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Appendix A Workshop Agenda Dietary Supplement Use by Military Personnel Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine The National Academies, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC Lecture Room February 12â13, 2007 February 12, 2007 1:00 Welcome and Introductory Remarks M.R.C. Greenwood, Committee Chair SESSION 1: INTRODUCTION Moderator: John Erdman, Committee on Military Nutrition Research 1:15 Perspectives on Committeeâs Task and Workshop Goals: Prospective Uses Andrew Young, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine 1:35 Physiological Demands and Nutritional Needs of Military Personnel Scott Montain, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine 377
378 USE OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS BY MILITARY PERSONNEL 1:50 Efficacy of Dietary Supplements: Physical and Cognitive Performance Harris Lieberman, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine 2:20 Discussion 3:00 Break 3:15 Health Policy Development and Implementation for Military Personnel Lynn Pahland, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) 3:45 Monitoring Dietary Supplements of Military Medical Facilities Paul Hoerner, Lt Col USAF, BSC, Department of Defense Patient Safety Center 4:15 Design of Surveys on Dietary Supplement Use: Factors to Consider David Kaufman, Boston University 4:45 Discussion 5:30 Adjourn February 13, 2007 SESSION 2: SURVEYS ON USE OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS Moderator: Wayne Askew, Committee on Military Nutrition Research 8:00 Dietary Supplement Use in the United States Adult Population: An Analysis of the National Databases Paula Gardiner, Harvard Medical School 8:30 Insights into Dietary Supplement Usage by U.S. Active Military Personnel Steve French, National Marketing Institute 9:00 Beyond the DFAC (Dinning Facilities Administration Center): What Supplements Soldiers Are Taking and Why Sonya Corum, Lt Col, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command 9:30 2006 Air Force Dietary Supplement Use Survey Information About Usage Charity J. Thomasos, Lt Col MIL USAF, Eglin Hospital, Eglin Air Force Base, FL
APPENDIX A 379 10:00 Break 10:30 Dietary Supplement Use in the Last 12 Months as Reported by Active Duty Military Personnel Bernadette Marriot, Abt Associates, Inc. 11:00 Army Health Care Providersâ Knowledge of Dietary Supplement Usage Danny Jaghab, Lt Col, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine 11:30 Dietary Supplement Use in U.S. Army Personnel Harris Lieberman, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine 12:00 Summary Cheryl Anderson, Johns Hopkins University 12:15 Open Discussion 12:45 Lunch SESSION 3: FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING SAFETY Moderator: Johanna Dwyer, Committee on Military Nutrition Research 1:45 What Do We Know About Safety and Adverse Effects of Dietary Supplements Commonly Used for Physical Performance and for Weight Loss? Mary Hardy, University of California, Los Angeles 2:15 Dietary Supplements: An IOM Framework for Evaluating Safety Elizabeth Jeffery, University of Illinois 2:45 Approaches for Postmarketing Adverse Effect Surveillance of Drugs and Biologicals Gerald J. Dal Pan, Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology, FDA 3:15 Break 3:30 Current Approaches for Postmarketing Adverse Effect Surveillance of Foods and Dietary Supplements Bill Frankos, Division of Dietary Supplements Program, FDA 4:00 Corporate Approaches to Safety and Postmarketing Adverse Effect Surveillance of Dietary Supplements Rick Kingston, SafetyCall International
380 USE OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS BY MILITARY PERSONNEL 4:30 Summary Sanford Miller, University of Maryland 4:45 Discussion 5:30 Adjourn