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Dispensing Medical Countermeasures for Public Health Emergencies: Workshop Summary (2008)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Attendees." Institute of Medicine. 2008. Dispensing Medical Countermeasures for Public Health Emergencies: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12221.
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C Registered Workshop Attendees David Abramson Wilmer Alvarez Columbia University National Columbia University National Center for Disaster Center for Disaster Preparedness Preparedness Terry Adirim Tali Bar-Shalom Office of Health Affairs, Office of Management and Department of Homeland Budget Security Ann Beauchesne Issac Ajit U.S. Chamber of Commerce Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Joseph Becker American Red Cross George Alexander U.S. Department of Health and Barron Bell Human Services Georges Benjamin Jennifer B. Alton American Public Health U.S. Senate Committee on Association Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions Kavita Berger American Association for the Advancement of Science 53

54 DISPENSING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES Richard Besser Stephen Cunnion Centers for Disease Control and Potomac Institute for National Prevention Security Health Policy Center Douglas Boenning Robert Darling U.S. Department of Health and Uniformed Services University Human Services of the Health Sciences, U.S. Public Health Service Kathryn Brinsfield American College of Kristin Dawson Emergency Physicians Lawrence Deyton Dennis Brown Department of Veterans Affairs U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Donald A. Donahue, Jr. Potomac Institute for National Paula Burgess Security Health Policy Center Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Joe Donovan Beacon Capital Partners, Inc. Pat Bye Synthosys Jeffrey Duchin Seattle & King County and Michelle Cantu University of Washington Center for Biosecurity of University of Pittsburgh Stephanie Dulin Medical Center Strategic National Stockpile, Spencer Cason Centers for Disease Control and Essex Innovation Group Prevention Diane Caves Jaime Durley Centers for Disease Control and U.S. Department of Health and Prevention Human Services Norm Coleman Peter Emanuel U.S. Department of Health and Office of Science Technology Human Services Policy, Executive Office of the President Brooke Courtney U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

APPENDIX C 55 Aaron M. Firoved Richard J. Hatchett Senate Homeland Security & National Institute of Allergy and Government Affairs Infectious Diseases, U.S. Committee Department of Health and Human Services Brian W. Flynn Uniformed Services University Jerome M. Hauer of the Health Sciences, U.S. Former Assistant Secretary, Public Health Service U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Perry Fri The Hauer Group Healthcare Distribution Management Association Robert Hayhurst Office of the Assistant Secretary Andrew Garrett for Preparedness and Columbia University National Response, U.S. Department of Center for Disaster Health and Human Services Preparedness Pamela Henderson Asha M. George U.S. Department of Health and U.S. House of Representatives Human Services (Majority Staff) Jeffrey Holmes Luke George PRTM National Safety Council Chad M. Hrdina Lynn Goldman U.S. Department of Health and Johns Hopkins University Human Services School of Public Health Bob Irwin Craig Haimson Centers for Disease Control and The MITRE Corporation Prevention Julie Hantman Alex Isakov Infectious Diseases Society of Emory University America

56 DISPENSING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES Jason F. Jackson Lisa Koonin Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention James James American Medical Association Jon Krohmer Office of Health Affairs, Paul Jarris Department of Homeland Association of State and Security Territorial Health Officials Michael Kurilla Harvey Johnson, Jr. National Institute of Allergy and Federal Emergency Infectious Diseases, U.S. Management Agency Department of Health and Human Services Jerry Johnston National Association of Laura Kwinn Emergency Medical U.S. Senate Committee on Technicians Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions Robert Kadlec White House Homeland Daniel Lamb Security Council Philips Healthcare Joseph M. Kaminski Lara Lamprecht National Institutes of Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Lisa Kaplowitz Virginia Department of Health Jessica Lang Terrorism Research Center Lynne Kidder Business Executives for William Lang National Security American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy James Kirkwood New York State Department of James Lawler Health White House Homeland Security Council Donna Knutson Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

APPENDIX C 57 Matthew Lawrence Margaret McMahon United Parcel Service of Emergency Nurses Association America Carter Mecher Patrick Libbey White House Homeland National Association of County Security Council and City Health Officials Toby Merlin Jodi B. Lieberman Centers for Disease Control and U.S. Senate Homeland Security Prevention Committee, Oversight of Government Management Matthew Minson Subcommitte Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Jayne Lux Response, U.S. Department of National Business Group on Health and Human Services Health Judith Monroe Christopher Magee Association of State and Centers for Disease Control and Territorial Health Officials Prevention Denise Mooney Monique K. Mansoura The MITRE Corporation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Scott Mugno FedEx Express, Inc. Ronald Maples U.S. Department of Health and Erin Mullen Human Services Rx Response for the Pharmaceutical Researchers David Marcozzi and Manufacturers of U.S. Department of Health and America Human Services Robert Nadolski Maria Marinissen Emory University/Emory U.S. Department of Health and Healthcare Human Services Thomas Neal Wesley McDermott The MITRE Corporation Virginia Department of Health

58 DISPENSING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES Chris Nelson Steven Phillips RAND Corporation National Library of Medicine Lucienne Nelson Vanessa Procter U.S. Northern Command MedImmune, Inc. Amy Nevel Irwin Redlener U.S. Department of Health and Columbia University School of Human Services Public Health Rita E. Norton Bob Rehm AmerisourceBergen America’s Health Insurance Corporation Plans Jennifer Nuzzo Luke Ridenhour Center for Biosecurity of Essex Innovation Group, Inc. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Jeffrey Runge Office of the Chief Medical Bill O’Connell Officer, Department of National Safety Council Homeland Security Ann E. O’Connor Julie Schafer Centers for Disease Control and U.S. Department of Health and Prevention Human Services Tara O’Toole Phillip Schneider Center for Biosecurity of National Association of Chain University of Pittsburgh Drug Stores Medical Center Roslyne Schulman Gerald Parker American Hospital Association Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Susan Sherman Response, U.S. Department of U.S. Department of Health and Health and Human Services Human Services Cheryl Peterson Tom Shipley American Nurses Association U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

APPENDIX C 59 James Shortal Mark Torbeck Cox Communications, Inc. Department of Homeland Security Tiffany Smith U.S. Department of Health and Marci Van Dyke Human Services U.S. Agency for International Development John Solomon New York Public Margaret VanAmringe Radio/National Public Radio The Joint Commission Julia Spencer Katherine Wallace U.S. Department of Health and Department of Veterans Affairs Human Services Jacob Ward Boyd Stephenson Office of Science and American Trucking Association Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President Linda Stierle American Nurses Association Dorothy Wawrose U.S. Food and Drug Dan Stoneking Administration Ogilvy Public Relations Ken White Michael Stoto Philips Healthcare Georgetown University Theresa Wiegmann Barbara Styrt AABB (formerly known as the U.S. Food and Drug American Association of Administration Blood Banks) Michael Swigart Diane Wray-Cahen U.S. Postal Service U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Robert J. Taylor SAGE Analytica, LLC Wayne Young U.S. Department of Health and Geoff Tison Human Services Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

60 DISPENSING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES Linda Yu Mina Zadeh Synthosys U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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On March 3-4, 2008, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Catastrophic Events hosted a workshop titled "Medical Countermeasures Dispensing." The overall objective was to discuss a range of solutions to rapidly provide medical countermeasures to protect large numbers of people prior to or during a public health emergency, such as a bioterrorist attack or infectious disease outbreak. The United States is currently unprepared to confront the range of threats it is facing, such as an intentional anthrax release, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), or pandemic influenza, and it must plan aggressively to counteract the threat of these and other future public health emergencies.

Countermeasure dispensing must harness all types of imaginative partnerships between public and private institutions, working together in ways tailored to meet individual community needs. This workshop summary highlights the presentations and subsequent discussion that occurred at the workshop.

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