Agricultural Medicine Workshop-POSTPONED
          

When

Thursday October 24, 2013 at 8:00 AM CDT
-to-
Friday October 25, 2013 at 1:00 PM CDT

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Where

The University of Texas Health Science Center 
UT School of Public Health- San Antonio Campus
One Technology Center
7411 John Smith Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229
 

 

 

Hotel

Courtyard by Marriott
8585 Marriott Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229-3217

Rates: $85/room (Double or King)
Reservations: 800.321.2211
Reference: Agromedicine Workshop
Last day to reserve at this rate is October 2, 2013

  

Workshop Resources

Workshop Agenda
Speaker Bios

Contact

Amanda Wickman
UT Health Science Center  at Tyler
903.877.5998
amanda.wickman@uthct.edu

Michelle Harris 
UT Health Science Center at Tyler
903.877.5636 
  

* CME

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler is accredited by the Texas Medical Association to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.

 The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler designates this live activity for a maximum of
10.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits TM.   
Participants should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler presents a 12-hour training program in Agromedicine!  Hundreds of rural physicians, veterinarians and healthcare professionals have attended this training program over the last 40 years.  Originally developed by Iowa's Center for Agricultural Safety and Health (I-CASH), it has been enhanced to reflect the distinct essence of Texas and taught by regional faculty, as well as the program's pioneer, Dr. Kelly Donham.

The objective of this program is to train a broad array of health providers with the basics of anticipation, recognition, diagnosis, treatment, and most importantly, the prevention of occupational and environmental illnesses and injuries within Texas rural and agricultural communities.

* The  Workshop has been approved for 10.0 CME Category 1 credits
           (see information below on CME)

The course will be presented in sunny San Antonio, Texas.  Come enjoy the Alamo and The Riverwalk while learning rural and agricultural medicine. 
Click here for more information about San Antonio: 
http://visitsanantonio.com/

Thursday and Friday, October 24-25, 2013.

 Agromedicine Training Agenda

Thursday, October 24, 2013
 

8:00                Registration
9:00                Introduction and Overview | Dr. Donham
10:00              Physical Factors Affecting Health in Agriculture | Dr. Levin
11:00                                       Break
11:30              Musculoskeletal Diseases in Agriculture  | Dr. Douphrate                                 
12:30                                      Lunch Break
1:30                Acute Agricultural Injuries | Dr. Douphrate
2:30                Zoonotic Diseases:  An Overview | Dr. Wright
3:30                                         
Break
4:00                Veterinary, Biological and Therapeutic Occupational Hazards | Dr. Donham

 Friday, October 25, 2013

8:00                Special Risk Populations in Agricultural Communities | Dr. Casanova
9:00                Agricultural Respiratory Diseases | Dr. Donham
10:00                                       Break
10:30             Health Effects of Agricultural Pesticides | Dr. McDonald
11:30             Agricultural Skin Diseases | Dr. Donham

Special Thanks

 Thanks to support provided by
The UT Health Northeast NIOSH Training Project Grant # t01 OH009221,
The University of Iowa’s I-CASH (Iowa's Center for Agricultural Safety and Health) Building Capacity Project, NIOSH Grant # U50 04007548, Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health,  and
The UT School of Public Health’s Southwest Center of Occupational and Environmental Health, a NIOSH-funded ERC
The Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention and Education CDC/NIOSH
CA# U54-OH07541