UCSF CME: Vulnerable Workers and Communities at Environmental Risk and
Updates in Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2019

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Complete Syllabus

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Evening Poster Session and Opening Reception
Thursday, March 14, 2019
7:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
Vulnerable Workers and Communities at Environmental Risk
7:45 Welcome & Overview Course Leaders
8:00 01. The Vulnerable Worker: Notes from the Field / / SLIDES Robert Harrison, MD, MPH
8:50 02. How Medical Humanities Can Inform Our Thinking About Vulnerable Populations / / SLIDES Brian Dolan, PhD
9:40 Coffee Break
10:10 03. Lung Disease, Miners and Mining Communities: a Global Population at Risk / / SLIDES Robert Cohen, MD
11:00 G, P 04. Vulnerable Workers in New York City – Workplace Hazards and Interacting Risk Factors / / SLIDES George Friedman-Jimenez, MD, DrPH and Acran Salmen-Navarro, MD, MSc
11:50 Lunch on own
1:20 PM P 05. Indigenous (Native) Latin American Immigrants: Among the Most Vulnerable Workers / / SLIDES Seth M. Holmes, MD, PhD and Leoncio Vasquez Santos
2:10 G 06. An Aging Population at Work and at Play – Vocations, Avocations, and Hobbies / / SLIDES Ware Kuschner, MD
3:00 Coffee Break
3:30 07. Military Service as a Vulnerable Occupation: Lung Disease as a Paradigm / / SLIDES Mike Falvo, PhD  
4:20 08. Pediatric and Environmentally Exposed: Doubly Vulnerable
Stephanie Holm, MD, MPH
5:10 Closing Panel –  What Experience May Teach Us about Vulnerable Populations Moderator: Robert Harrison, MD, MPH
Mike Falvo, PhD
Stephanie Holm, MD, MPH
Ware Kuschner, MD
6:30 PM Adjourn
Friday, March 15, 2019
7:15 AM Continental Breakfast
7:50 Welcome & Overview Course Leaders
8:10 P 09. Sports Medicine: What An Occupational Medicine Practitioner Should Consider? / / SLIDES Anthony Luke, MD, MPH
9:00 10. Volcanology for the Health Care Provider / / SLIDES Michael N. Bates, PhD
9:50 Coffee Break
10:20 11. Occupational Health in the Biotechnology Industry / / SLIDES David Miedinger, MD, PhD  
11:30 12. Dabs, Vapes and Third-hand Smoke: An Update on Environmental Exposure to Tobacco and Marijuana / / SLIDES Suzaynn Schick, PhD
12:20 PM Lunch on own
1:50 13. Climate Change and Health in 2019 / / SLIDES Paul English, PhD, MPH
2:40 14. Hazardous Metals: Emerging and Long-Standing Toxicants
Robert Goodnough, MD
3:20 Coffee Break
3:50 15. OEM Published Research: The Year in Review / / SLIDES Samuel Goldman, MD, MPH  
4:45pm  Adjourn
Saturday, March 15, 2019
7:45 AM Continental Breakfast 
8:15 Welcome & Overview  Course Leaders
8:30 16. Occupational Dermatology in 2019 – More than Just Contact Dermatitis 
Howard Maibach, MD
9:30 G 17. The Italian Mesothelioma Registry: Lessons Learned 
Diana Gagliardi, MD    
10:20 Coffee Break
10:40 18. Innovation in Air Quality and Climate Change Mitigation Policies: The California Paradigm / / SLIDES John Balmes, MD
11:30 Closing Panel – What are the Persistent or Emerging Problems in Occupational and Environmental Medicine? Moderator: Samuel Goldman, MD, MPH 
  John Balmes, MD 
Diana Gagliardi, MD    
Howard Maibach, MD
12:10 Adjourn

P – Pain Credit
G – Geriatric Credit

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