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Partners Under the PalmsMEETING AT A GLANCETuesday, June 3Registration Opens7:00 AM — 6:00 PMLeadership Day (invitation only)8:00 AM — 3:30 PMNo other educational programmingon Tuesday.Charity Golf Invitational:ACHF’s Campaign 20112:30 PM — 7:30 PMTicket requiredGolf Academy4:30 PM — 6:00 PMTicket requiredCommittee Meetings5:30 PM — 7:00 PM7:30 PM — 9:00 PMOpen to all!Wednesday, June 4Registration7:00 AM — 6:00 PMNewcomers’ Orientation to ACHA7:30 AM — 8:45 AMPresiders’/Facilitators’ Orientation9:00 AM — 9:45 AMOpening General Session10:00 AM — 11:45 AMSection Meetings12:00 PM — 1:15 PMAll members welcome!Student Orientation12:00 PM — 1:15 PMEducational Programming1:45 PM — 3:15 PM3:45 PM — 5:15 PMCommittee Meetings5:30 PM — 7:00 PM7:30 PM — 9:00 PMOpen to all!Diversity Reception6:30 PM — 8:00 PMOpen to all!Thursday, June 5Registration7:00 AM — 3:45 PMOpening Breakfast with Exhibitors7:00 AMExhibit Hall and Poster Sessions7:00 AM — 11:00 AM12:30 PM — 4:00 PMEducational Programming8:00 AM — 9:30 AM10:00 AM — 11:30 AMPresidential Session10:00 AM — 11:30 AMAffiliate Meetings12:00 PM — 1:15 PMAll members welcome!Educational Programming1:45 PM — 3:15 PM3:45 PM — 5:15 PMOpen Forum and Reports to ACHA’s Boardof Directors5:30 PM — 6:30 PMAwards/Fellows Dinner7:00 PM — 9:00 PMTicket requiredFriday, June 6School Spirit Day!Show pride in your institution bywearing something displaying yourschool name, colors, or logo.Registration7:00 AM — 3:45 PMContinental Breakfast with Exhibitors7:00 AMExhibit Hall7:00 AM — 1:00 PMPoster Sessions7:00 AM — 11:00 AMEducational Programming8:00 AM — 9:30 AM10:00 AM — 11:30 AMDorosin Memorial Lecture11:45 AM — 1:15 PMSpeaker begins at 12:15 PMEducational Programming1:45 PM — 3:15 PM3:45 PM — 5:15 PMAssembly of Representatives5:30 PM — 6:30 PMSaturday, June 7Registration7:00 AM — 11:00 AMContinental Breakfast7:00 AMEducational Programming8:00 AM — 9:30 AMPresidential Session10:00 AM — 12:00 PMCONTENTSAcknowledgements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Featured Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Information Sessions &Other Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16Wellness Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Poster Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Future College Health Meetings . . . 25Community Service Project . . . . . . 25Continuing Education Details . . . . . 27Schedule of Programs & Events . . 29Hotel Floor Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Session Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61Presenters Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . 69Planning Grid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78Schedule subject to change without notice.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program3


Partners Under the PalmsLesley Sacher, MHA,FACHE, FACHAPresidentCharles (Chad) Henderson, III, MBAPresident-ElectJ. Robert Wirag, HSDChair, Program Planning CommitteeDoyle Randol, MS,Col. USA (Ret.)Executive DirectorWe welcome you to Orlando for the ACHA 2008 AnnualMeeting. We are pleased that you have joined us in thisbeautiful city for five days of superior educational programmingand networking. This is a prime opportunity to earn continuingeducation credits/contact hours, get acquainted with colleaguesfrom across the country, and add to your expertise in studenthealth care and promotion.We in the college health field are continually forming networksand partnerships as we strive to ensure the health andwellness of students and advance the student health mission.Insurance, budgeting, diversity, disease control, crisis management,and mental health are just some of the issues that we facedaily in our practices and programs on campus. These topics andmany others are being presented in more than 130 educationalsessions and discussions at this year’s meeting. The meeting alsofeatures intensive workshops, including the day-long LeadershipWorkshop; section, affiliate, and committee meetings; severalspecial events; and an Exhibit Hall.Our host hotel, the Orlando World Center Marriott, is a full-servicehotel with numerous amenities, including a championship golfcourse, a full-service spa, swimming pools, tennis courts, andrestaurants and lounges. The city of Orlando also has much tooffer, including museums, shopping, parks, restaurants, andtheme parks.On behalf of the Program Planning Committee, Board of Directors,and ACHA staff, enjoy your stay in Orlando and thank you forjoining us!2008 ANNUAL MEETING GOALSConsistent with ACHA’s mission, values, and goals of advancing the health of college students and the campus community through service to the professionalsin the field, we, the members of the association, gather at the annual meeting with invited guests to:1. Foster an understanding about how the diversity of human experience and the socio-cultural context affects the health of individuals and the communitiesin which they live.2. Create collaborative opportunities for the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas among students and professionals in the college health field.3. Encourage the integration of college health with the missions of the institutions we serve.4. Gain a greater understanding of the health and wellness environments in which we operate.5. Promote research, continuing education, and collaborative program development that will enable us to provide population and resource appropriate:health promotion and disease prevention servicesclinical servicesmental health servicesconsumer servicesto the individuals and higher education communities we serve.6. Gain a greater multidisciplinary understanding of obesity as a public health concern on campuses and the challenges and interdisciplinary approaches thatmay be possible through collaborative program development by professionals in the college health field.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program5


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGACKNOWLEDGEMENTS2008 PROGRAM PLANNING COMMITTEEAWARDS ADVISORY COMMITTEECommittee ChairLisa Sommerhauser, MPH, RN, BCWebster UniversityOscar Battle, DPA, MA, MPHSan Jose State UniversityRobert Dollinger, MDFlorida International UniversityFern Goodhart, CHES, MSPHRutgers UniversityChristopher LeethUniversity of TexasJoanne Steane, MDUniversity of WyomingRosa Thomas, MPHUniversity of TennesseeCharles (Chad) Henderson III, MBAUniversity of Rhode IslandFELLOWS ADVISORY COMMITTEECommittee ChairJackie Ayers, PhDUniversity of Florida-GainesvilleAlejandro Martinez, PhDStanford UniversityTed Grace, MD, MPHOhio State UniversityJohn Dorman, MDStanford UniversityMichael Haines, MSNorthern Illinois UniversityJean Hanson, RN, MPHDuke UniversityOrlando and surrounding area photographs used in ACHA2008 Annual Meeting materials courtesy of Orlando/OrangeCounty Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc., dreamstime, andistockphoto.6Program Planning Committee ChairJ. Robert Wirag, HSDUniversity of Central FloridaACHA PresidentLesley Sacher, MHA, FACHE, FACHAFlorida State UniversityACHA President-Elect/Leadership DayCharles (Chad) Henderson, III, MBAUniversity of Rhode IslandACHA Vice President/Leadership Development AdvisorAlan I. Glass, MDWashington University in Saint LouisProgram Planning Committee Chair-ElectKeith J. Anderson, PhDRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteSECTION PROGRAM PLANNERSAdministrationKatrin A. Wesner, MS, CAPPMUniversity of North Carolina WilmingtonAdvanced Practice CliniciansTobie Caron, PA-CSuffolk UniversityClinical MedicineGlenn Egelman, MDBowling Green State UniversityHealth PromotionJenny Haubenreiser, MAMontana State University-BozemanMental HealthJohn Miner, MDWilliams CollegeNursingSandra J. Murray, RN, MSNUniversity of VirginiaExperientLisa PetzingerRegistration CoordinatorJennifer Haire and Tom MichaliskoStrategic Account ManagerKristen RogetMeeting & Event ManagerArnold Palmer Hospital for ChildrenBill Madonna Golf AcademyCoco LocoConference Media ContractorsNurse-Directed Health ServicesDeloise Williams, BSNLincoln UniversityPharmacyDeirdre Younger, BSPharm, MSUniversity of Maryland-College ParkStudents/ConsumersDon PostUniversity of Central FloridaA SPECIAL THANK YOU TO . . .ADVISORSAdvisor on Student Issues/ACHA Immediate PastPresidentDorothy Kozlowski, MSN, RN, NPCRutgers UniversityAdvisor for American Academy of Family PhysiciansYvonne Mark, MD, MMSJohns Hopkins UniversityAdvisor for National Board for Certified CounselorsJoy Himmel, PsyD, APRN-BC, LPC, NCCPennsylvania State University-AltoonaCONTINUING EDUCATION REVIEWERSChair, Continuing Education Committee andChair, Continuing Medical Education SubcommitteeEleanor W. Davidson, MDCase Western Reserve UniversityChair, Continuing Nursing Education SubcommitteeKathleen MacLachlan, MS, RN-C, ANPSyracuse UniversityChair, Continuing Psychology Education SubcommitteeMichael D. Malmon-BergCollege of WoosterChair, Continuing Education for Certified HealthEducation Specialists SubcommitteeKathryn T. Saichuk, MA, CHESLouisiana State UniversityDavis Audio VisualGES Exhibition ServicesGifted TouchHawk’s Landing Golf CourseThe Language BankOrlando World Center MarriottRUKUSTommy CaltonUniversity of Central Florida Health ServicesUSA Hosts


Partners Under the PalmsDISTINGUISHED SPONSORSMEETING SPONSORSKennedy Space CenterAirboat & Swamp Buggy ToursSea World Orandowww.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program7


Partners Under the PalmsHawk’s Landing Golf Club at Orlando World Center MarriottGENERAL INFORMATIONRegistration Booth, InformationBooth, and ACHA Store Hours(located in the foyer of the CrystalBallroom)Tuesday, June 3 7:00 AM–6:00 PMWednesday, June 4 7:00 AM–6:00 PMThursday, June 5 7:00 AM–3:45 PMFriday, June 6 7:00 AM–3:45 PMSaturday, June 7 7:00 AM–11:00 AMWHERE TO GO FOR ASSISTANCERegistration Boothregister for the meeting or pickup complete registration packet ifpre-registeredpay balance due or answer questionsabout fees or paymentspick up or purchase event ticketspick up or replace name badgespick up continuing educationmaterials if applying for creditsSpeaker Information Boothcheck on audio/visual equipmentrequestedcheck presider/facilitator schedulepresiders/facilitators drop-off sessionevaluationsACHA Information Boothlearn how to become a member ofACHAask questions about membership,the annual meeting, or ACHAprograms and servicespreview ACHA publicationsobtain free copies of ACHA guidelinessign up for a time slot for the OpenForumACHA Storelocation of the Lost and Foundpurchase ACHA publicationspurchase ACHA denim shirts, poloshirts, t-shirts, and umbrellasMessage Boardcheck for details about informalget-togethers or planned socialscheck for messages left for you byan attendeecheck for employment opportunitiesUSA Hosts Florida Tour Tablepick up tickets for pre-registeredtours and check availability of lastminute ticketsask questions about tour logisticsLocal Arrangements Tablepick up information on local diningand entertainment optionsfind out about OrlandoattractionsSession Audio CD Tableredeem pre-conference specialpurchase individual CDs for$14.95 eachYour Name BadgeYou are required to wear the name badgeincluded in your registration packet to gainadmission to all annual meeting events,including the Exhibit Hall. If you don’t haveyour name badge, you may be excludedfrom events.Cell Phones and PagersOut of courtesy to speakers and yourfellow attendees, please turn off your cellphone or pager or place them on vibrateduring sessions. If you must answer a callduring a session, please exit the room soas not to disrupt the presentation.Welcome Spouses/Domestic PartnersSpouses/domestic partners who wishto participate in annual meeting eventsmust be registered. Those who wish toattend tours and other ticketed eventsmust purchase a separate ticket for thosefunctions.The spouse/domestic partner registrationfee does not include continuing educationcredits or certificates of attendance.Message BoardA self-service message board will be availablein the registration area. Please use thisboard to exchange messages with othermeeting attendees, post employmentopportunities, and check on any socialstaking place during the meeting.Press and Other MediaUpon arrival, members of the press andother media should check in at the ACHARegistration Booth.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program11


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGGENERAL INFORMATIONEXHIBIT HALL AND POSTER SESSIONSExhibit HallTake time to visit our busy Exhibit Hall on June 5 andJune 6! More than 100 exhibitors will display theirhealth-related products and services. The Exhibit Hallwill be located adjacent to the ACHA registration area.A detailed map of the hall and a list of exhibitors areincluded in your tote bag.Exhibit Hall HoursThursday, June 57:00 AM — 11:00 AM12:30 PM — 4:00 PMFriday, June 67:00 AM — 1:00 PMName badgesrequired!Poster SessionsPoster sessions are visual presentations of successfulprograms on a variety of campuses. A special StudentsPoster Session will provide full-time students withan opportunity to present work that they have beeninvolved with over the last year. This year the PosterSessions will be displayed in the Exhibit Hall.Poster Sessions HoursThursday, June 57:00 AM — 11:00 AM12:30 PM — 4:00 PMFriday, June 67:00 AM — 11:00 AMResource TablesVisit the resource tables located near theACHA registration area during the hours theACHA Information Booth is open. Literature,posters, extra speaker handouts, or othermaterials that you would like to make availableto attendees can be placed here. Checkback each day to see what’s new!Session Audio CDsAudio CDs of most of the sessions willbe available for purchase throughout themeeting and for a limited time thereafter.Look for ordering information in yourregistration packet or visit the ConferenceMedia Contractors’ table near the ACHAregistration area.Special AccommodationsIf you require special services to participatein the meeting, please stop by the registrationarea for information. Wheelchairaccessible guest rooms are available. Allmeeting rooms and rest rooms in themeeting area are wheelchair accessible.Your Information StationIf you have any questions about membership,continuing education, researchsurveys, or the annual meeting — or ifyou’d like to preview ACHA publications —stop by the ACHA Information Booth.Ticketed FunctionsPre-purchased tickets for the Awards/Fellows Dinner, the Charity GolfInvitational, and the Golf Academy areincluded in your registration packet.Limited tickets for the Awards/FellowsDinner may still be available but mustbe purchased 48 hours in advance. Forassistance, visit the Registration Booth.Tickets are not refundable.ToursVisit the USA Hosts Florida Tour Desk topick up tickets for pre-registered tours andto check the availability of last-minutetickets. Tickets for planned tours must bepicked up at the tour desk duringthe following hours:Tuesday 7:00 AM - 12:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM - 1:30 PMThursday 11:00 AM - 1:30 PMFriday 11:00 AM - 1:30 PMSaturday 9:00 AM - 11:00 AMThe departure point for all tours is indicatedon your confirmation letter. If youhave any questions during the hoursthe tour desk is not open, call the tourcompany at (407) 251-0900.Breakfasts and Refreshment BreaksJoin your colleagues for complimentaryrefreshments at the indicated times andlocations:Wednesday, June 43:15 PM - 3:45 PMRefreshments and light snack throughoutthe meeting spaceThursday, June 57:00 AMOpening Breakfast in the Exhibit HallSponsored by Aetna Student Health3:15 PM - 3:45 PMRefreshments and light snack in theExhibit HallSponsored by Aetna Student HealthFriday, June 67:00 AMContinental breakfast in the Exhibit HallSponsored by Kaiser Permanente3:15 PM - 3:45 PMRefreshments and light snack throughoutthe meeting spaceSaturday, June 77:00 AMContinental breakfast in Crystal G12


Partners Under the PalmsACHA Raffle DrawingDrawings will be held and announcedFriday, June 6, at 11:45 AM in the ExhibitHall. Winners will be listed at the ACHAInformation Booth and contacted followingthe meeting. To participate, fill outyour raffle tickets (located on the sheet oftickets attached to your name badge) anddrop them in the appropriate tumblersinside the Exhibit Hall no later than Fridayat 11:15 AM.You’ll have a chance to win:a free registration to ACHA’s 2009Annual Meeting in San Franciscoa free 2009 ACHA IndividualMembership$50 savings toward your purchaseof ACHA brochuresbeautiful artwork hand-crafted byMargaret Bridwell, MDSpeaker Ready RoomRoom: ChicagoPresenters can preview their audio-visualmaterials on equipment set aside in theSpeaker Ready Room. Equipment will beavailable on a self-serve basis during thefollowing hours.Tuesday, June 37:00 AM - 8:00 PMWednesday, June 47:00 AM - 6:00 PMThursday, June 57:00 AM - 6:00 PMFriday, June 67:00 AM - 6:00 PMSaturday, June 77:00 AM - 11:00 AMHotel Dining OptionsThe Orlando World Center Marriottfeatures several eating options: Withten restaurants and lounges, the choicesare seemingly endless. The MangroveImporium is a full service food court offeringbrick-oven pizza, Philly cheese steaks,burgers, grilled chicken, salads, beverages,and Haagen-Dazs ice cream. Eat in or takeit to go! The Solaris Restaurant offershome-style cooking, while High Velocityprovides classic pub fare in a sports barsetting. And three of the very best restaurantsin Orlando, Ristoranté Tuscany,Hawk’s Landing Steakhouse & Grille, andMikado Japanese Steakhouse are righthere under the same roof!Fitness Centers and SpasThe hotel has a 24-hour, state-of-the-art4,000 square foot Fitness Center, featuringelliptical machines, treadmills, freeweights, and more. There is no charge toguests for use of the Fitness Center.Business Center and Related ServicesThe hotel offers both a full-service businesscenter and a 24-hour self-service businesscenter. Also available for a fee are STSNhigh-speed Internet access in all guestrooms, computer, phone, and pager rentals,and shipping and receiving services.GENERAL INFORMATIONOrlando World Center MarriottGETTING AROUND ORLANDOGENERAL PHONE NUMBERSOrlando World Center Marriott8701 World Center DriveOrlando, Florida 32821(407) 239-4200Tour Company - USA Hosts Florida(407) 251-0900ACHA will be providing a complimentary shuttle to and from Downtown Disney and UniversalCity Walk on selected evenings during the week. A schedule of destinations and departuretimes is below.Shuttle Schedule to and from Downtown Disney and Universal City Walk(Shuttles will depart from the Convention Center driveway near the ACHA registration area.)Day Destination Start Time End TimeTuesday, June 3 Universal City Walk 6:00 PM 10:00 PMWednesday, June 4 Downtown Disney 6:00 PM 10:00 PMThursday, June 5 Universal City Walk 6:00 PM 10:00 PMFriday, June 6 Universal City Walk 6:00 PM 10:00 PMFriday, June 6 Downtown Disney 6:00 PM 10:00 PMTaxi and limousine services are available through the hotel’s concierge or bellstand in thehotel lobby; prices vary according to distance.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program13


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGFEATURED EVENTS14Opening General SessionKeynote AddressWednesday, June 4, 10:00 AM - 11:45 AMSabal & Sago RoomsSponsored by UnitedHealthcare StudentResources.Additional funding by the American College HealthFoundation Endowment Fund and the SouthwestCollege Health AssociationAt this year’s Opening GeneralSession on Wednesday morning,we are pleased to have as ourkeynote speaker RichardCarmona, MD, MPH, FACS,17th Surgeon General of theUnited States, 2002-2006. Dr.Carmona has worked in variouspositionsin the health care and publichealth fields (including at a collegestudent health center and at thetop public health position in the nation).As Surgeon General, Dr. Carmona had a very diverse portfolioof responsibility that included prevention, health disparities,and health literacy. He is knowledgeable about emergencypreparedness, having served as a medical director of policeand fire departments. Dr. Carmona has published extensivelyand has received numerous awards. A strong supporter ofcommunity service, he has served on community andnational boards and provided leadership to many diverseorganizations.In his session, “The Obesity Epidemic: Challenges andOpportunities in Creating a Healthier Nation,” Dr. Carmonawill describe how the prevalence of overweight and obesityhas increased dramatically for American adults and children.This session will address the impact of obesity on the nation’shealth, safety, and economy and define critical steps neededto prevent overweight and obesity-related illnesses at a timewhen obesity is the second highest cause of preventabledeath in the United States.The dance performance by RUKUS is sponsored by alleleven ACHA affiliates: Central, Mid-America, Mid-Atlantic,New England, New York State, North Central, Ohio, PacificCoast, Rocky Mountain, Southern, and Southwest.Leadership Day 2008:Partnering Under the PalmsTuesday, June 3, 8:00 AM - 3:30 PMLeadership Sessions TU253 and TU246: Crystal J1Leadership Luncheon/Session TU245: Crystal J2Morning Session sponsored by American College Health FoundationUnitedHealthcare StudentResources FundLuncheon featuring Dr. Humor sponsored by MedicatACHA will again offer Leadership Day programming to a limitednumber of invited attendees. The programming is intended to highlightpartnering for current, emerging, and re-emerging ACHA leaders.Creating and sustaining change takes commitment to a commonpurpose and goals, where individual partners hold themselvesmutually accountable. In ACHA, partnership opportunities abound,whether it be through affiliates, sections, program planning, committees,coalitions, or task forces. So how do we best create andsustain partnerships at all levels? Alice Cahill returns for LeadershipDay 2008, this year focusing on conceptual and practical approachesto partnering. Her initial presentation will be followed by specificpods (Affiliates; Sections; Committees, Coalitions, and Task Forces;ACHA Annual Meeting Program Planners; and Emerging/Re-emergingLeaders) where participants will interact, discuss, and learn the variousopportunities available to partner for success in the association.Participation in Leadership Day 2008 is by invitation only.NOTE: Participants in Leadership Day who choose to take part inthe Charity Golf Invitational will attend the first two segmentsof Leadership Day, but not the third. CE credit will be awardedaccordingly.Diversity ReceptionWednesday, June 4, 6:30 PM — 8:00 PMSago RoomSponsored by Aetna Student HealthHosted by the Allies for LGBT HealthCoalition and the Ethnic DiversityCoalitionName badgesrequired!This year’s Diversity Reception featuresspecial guest Earvin “Magic” Johnson!Mr. Johnson is chairman and chief executiveofficer of Magic Johnson Enterprises, formed in1987. Through strategic investments, partnerships,and endorsements, Magic Johnson Enterprises provides productsand services that particularly focus on ethnically diverse urbancommunities. Mr. Johnson is universally known for his 13-yearcareer in the NBA. His honors include: five national championshipswith the Los Angeles Lakers, three MVP awards, 12 NBA All-Stargames, a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain,and induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.


Partners Under the PalmsPlease join Mr. Johnson as he shares his thoughts and experienceson the importance of health literacy and the need to ensure that itaddresses the ethnic and cultural diversity of the student populationon college campuses today.The Diversity Reception is open to all registered attendees.Presidential Session: History ofCollege Health in the United StatesThursday, June 5, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AMCrystal G1William Christmas, MD (Duke University) will present “The History ofCollege Health” as the first of two Presidential Sessions. Dr. Christmasand his panel will discuss the evolution of health care in the collegepopulation into what is now a multidisciplinary endeavor includingmany different types of health professionals. He will explain how theestablishment and expansion of ACHA has mirrored the profoundchanges in health care and health promotion that occurred in the20th century, and how being a competent and well-informed collegehealth professional requires, in part, a knowledge of the field’s historyand development. The panel for this presentation is drawn fromseveral disciplines and includes individuals who have held leadershiproles in the field of college health and ACHA.FEATURED EVENTSDorosin Memorial LectureFriday, June 6, 11:45 AM - 1:15 PMSago RoomSponsored in part by the American College Health FoundationAyers/Battle/Thomas Diversity Fund and the UnitedHealthcareStudentResources Fund(Room will open at 11:45 AM for those who wish to bring in alunch. The speaker will begin at 12:15 PM.)This year’s annual Dorosin Memorial Lecture will feature PhillipResnick, MD, a renowned professor of psychiatry at Case WesternReserve University. Dr. Resnick’s extensive training and deepinvolvement with many professional organizations, along with hismany publications and academic appointments, have brought himmuch recognition as an expert in the field of forensic psychiatry.During his session, Dr. Resnick will discuss the patterns of homicidesuicide,including mass murder followed by suicide on campus settings.He will also discuss common motives and how identifyingthese motives can help prevent the occurrence of homicide-suicide.Presidential Session: The Spread ofObesity in Social NetworksSaturday, June 6, 10:00 AM — 12:00 PMCrystal J2Sponsored in part by the American College Health FoundationAyers/Battle/Thomas Diversity FundNicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH, of the Department of HealthCare Policy at Harvard Medical School, will present the secondPresidential Session. Dr. Christakis has conducted extensive researchinvolving the interrelationship between health and social networks.As part of the focus on obesity, he will discuss the spread of obesityin a social network and the consequences this has on health policy.Dr. Christakis’s research on this and other subjects has implicationsfor understanding why people become sick and how they use medicalcare to become well again. It also has implications for clinical andpolicy actions to enhance the quality of care given to patients.Awards/Fellows DinnerThursday, June 5, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PMCrystal G1Music by Tommy Calton sponsored by all 11 ACHA affiliatesJoin us in honoring 2008 ACHA award winners and fellows fortheir outstanding dedication to the association and contributionsto the field. Tickets are required for the dinner. The event is opento all registered attendees; those not purchasing dinner ticketsmay sit in a pre-designated area but may not bring their ownfood due to hotel restrictions.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program15


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGINFORMATION SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTSInterest Session: PreliminaryPlanning Session for a NationalNetwork of College HealthClinical DataWednesday, June 4, 12:00 PM-1:00 PMRoom: Crystal J1Join Jim Turner, MD (University ofVirginia) to explore the possibility of afuture initiative to develop a nationalcollege health database.Faith-based FellowshipThursday, June 5, 7:00 AM-8:00 AMRoom: Los AngelesConnect with fellow attendees fromfaith-based schools and/or individualsof faith to discuss resources and specialinterest issues.Advanced Practice CliniciansSocialThursday, June 5, 6:30 PM-8:00 PMRoom: Crystal C & DSponsored by UnitedHealthcareStudentResourcesJoin your colleagues in the AdvancedPractice Clinicians Section for lightrefreshments.Health Promotion SocialFriday, June 6, 5:30 PM-7:00 PMACHA Registration Area/CourtyardTerraceSponsored by Outside the ClassroomRelax with old friends, network withnew colleagues, and celebrate healthpromotion professionals! There is nocost to attend.Student SocialFriday, June 6, 8:00 PM(Meet in the Convention Centerdriveway near the ACHA registrationarea at 7:30 PM)Join fellow students for a casual nightout at Planet Hollywood in DowntownDisney. More information is available atthe student table.16“Charity Golf Invitational: ACHF’s Campaign 2011”Tuesday, June 3, 2:30 PM-7:30 PMThe first-ever American College Health Foundation Golf Tournament is the precursor toACHF’s launch of “Campaign 2011,” when we will celebrate the 150th anniversary ofcollege health. Participants in this exciting golf event should meet at the Hawk’s LandingGolf Club at 1:30 PM, located on the grounds of the Orlando World Center Marriott.Pre-registration is required.Thank you to the following sponsors of the Charity Golf Invitational:ACHF’s Campaign 2011. All net proceeds go directly to ACHF.


Partners Under the PalmsImmerse Yourself in WellnessBack by popular demand! We are again offering a variety ofprofessionally led activities designed to enhance your sense ofwell-being. These activities provide a chance to challenge yourphysical self in the same way you stretch your intellectual musclesduring educational sessions. So take a break from classroomlearning and don’t be afraid to try something new! You’ll find thatmany of these relaxation and exercise techniques promoting wellnessof body and mind can be passed on to students and colleaguesback home.Meditation ClassWednesday, June 4, 5:30 PM-6:30 PMRoom: New YorkMeditation is a form of relaxation that you create when you allowyour mind to become calmer and more focused. It is an excellentand easy-to-learn stress management tool.Water AerobicsThursday, June 5, 6:00 AM-7:00 AMFriday, June 6, 6:00 AM-7:00 AMSaturday, June 7, 6:00 AM-7:00 AMRoom: Spa Terrace PoolWater Aerobics is a low-impact workout that provides a great aerobicexercise for people of all ages and abilities. Since water aerobicstakes place in the pool, you'll stay cool and refreshed while yourheart is pumping! This workout can be adjusted to suit the needs ofeach participant. Towels will be provided. Class size is limited.Stretching for WellnessThursday, June 5, 12:00 PM-1:00 PMRoom: ACHA Exhibit HallStretching is a basic component of physical fitness and one of theeasiest things we can do to cultivate the health of our bodies.People of all ages and abilities can learn how to stay flexible and fitthrough the stretching techniques taught in this class.Seated Chair MassageThursday, June 5, 12:30 PM-4:00 PMFriday, June 6, 7:00 AM-1:00 PMRoom: ACHA Exhibit HallSponsored by the Pacific Coast College Health AssociationAn on-site professional masseuse will administer this highly effectivetechnique that provides an immediate sense of tranquility. Chairmassage helps decrease stress symptoms, fatigue, muscle tightness,and tension in the neck, arms, and shoulders. Massages are availableon a first-come, first-served basis.WELLNESS ACTIVITIESDance FitnessThursday, June 5, 5:30 PM-6:30 PMRoom: Crystal HGet fit, have fun, live life! This is the idea behind dance fitness.Dancing is an enjoyable activity that is also a great way to get fitand burn off stress. Not all exercise has to take place in the gym!BiofeedbackFriday, June 6, 12:00 PM-1:00 PMRoom: MiamiBiofeedback is a form of mind-body therapy that teaches you howto use your mind to improve the health of your body. Biofeedbackis based on the idea that people can learn to recognize and controlsome of their automatic body functions and is especially useful inmanaging stress. A biofeedback specialist will be demonstrating theEmWave System for learning stress management through biofeedback.Class size is limited.Practical Wisdom: The Art of Living Your "Yes"Friday, June 6, 12:00 PM-1:00 PMRoom: ACHA Exhibit HallThe Practical Wisdom technique allows you to immediately accessyour innate sense of inner wisdom. This technique teaches us to listento what our bodies are telling us so that we can live life to thefullest. Through Practical Wisdom, we begin to experience the joy ofliving in our “Yes!”Latin Fusion Dance ClassFriday, June 6, 5:30 PM-6:30 PMRoom: New York / New OrleansGet your body moving to a new beat! Latin Fusion combines highenergy and motivating music with unique moves and combinationsthat allow participants to dance away their worries. It is based onthe principle that a workout should fun and easy to do. Latin Fusionis great not just for the body but for the mind as well. It is truly a“feel happy” workout!Walk Your Way to Fitness — in Fifteen Minutes!Wednesday, June 4, 3:15 PM-3:45 PMThursday, June 5, 9:30 AM-10:00 AMThursday, June 5, 3:15 PM-3:45 PMFriday, June 6, 9:30 AM-10:00 AMFriday, June 6, 3:15 PM-3:45 PMRoom: Crystal HEven the busiest person can achieve fitness! This brief and funwalking workout will reenergize you between sessions, so joinyour colleagues and stretch out those leg muscles.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program17


The Premier Student Health SurveyHaving current, relevant data about yourstudents’ health can only help you toenhance campuswide health promotionand prevention services.The American College Health Association’sNational College Health Assessment(ACHA-NCHA) — a nationally recognizedresearch survey — can assist you incollecting precise data about your students’habits, behaviors, and perceptions onthe widest range of health issues:■■■■■Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug useSexual healthWeight, nutrition, and exerciseMental healthPersonal safety and violenceThe ACHA-NCHA has been revised for Fall 2008! Visit the ACHAInformation Booth in the registration area for information about the surveyrevisions and how to participate. The latest data reports and executivesummaries are available at www.acha-ncha.org.


Partners Under the PalmsPOSTER SESSIONSPOSTER SESSIONSLocation: Exhibit Hall, Palms BallroomPoster sessions are visual presentationsof successful programs from a varietyof campuses.Poster Session HoursThursday, June 57:00 AM — 11:00 AM12:30 PM — 4:00 PMFriday, June 67:00 AM — 11:00 AM1. Smoking Cessation and Peer HealthEducationAngela Guzman, MPH (San Diego StateUniversity)2. Assessing the Changes in BMI of CollegeStudents Using a University HealthCenter from 1995 to 2005Wanda Koszewski, PhD, RD, and KarenMiller, MS, RD (University of Nebraska-Lincoln); Stephanie Schaefer, MS (BryanLGHMedical Center)3. Compare Preparation for Women’sHealth & BCM AppointmentsApril Taylor and Merrie Ellen Dyer (SyracuseUniversity)4. Evaluating a 3-year Social NormsMarketing CampaignSareet Taylor, MEd, EdS, LMHC (RollinsCollege)5. Seven Characteristics of Top HealthEducation ProgramsBruce Ragon, PhD, Jon Fritsch, MS, LaurieSchmidt, MSEd, and Lori Anne Kirk (VirginiaTech University)6. Measuring Student Learning inManaging Their Health CareGayleen Eilers, MD (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse)7. Association Between Physical Activityand Suicidal Behavior Among CollegeStudentsLindsay Taliaferro, MS, MPH, BarbaraRienzo, PhD, R. Morgan Pigg, Jr., HSD, MPH,M. David Miller, PhD, and Virginia Dodd,PhD, MPH (University of Florida)8. Environmental Correlates of Obesity: ANew Tool to Assess the College NutritionEnvironmentMarjorie Freedman, MS, PhD, Jason Mousel,MS, and Jennifer Waldrop, MS, RD (SanJose State University)9. Predictors and Programs for AddressingObesity on CampusGary Liguori, PhD, and Larry Anenson, RN,MMGT (North Dakota State University)10. Analysis of College Students’ PhysicalActivity Patterns and Rates ofOverweight and ObesityCatherine Elliot, MA, PhD, Cathy Kennedy,Debra Morris, and Aubrey Hajek (ColoradoState University)11. A Credit to Your Health; EncouragingHealth and Wellness Through AcademicCoursesKristine Cecchetti, MPH, MPA, CHES, andPaula Martin, RD, LDN (Carnegie MellonUniversity)12. Classification of the College StudentDrinkerLaura Rowald, PhD, and Jennifer Whiting,MSEd (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale)13. Differences in Sexual Behavior &Contraceptive Use in Religious and Non-Religious Universities: A ComparisonUsing the ACHA-National College HealthAssessmentWilliam Buhrow, Jr., PsyD, and Jeff Nelson,MA (George Fox University)14. Anti-Obesity Physical Activity andHealthful Living Courses at theUniversity Level — An Applied ApproachBridget Melton, EdD, and Daniel Czech, PhD(Georgia Southern University)15. Practical Uses for Sharing Trend Datawith Campus PartnersNatascha Romeo, MEd, CHES, SharonWoodard, MS, and Cecil Price, MD (WakeForest University)16. A Preliminary Evaluation of an HIV/AIDSPrevention Education Curriculum forLatinasTammy Wyatt, PhD, and Sara Oswalt, MPH,PhD (University of Texas at San Antonio)17. Trends in Sexual Behavior of Studentsat a Hispanic-Serving InstitutionSara Oswalt, MPH, PhD, and Tammy Wyatt,PhD (University of Texas at San Antonio)18. Clinical Interventions to Address HighRates of Sexual Risk Taking Behaviorson a University Campus in SouthFloridaTami Thomas, PhD, ARNP, RNC, KathleenKleinert, MSN, and Andrew Frados, MSN(Florida International University)19. Developing a Staff Wellness Program:The Fiesty Fitness Freaks ChallengeCrystal Stewart, Kim Nguyen-Finn,Rosalinda Rossow, MSN, and RosinaGonzalez (University of Texas-Pan American)20. Social Norming Strengths andChallenges: Then What?Christine Connolly, PhD, Wendy Schuh, MA,and Stephen Bohnenblust, EdD (MinnesotaState University-Mankato); CoritaBeckermann, MS (St. Cloud StateUniversity)21. A Technological Approach to TeachingUniversity Allied Health CoursesDiana Sturges, MD, Daniel Czech, PhD, andPadmini Shankar (Georgia SouthernUniversity)22. Bystander Intervention as a RapePrevention StrategyMary Wyandt-Hiebert, PhD, MEd (Universityof Arkansas)23. How Stressed Are They? Assessing TestAnxiety in College Students Taking aHuman Anatomy and Physiology CourseDiana Sturges, MD, and Daniel Czech, PhD(Georgia Southern University)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program19


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGPOSTER SESSIONS24. Relationship Violence as Experienced ByCollege StudentsRebecca Harrington, MA (State Universityof New York-Oneonta)25. Expanding the Web of Support:Characteristics of Effective MentalHealth Triage ProgramsWilliam Kernan, EdD, MPA, CHES (ColumbiaUniversity)26. Nutrition, Fitness & Quality of Lifeamong Students Studying the HealthProfessionsWilliam Kernan, EdD, MPA, CHES, and PollyWheat, MD (Columbia University)27. Walk to Wellness: A Lifestyle Approachto Increasing Physical Activity andHealthAndrea Coryell, MS, and Jill Korenke(University of Wyoming)28. Health Education and CounselingCenters: Perfect Partners in WeightManagementLisa Thomason, MPH, CHES, and Eric Lester,MA (Ball State University)29. Utilizing Community & Campus PartnersTo Reduce Alcohol UseRebecca Harrington, MA, and Dale Capristo,MS (State University of New York-Oneonta)30. Retrospective Case-Control Study ofFactors that Contribute to ObesityAmong College StudentsHelen Graf, PhD (Georgia SouthernUniversity); James Welle (University ofNotre Dame)31. Preventing Rape by Intoxicationthrough Community Education (PRICE)Susan Henry, MPH, CHES (San Diego StateUniversity); Summer Stephan, JD (SanDiego County District Attorney’s Office);Scott Carr (Javelin Web and Media)32. CALC 101: The Collegiate AlcoholLiteracy Curriculum as a PreventionApproach for High Risk Drinking inFirst-Year College StudentsJanani Sivasithamparam and Thomas Hall,LCSW (University of Central Florida)33. Reducing Participation in DrinkingGames: A Strategy for Reducing AlcoholConsumption and Preventing ItsAssociated HarmsJanani Sivasithamparam, Nicolle Silverio,Allison Randel, and Jennifer Bolden(University of Central Florida)2034. McDonald’s® Sales and the Rise inObesity: Is There a Relationship?Brent Powell and Laura Talbott, PhD(University of Alabama at Birmingham)35. Boosting HIV Testing Rates throughPartnershipLisa Thomason, MPH, CHES (Ball StateUniversity)36. Exercise Interventions for the College-Aged Population: An Applied ApproachAnthony Parrillo, PhD, CHES, and DanielCzech, PhD (Georgia Southern University)37. Morgan State University Smoke FreeProgramPatience Ekeocha, MSN, CRNP (MorganState University)38. A Diversity Programming Model as aMeans to Promote Student Health andWelfareLasonja Kennedy, MA, CHES, and KajalBuckoreelall (University of Alabama atBirmingham)39. The MindBody Connection: ACollaboration of Counseling Servicesand Student HealthWilliam Smith, MS, and Marita Barkis, PhD,MS, MA (University of Missouri-Kansas City)40. Campus Hand Washing Campaign &ResearchKatie Dunker, MS, and Kelly Fenson-Hood(University of Denver)41. Nutrition Concerns of College StudentsAmy Magnuson, MS, RD, LD/N, and HeatherFisher, MS, RD (Florida State University)42. Weight, Exercise, Nutrition, andPerceptions of Health in Male andFemale Students at Colorado StateUniversityCatherine Elliot, MA, PhD, ChristinaBuchanan, Catherine Kennedy, DebraMorris, and Aubrey Hajek (Colorado StateUniversity)43. A Survey of Sexual Behaviors andPerceptions in Male and Female CollegeStudentsCatherine Elliot, MA, PhD, ChristinaBuchanan, Cathy Kennedy, Debra Morris,and Aubrey Hajek (Colorado StateUniversity)44. Perception Versus Actual Alcoholic DrinkIntake for ACHA-NCHA Reference Group,Colorado State University Students, andMale and Female Colorado StateUniversity Student AthletesCatherine Elliot, MA, PhD, Cathy Kennedy,and Debra Morris (Colorado StateUniversity)45. A Comparative Analysis of Stressand Its Effects on Student AcademicPerformance Between the ACHA-NCHAReference Group, Colorado StateUniversity, and Colorado StateUniversity Student AthletesCatherine Elliot, MA, PhD, Cathy Kennedy,Debra Morris, and Aubrey Hajek (ColoradoState University)46. Eating Green: The Key to HealthyWeight?Michelle Gallant, MS, RD (SyracuseUniversity)


Partners Under the PalmsPOSTER SESSIONS47. Infusing Technology: Teaching CollegeStudents Personal Health Habits Via aWeb-based CourseRetta Evans, PhD, Laura Talbott, PhD, CHES,Marcia O’Neal, Brian Geiger, and Vikki Hull(University of Alabama at Birmingham)48. Implementation of OktSOBERfest:Student Service Learning ThroughAlcohol Prevention Strategies on anUrban CampusLaura Talbott, PhD, CHES, Kim Rutley, RN,Vikki Hull, Sonya Hardy, Keeshna Ivory,and Terri Roberson, MS (University ofAlabama at Birmingham)49. Effects of Exercise and a Brief EducationIntervention on Social Physique Anxietyin College StudentsDan Czech, PhD, Lisa Scott, MS, and BarryJoyner, PhD (Georgia Southern University)50. A Longitudinal Assessment of SubstanceUse and Abuse Among PharmacyStudents at The University ofMississippiMarvin Wilson, PhD, and John Juergens,RPh, PhD (University of Mississippi Schoolof Pharmacy)51. Enhancing International Students’Access to Appropriate Medical CareGayle Nelson, MS, RNC (University of Iowa)52. Examining the Abuse Potential of ADHDTreatments Using Data from DAWN(Drug Abuse Warning Network)Harriette Starr, MD (Ortho-McNeil, JanssenScientific Affairs, LLC); John Coleman, MA,MS, PhD (George Mason UniversityEnterprise Center)53. Addressing the Needs of CollegeStudents in Recovery and Those whoChoose to AbstainMarie Cascarano, MA, CHES, and TanyaPurdy (Montclair State University)54. Washington State University CampusCampaign Against Sexual AssaultPaula Adams, MA, and Stacy Hust, PhD(Washington State University)55. Partners Across Campus: Using BriefInterventions to Reduce High-RiskDrinkingRonnie Brown, MS, NCC, CAC-AD, and ScottLawler, MSEd (University of Maryland,College Park)56. Peer-to-Peer Smoking Cessation Programfor College StudentsAlan Farkas, MS (Purdue University)57. The University of Maryland Men’s Anti-Violence Project: Terp Men Making aDifferenceMollie Monahan-Kreishman, MEd(University of Maryland, College Park)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program21


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGPOSTER SESSIONS58. Students at Risk: Anticipating the Needsof Incoming Students who have ChronicHealth ConditionsMichelle Mascaro, JD, and Jacque DenUyl,MSA (Children’s Memorial Hospital)59. Collegiate High-risk Drinking as aSerious Leisure HobbyS. Maggie Maloney, PhD, OTR/L (ClevelandState University)60. Using Data from a Substance UseIntervention Program Evaluation toImplement Change in a CollegeEnvironmentLisa Laitman, MSEd, LCADC (RutgersUniversity)61. College Media for Health: GainingReliance and Reach Among aTransitional Generation for EffectiveHealth CampaignsFiona Chew, PhD, and Rebecca Langford(Syracuse University)62. Bobby’s TRUE Seminole Tailgate: AnEvent-Specific Alcohol-Free Program forCollege Students at Home FootballGamesChristine Franzetti and Joan Carlson, MSW(Florida State University)63. Promoting a Healthier Campus with aCollaborative ApproachCathy Penn, MA, Brenda Steinke, MS, andMichelle Snitselaar (Mount Mercy College)64. Faculty/Staff Professional DevelopmentInitiative: On-line Gatekeeper TrainingKevin Readdean, MSEd, Leslie Lawrence,MD, and Heidi Spruce (RensselaerPolytechnic Institute)65. Millersville University Survey of StudentHealth: A Longitudinal Examination ofthe Changing Health Status of CollegeStudentsJenny Monn, MSN, CRNP, and KimberlyMahaffy, PhD, MS, MA (MillersvilleUniversity)66. Sexuality Education for Young Adults:A New CurriculumLaura Anne Stuart, MPH (University ofWisconsin-Milwaukee)67. Re-Applying the Social Norms Theory:Reducing Bullying and Substance UsePamela Negro, MSW, LCADC, CPS, SAC,Nancy Pontes, DNSc, FNP-BC, APN-C, andAllison Pearce (Rowan University)2268. SENORITAS: A Peer Education Programto Reduce HIV/STDs in Latina CollegeStudentsSande Gracia Jones, PhD, ARNP, CarolPatsdaughter, PhD, RN, Margaret Hamilton,DNS, RN, Mary Louise Jorda, MPH, RN,Marilyn Pestano-Harte, MSN, ARNP, andRobert Malow, PhD (Florida InternationalUniversity)STUDENT POSTER SESSIONSThe student poster session providesstudents with a chance to present workthat they have been involved with overthe last year. All submitted posters willbe displayed at the Exhibit Hall inPalms Ballroom.Poster Session HoursThursday, June 57:00 AM — 11:00 AM12:30 PM — 4:00 PMFriday, June 67:00 AM — 11:00 AMSC1. College Students’ Motivation to Takea Tai Chi or Chi Gong ClassChunyun Wang, MS, and KeemaWalden, MS, PhD (Indiana University)SC2. Binge DrinkingAparna Ramaseshan, Anna Sick, JoannaChin, Aaron Frank, Joshua Roth, RobertToll, Bianca Gonzales, RachelNiedermayer, and Mark Johnson, PhD(University of Maryland, College Park)SC3. The New Trend in Tobacco:Waterpipe Smoking Among CollegeStudentsDevon Noonan, MS, and Pamela Kulbok,DNSc (University of Virginia)SC4. Depressive Symptoms in CollegeStudentsJulie Brandy (Loyola UniversityChicago)SC5. The Mirror ProjectCaitlin Chauvette and Melissa Gallico(Montclair State University)SC6. University Employees Perceptions ofWork Related Stress: AssociationWith Diet And Exercise Patterns onCampusJagdish Khubchandani (University ofToledo)SC7. HPV Vaccine Acceptance in FemalesAttending a School-Based HealthServiceStephanie Peterman and Anna Griffith(University of Michigan)SC8. Characterizing Impaired DrivingAmong Patrons of a College BarDistrictGregory Feldman (University of Florida)SC9. A Field Methodology for EvaluatingCompliance with Outdoor SmokingPoliciesSara Gullet (University of Florida)SC10. Does Gator Stompin’® Promote HighLevels of Intoxication Among itsParticipants?Lindsay Hovermale, MS, and LauraHaderxhanaj, MS (University of Florida)SC11. A Case Study: Student —Administration Collaboration atUniversity of California-Los AngelesJennifer Lorch and Hillary Howard, MPH(University of California, Los Angeles)SC12. University Center Rochester HealthPromotion Needs AssessmentJessica Brickner, Katie Speckan, andLaura Congdon (Winona StateUniversity)SC13. A Review of Alcohol Use and High-Risk Sexual Behavior amongCollegiate Women using AlcoholMyopia TheoryJessica Simmons, MA (The University ofAlabama)SC14. Beyond Intoxication: OtherAnticipated Outcomes ofFrequenting Bars and Nightclubs inCampus CommunitiesJennifer Reingle and Dennis Thombs,PhD (University of Florida)SC15. Violence vs. Healthy RelationshipsAlejandra Roma (Nyack College)SC16. Live Healthy in BalanceDaniel Yanez (Nyack College)


Partners Under the PalmsAFFILIATE MEETINGS2008 2009FUTURE COLLEGE HEALTH MEETINGSMid-America College Health AssociationDate: October 27-29, 2008Location: Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MIContact: Gladys Wierenga, gladvac1@yahoo.comMid-Atlantic College Health AssociationDate: November 2-3, 2008Location: Baltimore, MDContact: Sacared Bodison, (301) 314-8117 orbodison@health.umd.eduNew England College Health AssociationDate: October 29-31, 2008Location: Mystic, CTContact: Julie Basol, (802) 425-3936 or jnb@gmavt.netNew York State College Health AssociationDate: October 22-24, 2008Location: Syracuse, NYContact: Linda Dudman, (585) 273-5770 orldudman@uhs.rochester.eduWebsite: www.nyscha.orgNorth Central College Health AssociationDate: October 15-17, 2008Location: La Crosse, WIContact: Brian Allen, allen.bria@uwlax.eduWebsite: www.uwlax.edu/conted/ncchaPacific Coast College Health AssociationDate: October 22-24, 2008Location: Salt Lake City, UTContact: Kerry Hill, kerry.hill@studenthealth.utah.eduWebsite: www.pccha.utah.eduRocky Mountain College Health AssociationDate: September 19-20, 2008Location: University of Colorado at BoulderContact: Robin Kolble, robin.kolble@colorado.eduSouthwest College Health AssociationDate: October 5-7, 2008Location: Austin, TXContact: Leah Arnett, (512) 475-8349 orl.arnett@uhs.utexas.eduCentral College Health AssociationDate: March 11-13, 2009Location: Creighton University, Omaha, NEContact: Debra Saure, (402) 280-2735 orsaure@creighton.eduOhio College Health AssociationDate: Spring 2009Location: TBDContact: Lois Wells, liw@case.edu, or Marsha Tilden,matilden@owu.eduSouthern College Health AssociationDate: March 5-7, 2009Location: Nashville, TNContact: Jennifer Swails, jennifer.swails@vanderbilt.edu,or Rick Chapman, rchapman@mtsv.eduFor more information about theaffiliates, attend your affiliate meetingon Thursday at noon, or visit the“About ACHA/Affiliates” area of theACHA website.ACHA ANNUAL MEETINGS2009: San FranciscoMay 26-30, 2009San Francisco Marriott Downtown2010: PhiladelphiaJune 1-5, 2010Philadelphia Marriott Downtown2011: PhoenixMay 31-June 4, 2011JW Marriott Desert Ridge2012: ChicagoMay 29-June 2Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers2013: BostonMay 28-June 1Boston Marriott Copley PlaceDonationswelcomeon site!ACHA Annual MeetingCommunity Service ProjectThe Students/Consumers Section hasidentified a great partner for thisyear’s Community Service Project: theOrlando-based Arnold Palmer Hospitalfor Children. Help us bring a smile tothe children’s faces by donating: coloringbooks, activity books (sudoku, wordsearch, crossword puzzles, mazes, etc.),crayons or colored pencils (in smallpacks), stickers, and reading books fortoddlers.About the Arnold Palmer Hospital forChildrenAt Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children,everything is designed with kids inmind. The interactive play areas. TheChildren’s Bill of Rights. Even the imaginativeatrium with a castle and giantbeanstalk. And it’s through the minds ofchildren that a true feeling of comfort,safety, and healing comes to life.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program25


Partners Under the PalmsThis annual meeting provides numerous opportunities for physicians,physician assistants, nurses, health educators, psychologists,counselors, and pharmacists to earn continuing education credits.• The American College Health Associationis accredited by the Accreditation Councilfor Continuing Medical Education toprovide continuing medical educationfor physicians. The American CollegeHealth Association designates thiseducational activity for a maximum of26.5 category 1 credits toward theAMA Physician’s Recognition Award.Each physician should claim only thosecredits that he/she actually spent inthe activity.• This program for 28.5 contacthours is provided byACHA, which is accreditedas a provider of continuing nursingeducation by the American NursesCredentialing Center’s Commission onAccreditation.• ACHA has been designated as aprovider (#MD0011, Event #01023)of continuing health education bythe National Commission for HealthEducation Credentialing Inc. This programhas been awarded 28.5 category 1continuing education contact hours.• ACHA is approved by the AmericanPsychological Association to sponsorcontinuing education for psychologists.ACHA maintains responsibility for thisprogram and its content. This programhas been awarded 26.5 hours of continuingeducation for psychologists.• The University of TexasCollege of Pharmacy isaccredited by theAccreditation Council forPharmacy Education as a provider ofcontinuing pharmaceutical education.Pharmacists may receive a maximumof 1.9 CEUs (19 contact hours) forsuccessful completion of the program.Successful completion of the programincludes attending the accreditedsession(s) and completing a Record ofAttendance/Evaluation Form. Continuingeducation statements will be mailed byThe University of Texas directly to participantswithin 6-8 weeks following theprogram.• Selected sessions in this program havebeen approved by the National Boardfor Certified Counselors. National certifiedcounselors may receive a maximumof 26.5 credits.• This activity has been reviewed and isacceptable for up to 26.25 credits by theAmerican Academy of Family Physicians.This includes 25.25 Prescribed and 4.0Elective credits. Since some sessions runconcurrently, no more than 26.5 creditsmay be reported.ACHA guards against discrimination in selecting faculty or participants for continuingeducation activities, and makes every effort to maintain awareness of individualdifferences with respect to the following, listed in alphabetical order: age; gender identity,including transgender; marital status; psychological/physical/learning disability; race/ethnicity; religious, spiritual, or cultural identity; sex; sexual orientation; socioeconomicstatus; veteran status. Faculty are chosen for their expertise to meet specific needs oftrainees and their availability. Faculty and participants are not asked to identify anysensitive information and no selection is made on the basis of the individual differenceslisted above.CONTINUING EDUCATIONCONTINUINGEDUCATION KEYCME identifies the CE credit hoursavailable for physicians andphysician assistants.AAFP-P/ identifies the Prescribed/ElectiveAAFP-E credit hours available to membersof the American Academy ofFamily Physicians.CH identifies the CE contact hoursavailable to nurses.CECH identifies the CE contact hoursavailable to certified healtheducation specialists.PsyCE identifies the CE credit hoursavailable to psychologists.NBCC identifies the CE credit hoursavailable to national certifiedcounselors.PhCE identifies the CE contact hoursavailable to pharmacists.FACULTY DISCLOSUREDECLARATIONIt is the policy of ACHA to insure balance,independence, objectivity, and scientificrigor in all its individually sponsored orjoint-sponsored educational programs.All faculty participating in any ACHAsponsoredprograms are expected todisclose to the program audience:1) Any relationship betweenspeakers and commercial entities2) Discussion of off-label uses ofmedications and/or devices3) Any limitations in data citedwww.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program27


Partners Under the PalmsTuesday Special Events and Information7:00 AM - 6:00 PMRegistrationRoom: Crystal Foyer8:00 AM - 3:30 PMLeadership Day 2008: Partnering Under the PalmsMorning session sponsored by American College Health FoundationUnitedHealthcare StudentResources Fund. Luncheon featuring Dr. Humorsponsored by Medicat.Participation is by invitation only. See Featured Events on page 14and TU253, TU245, and TU246 on page 26 for more information.2:30 PM - 7:30 PMCharity Golf Invitational: ACHF’s Campaign 2011See Information Sessions & Other Events on page 16 for moreinformation.4:30 PM - 6:00 PMGolf AcademySee Information Sessions & Other Events on page 16 for moreinformation.Tuesday Meetings5:30 PM - 7:00 PMBS256. Allies for LGBT Health CoalitionRoom: Crystal ABS261. Southwest College Health Association ExecutiveCommitteeRoom: Crystal BBS262. National Health Objectives for 2010/2020 CoalitionRoom: Crystal CBS264. ACHA/NCHA Advisory CommitteeRoom: Crystal DBS269. Benchmarking Advisory CommitteeRoom: Crystal EBS272. Pharmacy Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal FBS274. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs CoalitionRoom: Crystal KBS275. New York State College Health Association ExecutiveCommitteeRoom: Crystal LBS278. Clinical Medicine Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal MBS283. Mid-America College Health Association ExecutiveCommitteeRoom: Crystal NBS297. Nurse-Directed Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal PBS299. JACH Executive EditorsRoom: Crystal QSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTuesday, June 3, 20087:30 PM - 9:00 PMBS255. HIPAA/HIM CoalitionRoom: Crystal ABS259. Pandemic Planning Task ForceRoom: Crystal BBS271. Nursing Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal CBS276. Continuing Nursing Education SubcommitteeRoom: Crystal DBS282. Bylaws CommitteeRoom: Crystal EBS287. Continuing Education for Certified Health EducationSpecialists SubcommitteeRoom: Crystal KBS292. Mental Health Section Executive Committee (current)Room: Crystal LBS293. Campus Violence CoalitionRoom: Crystal MBS294. Mid-Atlantic College Health Association ExecutiveCommitteeRoom: Crystal NBS301. North Central College Health Association ExecutiveCommitteeRoom: Crystal PBS302. Leadership Development Task ForceRoom: Crystal Q8:00 PM - 9:30 PMBS270. Pacific Coast College Health Association ExecutiveCommitteeRoom: Crystal FBlue Man Group at Universal Orlandowww.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program29


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTS8:00 AM - 12:00 PM1 TU253. Leadership Day 2008:Partnering Under the PalmsRoom: Crystal J1Sponsored by the American CollegeHealth Foundation UnitedHealthcareStudentResources FundCME:4.0 AAFP-P:3.75 CH:4.0 CECH:4.0 PsyCE:4.0 NBCC:4.0PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the use of the Drexler/SibbettPerformance Model in successfulpartnering.2. Describe the “stages” of teamperformance and behavior indicatorsfor successful partnering.3. Explain the value of diversity withinteams for successful partnering.4. Compare partnership opportunities andapproaches to organizational specificroles.Presenter(s): Alice Cahill, MS, MPH, MSN, MATUESDAY Leadership Sessions 8:00 AM - 3:30 PMParticipation in Leadership Day 2008 is by invitation only. See Featured Events on page 14 for more information.12:15 PM - 1:15 PM2 TU245. The Healing Power of HumorRoom: Crystal J2Lunch sponsored by Medicat, LLCCME:1.0 AAFP-E:1.0 CH:1.0 CECH:1.0 PsyCE:1.0 NBCC:1.0PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the effect that humor andlaughter have on stress.2. Describe the immunological benefits oflaughter.3. Describe the Laughter Club Movementand the Principles of “Good-HeartedLiving.”Presenter(s): Stuart Robertshaw, MS, PhD, JD(National Association for the Humor Impaired)1:30 PM - 3:30 PM3 TU246. Increasing the Joy, Laughterand Fun at Work: Developing a Plan ofActionRoom: Crystal J1CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:2.0 CECH:2.0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the benefits of an organizationthat stresses positive humor andlaughter.2. List three activities that an organizationcan implement to increase the joy,laugher and fun at work.Presenter(s): Stuart Robertshaw, MS, PhD, JD(National Association for the Humor Impaired)NOTE: Participants in Leadership Day who choose to take part in the Charity GolfInvitational will attend the first two segments of Leadership Day, but not the third.CE credit will be awarded accordingly.30


Partners Under the PalmsWednesday Special Events and Information7:00 AM - 6:00 PMRegistrationRoom: Crystal Foyer7:30 AM - 8:45 AMNewcomers’ Orientation to ACHARoom: Crystal G2Learn about ACHA’s programs and services and how to get themost from your annual meeting. You’ll also meet ACHA’s officersand other colleagues. Section chairs will be available to introduceactivities within your specialty.8:00 AM - 9:30 AMJACH Consulting Editors’ BreakfastRoom: Los Angeles9:00 AM - 9:45 AMPresiders’/Facilitators’ OrientationRoom: Crystal G1All presiders and facilitators are strongly encouraged to attendthis orientation meeting. Details regarding your responsibilities —including resources for technical assitance — will be discussed.9:00 AM - 10:00 AMHealth Promotion New Member Welcome SessionRoom: Crystal J2Health Promotion Section members who are attending their firstconference or those who are newer members of the section areinvited to this bring-your-own-breakfast gathering following theACHA Newcomer’s Orientation to get oriented to the HP section,learn about opportunities to get involved, and meet with other HPsection members. (Please bring your breakfast!)10:00 AM - 11:45 AMOpening General Session/Keynote AddressRoom: Sabal & SagoSponsored by UnitedHealthcare StudentResources. Additional funding providedby the American College Health Foundation Endowment Fund and the SouthwestCollege Health Association. The dance performance by RUKUS is sponsored by all11 ACHA affiliates.Join your colleagues to hear Keynote Speaker Richard Carmona,MD, MPH, FACS, 17th Surgeon General of the United States,2002-2006, give his address, The Obesity Epidemic: Challengesand Opportunities in Creating a Healthier Nation. See FeaturedEvents on page 14 and WE229 on page 32 for more details.12:00 PM - 1:00 PMInterest Session: Preliminary Planning Session for a NationalNetwork of College Health Clinical DataRoom: Crystal J1Join Jim Turner, MD (University of Virginia) to explore the possibilityof a future initiative to develop a national college health database.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08SCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSWednesday, June 4, 200812:00 PM - 1:15 PMStudent OrientationRoom: Crystal G2All students are encouraged to attend this orientation customized tomeet the unique needs of students.6:30 PM - 8:00 PMDiversity ReceptionRoom: SagoSponsored by Aetna Student HealthCome network and socialize with yourcolleagues at this reception co-hosted by theAllies for LGBT Health Coalition and the Ethnic Diversity Coalition.See Featured Events on page 14 for more details.7:30 PM - 9:00 PMEthics Committee Video and Discussion: State of DenialRoom: Crystal P & QJoin members of the ACHA Ethics Committee to view the video“State of Denial.” The Ethics Committee will meet after the video.Wednesday Meetings8:00 AM - 9:30 AMBS300. JACH Consulting Editors’ BreakfastRoom: Los Angeles12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (All members welcome)BS086. Administration SectionRoom: Crystal A & BBS087. Advanced Practice Clinicians SectionRoom: Crystal C & DBS088. Clinical Medicine SectionRoom: Crystal E & FBS089. Health Promotion SectionRoom: Crystal K & LBS090. Mental Health SectionRoom: MiamiBS091. Nursing SectionRoom: Crystal M & NBS092. Nurse-Directed SectionRoom: Crystal P & QBS093. Pharmacy SectionRoom: Los Angeles1:45 PM - 3:15 PMBD291. ACHA Leadership Meeting with Board of DirectorsRoom: New York & New Orleans5:30 PM - 7:00 PMBS254. Student Health Insurance Task ForceRoom: New OrleansFeaturingEarvin “Magic”Johnson!Final Program31


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSWEDNESDAY General SessionsWednesday Meetings (cont.)5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (cont.)BS257. Continuing Medical Education SubcommitteeRoom: MiamiBS258. Vaccine Preventable Diseases Advisory CommitteeRoom: Los AngelesBS260. Ethnic Diversity CoalitionRoom: Crystal A & BBS263. Sexual Health Education and Clinical Care CoalitionRoom: Crystal C & DBS265. Awards Advisory CommitteeRoom: Crystal E & FBS266. Advocacy CoalitionRoom: Crystal G1BS267. TB Guidelines Task ForceRoom: Crystal G2BS268. Spirituality, Religion, and Student Health CoalitionRoom: Crystal J1BS273. Advanced Practice Clinicians Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal J2BS277. Health Promotion Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal K & LBS279. Rocky Mountain College Health Association Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal M & NBS295. Continuing Psychology Education SubcommitteeRoom: Crystal P & Q7:30 PM - 9:00 PMBS280. Membership Development Task ForceRoom: Crystal A & BBS285. Mental Health Section Executive Committee (new)Room: Crystal C & DBS286. Administration Section Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal E & FBS288. Ohio College Health Association Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal K & LBS298. Southern College Health Association Executive CommitteeRoom: Crystal M & N32Downtown Disney8:00 AM - 9:30 AM4 WE001. Continuing EducationWorkshop for Affiliate and InstitutionalProgram PlannersRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify four principles of adult learningtheory.2. Identify three steps to assess yourcurrent CE activities, vis a vis, how theytake adult learning principles intoconsideration.3. List steps to coordinating the planningand implementation of a college healthprofessional development program.Presenter(s): Eleanor Davidson, MD (CaseWestern Reserve University); KathleenMacLachlan, MS, APRN-BC (SyracuseUniversity); Mike Malmon-Berg, PhD (Collegeof Wooster); Kathy Saichuk, MA, CHES(Louisiana State University)Facilitator: Cynthia Perez (American CollegeHealth Association)10:00 AM - 11:45 AM5 WE229. Opening General Session:The Obesity Epidemic: Challenges andOpportunities in Creating a Healthier NationRoom: Sabal & SagoSponsored by UnitedHealthcareStudentResources. Additional funding providedby the American College Health FoundationEndowment Fund and the Southwest CollegeHealth Association.CME:1.0 AAFP-P:1.0 CH:1.0 CECH:1.0 PsyCE:1.0 NBCC:1.0PhCE:1.0 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-006-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the health and economicburden of obesity in the United Statesand abroad.2. Define the correlation between overweightand obesity and the rise inchronic diseases.3. Identify how low health literacy andhealth disparities have impacted theobesity epidemic.4. Describe innovative and collaborativeapproaches to promote wellness andprevent overweight and obesity-relatedillnesses.Presenter(s): Richard Carmona, MD, MPH, FACS(Canyon Ranch)


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSWEDNESDAY General Sessions1:45 PM - 5:15 PM6 WE176. Nurse Director’s Workshop:What Are You Working With?Room: SagoCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:3.0 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the development of policies andprocedures for a student health center.2. Discuss common issues/problemsconcerning the operation of a studenthealth center.Presenter(s): Deloise Williams, RN, ADN (LincolnUniversity); Nancy Anderson, RNC (College ofWooster); Ollie Harper, RNC, WHCNP (JacksonState University)Presider: Deloise Williams, RN (LincolnUniversity)1:45 PM - 3:15 PM7 WE008. Adult Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder: Update 2008Room: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-007-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Identify adult manifestations of ADHD.2. Explain the evaluation process.3. List treatment options for adult ADHD.Presenter(s): John Vanin, MD, and JamesHelsley, MD (West Virginia University)Presider: Melanie Lunn, PharmD (South DakotaState University)Facilitator: Karen Hagemeyer, BSPharm(Bowling Green State University)8 WE036. Sexually TransmittedDisease Testing, Treatment and PreventionCounseling: A Collaborative ProgramBetween a Large, Urban University anda County Health DepartmentRoom: Crystal G1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe a collaborative STD programin a college health center.Schedule subject to change without notice.2. Describe the prevalence of STDs amongcollege students in the United States.3. Identify components and benefits ofeducational sessions.Presenter(s): Susan Mancuso, BSN, MSN, FNP,and Jane Fischer, MA (University at Buffalo);Heather Lindstrom, PhD (Erie CountyDepartment of Health)Presider: Debra Harp, RN, MBA (WashingtonUniversity)Facilitator: John Fritsh, MS (Virginia TechUniversity)9 WE037. Pandemic Planning UpdateRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe current developments andplanning recommendations relative tothe pandemic threat and H5N1.2. Describe the findings of the ACHA surveyon the status of pandemic planning oncampuses that respond to the survey.Presenter(s): Anita Barkin, DrPH, CRNP(Carnegie Mellon University)Presider: Esther Tanzman, MD (University ofRochester)Facilitator: Lynne Price, RNC, MS (University ofIllinois-Springfield)10 WE038. When Apathy Kills:Meningitis on CampusRoom: Los AngelesCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the factors involved inmeningitis as a public health risk.2. Discuss methods for increasing themeningitis immunization rate amongcollege students.3. Describe how to increase awareness andprevention on your campus.Presenter(s): Kelly Madison, MA, and AdamBusuttil (Meningitis Foundation of America)Presider: Tobie Caron, PA-C (Suffolk University)Facilitator: Laura Hurst, MSN, CRNP (St. JosephUniversity)11 WE039. Health Education MeetsPrime TimeRoom: Crystal A & BCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the elements involved in theestablishment of a media productioncompany.2. Describe the components of healtheducation video production.3. Discuss methods for attracting students’energy and creativity to the productionof health education.Presenter(s): Kimberly Rice, MSW, RobertPalinkas, MD, and Ismail Mitchell (University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign)Presider: Jessica Simmons, MA (University ofAlabama)12 WE104. Preventing Suicide AmongCollege Students: Using the Public HealthModel to Reduce RiskRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the need for addressing suicideprevention on college campuses.2. List at least three components of acampus suicide prevention initiative.3. Identify at least two challenges andpotential solutions to effectivelyaddressing campus suicide prevention.Presenter(s): Lena Edmunds, MPH, CHES,Shannon Cooney, and David Cozzens, PhD(University of Wyoming); Karen Moses, MS, RD,CHES, and Joana Pabedinskas, PhD (ArizonaState University)Presider: Alan Barnes, MD (University ofFlorida)Facilitator: Robert Portnoy, PhD (University ofNebraska-Lincoln)Meditation ClassWednesday, June 4, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PMRoom: New YorkImprove your mood and physical well-beingthrough the use of relaxation and mentalfocus. Meditation is a form of relaxation thatyou create when you allow your mind tobecome calmer and more focused.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program33


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSWEDNESDAY General Sessions1:45 PM - 3:15 PM (cont.)13 WE132. Concrete Initiatives inCollaborative Care: Integrated EffortsBetween Health Promotion, Counselingand Primary CareRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the value of adopting anintegrated approach to service deliveryon campus.2. Discuss the benefits and potentialchallenges that arise when differenthealth service professionals operatefrom different cultural frameworks.3. Describe successful components ofspecific initiatives that foster the largergoal of integrated care.Presenter(s): Janet Corson-Rikert, MD, SharonDittman, MDiv, CHES, Gregory Eells, PhD, andNianne VanFleet, RN, MS, BC (CornellUniversity)Presider: Marcy Ferdschneider, DO (ColumbiaUniversity)Facilitator: Beverly Cuthbertson, RN-C, FNP(Appalachian State University)14 WE161. Self-Insuring a MandatoryStudent Medical Insurance PlanRoom: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss what is self-insurance and whyand when institutions should consider it.2. Identify the issues and considerations toestablishing a self-insured plan.3. Discuss the advantages and challengesof administering a self-insured plan.Presenter(s): Jake Baggott, MLS (SouthernIllinois University at Carbondale)Presider: Dwayne Sackman, MPA (Illinois StateUniversity)Facilitator: Jennifer Swails-Wenger, MS, MBA(Vanderbilt University)15 WE214. Commitment to Diversity:17 WE241. Multidisciplinary TreatmentMoving from Welcoming and Appreciationto Integration and ActualizationRoom: Crystal P & QCME:1.5 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0of Obesity: Lessons from DukeRoom: Crystal C & DSponsored in part by the American CollegeHealth Foundation Josh Kaplan Fund forClinical Medicine and Professional Nursing FundThe attendee should be able to:CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:01. Define the difference in welcoming,appreciation, and commitment to The attendee should be able to:diversity.1. Describe essential elements of an effectivecognitive behavioral approach to2. List actions necessary for a commitmentto diversity in comparison to welcoming sustainable weight loss and healthyand appreciation of diversity.lifestyle change.3. Identify the structure and processes necessaryfor a commitment to diversity. mental to achieving healthy and lasting2. Describe nutritional principles funda-Presenter(s): Oscar Battle, Jr., DPA, MA, MPH weight loss.(San Jose State University)3. Describe principles of physical activityPresider: Gwendolyn Evans, RN-BC, MSfundamental to achieving weight loss(Brookdale Community College)and improved health and function.Presenter(s): Howard Eisenson, MD; Peter16 WE237. Brief Alcohol Screening Perlman, MSW; Elisabetta Politi, MPH andand Intervention for College Students Michelle Mosberger, MS (Duke University)(BASICS) for Various High-risk StudentPresider: Glenn Egelman, MD, FACP (BowlingPopulations: Recruitment, ImplementationGreen State University)and Evaluation StrategiesFacilitator: Theresa Stephan Hains, MD (BuffaloRoom: Crystal K & LState College)CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:03:45 PM - 5:15 PMThe attendee should be able to:181. Describe the implementation of BASICSWE013. Role of College Health inwithin college health centers.Preconception Care2. Discuss positive outcomes for BASICS Room: Miamiparticipants.3. Describe how an individual-based interventioncan serve as leverage for extensiverevisions in policy and/or practiceon college campuses.4. Explain how a multi-strategy approachcan be most effective through bothenvironmental and individual levelinterventions.Presenter(s): Lynn Reyes, MSW, Peggy Glider,PhD, and Linda Lundergan, MD, MPH(University of Arizona); Gloria DeFulvio, PhD,Sally Linowski, PhD, and Diane Fedorchak, MEd(University of Massachusetts-Amherst)Presider: Laura Talbott, PhD, CHES (Universityof Alabama at Birmingham)Facilitator: Katie Dunker, MS (University ofCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the characteristics of collegestudents that make them a high priorityfor preconception care initiatives.2. Define the role of college health servicesin preconception care.3. List the ways college health servicescould collaborate with local publichealth agencies in the efforts to improvecommunity-wide pregnancy outcomes.Presenter(s): Edward Ehlinger, MD (Universityof Minnesota-Minneapolis)Presider: Doreen Perez, MS, RN-BC (Universityof North Florida)Facilitator: Christine Connolly, PhD (MinnesotaState University-Mankato)Denver)34


Partners Under the Palms3:45 PM - 5:15 PM (cont.)19 WE017. Utilizing a PsychiatricPharmacy Specialist in a College HealthSettingRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-008-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Describe a set of student health servicedynamics that permit the participationof a psychiatric pharmacy practitioner.2. Describe the types of patients thatmay be referred for consultation by apsychiatric pharmacy specialist.3. Explain types of clinical services that apsychiatric pharmacy specialist can providein the mental health services setting.Presenter(s): Charles Caley, PharmD, BCPP, andMichael Kurland, MSPH (University ofConnecticut)Presider: Deborah Hubbell, BSPharm, RPh(University of Connecticut)Facilitator: Kimberly Spading, BSPharm(University of Iowa)20 WE049. HIPAA from Step 1Room: Crystal G1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Explain with concrete examples howto determine if your school is a HIPAAcovered entity.2. Discuss the basics of HIPAA Security andinformation technology.3. Describe the basics of HIPAA and FERPA.Presenter(s): Joan Kiel, PhD, CHPS (DuquesneUniversity); Melody Gibson, RHIA (University ofNorth Carolina-Chapel Hill); David Assee, BBA,MSCE (Florida International University); LauraKnoblauch, MBA, RHIA (Illinois State University)Presider: Melody Gibson, RHIA (University ofNorth Carolina-Chapel Hill)Facilitator: Vicki Mossman, MHP (University ofNorthern Colorado)Visit the ACHA Store in the registrationarea to purchase denim shirts now offeredin different styles!SCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSWEDNESDAY General Sessions21 WE060. Health Through the Years — 23 WE085. Spiritual Issues in theA Comprehensive Look at College Women’sHealth at the University of San DiegoRoom: Crystal P & QCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe health behaviors among acohort of college women.2. Discuss trends or changes in behaviorfrom freshman/sophomore years to thejunior/senior years among the cohort.3. Describe changes in rates of, and treatmentfor, depression in female USD studentsfrom their freshman and sophomoreyears as compared to their juniorand senior years.Presenter(s): Brittany Estrada and MelissaHalter, PhD (University of San Diego)Presider: Karen Yerkes, MA, ARNP (Universityof Florida)Context of LGBT HealthRoom: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-E:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify dimensions of health in thecontext of the Ecologic Theory.2. Differentiate among concepts that areprimarily religious versus those that arespiritual in nature.3. Describe ways in which the life experienceof an LGBT individual might besimilar and/or unique in terms of overallhealth status, with a focus on thespiritual dimension.4. Discuss professional support or interventionto assist LGBT clients in achievinga healthy balance that includes thespiritual dimension.Presenter(s): Ted Coleman, MHEd, PhD22(California State University-San Bernardino)WE081. Emerging Health PromotionPresider: Jessica Brown, MPH, CHES (StonehillProfessionals: A Guide for Students SeekingCollege)Careers in College Health PromotionFacilitator: Sara Beth Oswalt, MPH, PhDRoom: Crystal M & N(University of Texas at San Antonio)CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:24 WE102. How to Hire the Best Health1. Describe the role of health promotion in Promotion Staffhigher education.2. Identify health promotion theoriescommonly employed in college healthpromotion programs.3. Discuss experiences and opportunitiesto prepare for a career in college healthpromotion.Presenter(s): Susan Hochman, MPH (ColumbiaUniversity)Presider: Jessica Simmons, MA (University ofAlabama)Room: Crystal C & DCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe how to create excellent jobdescriptions for both a health promotiondirector and a staff health educatorposition.2. List three-five examples of essentialinterview questions to ask healthpromotion applicants.3. Identify three-five recruiting venues forattracting a strong candidate pool.Presenter(s): Amy Melichar, MEd, CHES(Marquette University); Alison Beaver, MEd,CHES (University of Virginia); Gina BaralAbrams, MPH, LSW, CHES (PrincetonUniversity)Presider: Michael McNeil, MEd, CHES (ColumbiaUniversity)Facilitator: Katie Dunker, MS (University ofDenver)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program35


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSWEDNESDAY General Sessions3:45 PM - 5:15 PM (cont.)25 WE130. Advocacy Coalition: AnUpdate on the Deficit Reduction ActRoom: Los AngelesCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the impact of the DeficitReduction Act on the price of birthcontrol pills in college health centers.2. Discuss the advocacy processundertaken by ACHA.3. List the advocacy skills needed at thefederal level to impact issues at thelocal level.Presenter(s): Mary Alice Serafini, MA (Universityof Arkansas); Mary Hoban, PhD, CHES(American College Health Association)Presider: Cathie Wallace, RN, MSN (FloridaAtlantic University)26 WE133. Men’s Health: Zebras in theCollege PopulationRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe prostatitis.2. Discuss the management of college-agemales presenting with prostatitis.3. Describe erectile dysfunction.4. Discuss the management of collegeagemales presenting with erectiledysfunction.Presenter(s): Arthur Klossner, PA-C, MS, MA,MBA (Suffolk University)Presider: Deborah Marino, ARNP (FloridaInstitute of Technology)Facilitator: Craig Roberts, PA-C, MS (Universityof Wisconsin-Madison)27 WE191. Updates in College Health:A Review of the LiteratureRoom: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define evidence-based medicine and itsrelevance to college health.2. Describe common research studydesigns.3. List newly published important researchstudies and their relevance to clinicalpractice.Presenter(s): Sarah Van Orman, MD (Universityof Wisconsin-Madison); John Dorman, MD(Stanford University); Samuel Seward, MD(Columbia University)Presider: Phillip Histand, MD (Oregon State)Facilitator: Nancy Merrill, MD (SouthernMethodist University)Visit the ACHAExhibit Hall inthe Palms Ballroom toexplore the latest productsand services for the collegehealth field.Enter to win one of two Apple IPOD Nanos! Check yourregistration tote bag for your Exhibits Visitor Card and followthe instructions to enter. See page 12 for Exhibit Hall hours.28 WE222. Acts of Terror and Mercy:Reflections on the Events of 4/16 atVirginia TechRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the critical challenges andefficacious responses of the Health andWellness Offices at Virginia Tech to theevents of 4/16.2. Identify the complex logistical factorsassociated with recovery.3. Discuss policy matters that create tensionand contradictions between privacyand protection, between the desire toserve the one and the call to care for themany.4. List measures that can reduce significantlythe risk of deadly outbreaks ofviolence on campus.Presenter(s): Richard Ferraro, KanittaCharoensiri, DO, and Christopher Flynn, PhD(Virginia Tech)Presider: Mike Malmon-Berg, PhD (College ofWooster)Facilitator: Judy Davis (The University ofAlabama)29 WE232. Campus Violence: Researchand Empowerment ShowcaseRoom: Crystal A & BCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define relationship violence in thecollege student population.2. Identify strategies for fostering a cultureof consent on campus.3. Identify components of a Sexual AssaultResponse Team.Presenter(s): Terri Kersch, CHES, CPP(Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); MauraBairley, MA (Columbia University); RebeccaHarrington (State University of New York atOneonta); Donna Barry, RN, MSN, APN-C,FN-CSA (Montclair State University)Presider: Terri Kersch, CHES, CPP (RensselaerPolytechnic Institute)Schedule subject to change without notice.36


Partners Under the PalmsThursday Special Events and Information7:00 AM - 3:45 PMRegistrationRoom: Crystal Foyer7:00 AMOpening Breakfast with ExhibitorsRoom: ACHA Exhibit HallSponsored by Aetna Student Health. Music by Coco Loco sponsored by all11 ACHA affiliates.7:00 AM - 8:00 AMFaith-based FellowshipRoom: Los AngelesConnect with fellow attendees from faith-based schools and/orindividuals of faith to discuss resources and special interest groups.10:00 AM - 11:30 AMPresidential Session: History of College Health in the United StatesRoom: Crystal G1William Christmas, MD (Duke University). See Featured Eventson page 15 and TH015 on page 39 for more information.5:30 PM - 6:30 PMOpen Forum and Reports to ACHA’s Board of DirectorsRoom: New York & New Orleans7:00 PM - 9:00 PMAwards/Fellows DinnerRoom: Crystal G1Music by Tommy Calton sponsored by all 11 ACHA affiliates.See Featured Events on page 15 for more information. Tickets arerequired for the dinner. See Meeting Registration Form.8:00 AM - 9:30 AM30 TH005. Hot Topics: ClinicalMedicine 2008Room: SagoCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. List the most current issues affectingstudents.2. Describe the current public health issuesaffecting students.3. Discuss best practice techniques.Presenter(s): Victoria Judd, MD, MBA(University of Utah)Presider: Sarah Van Orman, MD (University ofWisconsin-Madison)Facilitator: Raymond Grundman, MSN(University of Wisconsin-Madison)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08SCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSThursday, June 5, 2008Thursday MeetingsTHURSDAY General Sessions7:00 AM - 8:00 AMBD250. American College Health Foundation Board of DirectorsRoom: Boardroom #2047612:00 PM - 1:15 PM (All members welcome)BS097. Central College Health AssociationRoom: New York & New OrleansBS098. Mid-America College Health AssociationRoom: MiamiBS099. Mid-Atlantic College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal A & BBS100. New England College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal C & DBS101. New York State College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal E & FBS102. North Central College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal G1BS103. Ohio College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal P & QBS104. Rocky Mountain College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal K & LBS105. Southern College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal J2BS106. Southwest College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal M & NBS296. Pacific Coast College Health AssociationRoom: Crystal G231 TH012. AAAHC Accreditation:32 TH061. Have the Sex You Tell YourApplication to DecisionFriends You Have: Condom Advertising inRoom: Crystal A & Bthe 21st CenturyCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:1.5 Room: Crystal M & NPhCE:0CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the characteristics of the survey 1. Describe advertising claims and techniquesprocess.used to promote different brands2. Define the Core and Adjunct Standards. of condoms.3. List the types of surveys and accreditation2. Contrast advertising approachesdecisions.intended for men and for women.Presenter(s): Barbara Ann Harmer, BSN, MHA Presenter(s): Alan Sofalvi, PhD, CHES (State(Accreditation Association for Ambulatory University of New York)Health Care, Inc.)Presider: Devon Noonan, MS (University ofPresider: Cindy Vetter (University of Northern Virginia)Colorado)Facilitator: Deborah Beck, RRT, MPA, EdD(University of South Carolina-Columbia)37Final Program


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (cont.)33 TH072. Breast Health, Cancerousand Non-Cancerous Breast IssuesRoom: New York & New OrleansCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe how to conduct a completebreast health history.2. Describe a comprehensive work-up forbreast pathology.3. Discuss treatment options for breastpathology.Presenter(s): Tobie Caron, PA-C, and ArthurKlossner, PA-C, MS, MA, MBA (Suffolk University)Presider: Karen Yerkes, MA, ARNP (University ofFlorida)34 TH127. Healthy Approaches toWeight Management: ColumbiaUniversity’s Collaborative InitiativeRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the needs of a student healthbased weight management program ina university setting.2. Describe the components of a studenthealth based weight managementprogram and strategies for planning,implementation, and evaluation.3. Discuss the effectiveness of the weightmanagement program and its impact onthe students.Presenter(s): Minnie Taw, MD, MarcyFerdschneider, DO, Ina Tsagarakis, KristinLathrop, and Justin Laird, PhD, MSEd(Columbia University)Presider: Sandra Murray, RN, MSN (Universityof Virginia)Facilitator: Feloniece Davis-Marsaw, RN (TexasSouthern University)35 TH143. A Social EcologicalFramework for Addressing Student StressRoom: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe a social ecological frameworkfor addressing stress on the collegecampus.382. Identify interventions at each level ofthe social ecological framework.3. Describe the state of the literature oncollege student stress.4. Describe research issues related tomeasuring college student stress.Presenter(s): Susan Hochman, MPH (ColumbiaUniversity); William Kernan, EdD, MS, MPA(Columbia University Medical Center)Presider: William Smith, MS (University ofMissouri-Kansas City)Facilitator: Kathryn Haworth, RN (University ofToronto)36 TH148. Applying Toyota “LEAN”Principles to Student Health: A Case StudyRoom: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define Toyota “LEAN” processes asutilized in a student health service.2. Identify “LEAN” processes as a strategyfor change and process assessment.3. Define the role of the student healthservice leadership in the “LEAN”process.Presenter(s): Richard Sipp, MBA, GlennEgelman, MD, FACP, and Barbara Hoffman,MSN, CNP (Bowling Green State University)Presider: Jerry Barker, EdD (North CarolinaState University)Facilitator: Judy Davis (The University ofAlabama)37 TH166. Healthy Campus 2010Midcourse Review and Its ApplicationRoom: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the Healthy Campus 2010Midcourse Review.2. Explain how the Midcourse Reviewdata can be used.3. Explain limitations of the data anddata needs.Presenter(s): Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA, CHES, HFI(California State Polytechnic University-Pomona); Cynthia Burwell, EdD, CHES (NorfolkState University); Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, CHES(Salisbury University); Laurie Dusselier (IowaState University)Presider: Karen Gordon, MPH (The College ofNew Jersey)Facilitator: Sandra Samuels, MD (RutgersUniversity-Newark)38 TH223. Pharmacy Hot Topic:Tobacco CessationRoom: Crystal P & QCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-009-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. List health risks associated with chronictobacco use.2. Identify the five A’s for promotingtobacco cessation among patients.3. Describe the points to include in counselinga tobacco user on the proper useof first-line pharmacologic agents.Presenter(s): Sandra Bentley (University ofMississippi)Presider: Melanie Lunn, PharmD (South DakotaState University)Facilitator: Karen Hagemeyer, BSPharm(Bowling Green State University)39 TH227. Improving the Use of HealthServices Among College Students ThroughOutreach ProjectsRoom: Crystal G2CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Explain the current perception ofhealth services among an urban collegecampus.2. Discuss methods to increase studentawareness.3. Describe a program evaluation.Presenter(s): Stephanie Burke, MHA, and AnneMiller, RN, NP, MS (Fashion Institute ofTechnology)Presider: Nancy Anderson, RN-C (College ofWooster)Facilitator: Beverly Eden, LPN (Our Lady ofHoly Cross College)Presenter HandoutsAsk the speakers at the presentations youattend if they plan to submit their materialsfor ACHA website inclusion. Attendees whoare ACHA members can download thematerials from www.acha.org after July 18.


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (cont.)40 TH234. Partnering to Respondto At-risk Students: Administrators,Clinicians, and CounselRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the major legal implications indealing with the at-risk student.2. Identify the clinical and administrativeroles and personnel that comprise aneffective at-risk committee.Presenter(s): John Miner, MD (Williams College);Daryl Lapp, JD (Edwards Angell Palmer &Dodge LLP)Presider: Robert Portnoy, PhD (University ofNebraska-Lincoln)Facilitator: Mike Malmon-Berg, PhD (College ofWooster)41 TH249. Eat Right, Feel Good,Work GreatRoom: Crystal G1CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify why you may need to makesome life-saving changes.2. Discuss ways to reinvigorate your bodyand improve your health.3. List eight specific steps you canimplement to change your life.4. Describe why diets do not work andhow they are dangerous.Presenter(s): Deanna Latson, MA, CNN (GoodThinking Co.)Presider: Don Post, BS, EMT (University ofCentral Florida)10:00 AM - 11:30 AM42 TH004. Health Hazards Associatedwith ObesityRoom: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the morbidity associated withobesity.2. Explain the effect of obesity on lifestyle.3. List the relationship between obesityand mortality.Presenter(s): Victoria Judd, MD, MBA(University of Utah)Presider: Angeline Price, MSN (Buffalo StateCollege)Facilitator: Susan Thomas, RT (WesternMichigan University)43 TH015. Presidential Session: Historyof College Health in the United StatesRoom: Crystal G1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define the major trends in the evolutionof the field of college health from 1850to the present.2. Describe the historical development ofcollege health from the perspective ofdifferent disciplines, including medicalpractitioners, nurses, mental healthprofessionals, and health educators.3. Describe the highlights of the foundingand development of the AmericanCollege Health Association (ACHA).Presenter(s): William Christmas, MD (DukeUniversity Health Care System); David Kraft,MD, MPH; Spence Turner, MD, MS; Ted Grace,MD, MPH (The Ohio State University); MichaelMcNeil, MS (Columbia University); ConnieCrihfield, MSN, CRNP (Case Western ReserveUniversity)Presider: Lesley Sacher, MHA, FACHE, FACHA(Florida State University)44 TH018. Optimizing PsychotropicMedication Therapy: UnderstandingDrug IntolerabilityRoom: Crystal A & BCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-010-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Explain how pharmacology andpharmacokinetics of drug therapy cancontribute to poor psychotropic drugtolerability.2. Describe drug-drug interactions andtheir predictability.3. Describe four CYP 450 genotypes andtheir clinical implications on poorpsychotropic drug tolerability.Presenter(s): Charles Caley, PharmD, BCPP(University of Connecticut)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Presider: Deborah Hubbell, BSPharm, RPh(University of Connecticut)Facilitator: Ann Roth, BSPharm (University ofNorth Carolina-Wilmington)45 TH023. A Campus Strategy forEnhancing Health Care and ReducingStudent Fees Through ContractedManagementRoom: Crystal M & NCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the principles of outsourcinga university student health center.2. Describe establishing revenue strategybased on third party insurance billingand elimination of student fee funding.3. List stages of outsourcing from RFPthrough transition.Presenter(s): Robert Hetzel, PhD, MBS, MS, BBA,and Cindy Vetter (University of NorthernColorado)Presider: Marilyn Yourdon, RN, ARNP (WichitaState University)46 TH042. ACHA/ANCC Partners inCollege Health Nursing: The RecognitionProcessRoom: Crystal P & QCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the history of the ACHA/ANCCNursing Recognition program.2. Define the standards of college healthnursing practice.3. List the requirements that a collegehealth nurse must meet to be eligible toapply for the ACHA/ANCC recognition.Presenter(s): Doreen Perez, MS, RN-BC(University of North Florida); Carol PerkinsKozel, RN (University of North Carolina-ChapelHill); Dorothy Kozlowski, NP-C, MSN (RutgersUniversity)Presider: Christine Sullivan, RN, MSN (LouisianaState University)Facilitator: Connie Peters, RN (Juniata College)Out of courtesy to speakers and yourfellow attendees, please turn offyour cell phone or pager or place themon vibrate during sessions.Final Program39


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ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (cont.)47 TH123. Prescriptive PracticeRegulations for Physicians and Mid-levelPractitionersRoom: New York & New OrleansCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the persons responsible for drugcontrol in your institution.2. Describe when to properly prescribe acontrolled substance.3. List the DEA prescribing guidelines.Presenter(s): Robert Fairneny, BSBA, CPA(Controlled Substance Security Consultants, Inc.)Presider: Angela E. Bower, MBA, CNP (DominicanUniversity)Facilitator: Deborah Marino, ARNP (FloridaInstitute of Technology)48 TH183. Stress and BurnoutManagement Strategies for HealthPromotion ProfessionalsRoom: Crystal C & DCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define the concept of stress.2. Identify common sources of stressexperienced by health promotionprofessionals.3. Discuss negative consequences of stressand the imperative of identifying andemploying effective coping strategies.4. Identify effective modalities that can beemployed, including mindfulness-basedSeated Chair MassageThursday, June 5, 12:30 PM-4:00 PMFriday, June 6, 7:00 AM-1:00 PMRoom: ACHA Exhibit HallSponsored by the Pacific Coast CollegeHealth AssociationAn on-site professional masseuse willadminister this highly effective techniquethat provides an immediate sense of tranquility.Chair massage helps decrease stresssymptoms, fatigue, muscle tightness, andtension in the neck, arms, and shoulders.strategies and motivational enhancementtechniques that can be applied toprofessionals.Presenter(s): Jennifer Haubenreiser, MA(Montana State University); Gina Baral Abrams,MPH, LSW, CHES (Princeton University); MichelleBurcin, MPH, PhD (University of South Carolina-Columbia)Presider: Amy Melichar, MEd, CHES (MarquetteUniversity)Facilitator: Rosa Emory Thomas, MPH, CHES(University of Tennessee)49 TH186. Vulnerable Students: Whoare They and What Interventions areAppropriateRoom: Crystal J1CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify vulnerable student populations.2. Differentiate environmental, group andindividual interventions for specificgroups.3. Discuss resource availability for healtheducation and health promotion versusindividual care and counseling.Presenter(s): Stephen Caulfield, MSW (AetnaStudent Health); Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA, CHES,HFI (California State Polytechnic University-Pomona); Lynette Mundey, MD (HowardUniversity)Presider: Keith Anderson, PhD (RensselaerPolytechnic Institute)Facilitator: R. Christa Eckert, MD (TulaneUniversity)50 TH200. Programming with Purpose:Effective Ways to Reach Your CampusCommunityRoom: Crystal J2CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify characteristics of an effectiveSHAC.2. Define evidence-based programmingguidelines.3. Discuss cultural competence.Presenter(s): Jason Gillman; Rachel Crane;Rebecca Beauregard and Derek Vanhille(University of Utah)Presider: Atul Nakhasi (University of Iowa)51 TH230. Emerging Issues RegardingHIPAA/FERPARoom: SagoCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss HIPAA and FERPA within thecollege health field.2. Describe how to navigate when bothlaws “may” apply.3. Recite examples in the applications ofHIPAA and FERPA.Presenter(s): LeRoy Rooker (U.S. Department ofEducation)Presider: Joan Kiel, PhD, CHPS (DuquesneUniversity)Facilitator: Laura Knoblauch, MBA, RHIA(Illinois State University)52 TH231. Shifting the Paradigm:Primary Prevention of Sexual ViolenceRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Explain the importance of primaryprevention of sexual violence.2. Explain the pathways in which alcoholimpacts sexual violence.3. Describe Bystander Intervention theoryand practice.4. Discuss how to disseminate and adoptthe toolkit on campus.Presenter(s): Robert Ward, MS (AmericanCollege Health Association); Terri Kersch, CHES,CPP (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); JoettaCarr, PhD (Western Michigan University)Presider: Robert Ward, MS (American CollegeHealth Association)Facilitator: Terri Kersch, CHES, CPP (RensselaerPolytechnic Institute)Schedule subject to change without notice.42


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (cont.)53 TH233. Update 2008: TargetedTesting for Tuberculosis in College andUniversity StudentsRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the goals and charge of the TBGuidelines Task Force.2. Differentiate between public health goalsand personal health care in targetedtesting for TB.3. Discuss new TB screening blood tests(QFT-G).4. Discuss the newly revised ACHA TBGuidelines Statement.Presenter(s): Andrew Vernon, MD, MHS (Centersfor Disease Control and Prevention)Presider: John Dorman, MD (StanfordUniversity)Facilitator: Ann Nadler, MA (University ofMissouri-Columbia)1:45 PM - 3:15 PM54 TH009. Performance EnhancingSubstances in College AthletesRoom: Crystal A & BCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-011-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. List the most commonly used ergogenicsubstances.2. Identify the biological, performanceenhancing,and potential side effects ofsuch substances.3. Describe the points to include in counselingstudent athletes about healthyalternatives to these substances.4. Describe different strategies for controllingdrug use in athletes, using bothcognitive-based and behavioral-basedapproaches.Presenter(s): James MacDonald, MD (Universityof California-Santa Cruz and Children’s HospitalBoston)Presider: Chris Henderson, BSPharm(Dartmouth Univeristy)Facilitator: Kimberly Spading, BSPharm(University of Iowa)55 TH041. Working with Troubled 2. Identify concerns related to the integrationof health and counseling centers.Students: Reflections of Campus Tragedies,Clinical, and Administrative Issues3. Discuss collected data and the nextRoom: Sagosteps of the task force, including theCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5 collection of qualitative data that willPhCE:0form the basis of case studies in theThe attendee should be able to:white paper.Presenter(s): Keith Anderson, PhD (Rensselaer1. Explain issues related to troubledPolytechnic Institute); Joy Himmel, PsyD, APRNstudents and relevant recommendationsBC, LPC, NCC (Pennsylvania State Universityofvarious Virginia Tech panels.Altoona); Joy Wyatt, PhD (Case Western2. Discuss clinical responses to troubled Reserve University); Jamie Davidson, PhDstudents.(University of Nevada-Las Vegas)3. Identify key administrative issues in Presider: Drayton Vincent, MSW (Louisianadealing with troubled students.State University)Presenter(s): Gregory Eells, PhD (CornellFacilitator: Karen Brule (Williams College)University)58Presider: Joetta Carr, PhD (Western MichiganTH087. Medical Grand RoundsUniversity)Room: Crystal J1Facilitator: Alan Barnes, MDCM (University of CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0Florida)The attendee should be able to:561. Describe a differential diagnosis basedTH068. How to Publish in theJournal of American College Healthon limited information.2. Discuss the appropriateness of laboratorytesting, imaging, or consultation inRoom: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0these cases.3. Describe the likelihood of disease basedThe attendee should be able to:on the risk status and ethnicity (if1. Discuss writing tips for getting publishedin any scientific publication. Presenter(s): John Dorman, MD (Stanfordrelevant) of the patient.2. Describe the process by which JACH University)manuscripts are submitted and reviewed Presider: Brooke Durland, MD (Rochesterin Manuscript Central.Institute of Technology)3. Define the most common shortcomings Facilitator: Theresa Stephan Hains, MD (BuffaloState College)of routine journal submissions to theJACH and how to avoid them.59 TH103. HIV: College Prevalence,Presenter(s): Reginald Fennell, PhD, CHES Barriers to Testing, and the Continued(Miami University); Deanna Lowery (Heldref Importance of PreventionPublishing Company); Peggy Veeser, EdD, APRN, Room: Crystal P & QBC, FACHA, FAANP (University of Tennessee);CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0Ted Grace, MD, MPH (The Ohio StateThe attendee should be able to:University)1. Describe the prevalence of HIV infectionPresider: Peggy Veeser, EdD, APRN, BC, FACHA,FAANP (University of Tennessee)in the college population.2. Describe barriers to HIV testing.57 TH079. Mental Health Best Practices 3. Explain the CDC Advisory for routineTask Force: Exploring the Integration of testing.Health and Counseling CentersPresenter(s): Michael Deichen, MD and PeterRoom: Crystal J2Mastroianni, MA (University of Central Florida);CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5 Cathy Robinson-Pickett (Florida SouthernPhCE:0College)Presider: Karen Yerkes, MA, ARNP (University ofThe attendee should be able to:Florida)1. Describe goals and objectives of the taskFacilitator: Evi Dresser, RN, MSN, FNPforce.(University of California-Los Angeles)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program43


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions1:45 PM - 3:15 PM (cont.)60 TH122. Let’s Use Social Marketing —Why Let the Devil Have All the BestTunes?Room: Crystal G1CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define social marketing.2. Describe strategies and principles ofhealth marketing.3. List resources for and examples ofhealth and social marketing.Presenter(s): Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA, CHES, HFI(California State Polytechnic University-Pomona)Presider: Justin Laird, PhD, MSEd (ColumbiaUniversity)Facilitator: Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, CHES(Salisbury University)61 TH139. A National Agenda forStudent Health in Higher EducationRoom: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define the mission and purpose ofhealth in higher education.2. Describe a proposed national agendafor health in higher education.3. Discuss major challenges facing theprofession in the next 5-10 years.Presenter(s): Sarah Mart, MS, MPH (SyracuseUniversity); Melissa Kenzig, MSPH, CHES(Columbia University)Presider: Jim Almeda, MS, CHES (Illinois StateUniversity)Facilitator: Gina Baral Abrams, MPH, LSW,CHES (Princeton University)62 TH156. I’m the New Director — NowWhat?Room: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss several approaches to the roleof CHS director considering one’s ownpersonal attributes and how these mayimpact their approach to the position.2. Describe the potential issues facing anew CHS director in terms of staffing,budget and policies.443. Identify ways to approach these challengesand issues in such a way as tominimize negative outcomes and conflict.4. List tips to help in applying for andinterviewing for the position of CHSdirector.5. Discuss nuances of the transitionbetween the outgoing CHS director andthe new director.Presenter(s): Dwayne Sackman, MPA (IllinoisState University); David Braun, MD (Universityof Iowa)Presider: Allan Markus, MD, MS, MBA, FACP(Arizona State University)Facilitator: Marcy Ferdschneider, DO (ColumbiaUniversity)63 TH160. HIV Prevention Counseling:Student to StudentRoom: MiamiCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the HIV prevention counselingprogram at the University of Utah.2. Explain how a peer education HIVprevention program benefits studentsand health centers.3. Describe how to develop an HIVprevention program on their campus.Presenter(s): Jason Gillman; RebeccaBeauregard; Derek Vanhille; Rachel Crane(University of Utah)Presider: Don Post, BS, EMT (University ofCentral Florida)64 TH196. Unhealthy Dieting Behaviorsand Their Link to Obesity and EatingDisordersRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define an unhealthy weight controlpractice.2. Define dieting mentality.Presenter(s): Jennifer Waldrop, MPH, RD(San Jose State University)Presider: Ollie Harper, RN-C, WHCNP (JacksonState University)65 TH201. Anatomy of a QualityImprovement StudyRoom: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the key elements of a QI study.2. Identify potential pitfalls in executingeffective QI studies.3. Compare examples of decent and not-sodecentQI studies and reports.Presenter(s): James Jacobs, MD, PhD (SyracuseUniversity)Presider: Sandra Murray, RN, MSN (Universityof Virginia)Facilitator: Mary Madsen, RN-BC (University ofRochester)66 TH228. Implementing the ACHA-NCHA: What New Users Need to KnowRoom: New York & New OrleansCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe three steps to be completedbefore ACHA-NCHA survey implementation.2. Compare the advantages and disadvantagesof paper surveying and web-basedsurveying.3. List three ways to increase responserates.Presenter(s): Mary Hoban, PhD, CHES, and E.Victor Leino, PhD (American College HealthAssociation)3:45 PM - 5:15 PM67 TH031. An Administrative Prep —Getting Your Organization Ready for an EMRRoom: Crystal A & BCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:1.5 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the components of an EMR.2. Identify organizational change factors.3. List steps an administrator can taketo help ensure a successful EMRimplementation.Presenter(s): James Yankech, MS (University ofNebraska-Lincoln)Presider: Kevin Readdean, MSEd (RensselaerPolytechnic Institute)Facilitator: Beverly Cuthbertson, RN-C, FNP(Appalachian State University)


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions3:45 PM - 5:15 PM (cont.)68 TH075. Binge Eating Disorder orObesity: That is the QuestionRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define Binge Eating Disorder (BED).2. List two diagnostic criteria thatdistinguish BED from obesity withoutdisordered eating or binge-eating.3. Describe two effective treatment orchange approaches to BED.Presenter(s): Joy Wyatt, PhD (Case WesternReserve University)Presider: John Miner, MD (Williams College)Facilitator: Janell Kalifey-Ayad, MSW, LCSW(Tulane University)69 TH090. ADHD: A Team ApproachRoom: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe an overview of ADHD.2. Discuss ADHD in the school setting.3. Differentiate treatment options forADHD.Presenter(s): Theresa Cerulli, MD (ADD Healthand Wellness Centers)Facilitator: Angela Bower, MBA, CNP(Dominican University)70 TH140. Diabetes: 2008 UpdateRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-012-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Describe appropriate exercise andnutrition recommendations fortreatment/prevention of diabetes.2. List treatment options for Type 1 andType 2 diabetes.3. Explain current monitoring options.Presenter(s): Ruth Ann Petzinger, MS, RN,APN-C, CDEPresider: Chris Henderson, BSPharm(Dartmouth University)Facilitator: Carolyn Lancon, BSPharm(Louisiana State University)71 TH142. Ethics in Daily Practice:73 TH150. Missed Diagnoses: UsingPhysical Health, Mental Health, andHealth EducationRoom: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the ACHA Ethical Principles andGuidelines.2. Discuss the application of the ACHAEthical Principles and Guidelines toactual situations or dilemmas.3. List examples of ethical issues thatmay need to be incorporated in futurerevisions of the Ethical Principles andGuidelines document.Presenter(s): Paul Myers, PhD (University ofPortland); Marc Hiller, DrPH (University of NewHampshire); Victoria Judd, MD, MBA (Universityof Utah); Ray Rodriguez, CHES (Iowa StateCognitive Psychology to Examine Two CasesRoom: MiamiCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe cognitive psychology.2. Identify how cognitive psychology differsfrom other approaches in correcting andavoiding errors.3. List five selected pitfalls from cognitivepsychology.Presenter(s): Eleanor Davidson, MD (CaseWestern Reserve University); Margaret Higham,MD (Tufts University); Carlo Ciotoli, MD, MPA(New York University)Presider: Theresa Stephan Hains, MD (BuffaloState College)Facilitator: Thomas Ferguson, MD, PhD(University of California-Davis)University)74 TH171. War on the I-4: Florida’sPresider: Maureen Nokes, RN (Middle TennesseeApproach to Tackling High-risk Drinking onState University)Campus72 TH147. Hot Topics: Administration Room: Crystal P & QRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify important administrative issuesin college health, including budget andfinance, insurance, information systems,and the importance of collecting andusing data.2. Identify best practices among collegehealth centers.Presenter(s): Katrin Wesner, MS, CAPPM(University of North Carolina Wilmington);Linda Wilson (North Carolina Agricultural andTechnical State University)Presider: Katrin Wesner, MS, CAPPM (UniversityCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define the college effect.2. Identify effective strategies for combatinghigh-risk drinking on college campusesand mitigating the college effect.3. Discuss outcomes of selected strategiesand programs.Presenter(s): Tom Hall, MSW (University ofCentral Florida); Holly Rayko, MA, MPH(University of South Florida)Presider: Laurie Parlin, MEd, CHES (The BostonConservatory)Facilitator: Sandee Moroso, MA (Seton HallUniversity)of North Carolina Wilmington)Facilitator: Jennifer Swails-Wenger, MS,MBA (Vanderbilt University)Visit the ACHA Store in theregistration area for golf shirtsembroidered with the ACHA logo.Shirts are available in differentstyles and colors!www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program45


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSTHURSDAY General Sessions3:45 PM - 5:15 PM (cont.)75 TH177. Stress: The Number OneAcademic Impediment...Where Do We GoFrom Here?Room: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe national trends in stress as areported academic impediment.2. Identify effective ways to utilize NCHAdata in order to target students athighest risk for stress-related academicproblems.3. Describe holistic/complementarytherapies being utilized to addressstress in individual students.4. Compare a variety of curriculum infusionand high reach/lower cost efforts thataddress stress management.Presenter(s): Peter Mastroianni, MA, andValeska Wilson, MA (University of CentralFlorida); Susan Quillan, RN, NP, MSN(University of California-Los Angeles); MaryannWalsh, RN (Stony Brook University); JimGrizzell, MBA, MA, CHES, HFI (California StatePolytechnic Institute-Pomona); Tina Baker, MS(University of Florida)Presider: Laurie Schmidt, MSEd (Virginia TechUniversity)Facilitator: Jessica Lettow, RN, MS(Northeastern Illinois University)76 TH199. Genital DermatologyRoom: SagoSponsored by PharmaDerm, a division ofNycomed U.S.CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the elements of a physicalexam for evaluation of genitaldermatologic abnormalities.2. Identify the points to consider inthe differential diagnosis of genitaldermatologic abnormalities.3. Discuss management strategies.Presenter(s): Libby Edwards, MD (Mid-CharlotteDermatology and Research)Presider: Craig Roberts, PA-C, MS (University ofWisconsin-Madison)Facilitator: Ann Laros, MD (University of Iowa)77 TH219. How College Students Find 78 TH248. Eat Right, Feel Good,Sexual Health Information on the InternetRoom: Crystal G1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0Look GreatRoom: Crystal K & LSponsored in part by the American CollegeThe attendee should be able to:Health Foundation Murray DeArmond StudentActivity Fund1. Describe whether college students findCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:0 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0accurate answers online, when askedquestions about sexual health.The attendee should be able to:2. Explain how students find sexual health 1. Discuss foods you can eat to stay fit.information on the Internet.2. Identify meals perfect for test days and3. Identify characteristics of websites on finals week.which students find answers.3. Identify “slow poisons” you eat everyday.Presenter(s): Eric Buhi, MPH, PhD, CHES, HollieFuhrmann, MA, and Ellen Daley, PhD, MPH 4. Discuss how to avoid feeling lethargic.(University of South Florida)5. List the top ten foods that sabotagePresider: Atul Nakhasi (University of Iowa) your weight loss efforts.Presenter(s): Deanna Latson, MA, CNN (GoodThinking Co.)Presider: Don Post, BS, EMT (University ofCentral Florida)Jobline Classifiedswith the American College Health Associationwww.acha.org (410) 859-1500Reach anyone interested in a college healthposition by advertising with ACHA’s JoblineClassifieds — the only online classified listingspecific to your target audience of college healthprofessionals.If you’re looking for the most qualifiedindividual to fill a position — as a director,administrator, physician, health educator, mentalhealth care provider, nurse, physician assistant,or another important role in your college health program — ACHA’s JoblineClassifieds is the best place to get exposure for your ad.Visit www.acha.org/prof_dev/classifieds.cfm for instructions and ad rates,or call (410) 859-1500. Jobline is updated every Friday, so any ads submittedby Thursday at 10:00 A.M. will be posted by Friday of the same week.46


Who inspires you?Recognize your colleagues for their contributions and achievements bynominating them for an ACHA Fellowship or for one of these prestigiousACHA Awards:◗ ACHA Lifetime Achievement Award: recognizesindividuals who have provided outstandingservice to ACHA, and whose professional liveshave been dedicated to improving the healthof college students◗ Edward Hitchcock Award: honors ACHA memberswho have made outstanding contributions toadvancing the health of all college students◗ Ruth E. Boynton Award: honors ACHA memberswho have provided distinguished service to theassociation◗ Lewis Barbato Award: honors students (ACHAmembers or nonmembers) who have mademajor contributions to college health as reflectedin the association's mission and vision statements◗ Ollie B. Moten Award: honors ACHA memberswho have made a significant impact on theinstitution of higher education in which theywork◗ Miguel Garcia-Tunon Memorial Award in HumanDignity: honors ACHA members whose work,life, writing, research or way of living havepromoted the cause of human dignity andnurtured the appreciation of human differences◗ E. Dean Lovett Award: honors ACHA members whohave directed or contributed significantly to thedevelopment of a college health program in anexemplary manner◗ Clifford B. Reifler Award: honors ACHA membersand nonmembers who have made outstandingcontributions to the Journal of American CollegeHealth◗ Hannibal E. Howell Award: honors ACHA memberswho have made outstanding proactive contributionsto their campus communities and ACHA bypromoting health care and preventive healthrelevant to ethnic minorities◗ Outstanding Research Publication Award: recognizesand encourages the efforts of ACHA membersand individuals at ACHA member institutionswho have published their research activities andtherefore advanced the field of college health◗ Best Practices in College Health: recognizesexemplary, innovative, and inspirationalpractices in college health◗ Affiliate New Professionals Award: recognizes ACHAmembers who have provided service to the fieldof college health for five years or less and whohave made significant contributions to theirinstitutions and/or affiliateFind out more about the awards and fellowships at www.acha.org/about_acha/awards.cfm.ACHA will announce the call for nominations later in the year — please stay posted!Photos shown above are from the 2007 ACHA Awards and Fellows Dinner.


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFriday, June 6, 2008 will be School Spirit Day!Friday Special Events and Information7:00 AM - 3:45 PMRegistrationRoom: Crystal Foyer7:00 AMContinental Breakfast with ExhibitorsRoom: ACHA Exhibit HallSponsored by Kaiser Permanente11:45 AM - 1:15 PMDorosin Memorial LectureRoom: SagoSponsored in part by the American College Health Foundation Ayers/Battle/ThomasDiversity Fund and the United Healthcare StudentResources Fund. Hosted by theACHA Mental Health Section.Phillip Resnick, MD (Case Western Reserve University). See FeaturedEvents on page 15 and FR215 on page 52 for more information.(Note that you may bring a lunch with you; the speaker will beginat 12:15 PM.)5:30 PM - 6:30 PMAssembly of RepresentativesRoom: Sago9:00 PM - 10:00 PMAA/Al-Anon Open MeetingRoom: Los AngelesFriday MeetingsFRIDAY General Sessions7:00 AM - 8:00 AMBS110. Continuing Education CommitteeRoom: Los Angeles12:00 PM - 1:15 PMBS111. Students/Consumers SectionRoom: Crystal A & B8:00 AM - 9:30 AM79 FR007. Rapid Access to CollegeMental Health Services: A Telephone TriageSystemRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. List the risks associated with lengtheningwait times for mental health services.2. Describe a means of rapid telephoneassessment of psychiatric acuity.3. Explain how to assess the efficacy andreliability of a telephone triage protocol.Presenter(s): Richard Eichler, PhD, and CalvinChin, PhD (Columbia University)Presider: Bryant Ford, PhD (Dartmouth College)Facilitator: Robert Portnoy, PhD (University ofNebraska-Lincoln)80 FR024. Sudden Death and OtherCardiovascular Risks of Commonly UsedMedicationsRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-013-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Identify cardiovascular risk factors incommon medications.2. List the medications that may causecardiovascular events.3. Describe how to decrease thecardiovascular risk.Presenter(s): Victoria Judd, MD, MBA(University of Utah)Presider: Greg Yeakel, RPh (Iowa StateUniversity)Facilitator: Marie Powell-Daly, BSPharm(University of Maryland-College Park)81 FR030. Pulling It All Together:Working Together to ImplementMandatory Insurance and Third PartyBillingRoom: Crystal M & NCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify key stakeholders to involve inthe exploration and implementationprocess as it relates to mandatoryinsurance and third party billing.2. Discuss strategies that best match yourinstitution reflecting on mission, costand resource availability.3. Describe technology strategies tostreamline communication and implementationprocess around mandatoryhealth insurance and third party billing.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Presenter(s): Madonna McDermott, MS, RN-C,MPA, and Victoria Svoboda (University of St.Thomas)Presider: Jo McGuffin, PhD, FACHE (Universityof Central Oklahoma)Facilitator: Marilyn Yourdon, RN, ARNP (WichitaState University)82FR053. Cops and College Health:Partnering To Meet the Needs of SexualAssault VictimsRoom: New York & New OrleansCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the impact of campus cultureand dynamics on victim reporting andinstitutional response.2. Identify primary statutory requirementsthat govern how colleges and universitiesrespond to sexual violence.3. Describe the components of effectivepartnerships in the provision of comprehensiveresponse services to victims.Presenter(s): Donna Barry, RN, MSN, APN-C,FN-CSA (Montclair State University); Paul Cell(University Police, Montclair State University)Presider: Natalie Connor, MS, RN, BC(University of Washington)Facilitator: Karen Anderson, RN, BSN, MALS, BC(Wake Forrest University)49Final Program


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFRIDAY General Sessions8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (cont.)85 FR106. Evaluating Sexual Health87 FR145. Update on Polycystic83Needs of Men Who Have Sex with Men Ovarian SyndromeFR086. Breaking Down the(MSM)Room: Crystal J2Barriers: Helping International StudentsRoom: Crystal P & QCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0Understand and Successfully NavigateCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5our Healthcare SystemThe attendee should be able to:PhCE:0Room: Crystal J11. Define Polycystic Ovarian SyndromeThe attendee should be able to:CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:1.5(PCOS).PhCE:01. Describe current CDC and other guidelinesfor STI screening in MSM.3. Discuss intervention/treatment options.2. Identify the potential sequela of PCOS.The attendee should be able to:1. Describe literature explaining differences2. Identify the structural and psychological Presenter(s): Ann Laros, MD (University ofin understanding of healthcare services.barriers to providing sexual health Iowa)2. Identify barriers preventing internationaleducation to MSM.Presider: Theresa Spalding, MD (University ofstudents from successfully seeking3. Identify the social and psychological Texas-Austin)healthcare.barriers to adherence.Facilitator: Andrea Okagawa, MN, MPH, CRNP3. Discuss potential interventions forPresenter(s): Laura Pinsky, LCSW, Daniel(LaSalle University)Chiarilli, MA, Samuel Seward, MD, and Rickimproving international students’88O'Keefe, MD (Columbia University)FR213. Strengthening Our Studentunderstanding and navigation of ourPresider: Craig Roberts, PA-C, MS (University of Health Insurance/Benefit Programshealthcare system.Wisconsin-Madison)Room: Crystal A & BPresenter(s): Sharon Ambrose (HarvardFacilitator: Deborah Mathis, MSN, CRNPCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0University)(University of Pennsylvania)The attendee should be able to:Presider: Dwayne Sackman, MPA (Illinois StateUniversity)861. Describe task force recommendations toFR136. Improving the IdentificationACHA's Board of Directors.Facilitator: Richard Sipp, MBA (Bowling Green and Treatment of Depression in College2. Discuss implementing a campus healthState University)Health, Part I: Depression CollaborativeResearch Data Findingsinsurance requirement.84 FR093. Peer 2 Peer: LearningRoom: Crystal G13. Compare three “best practices” SHIPTogether for FitnessCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5models, including campus demographics,enrollment methods, plan features,Room: Crystal K & LPhCE:0CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0 The attendee should be able to:and other recommended environmentalThe attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the need for evidence-based adjustments to better serve students.1. Describe the effectiveness of a coursebased,peer education fitness training 2. Define components of the Breakthroughdepression identification and treatment. Presenter(s): Dana Mills, MPH (MarquetteUniversity); Sue Jackson (University ofintervention in increasing students’Minnesota); Valerie Lyon, MHA (CornellSeries model’s use of the Chronic Carelevels of physical activity, fitness, andUniversity); Cindy McGahey, MBA (UniversityModel for Depression.of New Hampshire); Ferdinand Schlapper, MSacademic achievement.3. Discuss results of the recently completed (Boise State University); Jake Baggott, MLS2. Describe the benefits of an inter-departmentcollaborative effort to increase Depression (CBS-D) collaborative.Presider: Julie Bonner, MD (University ofregional College Breakthrough Series — (Southern Illinois University-Carbondale)physical activity and improve fitness. 4. Compare implementation needs and Wisconsin)3. Describe the benefits and challenges of strategies between participating CBS-D Facilitator: Dwayne Sackman, MPA (Illinoisintegrating a peer education, physical sites.State University)activity intervention into an academic Presenter(s): Henry Chung, MD, and Michaelcourse.Klein, PhD (New York University)Walk Your Way to Fitness — in FifteenPresenter(s): Jennifer Boyle, PhD, MS, and Craig Presider: Michael Deichen, MD (University of Minutes!Mattern, PhD (State University of New York at Central Florida)Friday, June 6, 9:30 AM - 10:00 AMBrockport)Facilitator: Cecil Price, MD (Wake ForestFriday, June 6, 3:15 PM - 3:45 PMPresider: Devon Noonan, MS (University of University)Room: Crystal HVirginia)This brief and fun walking workout willreenergize you between sessions, so joinyour colleagues and stretch out those legSchedule subject to change without notice.muscles.50


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFRIDAY General Sessions8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (cont.) 91 FR144. Research on Spirituality, 3. Describe benefits, risks, costs of new89Religion, and Student Healthcontraceptive methods.FR236. Obesity and Health: A 2008Room: Crystal G1Presenter(s): Ann Laros, MD, and KimberlyScientific Update — Separating RhetoricCME:1.5 AAFP-E:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5 Spading, BSPharm (University of Iowa)from RealityPhCE:0Presider: Connie Barker, BSPharm (SyracuseRoom: Crystal C & DThe attendee should be able to:University)Sponsored in part by the American CollegeHealth Foundation Health Promotion in Higher 1. Discuss diverse manifestations of spiritualand religious experience among North Carolina-Wilmington)Facilitator: Ann Roth, BSPharm (University ofEducation FundCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0 college students.94 FR188. Options in Bariatric Surgery:The attendee should be able to:2. Discuss research findings on the correlationsbetween particular spiritual and Room: New York & New OrleansWhat’s Right for Your Client?1. Discuss the latest research on the relationshipsbetween weight and health. religious experiences and mental and Sponsored by Allergan2. Discuss the research related to thephysical health outcomes.CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0efficacy and potential iatrogenic consequencesof traditional approaches to the Portland); Katherine Kyle, MS (Manhattan 1. List the criteria for clients to be eligiblePresenter(s): Paul Myers, PhD (University of The attendee should be able to:promotion of weight loss.College)for bariatric surgery.3. Discuss the philosophy, major tenets,Presider: Patricia Ketcham, PhD (Oregon State 2. Discuss the preoperative preparation forUniversity)components and efficacy of an alternativeapproach for helping people with3. Discuss the health care provider’s role inbariatric surgery.Facilitator: Jo McGuffin, PhD, FACHE (Universityof Central Oklahoma)weight-related concerns.working with bariatric clients, includingPresenter(s): Jon Robison, PhD, MS (Michigan92 FR163. So You Need a New Health breaking down stereotypes and increasingState University)Center: Identifying Needs, Exploringsensitivity toward these patients.Presider: Jennifer Haubenreiser, MA (Montana Opportunities, and DevelopingPresenter(s): JoAnn Romanzi-Herne, MS, APRN,State University)PartnershipsBC, FNP (Crouse Hospital School of Nursing)Facilitator: Amy Magnuson, MS, RD, LD/N(Florida State University)Room: Crystal A & BCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0Presider: Deborah Mathis, MSN, CRNP(University of Pennsylvania)10:00 AM - 11:30 AMThe attendee should be able to:Facilitator: Evi Dresser, RN, MSN, FNP1. Describe the trends in space requirements(University of California-Los Angeles)for college health centers.95 FR203. Potential Student Initiated90 FR141. Collaboration with a StudentGroup on a Voluntary Meningitis2. Identify opportunities for partnershipsVaccination Programand complementary modalities.Room: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe a successful meningitis vaccinationprogram.2. Discuss meningococcal disease.3. Discuss the constraints and opportunitiespresented by the integration ofhealth and counseling services in onefacility.Presenter(s): Edward Marley, AIA (SwaimAssociates, Ltd. Architects)Presenter(s): Allan Markus, MD, MS, MBA, FACP, Presider: Jerry Barker, EdD (North Carolinaand Rebecca Raub (Arizona State University) State University)Presider: Vicky Rosa, RN, MHA (ButlerFacilitator: Ellen Reynolds, MS (University ofUniversity)Rhode Island)Facilitator: Rebecca Metcalf, RN, CFNP (KenyonCollege)Out of courtesy to speakers and yourfellow attendees, please turn offyour cell phone or pager or place themon vibrate during sessions.93 FR182. Contraception Update 2008Room: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-014-L01-P)The attendee should be able to:1. List current contraceptive options.2. Identify new contraceptive choicesavailable for this millennium.Violence and the College HealthProfessional’s ResponsibilitiesRoom: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify current relevant law andcourt decisions.2. Discuss application of law to thecollege health setting.3. Discuss policy and legislationconsiderations.Presenter(s): Jake Baggott, MLS (SouthernIllinois University at Carbondale)Presider: Lisa Sommerhauser, RN-C (WebsterUniversity, St. Louis)Facilitator: Deloise Williams, RN (LincolnUniversity)www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program51


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFRIDAY General Sessions10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (cont.)96 FR235. Campus-wide Collaborationfor Reducing Student DistressRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe strategies for successfulcampus-wide collaboration.2. Identify student mental health outcomesresulting from successful collaboration.3. Discuss ways in which barriers tocollaboration can be overcome.Presenter(s): Joanna Locke, MD, MPH (JedFoundation); Susan Boswell, EdD (JohnsHopkins University); Linda Everson, RN(University of Puget Sound); John Hoeppel,PhD (Northeastern Illinois University); KarenMoses, MS, RD, CHES (Arizona State University)Presider: John Miner, MD (Williams College)Facilitator: Michael Haberecht, MD (StanfordUniversity)97 FR238. Health PromotionApproaches to Addressing Obesity andPhysical Fitness on Campus: A ThreeCampus PanelRoom: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss strategies and implicationsfor obesity programming on collegecampuses.2. Describe different campus approachesto obesity programming.3. Discuss potential challenges and limitationsof obesity programming, lessonslearned, implementation strategies and“next steps” for programmers.Presenter(s): Jon Robison, PhD, MS and DennisMartell, PhD (Michigan State University);Cynthia Burwell EdD, CHES (Norfolk StateUniversity); Michelle Burcin, PhD, MPH(University of South Carolina-Columbia )Presider: Jennifer Haubenreiser, MA (MontanaState University)Facilitator: Hope McPhatter, MA, CHES(Louisiana State University)98 FR239. Bagels & Lox for Students & 2. Compare implementation needs andDocsstrategies between participating CBS-DRoom: Crystal P & Qsites.CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:0 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0 Presenter(s): Eleanor Davidson, MD (CaseWestern Reserve University); John Kolligian,The attendee should be able to:PhD (Princeton University); Patricia Ellis, FNP,1. Discuss the success regarding connectingMS (St. Lawrence University)college doctors with students.Presider: Michael Haberecht, MD (Stanford2. Describe the process of how Bagels &University)Lox with Students & Docs was createdFacilitator: Chris Brownson, PhD (University ofand is continually run.Texas-Austin)3. Discuss how to increase involvement inthe national Bagels & Lox Program.11:45 AM - 1:15 PMPresenter(s): Dhara Patel and Travis Caton (The101University of Texas at Austin)FR215. Dorosin Memorial Lecture:Homicide-SuicidePresider: Don Post, BS, EMT (University ofRoom: SagoCentral Florida)Sponsored in part by the American College99 FR244. Epidemiology andHealth Foundation Ayers/Battle ThomasManagement of Methicillin-Resistant Diversity Fund and UnitedHealthcareStaphylococcus Aureus in the Community StudentResources FundRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.0 CH:1.0 CECH:1.0 PsyCE:1.0 NBCC:1.0 PhCE:0Sponsored by the American College Health The attendee should be able to:Foundation Josh Kaplan Fund for Clinical 1. Identify common patterns of homicidesuicide.MedicineCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0 2. Recite the motives of mass-murderers.The attendee should be able to:Presenter(s): Phillip Resnick, MD (Case Western1. Discuss the epidemiology of MRSA in Reserve University)the community.Presider: Joy Wyatt, PhD (Case Western2. Describe strategies for clinical managementof MRSA in the community.Facilitator: John Miner, MD (Williams College)Reserve University)3. Describe strategies to limit the spread of NOTE: The speaker will begin at 12:15 PM.MRSA in community settings, includingschools and athletic teams.1:45 PM - 3:15 PMPresenter(s): Rachel Gorwitz, MD (Centers for102 FR026. Obesity — A GeneralDisease Control and Prevention)Practitioner’s Personal PerspectivePresider: Allan Markus, MD, MS, MBA, FACPRoom: Miami(Arizona State University)CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0Facilitator: Beverly Cuthbertson, RN-C, FNP(Appalachian State University)The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the obesity epidemic, its extent100 FR250. Improving the Identification and causes.and Treatment of Depression in College 2. Discuss realistic goals and the benefitsHealth, Part II: Implementing theand perils of weight loss.Depression Collaborative3. Describe specific therapies.Room: Crystal E & FPresenter(s): Brian Caplan, MD (University ofCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5 Texas at Arlington)PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss results of the recently completedregional College Breakthrough Series —Depression (CBS-D) collaborative.52


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFRIDAY General Sessions1:45 PM - 3:15 PM (cont.)103 FR034. Assessing the Effectivenessof Stress Coping Mechanisms Employedby College StudentsRoom: Crystal A & BCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:1.5 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the unique characteristics ofthe Millennium generation as relatedto stress.2. List the techniques employed by theMillennium generation to handle stress.3. Discuss stress coping mechanismssignificantly related to high stresstolerance among college students.Presenter(s): Bridget Melton, EdD, and HelenGraf, PhD (Georgia Southern University)Presider: Atul Nakhasi (University of Iowa)104 FR051. Name That BugRoom: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify important infectious diseaseissues in a collegiate population.2. Define emerging infectious diseaseissues in a collegiate population.3. Discuss clinical techniques that wouldbe useful in diagnosing emergingconditions.Presenter(s): Robert Palinkas, MD (Universityof Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)Presider: Sandra Handley, PhD, APRN, FNP(University of Missouri-Kansas City)Facilitator: Gayle Nelson, MS, RN-BC (Universityof Iowa)105 FR095. For the Athlete: Where’sthe Nutrition in Nutritional/DietarySupplements?Room: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-015-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Identify current trends in nutritional/dietary supplement use and definebarriers to good nutrition amongcollege student-athletes.2. Identify health and safety concernsand NCAA regulations regarding drugs,supplements and medications used bycollegiate student-athletes.3. Identify campus resources and healthyand permissible strategies that meetstudent-athletes’ desire to enhanceperformance and that promote lifelonghealth.Presenter(s): Mary Wilfert, MEd, CHES (NationalCollegiate Athletic Association); Eric Patterson,MBA (National Center for Drug Free Sport)Presider: Deborah Hubbell, BSPharm, RPh(University of Connecticut)Facilitator: Carolyn Lancon, BSPharm(Louisiana State University)106 FR100. Students at Risk (S.T.A.R.s)Room: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define students at risk.2. Discuss who should attend the studentsat risk committee and how often shouldit meet.3. List interventional strategies to disruptharmful patterns.Presenter(s): John Pakstis, PhD, and NancyQuattrocchi, MS, APRN-BC, ANP (University ofMassachusetts-Lowell)Presider: Richard Sipp, MBA (Bowling GreenState University)Facilitator: Carol Eddy, MPA (Western MichiganUniversity)107 FR105. Abnormal Paps: NewGuidelines for Management and EvidencebasedAnswers to Patients' QuestionsRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. List the new consensus guidelines formanagement of abnormal Paps.2. Identify evidence-based answers topatients’ most frequently asked questionsregarding abnormal Paps.Presenter(s): Jonna Whitman, MD (VanderbiltUniversity)Presider: Diane Fashinpaur, MSN, RN(University of Akron)108 FR126. Trend Analysis in TobaccoUse, Prevention and Control AmongCollege Students, 2000-2006Room: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe current trends in tobacco useamong U.S. college students from 2000through 2006.2. Identify factors that often contribute tocurrent behaviors and practices.3. Identify health concerns/risks reportedby students who use tobacco.4. Discuss the sources and effectiveness ofhealth-related educational informationavailable for students.Presenter(s): Rosemary Caron, PhD; DavidLaflamme, PhD and Marc Hiller, DrPH(University of New Hampshire)Presider: Matthew Stricherz, EdD (Universityof South Dakota)Facilitator: Eric Davidson, MA, CSADP, ICPS(Eastern Illinois University)109 FR128. Recognizing and Respondingto Same-Sex Intimate Partner ViolenceRoom: New York & New OrleansCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Compare the similarities and differencesbetween LGBT intimate partner violence(IPV) and heterosexual IPV.2. Identify the common signs/symptomsof IPV.3. Identify challenges to LGBTQ victimsseeking help.4. Describe the mission and approach tosame-sex IPV used by the Syracuse AreaDomestic and Sexual Violence Coalition.Presenter(s): Deborah Frank, MS, RN (SyracuseUniversity)Presider: Don Post, BS, EMT (University ofCentral Florida)Presenter HandoutsAsk the speakers at the presentations youattend if they plan to submit their materialsfor ACHA website inclusion. Attendees whoare ACHA members can download thematerials from www.acha.org after July 18.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program53


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFRIDAY General Sessions1:45 PM - 3:15 PM (cont.)110 FR154. Chatty Clinicians: DoesSelf-disclosure Really Help Patients?Room: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify two types of self-disclosure.2. Identify self-disclosure characteristicsthat lead to negative outcomes.3. Identify ways to use shared experienceto help a patient without necessarilyintroducing that material into the visititself.Presenter(s): Eleanor Davidson, MD (CaseWestern Reserve University); John Miner, MD(Williams College)Presider: Margaret Higham, MD (TuftsUniversity)Facilitator: Marci Miner, RN (Bard College atSimon’s Rock)111 FR194. Issues in the Diagnosis andTreatment of Bipolar DisorderRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the criteria for the differentialdiagnosis of bipolar disorder.2. List therapeutic options, advantages,disadvantages, and side-effects.3. Describe the effects of bipolar disorderon an individual’s life.Presenter(s): Alan Barnes, MDCM, MichelleJacobs, MD, and Stephen Hsu, MD, PhD(University of Florida)Presider: Joetta Carr, PhD (Western MichiganUniversity)Facilitator: Robert Portnoy, PhD (University ofNebraska-Lincoln)112 FR208. Brief Interventions for HighriskDrinking, Part 1: Evidence-basedPractice for Clinicians and CounselorsRoom: Crystal P & QCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe current evidence supportingscreening and brief intervention incollege health settings.542. Describe principles and content ofmotivational enhancement programsdesigned to reduce high-risk drinkingin college students.3. Describe practical strategies to implementscreening and brief interventionon campuses.Presenter(s): Paul Grossberg, MD (Universityof Wisconsin-Madison); James Schaus, MD(University of Central Florida); Jason Kilmer,PhD (University of Washington and EvergreenState University)Presider: Mary Covington, MD (University ofNorth Carolina-Chapel Hill)Facilitator: Susan Stahley, MSW (George MasonUniversity)113 FR218. Emotional Intelligence inHigher Education: Implications forRetention, Student Development andLeadership Programs, and Risk-basedBehaviorsRoom: Crystal G1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe how emotional intelligence canincrease students’ academic success.2. Discuss how risk-based behaviorscorrelate with emotional intelligence.Presenter(s): Carol Day, BSN, MN, and PatrickKilcarr, PhD (Georgetown University); JamesParker, PhD (Trent University)Presider: Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, CHES(Salisbury University)Facilitator: Rosa Emory Thomas, MPH, CHES(University of Tennessee)3:45 PM - 5:15 PM114 FR027. Collaborative ProactiveModel of Campus Crisis ManagementRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe areas of clinical concern.2. Describe proactive approach.3. Discuss legal issues and limits.Presenter(s): Shane Owens, PhD, AndrewBerger, PhD, ABPP, and Marvin Fischer, AAS(Farmingdale State College)Presider: Deloise Williams, RN (LincolnUniversity)FR046. Strategies to Increase CulturalCompetency and Decrease HealthDisparitiesCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify various approaches to decreasinghealth disparities among underservedstudent populations.2. Describe how the intersection of multipleidentities impacts health and mentalhealth care decisions and behaviors.3. Discuss individual and institutionalpractices that foster cultural competence.Presenter(s): Francesca Maresca, PhD, MA,Elizabeth Amaya-Fernandez, MPH, (RutgersUniversity-New Brunswick/Piscataway); TheresaTantay-Wilson, MA (Rutgers University-Newark)115 FR119. Health Implications ofChronic Marijuana UseRoom: Crystal A & BCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss prevalence of marijuana useamong college-aged individuals.2. Explain the pathophysiologic effects ofmarijuana use.3. Identify the psychosocial effects ofmarijuana use.4. List current available treatment options.Presenter(s): Amy Bruno, MSN (SuffolkUniversity)Presider: Elizabeth Drexler (Suffolk University)Facilitator: Kathy McNaul, APRN-BC (MacalesterCollege)CANCELLEDLatin Fusion Dance ClassFriday, June 6, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PMRoom: New York / New OrleansGet your body moving to a new beat! LatinFusion combines high energy and motivatingmusic with unique moves and combinationsthat allow participants to dance awaytheir worries. It is based on the principlethat a workout should fun and easy to do.Latin Fusion is great not just for the bodybut for the mind as well. It is truly a “feelhappy” workout!


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSFRIDAY General Sessions3:45 PM - 5:15 PM (cont.)116 FR125. Atypical HPV Infections(Male/Anal/Oral): Advances in KnowledgeRoom: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-016-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Explain at least two factors contributingto the prevalence of HPV infectionamong college students.2. Identify current and potential screeningmethods for atypical HPV infections.3. Describe treatments for atypical HPVinfections.4. Describe contemporary research findingsrelated to atypical HPV infections.Presenter(s): Kathleen MacLachlan, MS,APRN-BC, and James Jacobs, MD, PhD(Syracuse University)Presider: Connie Barker, BSPharm (SyracuseUniversity)Facilitator: Brigitte Hale (Syracuse University)117 FR129. Hot Topics: Health PromotionRoom: Crystal J1CME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify key ways to manage parentalexpectations and balance their influence.2. Identify areas of collaboration betweenparents and health promotion staff toimprove services to millennial students.3. Discuss implications for parent partnershipson college health promotionstrategies.Presenter(s): Amy Melichar, MEd, CHES(Marquette University); Jenny Haubenreiser, MA(Montana State University), Gina Baral Abrams,MPH, LSW, CHES (Princeton University)Presider: Michael McNeil, MS (ColumbiaUniversity)Facilitator: Melissa Ruwitch (WashingtonUniversity)118 FR151. Preparing Students forStudy AbroadRoom: Crystal G2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define potential risks associated withstudy abroad.2. List interventions available to studyabroad participants to maintain health.Presenter(s): Susan Kirby, MS, and CarmineMcDonald, RN (University of Utah)Presider: Karen Anderson, RN, BSN, MALS, BC(Wake Forest University)Facilitator: Mary Madsen, RN-BC (University ofRochester)FR158. Step it Up: A Pedometer-basedWalking Program to Encourage PhysicalActivity and Build CommunityCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. List components of a successful walkingprogram on campus.2. List ways to make the programsustainable.Presenter(s): Ilene Hofrenning, MSN, andLauren Levesque (Framingham State College)119 FR189. Benchmarking Committee —2008Room: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss institutional and departmentalattributes that correlate with the designof a college health program.2. Discuss institutional attributes whicheffect college health center utilization.3. Describe the range of salary andstaffing patterns utilized at collegehealth services.4. List several components of patientsatisfaction.Presenter(s): Sarah Van Orman, MD (Universityof Wisconsin-Madison); Dana Mills, MPH(Marquette University)120 FR205. Developing Web-basedHealth Promotion InterventionsRoom: Crystal G1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe theory and evidence usedto develop online health promotionprograms.2. Discuss planning, implementation, andevaluation of physical activity and higherrisk drinking (21st birthday celebratory)programs.CANCELLEDwww.acha.org/AnnualMeeting083. Identify practical strategies fordeveloping online programs.Presenter(s): Justin Laird, PhD, MSEd (ColumbiaUniversity)Presider: William Smith, MS (University ofMissouri-Kansas City)Facilitator: Lindsey Bickers Bock, MPH (DukeUniversity)121 FR209. Brief Interventions for HighriskDrinking, Part 2: Multidisciplinary“Hands-on” Skills Training andImplementation StrategiesRoom: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe application of patient-centered,motivational interviewing conversationswith high-risk drinkers on campus.2. Identify essential elements of BASICSand ASTP.3. Discuss ways to motivate high-riskdrinkers who are in denial, ambivalentabout change, or “pre-contemplative.”Presenter(s): Paul Grossberg, MD (Universityof Wisconsin-Madison); James Schaus, MD(University of Central Florida); Jason Kilmer,PhD (University of Washington and EvergreenState College)Presider: Mary Covington, MD (University ofNorth Carolina-Chapel Hill)Facilitator: Susan Stahley, MSW (George MasonUniversity)122 FR216. Risk Assessment for ViolenceRoom: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify the role of paranoia in violence.2. List four patterns of violence.Presenter(s): Phillip Resnick, MD (Case WesternReserve University)Presider: Bryant Ford, PhD (Dartmouth College)Facilitator: Joy Himmel, PsyD, APRN, BC, LPC,NCC (Pennsylvania State University-Altoona)Out of courtesy to speakers and yourfellow attendees, please turn offyour cell phone or pager or place themon vibrate during sessions.Final Program55


Partners Under the PalmsSaturday Special Events and Information7:00 AM - 11:00 AMRegistrationRoom: Crystal Foyer7:00 AMContinental BreakfastRoom: Crystal G10:00 AM - 12:00 PMPresidential Session: The Spread of Obesity in Social NetworksRoom: Crystal J2Sponsored in part by the American College Health Foundation Ayers/Battle/ThomasDiversity FundNicholas Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH (Harvard Medical School).See Featured Events on page 15 and SA247 on page 59 for moreinformation.SCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSSaturday, June 7, 2008Saturday Meetings8:00 AM - 12:00 PMBD114. ACHA Board of DirectorsRoom: Key Largo (2nd Fl)1:00 PM - 3:00 PMBS113. 2008-2009 Program Planning CommitteeRoom: New York & New OrleansAll members of the 2008 and 2009 Program PlanningCommittees are encouraged to attend.4:00 PM - 5:30 PMBD115. ACHA Executive CommitteeSATURDAY General Sessions8:00 AM - 9:30 AMSA040. Prescription Stimulant Misuse onCampusCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-018-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Describe the epidemiology of prescriptionstimulant abuse among collegestudents.2. Describe the factors that enable ormotivate college students’ abuse ofprescription stimulants.3. Identify preventive strategies to reducethe abuse of prescription stimulantmedication abuse among collegestudents.Presenter(s): Donald Misch, MD (NorthwesternUniversity)123 SA077. Using Students to ReachStudents: The Role of Peer Advocacy inPromoting Mental Health on CampusRoom: Crystal A & BCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define barriers for mental health helpseekingbehavior.2. Identify where and why studentadvocacy can be beneficial.CANCELLED3. Describe how to encourage studentadvocacy on your campus.Presenter(s): Alison Malmon (Active Minds, Inc.)Presider: Atul Nakhasi (University of Iowa)124 SA124. Understanding STDs inWomen Who Partner With Women: TheTruth About Transmission and TreatmentRoom: Crystal E & FCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss issues and trends surroundingSTDs in women who partner withwomen (WPW) as described in theGLMA Healthy People 2010 CompanionDocument for LGBT populations.2. Identify common STDs, their transmissionbetween women, and treatmentrecommendations.3. Discuss a case study of a lesbian studentat Syracuse University diagnosed withHPV.4. Discuss recommendations for preventionof STDs in WPW.Presenter(s): Deborah Frank, MS, RN, and AprilTaylor, LPN (Syracuse University)Presider: Charlene Bradley, RN-C (DartmouthCollege)Facilitator: Natalie Conner, MS, RN-BC(University of Washington)125 SA152. Building a ResponseContinuum for Students in DistressRoom: Crystal P & QCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify criteria to assess risk and/orthreat situations.2. List the components of a responsecontinuum.3. Describe how to integrate response continuuminto an emergency response plan.Presenter(s): Moises Baron, PhD (University ofSan Diego)Presider: Connie Capobianco, RN (QueensCollege)Water AerobicsSaturday, June 7, 6:00 AM-7:00 AMRoom: Spa Terrace PoolWater Aerobics is a low-impact workout thatprovides a great aerobic exercise for peopleof all ages and abilities. Since water aerobicstakes place in the pool, you’ll stay cool andrefreshed while your heart is pumping! Thisworkout can be adjusted to suit the needs ofeach individual participant. Don’t forgetyour swimsuit (towels will be provided)!Class size is limited.www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program57


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSSATURDAY General Sessions8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (cont.)126 SA170. Group A Strep: More ThanThroat InfectionsRoom: Crystal J2CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-018-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss the bacteriology and pathophysiologyof disease secondary to strepinfection.2. Describe the importance of earlyrecognition of serious disease.3. Discuss epidemiology in the collegehealth setting.Presenter(s): Samuel Seward, MD, Mary EllenBovino, RN, and Marcy Ferdschneider, DO(Columbia University)Presider: Theresa Stephan Hains, MD (BuffaloState College)Facilitator: Susan Thomas, RT (WesternMichigan University)127 SA180. Pay For Performance inCollege Health: A Pilot Program to AlignStrategic Objectives with Provider SalariesRoom: Crystal K & LCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Explain the rationale for the pay-forperformanceprogram described in thesession.2. List the steps taken in establishing apay-for-performance program.3. Discuss the successes and ongoingchallenges of the pay-for-performanceprogram.Presenter(s): Carlo Ciotoli, MD, MPA, andRichard Moss, MBA (New York University)Presider: Ellen Reynolds, MS (University ofRhode Island)Facilitator: Deborah Beck, RRT, MPA, EdD(University of South Carolina-Columbia)128 SA195. ACHA-NCHA Town MeetingRoom: MiamiCME:1.5 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify final revisions made to theACHA-NCHA.2. Discuss the most recently publishedACHA-NCHA data.Presenter(s): Patricia Ketcham, PhD (OregonState University); Theresa Jackson, PhD(Towson University); Alejandro Martinez, PhD(Stanford University); Mary Hoban, PhD, CHES,and E. Victor Leino, PhD (American CollegeHealth Association)Presider: Patricia Ketcham, PhD (Oregon StateUniversity)129 SA202. Partnering for EnhancedServices and Efficiencies: Student HealthCenters and Athletic TrainersRoom: Crystal M & NCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Describe revenue models using certifiedathletic trainers.2. Explain how these revenue models canbe incorporated into existing programs.3. Discuss challenges facing programimplementation.Presenter(s): Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, CHES(Salisbury University); Marjorie Albohm, MS,ATC, LAT (Orthoindy and the IndianaOrthopaedic Hospital); Ann Berry, ATC(Tri-Rehab, Inc.)Presider: Dwayne Sackman, MPA (Illinois StateUniversity)Facilitator: Katrin Wesner, MS, CAPPM(University of North Carolina Wilmington)130 SA211. Men’s Health: WhatMatters? What Works?Room: Crystal C & DCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Discuss methods to assess the healtheducation needs of men.2. List the topics most important for men(and from whose perspective).3. Identify successful curriculum activitiesfor teaching men’s health topics.4. Describe the issues of idealized bodyshapes and sizes in college age men.Presenter(s): Paul Schadler, MD, and StevenRissman, ND (Metropolitan State College ofDenver)Presider: Nancy Anderson, RN-C (College ofWooster)Facilitator: Carl Shaner, RN, MSN (PennsylvaniaCollege of Technology)131 SA212. Hot Topics: Mental HealthRoom: Crystal J1CME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:0 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Identify emerging mental health issuesthat may require professional interventionor administrative response.2. Discuss effective programs and/or interventionsthat have been used on variouscollege campuses.Presenter(s): Michael Haberecht, MD (StanfordUniversity)Presider: Janell Kalifey-Ayad, MSW, LCSW(Tulane University)Facilitator: Joy Wyatt, PhD (Case WesternReserve University)132 SA220. The Culture of Obesity: ACultural Studies Inquiry into ObesityFactors in the University SettingRoom: New York & New OrleansCME:0 AAFP-P:0 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:0 NBCC:0 PhCE:0The attendee should be able to:1. Define the university administration’srole in creating an anti-obesityenvironment.2. Describe how the environment representsthe student in light of obesityepidemic.3. Discuss the health curriculum.Presenter(s): Bridget Melton, EdD (GeorgiaSouthern University)Presider: Margaret Potts, FNP (LongwoodUniversity)Facilitator: Frances Fayish, CRNP (CaliforniaUniversity of Pennsylvania)Presenter HandoutsAsk the speakers at the presentations you attend if they plan to submit their materialsfor ACHA website inclusion. Attendees who are ACHA members can download thematerials from www.acha.org after July 18.58


Partners Under the PalmsSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSSATURDAY General Sessions10:00 AM - 12:00 PM133 SA247. Presidential Session: TheSpread of Obesity in Social NetworksRoom: Crystal J2Sponsored in part by the American CollegeHealth Foundation Ayers/Battle/ThomasDiversity FundCME:1.5 AAFP-P:1.5 CH:1.5 CECH:1.5 PsyCE:1.5 NBCC:1.5PhCE:1.5 contact hours (program no. 067-999-08-017-L04-P)The attendee should be able to:1. Describe how social networks arestudied.2. Describe how obesity might “spread”from person to person.3. Describe the policy implications of interpersonalhealth effects.Presenter(s): Nicholas Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH(Harvard Medical School)Presider: Lesley Sacher, MHA, FACHE, FACHA(Florida State University)Islands of Adventure at Universal Orlandowww.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program59


Partners Under the PalmsL = Foundations of Leadership TrackSee the Foundations of Leadership certificate application for the complete list ofdesignated events and sessions. A description of the program is on page 14.SJ = Social Justice Track18:00 AM-12:00 PMSESSION INDEXCONTINUING EDUCATION (see page 27)L SJ CME AAFP-P CH CECH PsyCE NBCC PhCEorAAFP-ETUESDAY, JUNE 3, 2008Leadership Day 2008: Partnering Under the Palms ✔ 4 3.75 4 4 4 4 012:15 PM-1:15 PM2 The Healing Power of Humor 1 1 1 1 1 1 01:30 PM-3:30 PM3 Increasing the Joy, Laughter and Fun at Work: Developing a Plan of Action 0 0 2 2 0 0 04568:00 AM-9:30 PMWEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008Continuing Education Workshop for Affiliate and Institutional ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Program Planners10:00 AM-11:45 AMOpening General Session: The Obesity Epidemic: Challenges and ✔ ✔ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1Opportunities in Creating a Healthier Nation1:45 PM-5:15 PMNurse Director’s Workshop: What Are You Working With? 0 0 3 0 0 0 071:45 PM-3:15 PMAdult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Update 2008 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 1.58 Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing, Treatment and Prevention Counseling: ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0A Collaborative Program Between a Large, Urban University and a CountyHealth Department9 Pandemic Planning Update ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 010 When Apathy Kills: Meningitis on Campus 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 011 Health Education Meets Prime Time 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 012 Preventing Suicide Among College Students: Using the Public Health Model ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 013to Reduce RiskConcrete Initiatives in Collaborative Care: Integrated Efforts Between 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 014Health Promotion, Counseling and Primary CareSelf-Insuring a Mandatory Student Medical Insurance Plan 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 015 Commitment to Diversity: Moving from Welcoming and Appreciation to ✔ 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 016Integration and ActualizationBrief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) for 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 017Various High-risk Student Populations: Recruitment, Implementation andEvaluation StrategiesMultidisciplinary Treatment of Obesity: Lessons from Duke ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program61


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSESSION INDEXL = Foundations of Leadership TrackSee the Foundations of Leadership certificate application for the complete list ofdesignated events and sessions. A description of the program is on page 14.SJ = Social Justice TrackCONTINUING EDUCATION (see page 27)L SJ CME AAFP-P CH CECH PsyCE NBCC PhCEorAAFP-EWEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 20083:45 PM-5:15 PM18 Role of College Health in Preconception Care 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 019 Utilizing a Psychiatric Pharmacy Specialist in a College Health Setting 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 1.520 HIPAA from Step 1 ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 021 Health Through the Years — A Comprehensive Look at College Women’s ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 022Health at the University of San DiegoEmerging Health Promotion Professionals: A Guide for Students Seeking 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 023Careers in College Health PromotionSpiritual Issues in the Context of LGBT Health ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 024 How to Hire the Best Health Promotion Staff ✔ ✔ 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 025 Advocacy Coalition: An Update on the Deficit Reduction Act ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 026 Men’s Health: Zebras in the College Population ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 027 Updates in College Health: A Review of the Literature ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 028 Acts of Terror and Mercy: Reflections on the Events of 4/16 at Virginia Tech ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 029 Campus Violence: Research and Empowerment Showcase 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 20088:00 AM-9:30 AM30 30 Hot Topics: Clinical Medicine 2008 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 031 AAAHC Accreditation: Application to Decision 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 032 Have the Sex You Tell Your Friends You Have: Condom Advertising in the 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 03321st CenturyBreast Health, Cancerous and Non-Cancerous Breast Issues ✔ 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 034 Healthy Approaches to Weight Management: Columbia University’s 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 035Collaborative InitiativeA Social Ecological Framework for Addressing Student Stress ✔ ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 036 Applying Toyota “LEAN” Principles to Student Health: A Case Study 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 037 Healthy Campus 2010 Midcourse Review and Its Application ✔ ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 038 Pharmacy Hot Topic: Tobacco Cessation 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 1.539 Improving the Use of Health Services Among College Students Through 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 040Outreach ProjectsPartnering to Respond to At-risk Students: Administrators, Clinicians and ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 041CounselEat Right, Feel Good, Work Great 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 062


Partners Under the PalmsL = Foundations of Leadership TrackSee the Foundations of Leadership certificate application for the complete list ofdesignated events and sessions. A description of the program is on page 14.SJ = Social Justice Track42434445464748495051525310:00 AM-11:30 AMSESSION INDEXCONTINUING EDUCATION (see page 27)L SJ CME AAFP-P CH CECH PsyCE NBCC PhCEorAAFP-ETHURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2008Health Hazards Associated with Obesity ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Presidential Session: History of College Health in the United States ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Optimizing Psychotropic Medication Therapy: Understanding Drug Intolerability 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5A Campus Strategy for Enhancing Health Care and Reducing Student Fees 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Through Contracted ManagementACHA/ANCC Partners in College Health Nursing: The Recognition Process 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 0Prescriptive Practice Regulations for Physicians and Mid-level Practitioners 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 0Stress and Burnout Management Strategies for Health Promotion Professionals 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Vulnerable Students: Who are They and What Interventions are Appropriate ✔ 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Programming With Purpose: Effective Ways To Reach Your Campus Community ✔ 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Emerging Issues Regarding HIPAA/FERPA ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Shifting the Paradigm: Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Update 2008: Targeted Testing for Tuberculosis in College and University ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Students1:45 PM-3:15 PM54 Performance Enhancing Substances in College Athletes ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.555 Working with Troubled Students: Reflections on Campus Tragedies, Clinical ✔ ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 056and Administrative IssuesHow to Publish in the Journal of American College Health ✔ 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 057 Mental Health Best Practices Task Force: Exploring the Integration of Health 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 058and Counseling CentersMedical Grand Rounds 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 059 HIV: College Prevalence, Barriers to Testing and the Continued Importance ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 060of PreventionLet’s Use Social Marketing — Why Let the Devil Have All the Best Tunes? 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 061 A National Agenda for Student Health in Higher Education ✔ ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 062 I’m the New Director — Now What? ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 063 HIV Prevention Counseling: Student to Student ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 064 Unhealthy Dieting Behaviors and Their Link to Obesity and Eating Disorders ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 065 Anatomy of a Quality Improvement Study 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 066 Implementing the ACHA-NCHA: What New Users Need to Know ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program63


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSESSION INDEXL = Foundations of Leadership TrackSee the Foundations of Leadership certificate application for the complete list ofdesignated events and sessions. A description of the program is on page 14.SJ = Social Justice Track6768697071727374757677783:45 PM-5:15 PMCONTINUING EDUCATION (see page 27)L SJ CME AAFP-P CH CECH PsyCE NBCC PhCEorAAFP-ETHURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2008An Administrative Prep — Getting Your Organization Ready for an EMR ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 1.5 0Binge Eating Disorder or Obesity: That is the Question 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0ADHD: A Team Approach 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 0Diabetes: 2008 Update ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 1.5Ethics in Daily Practice: Physical Health, Mental Health, and Health Education ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Hot Topics: Administration 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Missed Diagnoses: Using Cognitive Psychology to Examine Two Cases 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 0War on the I-4: Florida’s Approach to Tackling High-risk Drinking on Campus 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Stress: The Number One Academic Impediment...Where Do We Go From Here? 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Genital Dermatology 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 0How College Students Find Sexual Health Information on the Internet 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0Eat Right, Feel Good, Look Great 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 0FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 20088:00 AM-9:30 AM79 Rapid Access to College Mental Health Services: A Telephone Triage System 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 080 Sudden Death and Other Cardiovascular Risks of Commonly Used Medications 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 1.581 Pulling It All Together: Working Together to Implement Mandatory Insurance 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 082and Third Party BillingCops and College Health: Partnering To Meet the Needs of Sexual ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 083Assault VictimsBreaking Down the Barriers: Helping International Students Understand ✔ ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 084and Successfully Navigate our Healthcare SystemPeer 2 Peer: Learning Together for Fitness 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 085 Evaluating Sexual Health Needs of Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 086 Improving the Identification and Treatment of Depression in College Health, ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 087Part I: Depression Collaborative Research Data FindingsUpdate on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 088 Strengthening Our Student Health Insurance/Benefit Programs ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 089 Obesity and Health: A 2008 Scientific Update — Separating Rhetoric ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0from Reality64


Partners Under the PalmsL = Foundations of Leadership TrackSee the Foundations of Leadership certificate application for the complete list ofdesignated events and sessions. A description of the program is on page 14.SJ = Social Justice TrackEmotional Intelligence in Higher Education: Implications for Retention, 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Student Development and Leadership Programs, and Risk-based Behaviors65Final Programwww.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08SESSION INDEXCONTINUING EDUCATION (see page 27)L SJ CME AAFP-P CH CECH PsyCE NBCC PhCEorAAFP-EFRIDAY, JUNE 6, 200810:00 AM-11:30 AM90 Collaboration with a Student Group on a Voluntary Meningitis Vaccination 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 091ProgramResearch on Spirituality, Religion and Student Health ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 092 So You Need a New Health Center: Identifying Needs, Exploring Opportunities ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 093and Developing PartnershipsContraception Update 2008 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 1.594 Options in Bariatric Surgery: What’s Right for Your Client? 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 095 Potential Student Initiated Violence and the College Health Professional’s 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 096ResponsiblitiesCampus-wide Collaboration for Reducing Student Distress 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 097 Health Promotion Approaches to Addressing Obesity and Physical Fitness ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 098on Campus: A Three Campus PanelBagels & Lox for Students & Docs 0 0 0 0 0 0 099 Epidemiology and Management of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0100Aureus in the CommunityImproving the Identification and Treatment of Depression in College Health, 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Part II: Implementing the Depression Collaborative11:45 AM-1:15 PM101 Dorosin Memorial Lecture: Homicide-Suicide ✔ 1 1 1 1 1 1 01:45 PM-3:15 PM102 Obesity — A General Practitioner’s Personal Perspective 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0103 Assessing the Effectiveness of Stress Coping Mechanisms Employed by 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 0104College StudentsName That Bug 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0105 For the Athlete: Where’s the Nutrition in Nutritional/Dietary Supplements? ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 1.5106 Students at Risk (S.T.A.R.s) 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0107 Abnormal Paps: New Guidelines for Management and Evidence-based 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0108Answers to Patients’ QuestionsTrend Analysis in Tobacco Use, Prevention and Control Among College 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0109Students, 2000-2006Recognizing and Responding to Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0110 Chatty Clinicians: Does Self-disclosure Really Help Patients? 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0111 Issues in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0112 Brief Interventions for High-risk Drinking, Part 1: Evidence-based Practice ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0for Clinicians and Counselors113


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSESSION INDEXL = Foundations of Leadership TrackSee the Foundations of Leadership certificate application for the complete list ofdesignated events and sessions. A description of the program is on page 14.SJ = Social Justice TrackCONTINUING EDUCATION (see page 27)L SJ CME AAFP-P CH CECH PsyCE NBCC PhCEorAAFP-EFRIDAY, JUNE 6, 20083:45 PM-5:15 PM114 Collaborative Proactive Model of Campus Crisis Management 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0115 Health Implications of Chronic Marijuana Use 0 0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0116 Atypical HPV Infections (Male/Anal/Oral): Advances in Knowledge ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 1.5117 Hot Topics: Health Promotion 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0118 Preparing Students for Study Abroad 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0119 Benchmarking Committee — 2008 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0120 Developing Web-based Health Promotion Interventions ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0121 Brief Interventions for High-risk Drinking, Part 2: Multidisciplinary “Hands-on” ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0Skills Training and Implementation Strategies122 Risk Assessment for Violence ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 20088:00 AM-9:30 AM123 Using Students to Reach Students: The Role of Peer Advocacy in Promoting 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0124Mental Health on CampusUnderstanding STDs in Women Who Partner With Women: The Truth About ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0125Transmission and TreatmentBuilding a Response Continuum for Students in Distress 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0126 Group A Strep: More Than Throat Infections 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 1.5127 Pay For Performance in College Health: A Pilot Program to Align Strategic 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 0128Objectives with Provider SalariesACHA-NCHA Town Meeting 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0129 Partnering for Enhanced Services and Efficiencies: Student Health Centers 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0130and Athletic TrainersMen’s Health: What Matters? What Works? ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 0 0131 Hot Topics: Mental Health 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 1.5 1.5 0132 The Culture of Obesity: A Cultural Studies Inquiry into Obesity Factors in the ✔ 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0University Setting10:00 AM-12:00 PM133 Presidential Session: The Spread of Obesity in Social Networks ✔ ✔ 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.566


Partners Under the PalmsPRESENTERS DIRECTORYAMERICAN COLLEGE HEALTH ASSOCIATION SPEAKER DISCLOSURE STATEMENTCurrent guidelines require that participants in continuing education activities be madeaware of 1) any relationships between speakers and commercial entities, 2) discussionof off-label uses of medications and/or devices, and 3) any limitations in data cited.Through the Call for Programs process, speakers were asked to complete conflict ofinterest statements regarding relationships with commercial entities. Speakers will beasked to verbally disclose whether they will be addressing any off-label uses of medicationsand/or devices. They will also be asked to address any limitations in data cited.The following presenters have indicated that they have relationships with commercialentities to disclose:John Vanin, MD, has disclosed thathe is on a Speakers Bureaus withGlaxoSmithKline.7Charles Caley, PharmD, BCPP, hasdisclosed that he serves on Eli Lilly’sPharmD Board.19, 44Stephen Caulfield, MSW, has disclosedthat he is employed by Aetna StudentHealth.49Mary Hoban, PhD, CHES, has disclosedthat she is employed by the AmericanCollege Health Association.65Sea World OrlandoVictor Leino, PhD, has disclosed that heis employed by the American CollegeHealth Association.65Libby Edwards, MD, has disclosed thatshe has received research support fromAmgen and Genentech, is on SpeakersBureaus with Graceway and Astellas, is aconsultant for Graceway, and is receiveinghonoraria from ACHA through anunrestricted educational grant fromPharmaDerm, a division of Nycomed, U.S.76Henry Chung, MD, has disclosed that heis on Speakers Bureaus with Pfizer andJazz Pharmaceuticals.86JoAnn Romanzi-Herne, MS, APRN, BC,FNP, has disclosed that she is receivinghonoraria from ACHA through an unrestrictededucational grant from Allergan.94Joanna Locke, MD, MPH, has disclosedthat she is employed by the JEDFoundation, which receives unrestrictededucational grants from various pharmaceuticalcompanies.96Presenter HandoutsAsk the speakers at the presentations you attend if they plan to submit their materialsfor ACHA website inclusion. Attendees who are ACHA members can download thematerials from www.acha.org after July 18. This is particularly helpful when speakersrun out of handouts at the meeting.All other speakers listed in this program haveindicated that they have no relationship withcommercial entities to disclose.AGina Baral Abrams, MPH, LSW, CHESPrinceton UniversityPrinceton, NJ24, 48, 117Marjorie Albohm, MS, ATC, LATOrthoindy and the Indiana OrthopaedicHospitalIndianapolis, IN129Sharon AmbroseHarvard UniversityCambridge, MA83Keith Anderson, PhDRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTroy, NY57Nancy Anderson, RN-CCollege of WoosterWooster, OH6David Assee, BBA, MSCEFlorida International UniversityMiami, FL20BJake Baggott, MLSSouthern Illinois University at CarbondaleCarbondale, IL14, 88, 95Maura Bairley, MAColumbia UniversityNew York, NY29Tina Baker, MSUniversity of FloridaGainesville, FL75Anita Barkin, DrPH, CRNPCarnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburgh, PA9Alan Barnes, MDCMUniversity of FloridaGainesville, FL111www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program69


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGPRESENTERS DIRECTORYBMoises Baron, PhDUniversity of San DiegoSan Diego, CA125Donna Barry, RN, MSN, APN-C, FN-CSAMontclair State UniversityMontclair, NJ29, 82Oscar Battle, Jr., DPA, MA, MPHSan Jose State UniversityMorgan Hill, CA15Rebecca BeauregardUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT50, 63Alison Beaver, MEd, CHESUniversity of VirginiaCharlottesville, VA24Sandra BentleyUniversity of MississippiUniversity, MS38Andrew Berger, PhD, ABPPFarmingdale State CollegeFarmingdale, NY114Ann Berry, ATCTri-Rehab, Inc.Dearborn, MI129Susan Boswell, EdDJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore, MD96Mary Ellen Bovino, RNColumbia UniversityNew York, NY126Jennifer Boyle, PhD, MSState University of New York at BrockportBrockport, NY84David Braun, MDUniversity of IowaIowa City, IA6270Amy Bruno, MSNSuffolk UniversityProvidence, RI115Eric Buhi, MPH, PhD, CHESUniversity of South FloridaTampa, FL77Michelle Burcin, MPH, PhDUniversity of South Carolina-ColumbiaColumbia, SC48, 97Stephanie Burke, MHAFashion Institute and TechnologyNew York, NY39Cynthia Burwell, EdD, CHESNorfolk State UniversityNorfolk, VA37, 97Adam BusuttilMeningitis Foundation of AmericaIndianapolis, IN10CAlice Cahill, MS, MPH, MSN, MASilver Spring, MD1Charles Caley, PharmD, BCPPUniversity of ConnecticutHartford, CT19, 44Brian Caplan, MDUniversity of Texas at ArlingtonArlington, TX102Richard Carmona, MD, MPH, FACSCanyon RanchTucson, AZ5Rosemary Caron, PhDUniversity of New HampshireDurham, NH108Tobie Caron, PA-CSuffolk UniversityBoston, MA33Joetta Carr, PhDWestern Michigan UniversityKalamazoo, MO52Travis CatonThe University of Texas at AustinAustin, TX98Stephen Caulfield, MSWAetna Student HealthCambridge, MA49Paul CellMontclair State UniversityMontclair, NJ82Theresa Cerulli, MDADD Health and Wellness CentersNorth Andover, MA69Kanitta Charoensiri, DOVirgnia TechBlacksburg, VA28Daniel Chiarilli, MAColumbia UniversityNew York, NY85Calvin Chin, PhDColumbia UniversityNew York, NY79Nicholas Christakis, MD, PhD, MPHHarvard Medical SchoolBoston, MA133


Partners Under the PalmsPRESENTERS DIRECTORYCWilliam Christmas, MDDuke University Health Care SystemTaos, NM43Henry Chung, MDNew York UniversityNew York, NY86Carlo Ciotoli, MD, MPANew York UniversityNew York, NY73, 127Ted Coleman, MHEd, PhDCalifornia State University-San BernardinoSan Bernardino, CA23Shannon CooneyUniversity of WyomingLaramie, WY12Janet Corson-Rikert, MDCornell UniversityIthaca, NY13David Cozzens, PhDUniversity of WyomingLaramie, WY12Rachel CraneUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City , UT50, 63Connie Crihfield, MSN, CRNPCase Western Reserve UniversityCleveland, OH43DEllen Daley, PhD, MPHUniversity of South FloridaTampa, FL77Eleanor Davidson, MDCase Western Reserve UniversityCleveland, OH4, 73, 100, 110Jamie Davidson, PhDUniversity of Nevada-Las VegasLas Vegas, NV57Carol Day, BSN, MNGeorgetown UniversityWashington, DC113Gloria DeFulvio, PhDUniversity of Massachusetts-AmherstAmherst, MA16Michael Deichen, MDUniversity of Central FloridaOrlando, FL59Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, CHESSalisbury UniversitySalisbury, MD37, 129Sharon Dittman, MDiv, CHESCornell UniversityIthaca, NY13John Dorman, MDStanford UniversityStanford, CA27, 58Laurie DusselierIowa State UniversityAmes, IA37ELena Edmunds, MPH, CHESUniversity of WyomingLaramie, WY12Libby Edwards, MDMid-Charlotte Dermatology and ResearchCharlotte, NC76Gregory Eells, PhDCornell UniversityIthaca, NY13, 55Glenn Egelman, MD, FACPBowling Green State UniversityBowling Green, OH36Edward Ehlinger, MDUniversity of Minnesota-MinneapolisMinneapolis, MN18Richard Eichler, PhDColumbia UniversityNew York, NY79Howard Eisenson, MDDuke UniversityDurham, NC17Patricia Ellis, FNP, MSSt. Lawrence UniversityCanton, NY100Brittany EstradaUniversity of San DiegoSan Diego, CA21Linda Everson, RNUniversity of Puget SoundTaacoma, WA96FRobert Fairneny, BSBA, CPAControlled Substance Security Consultants,Inc.Boston, MA47Diane Fedorchak, MEdUniversity of Massachusetts-AmherstAmherst, MA16Reginald Fennell, PhD, CHESMiami UniversityOxford, OH56Marcy Ferdschneider, DOColumbia UniversityNew York, NY34, 126Richard FerraroVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA28Jane Fischer, MAUniversity at BuffaloBuffalo, NY8Marvin FischerFarmingdale State CollegeFarmingdale, NY114www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program71


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGPRESENTERS DIRECTORYFChristopher Flynn, PhDVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA28Deborah Frank, MS, RNSyracuse UniversitySyracuse, NY109, 124Hollie Fuhrmann, MAUniversity of South FloridaTampa, FL77GMelody Gibson, RHIAUniversity of North Carolina-Chapel HillChapel Hill, NC20Jason GillmanUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT50, 63Peggy Glider, PhDUniversity of ArizonaTucson, AZ16Rachel Gorwitz, MDCenters for Disease Control and PreventionAtlanta, GA99Ted Grace, MD, MPHThe Ohio State UniversityColumbus, OH43, 56Helen Graf, PhDGeorgia Southern UniversityStatesboro, GA103Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA, CHES, HFICalifornia State Polytechnic University-PomonaArlington, VA37, 49, 60, 75Paul Grossberg, MDUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMadison, WI112, 121HMichael Haberecht, MDStanford UniversityStanford, CA131Tom Hall, MSWUniversity of Central FloridaOrlando, FL74Melissa HalterUniversity of San DiegoSan Diego, CA21Barbara Ann Harmer, BSN, MHAAAAHC, Inc.Vero Beach, FL31Ollie Harper, RNC, WHCNPJackson State UniversityJackson, MS6Rebecca HarringtonState University of New York at OneontaOneonta, NY29Jennifer Haubenreiser, MAMontana State UniversityBozeman, MT48, 117James Helsley, MDWest Virginia UniversityMorgantown, WV7Robert Hetzel, PhD, MBS, MS, BBAUniversity of Northern ColoradoGreeley, CO45Margaret Higham, MDTufts UniversityBoston, MA73Marc Hiller, DrPHUniversity of New HampshireDurham, NH71, 108Joy Himmel, PsyD, APRN BC, LPC, NCCPennsylvania State University-AltoonaAltoona, PA57Mary Hoban, PhD, CHESAmerican College Health AssociationBaltimore, MD25, 66, 128Susan Hochman, MPHColumbia UniversityNew York, NY22, 35John Hoeppel, PhDNortheastern Illinois UniversityChicago, IL96Barbara Hoffman, MSN, CNPBowling Green State UniversityBowling Green, OH36Stephen Hsu, MD, PhDUniversity of FloridaGainesville, FL111JSue JacksonUniversity of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN88Theresa Jackson, PhDTowson UniversityBaltimore, MD128James Jacobs, MD, PhDSyracuse UniversitySyracuse, NY65, 116Michelle Jacobs, MDUniversity of FloridaGainesville, FL111Victoria Judd, MD, MBAUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT30, 42, 71, 80KMelissa Kenzig, MSPH, CHESColumbia UniversityNew York, NY61William Kernan, EdD, MS, MPAColumbia University Medical CenterNew York, NY3572


Partners Under the PalmsPRESENTERS DIRECTORYKTerri Kersch, CHES, CPPRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTroy, NY29, 52Patricia Ketcham, PhDOregon State UniversityCorvallis, OR128Joan Kiel, PhD, CHPSDuquesne UniversityPittsburgh, PA20Patrick Kilcarr, PhDGeorgetown UniversityWashington, DC113Jason Kilmer, PhDUniversity of Washington and EvergreenState UniversityOlympia, WA112, 121Susan Kirby, MSUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT118Michael Klein, PhDNew York UniversityNew York, NY86Arthur Klossner, PA-C, MS, MA, MBASuffolk UniversityBoston, MA26, 33Laura Knoblauch, MBA, RHIAIllinois State UniversityNormal, IL20John Kolligian, PhDPrinceton University Health ServicesPrinceton, NJ100Carol Perkins Kozel, RNUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillChapel Hill, NC46Dorothy Kozlowski, NP-C, MSNRutgers UniversityNew Brunswick, NJ46David Kraft, MD, MPHAmherst, MA43Michael Kurland, MSPHUniversity of ConnecticutStorrs, CT19Katherine Kyle, MSManhattan CollegeRiverdale, NY91Sea World OrlandoLDavid Laflamme, PhDUniversity of New HampshireDurham, NH108Justin Laird, PhD, MSEdColumbia UniversityNew York, NY34, 120Daryl Lapp, JDEdwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLPBoston, MA40Ann Laros, MDUniversity of IowaIowa City, IA87, 93Kristin LathropColumbia UniversityNew York, NY34Deanna Latson, MA, CNNGood Thinking Co.Encinitas, CA41, 78E. Victor Leino, PhDAmerican College Health AssociationBaltimore, MD66, 128Heather Lindstrom, PhDErie County Department of HealthBuffalo, NY8Sally Linowski, PhDUniversity of Massachusetts-AmherstAmherst, MA16Joanna Locke, MD, MPHJed FoundationNew York, NY96Deanna LoweryHeldref Publishing CompanyWashington, DC56Linda Lundergan, MD, MPHUniversity of ArizonaTucson, AZ16Valerie Lyon, MHACornell UniversityIthaca, NY88MJames MacDonald, MDUniversity of California-Santa Cruz andChildren’s Hospital BostonCambridge, MA54Kathleen MacLachlan, MS, APRN-BCSyracuse UniversitySyracuse, NY4, 116Kelly Madison, MAMeningitis Foundation of AmericaIndianapolis, IN10Alison MalmonActive Minds, Inc.Washington, DC123Mike Malmon-Berg, PhDCollege of WoosterWooster, OH4www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program73


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGPRESENTERS DIRECTORYMSusan Mancuso, BSN, MSN, FNPUniversity at BuffaloBuffalo, NY8Allan Markus, MD, MS, MBA, FACPArizona State UniversityTempe, AZ90Edward Marley, AIASwaim Associates, Ltd. ArchitectsTucson, AZ92Sarah Mart, MS, MPHSyracuse UniversitySyracuse, NY61Dennis Martell, PhDMichigan State UniversityE. Lansing, MI97Alejandro Martinez, PhDStanford UniversityStanford, CA128Peter Mastroianni, MAUniversity of Central FloridaOrlando, FL59, 75Craig Mattern, PhDState University of New York at BrockportBrockport, NY84Madonna McDermott, MS, RN-C, MPAUniversity of St. ThomasSt. Paul, MN81Carmine McDonald, RNUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT118Cindy McGahey, MBAUniversity of New HampshireDurham, NH88Michael McNeilColumbia UniversityNew York, NY43Amy Melichar, MEd, CHESMarquette UniversityMilwaukee, WI24, 117Bridget Melton, EdDGeorgia Southern UniversityStatesboro, GA103, 132Anne Miller, RN, NP, MSFashion Institute of TechnologyNew York, NY39Dana Mills, MPHMarquette UniversityMilwaukee, WI88, 119John Miner, MDWilliams CollegeWilliamstown, MA40, 110Ismail MitchellUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUrbana, IL11Michelle Mosberger, MSDuke UniversityDurham, NC17Karen Moses, MS, RD, CHESArizona State UniversityTempe, AZ12, 96Richard Moss, MBANew York UniversityNew York, NY127Lynette Mundey, MDHoward UniversityWashington, DC49Paul Myers, PhDUniversity of PortlandPortland, OR71, 91ORick O’Keefe, MDColumbia UniversityNew York, NY85Shane Owens, PhDFarmingdale State CollegeFarmingdale, NY114PJoana Pabedinskas, PhDArizona State UniversityTempe, AZ12John Pakstis, PhDUniversity of Massachusetts-LowellLowell, MA106Robert Palinkas, MDUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUrbana, IL11, 104James Parker, PhDTrent UniversityPeterborough, ON113Dhara PatelThe University of Texas at AustinAustin, TX98Eric Patterson, MBANational Center for Drug Free SportKansas City, MO105Doreen Perez, MS, RN-BCUniversity of North FloridaJacksonville, FL46Peter Perlman, MSWDuke UniversityDurham, NC17Ruth Ann Petzinger, MS, RN, APN-C, CDESouthport, NC70Laura Pinsky, LCSWColumbia UniversityNew York, NY85Elisabetta Politi, MPHDuke UniversityDurham, NC1774


Partners Under the PalmsPRESENTERS DIRECTORYQNancy Quattrocchi, MS, APRN-BC, ANPUniversity of Massachusetts-LowellLowell, MA106Susan Quillan, RN, NP, MSNUniversity of California-Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA75RRebecca RaubArizona State UniversityTempe, AZ90Holly Rayko, MA, MPHUniversity of South FloridaTampa, FL74Phillip Resnick, MDCase Western Reserve UniversityCleveland, OH101, 122Lynn Reyes, MSWUniversity of ArizonaTucson, AZ16Kimberly Rice, MSWUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUrbana, IL11Steven Rissman, NDMetropolitan State College of DenverDenver, CO130Stuart Robertshaw, MS, PhD, JDNational Association for the HumorImpairedLa Crosse, WI2, 3Cathy Robinson-PickettFlorida Southern CollegeLakeland, FL59Jon Robison, PhD, MSMichigan State UniversityOkemos, MI89, 97Ray Rodriguez, CHESIowa State UniversityAmes, IA71JoAnn Romanzi-Herne, MS, APRN, BC, FNPCrouse Hospital School of NursingSyracuse, NY94LeRoy RookerU.S. Department of EducationWashington, DC51SDwayne Sackman, MPAIllinois State UniversityNormal, IL62Kathy Saichuk, MA, CHESLouisiana State UniversityBaton Rouge, LA4Paul Schadler, MDMetropolitan State College of DenverDenver, CO130James Schaus, MDUniversity of Central FloridaOrlando, FL112, 121Ferdinand Schlapper, MSBoise State UniversityBoise, ID88Mary Alice Serafini, MAUniversity of ArkansasFayetteville, AR25Samuel Seward, MDColumbia UniversityNew York, NY27, 85, 126Richard Sipp, MBABowling Green State UniversityBowling Green, OH36Alan Sofalvi, PhD, CHESState University of New YorkCortland, NY32Kimberly Spading, BSPharmUniversity of IowaIowa City, IA93Victoria SvobodaUniversity of St.ThomasSt. Paul, MN81TMinnie Taw, MDColumbia UniversityNew York, NY34April Taylor, LPNSyracuse UniversitySyracuse, NY124Ina TsagarakisColumbia UniversityNew York, NY34Spence Turner, MD, MSFernandina Beach, FL43VSarah Van Orman, MDUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMadison, WI27, 119Nianne VanFleet, RN, MS, BCCornell UniversityIthaca, NY13Derek VanhilleUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT50, 63www.acha.org/AnnualMeeting08Final Program75


ACHA 2008 ANNUAL MEETINGSCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTSVJohn Vanin, MDWest Virginia UniversityMorgantown, WV7Peggy Veeser, EdD, APRN, BC, FACHA,FAANPUniversity of TennesseeMemphis, TN56Andrew Vernon, MD, MHSCenters for Disease Control and PreventionAtlanta, GA53Cindy VetterUniversity of Northern ColoradoGreeley, CO45WJennifer Waldrop, MPH, RDSan Jose State UniversitySan Jose, CA64Maryann Walsh, RNStony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY75Robert Ward, MSAmerican College Health AssociationBaltimore, MD52Katrin Wesner, MS, CAPPMUniversity of North Carolina WilmingtonWilmington, NC72Jonna Whitman, MDVanderbilt UniversityNashville, TN107Mary Wilfert, MEd, CHESNational Collegiate Athletic AssociationIndianapolis, IN105Deloise Williams, RN, ADNLincoln UniversityJefferson City, MO6Linda WilsonNorth Carolina Agricultural and TechnicalState UniversityGreensboro, NC72Valeska Wilson, MAUniversity of Central FloridaOrlando, FL75Joy Wyatt, PhDCase Western Reserve UniversityCleveland, OH57, 68YJames Yankech, MSUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnLincoln, NE6776


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