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Assessing the Effects of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill on Human Health: A Summary of the June 2010 Workshop
SESSION VI: FUTURE DIRECTIONSAND RESOURCE NEEDS
Session Objective: Identify and discuss overarching themes that emerged throughout the workshop. Identify significant gaps in our knowledge base. Discuss what opportunities and constraints exist to implementing the frameworks and models discussed throughout the workshop. Consider what resources are required to implement the changes necessary to ensure that the most efficient and effective frameworks are in place to identify and monitor potential short- and long-term adverse health effects.
Panel Discussion. Looking Ahead: How Do WeDevelop Effective Surveillance and MonitoringSystems?
Moderator:David A. Savitz, Mount Sinai School ofMedicine
Nancy E. Adler, University of California, SanFrancisco
John C. Bailar III, University of Chicago
Lynn R. Goldman, Bloomberg School of PublicHealth, Johns Hopkins University
Maureen Y. Lichtveld, Tulane University
Linda A. McCauley, Emory University
Kenneth Olden, Hunter College of the CityUniversity of New York
Linda Rosenstock, University of California, LosAngeles
Nancy E. Adler, University of California, San Francisco