:30 Discussion   11:30-12:30 pm Discussion: What Have We Learned; Where Do we Go from Here? Dr. Harvey Fineberg Dr. Michael Stoto 12:30-1:30 Lunch