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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