Workshop Schedule

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Thursday, November 8, 2012

5:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (CPH 120)

5:00-5:30

Registration

5:30-6:00

Welcome and Introductions

Professor Paul Greenough, Instructor
Professor  Christopher Squier, Director of Global Health Studies

Pakistan Floods and Other Disasters

6:00-6:15

Pakistan’s Worst Flooding Video (3:16)

6:15-7:15

Pakistan Floods of 2010 and 2011

Nusrat Nasab,  
FOCUS, Aga Khan Development Network

 7:15-8:00

Commentary and Group Discussion: Mark Keim and Chad Briggs

8:00-

Breakout Sessions (3)

 

Friday, November 9, 2012

Noon-5:00 p.m. (CPH 120)

University of Iowa Speakers

12:00-12:45

Disaster Preparedness for Special Populations

Professor Marizen Ramirez, College of Public Health
Cara Hamann, CPH graduate student

12:45-1:30

Long Term Recovery for Sri Lanka

Jim Schwab, Urban and Regional Planning

1:30-1:45

Break

Technology and Mass Fatality Management

1:45-2:30

Emergent Use of Social Media:

A New Age of Opportunity for Disaster Resilience

Dr. Mark Keim, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

2:30-3:15

Mass Fatalities Response:  Managing the Physical, Social and Psychological Impact

Peter Teahen, Teahen Funeral Home

3:15-4:00

Integrating Remote Sensing into Emergency Response

Charles Huyck, ImageCat, Inc.

4:00-4:30

Breakout Groups (3)

4:30-5:00

Discussion of Breakout Questions

 

Saturday, November 10, 2012

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (CPH 120)

8:30-9:00

Breakfast in Atrium

9:00-9:30

Tsunami:  Caught on Video, Part 1 (10:00)

Tsunami:  Caught on Video Part 2 (10:00)

Haiti 2010 Earthquake Video (4:07)

9:30-10:15

World Relief, Haiti: Micro and Macro Lessons Learned

Francesco Paganini, World Relief

10:15-11:00

Tsunami Recovery in Sri Lanka

Dennis McGilvray, University of Colorado

11:00-11:30

Lunch

11:30-11:45

Japan Video

11:45-12:30

Fukishima: The Changing Faces of a Forever Disaster

Maureen McCue, Physicians for Social Responsibility

12:30-1:15

Operation Tomodachi in Japan, 2011, and the U.S. Military Role in

Pacific Disaster Planning

Chad Briggs, Minerva Chair of Energy and Security, USAF

1:15-1:30

Break

University of Iowa Student Research Panel: PhD Candidates

1:30-2:00

Humanitarian Aid in the Reconstruction Sector: 
Theoretical and Pragmatic Consideration

Luke Juran, Geography

 

2:00-2:30

Politics of Disasters: Do Natural Disaster Contribute to Government Legitimacy Crisis

Md Zahidul Arefin Choudhury, Political Science

 

2:30-3:00

Humanitarian Assistance After Katrina: Agency, Resilience, and Sustainability

Jennifer Trivedi, Socio-Cultural Anthropology

3:00-3:15

Break

Risk reduction, Disaster Planning, Mitigation

3:15-4:00

Disaster Planning and Risk Reduction

Mark Keim, Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention

4:00-4:45

Hazards and Disasters:  The Vulnerability Perspective

Professor Eric Tate, Geography

4:45-5:00

How can I help?

What students can do?

All Presenters

5:00-5:15

Closing Remarks

Professor Paul Greenough