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Agendas of Open Sessions of Committee Meetings

From October 2004 to March 2005, the committee gathered information relevant to this study from journal articles, reports, and news articles collected by staff; from presentations and commentary by constituencies relevant to the study; from material provided by the sponsor at the committee’s request; from reports by select committee and staff members of visits to five quarantine stations; and from the commissioned papers contained in the appendixes to this report.

This appendix contains the agendas of the open sessions of committee meetings, at which representatives of relevant constituencies made presentations to the group and participated in question-and-answer sessions.

Meeting 1

October 21-22, 2004

800 Eye Street, NW, Conference Room A, Washington, DC


Open Session: Thursday, October 21, 2004

10:00am

Open Session Commences

Charge to the Committee, Plans for Expansion, and Workforce Issues

Martin Cetron, Director, Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, CDC

 

A Day in the Life of a CDC Quarantine Station Manager

Martha Remis, Officer in Charge, CDC Quarantine Station, Chicago-O’Hare Airport



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Quarantine Stations at Ports of Entry: Protecting the Public’s Health B Agendas of Open Sessions of Committee Meetings From October 2004 to March 2005, the committee gathered information relevant to this study from journal articles, reports, and news articles collected by staff; from presentations and commentary by constituencies relevant to the study; from material provided by the sponsor at the committee’s request; from reports by select committee and staff members of visits to five quarantine stations; and from the commissioned papers contained in the appendixes to this report. This appendix contains the agendas of the open sessions of committee meetings, at which representatives of relevant constituencies made presentations to the group and participated in question-and-answer sessions. Meeting 1 October 21-22, 2004 800 Eye Street, NW, Conference Room A, Washington, DC Open Session: Thursday, October 21, 2004 10:00am Open Session Commences Charge to the Committee, Plans for Expansion, and Workforce Issues Martin Cetron, Director, Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, CDC   A Day in the Life of a CDC Quarantine Station Manager Martha Remis, Officer in Charge, CDC Quarantine Station, Chicago-O’Hare Airport

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Quarantine Stations at Ports of Entry: Protecting the Public’s Health 12:00pm Partners’ Perspectives on the CDC Quarantine Station System and Its Plans for Expansion Katherine B. Andrus, Assistant General Council, Air Transport Association of America Inc.     John F. Lopinto, D.V.M., Veterinary Medical Officer, USDA APHIS Animal Care 1:00pm Open Session Adjourns   Meeting 2 January 20-21, 2005 Mt. Washington Conference Center, 5801 Smith Avenue, Suite 1100, Baltimore, MD Open Session, Thursday, January 20, 2005 8:00am Open Session Commences   8:30am Future of Quarantine Stations Bill Rowley, MD, Institute for Alternative Futures 9:30am State and Local Partners ASTHO   Guthrie Birkhead, MD, MPH New York State Department of Health NACCHO Pat Checko, DrPH Bristol-Burlington Health District CSTE Gilberto Chavez, MD, MPH California State Epidemiologist and Chair, CSTE Working Group on Border and International Health TB Controllers Sarah Royce, MD, MPH Tuberculosis Control Branch, California Department of Health Services

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Quarantine Stations at Ports of Entry: Protecting the Public’s Health 10:45am Panel Discussion   11:30am Lunch Break 12:30pm Quarantine Stations in Canada: Structure Susan Courage, RN BScN National Coordinator, Quarantine Services Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response Public Health Agency of Canada   Quarantine Stations in Canada: Response to SARS Susan Courage, RN BScN National Coordinator, Quarantine Services Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response Public Health Agency of Canada 1:45pm Potential Use of Modeling in Quarantine Stations Donald Burke, MD Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health 3:30 U.S. Customs and Border Protection (by teleconference) Anne Lombardi, Director Penny Gaddini Chicago Field Office, Department of Homeland Security 4:00 Final Questions and Discussion   4:15 Open Session Adjourns