2014 Presentations

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THURSDAY, MARCH 20

FRIDAY, MARCH 21

THURSDAY, MARCH 20

7:30–8 a.m.

Registration and Breakfast

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8–8:30 a.m.

Welcoming Remarks

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8:30–9:45 a.m.

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

The Aging Crisis in Criminal Justice Healthcare: A Way ForwardBrie Williams, M.D., M.S., University of California, San Francisco

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9:45–10 a.m.

Break

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10–11 a.m.

SEMINARS

S1: Substance Abuse Seminar

Seek, Test, Treat, and Retain: Addressing HIV in the Criminal Justice System — Redonna Chandler, PhD, National Institute on Drug Abuse; David Wohl, MD, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Michael Gordon, DPA, Friends Social Research Center; Sandra Springer, MD, Yale School of Medicine; Shoshana Kahana, PhD, National Institute on Drug Abuse

S2: Mental Health Seminar

Should Mental Health Clinical and Ethical Standards Differ in Correctional Settings? — Kenneth Appelbaum, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Metzner Jeff, MD, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; Robert Trestman, MD, PhD, University of Connecticut

S3: Research Seminar

Developing a Framework for National Data Collection on the Health of Criminal Justice Populations — Ingrid Binswanger, MD, MPH, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

S4: Care Transitions Seminar

Untangling the Barriers to Ethical Communication Between Correctional and Community Health — Bob Greifinger, MD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Shira Shavit, MD, Transitions Clinic Network; Emily Wang, MD, MAS, Primary Care Center; Jim Parsons, MSc, David Cloud, JD, (all) Vera Institute of Justice

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11–11:15 a.m.

Break

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11:15–12:15 p.m.

LECTURES

L1: Substance Abuse Lectures

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Methadone Continuation or Forced Withdrawal in Custody — Josiah Rich, MD MPH, Nickolas Zaller, PhD, Manasa Reddy, (all) The Miriam Hospital

Physicians in Correctional Health Should Be Certified in Addiction Medicine — Kevin Kunz, MD, MPH, Peter Friedman, MD, MPH, (all) American Board of Addiction Medicine

L2: Mental Health/Policy Lectures

Single Cells, Segregated Housing, and Suicide in the NJ DOC — Rusty Reeves, MD, Rutgers University / University Correctional Health Care

Meeting Complex Mental Health Needs of Youthful Offenders — Ohiana Torrealday, PhD, Joseph Penn, MD, (all) UTMB Correctional Managed Care; Rajendra Parikh, MD, MBA, Texas Juvenile Justice Department

L3: Research Lectures

Establishing a Large, Mixed-Methods Cohort of Ex-prisoners in Australia: A Unique and Rich Resource — Stuart Kinner, PhD, University of Melbourne; David Preen, PhD, University of Western Australia; Nick Lennox, MBBS, PhD, Robert Ware, PhD, (all) University of Queensland; Tony Butler, PhD, University of New South Wales; Robert Power, PhD, Burnet Institute

An Examination of the Health History and Clinical Findings of Newly Incarcerated Federal Inmates — Benjamin Brown, RN, DHA, MPA, Elizabeth Dretsch, PhD, Newton Kendig, MD, (all) Federal Bureau of Prisons

L4: Quality Lectures

Strategic Planning to Improve Health Care — Jeff Dickert, PhD, Arthur Brewer, MD, (all) Rutgers University / University Correctional Health Care

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12:15–1 p.m.

Lunch

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1–2 p.m.

S5 - SPECIAL NETWORKING TOPIC MEETINGS

The National Hepatitis Corrections Network: Collaborating for Better HCV Care in Prisons and Jails — Rich Feffer, MS, CCHP, Hepatitis Education Project

Establishing a Global Distributed Data Network to Study Correctional and Post-Release Health Outcomes — Stuart Kinner, PhD, University of Melbourne; Ingrid Binswanger, MD, MPH, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; Simon Forsyth, BA, University of Queensland; David Preen, PhD, University of Western Australia

Correctional Fellowships — David Thomas, MD, JD, NOVA Southeastern University, Division of Correctional Medicine; Robert Trestman, MD, PhD, University of Connecticut; Johnny Wu, MD, UCHC Correctional Managed Care

Client and Systems Issues: Addressing Special Population Health Needs of Justice-Involved Individuals — Faye Taxman, PhD, George Mason University; Dionne Jones, PhD, National Institute on Drug Abuse; Sandra Springer, MD, Yale AIDS Program; Mary Mbaba, MPH, Alese Wooditch, MPP, (all) George Mason University

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2–3 p.m.

PEER SESSIONS

PS1: Substance Abuse Peer Sessions

The Impact of Opioid Substitution Therapy on Mortality Following Release From Prison — Sarah Larney, BSc, PhD, Brown University

Substance abuse, mental health, and post-release services utilization among recently incarcerated HIV positive individuals — Carol Golin, MD

Methadone PTSD: Detoxification From Methadone During Incarceration and Pessimism Toward Methadone Treatment Among Former Inmates — Jeronimo Maradiaga, BA, Albert Einstein College of Medicine / Montefiore Medical Center

Smoking Prevalence in Incarcerated Populations: Review of Data and Cessation Experience From the Connecticut System — Kathleen Maurer, MD, MPH, MBA, Connecticut Department of Correction

PS2: Research Peer Sessions

Utilizing Existing Data Resources to Identify Patients for Targeted Interventions in Jails — Garrett Cox, MPH, Mark Malek, MD, MPH, (all) Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Establishment of the Wisconsin Transitions Study: A Prospective Cohort Study of HIV-Infected State Prison Inmates — Ryan Westergaard, MD, PhD, MPH, Theresa Kuehl, BS, (all) University of Wisconsin - Madison

An Evolving Academic-Correctional Research and Clinical Training Partnership — Michelle Guyton, PhD, ABPP, Pacific University School of Professional Psychology

Humanities-Based Practices as Correctional Mental Health: Reconsidering the Evidence — Alina Bennett, MA, MPH, Institute for the Medical Humanities

S6 - SPECIAL SESSION

Cancer: The New Chronic Disease - Avi B. Markowitz, MD, FACP, Olugbenga B. Ojo, MD, (all) University of Texas Medical Branch

S7 - Seminar: Implementation Science

Improving Implementation of Best Practices in Correctional Settings: An Overview of Conceptualization, Design, and Measurement — Jennifer Pankow, PhD, Danica Knight, PhD, (all) Texas Christian University; Gregory Aarons, PhD, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry; Redonna Chandler, PhD, National Institute on Drug Abuse; Nicolette Duffield, RN, Sheridan Correctional Center

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3–3:15 p.m.

Break

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3:15–4:15 p.m.

PEER SESSIONS

PS3: Juvenile Justice Peer Sessions

Traumatic Brain Injury Among Adolescent Jail Inmates in Rikers Island, NYC: A Mixed Methods Study — Cassandra Ramdath, MA, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

"Keep Them Busy." Parents' and Guardians' Perspectives on Adjudicated Youth Post Correctional Release — Stephanie Hartwell, PhD, University of Massachusetts Boston; Robert Tansi, Research Analyst, Massachusetts Department of Youth Services

PS4: Infectious Disease Peer Sessions

Factors Influencing Engagement in HIV-Related Care Among Former Prisoners: Data From Los Angeles — Nina Harawa, MPH, PhD, Charles Hilliard, PhD, (all) Charles R Drew University of Medicine & Science

Routine Hepatitis C Virus Testing in Prisons in the Era of New Testing Recommendations — Irene Kuo, PhD, George Washington University School Public Health; Ann Kurth, PhD, New York University School of Nursing; Liza Solomon, PhD, Abt Associates; Lauri Bazerman, MS, Josiah Rich, MD, Emily Patry, MPH, (all) The Miriam Hospital / Lifespan; Alice Cates, MPH, George Washington University School Public Health; Curt Beckwith, MD, The Miriam Hospital / Lifespan

Triage of Newly Incarcerated HIV Patients: Improving Care By Identifying Patients Most in Need — Martha Tadesse, MPA, PHN, CCHP, Garrett Cox, MPH, (all) Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department; Sonali Kulkarni, MD, MPH, LA County Public Health; Jenica Ryu, MD, Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center, USC; Mark Malek, MD, MPH, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Risk-Based Testing for HIV at the Los Angeles County Jail — Nazia Qureshi, BS, School of Public Health, UCLA; Martha Tadesse, RN, MPA, Garrett Cox, MPH, Mark Malek, MD, MPH, (all) Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

PS5: Special Populations/Workforce Peer Sessions

An Ethnographic Study of a Supportive Living Environment for Formerly Incarcerated Women and Their Children — Regina Cardaci, MS, PhD(c), City University of New York, Queensborough Community College

A Gender, Trauma, and Motivational Intervention to Improve Healthcare Among Women Drug Court Participants — Diane Morse, MD, Catherine Cerulli, JD, PhD, Precious Bedell, MA, (all) University of Rochester, Psychiatry; Geoffrey Williams, MD, PhD, University of Rochester, Medicine

Exploring Experiences of Formerly Justice-Involved Community Healthcare Workers — Precious Bedell, MA, Diane Morse, MD, (all) University of Rochester, Psychiatry

Complexities of Correctional Health Care Through the Lens of Anthropology — Jennifer Luong, BA, University of Washington

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4:15–4:30 p.m.

Break

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4:30–5:30 p.m.

LECTURES

L5: Juvenile Justice Lectures

Save Money and Get Better Care? Cost-Effective Health Care Delivery in Juvenile Corrections — Rajendra Parikh, MD, Texas Juvenile Justice Department; Joseph Penn, MD, Ohiana Torrealday, PhD, (all) University of Texas Medical Branch

Comparison of Sexual Risk Factors Among Detained and Non-Detained African American Adolescent Girls — Andrea Swartzendruber, MPH, PhD, Rollins School of Public Health; Ralph DiClemente, PhD, Emory University School of Medicine; Amy Fasula, MPH, PhD, Simone Gray, PhD, (all) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Michelle Staples-Horne, MD, MS, MPH, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice

L6: Health Reform Policy Lectures

Healthcare Reform and Former Prisoners: Looking Beyond Medicaid Enrollment to Care Integration in the Community — Brad Brockmann, JD, Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights; Nickolas Zaller, PhD, Dora Dumont, PhD, MPH; Josiah Rich, MD, MPH, (all) The Miriam Hospital / Brown Medical School

Caring for Aging, Ill, and Disabled Inmates in the Nation's Correctional Systems: One State's Experience — Kathleen Maurer, MD, MPH, MBA, Connecticut Department of Correction

L7: Special Populations Lectures

Health Care of Incarcerated Pregnant Women: Implications for Practice and Policy — Regina Cardaci, CNM, MS, PhD(c), City University of New York, Queensborough Community College

L8: Policy Lectures

State Correctional Health Care Expenditures — Matt McKillop, MPP, The Pew Charitable Trusts; Chris Henrichson, MPP, Vera Institute of Justice

Establishing System-Wide Access to Community Treatment: Effective Justice Systems Change Initiatives — Maureen McDonnell, BA, Jac Charlier, BA, (all) TASC, Inc.

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6–7:30 p.m.

RECEPTION

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FRIDAY, MARCH 21

7:30–8:30 a.m.

Breakfast and Networking

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8:30–9:30 a.m.

SEMINARS

S8: Quality Seminar

Getting Better: Using Lean/Six Sigma Methods to Improve Performance in a Correctional Health Care System — Amy Harzke, DrPH, MPH, MDiv, Bryan Schneider, DHA, CCHP, FACHE, FACMPE, Kelly Coates, MBA, (all) University of Texas Medical Branch

S9: Research Seminar

Building Sustainable Research Teams With Correctional Partners — Deborah Shelton, PhD, RN, University of Connecticut School of Medicine; Robert Trestman, MD, PhD, University of Connecticut Health Center; Andrew Cislo, PhD, Megan Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine

S10: Infectious Disease Seminar

Link Into Care Study (LINCS), State-Level Monitoring of HIV+ Releasee Linkgage to Care — Michael Costa, MPH, Abt Associates; Brian Montague, DO, MS, MPH, Miriam Hospital, Division of Infectious Diseases

S11: Substance Abuse Seminar

Opioid Treatment and CJS Settings: Jail-Based and CJ-DATS Intervention — Joshua Lee, MD MSc, Population Health, New York University; Peter Friedmann, MD MPH, Medicine, Health Services, Policy & Practice; David Farabee, PhD, UCLA, Family Medicine Residency; Robert Schwartz, MD, Friends Research Institute; Redonna Chandler, PhD, National Institute on Drug Abuse

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9:30–9:45 a.m.

Break

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9:45–11 a.m.

PLENARY PRESENTATION

Chronic Disease Across the Continuum of Criminal Justice InvolvementIngrid Binswanger, M.D., M.P.H.

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11–11:15 a.m.

Break

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11:15–12:15 p.m.

POSTER SESSION

A Pilot Intervention to Reduce Cocaine and Opiate Use After Release Among HIV+ Adults - Rosemarie Martin, PhD, School of Public Health Brown University; Jennifer Clarke, MD, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island; Curt Beckwith, MD, The Miriam Hospital / Lifespan; Alison Rich, BA, Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Brown

Accessing HIV Treatment in Federal and Provincial Correctional Facilities in Ontario: A Phenomenological Study - Elspeth (Pepi) McTavish, MPH, School of Medicine, Queen’s University

Cafeteria, Commissary, and Cooking: Impact of Prison Foodways on Women?s Incarceration Experience and Health Outcomes - Amy Smoyer, PhD, Yale School of Public Health

Characteristics of HIV+ Offenders Who Remain Compliant with Research Protocols Upon Release From Incarceration - Michele Gould, MPH, Molly McFatrich, MPH, Roxanne Muiruri, MPH, Kevin Knight, PhD, Patrick Flynn, PhD, (all) Texas Christian University; Jessica Carda-Auten, MPH, Carol Golin, MD, David Wohl, MD, (all) UNC Chapel Hill

Health Care Services Provided to Adolescents in Juvenile Facilities - Grace Rowan, PhD, Jennifer Becan, PhD, Wayne Lehman, Ph.D., Danica Knight, Ph.D., Patrick Flynn, Ph.D., (all) Texas Christian University - IBR

Telephone-Based Motivational Interviewing and HIV Medication Adherence Among Recently Released Offenders - Roxanne Muiruri, MPH, Texas Christian University

The Relationship Between Social Support and Antiretroviral Medication Adherence Among Individuals Recently Released from Incarceration - Molly McFatrich, MPH, Roxanne Muiruri, MPH, Michele Gould, MPH, Kevin Knight, PhD, Patrick Flynn, PhD, Texas Christian University; Jessica Carda-Auten, MPH, Carol Golin, MD, David Wohl, MD, (all) UNC Chapel Hill

Workplace Practices and Attitudes Toward Adoption of Evidence Based Practices in Juvenile Justice Settings - Jennifer Becan, PhD, Danica Knight, PhD, Grace Rowan, PhD, Rachel Crawley, MS, Patrick Flynn, PhD, (all) Texas Christian University

Client and Staff Characteristics and Program Change in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs - Wayne Lehman, PhD, Jennifer Becan, PhD, Grace Rowan, PhD, Danica Knight, PhD, Patrick Flynn, PhD, (all) Texas Christian University

Discharge Planning for Offenders with Mental Illness and/or Substance Use Disorders: A Review - Hiroki Toi, MSW, University of Connecticut School of Social Work

Effectiveness of a Co-Pay System In a Correctional Environment - Megan Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP, Deborah Shelton, PhD, RN, NE-BC, CCHP, FAAN, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine; Marc Stern, MD, MPH, University of Washington; Valori Ann Banfi, Andrew Glick, (all) University of Connecticut

Effectiveness of Strengths-Based Case Management to Link HIV Infected Inmates to Medical Care - Tyrone Small, MA, MSW, University of South Carolina School of Medicine

Increasing Access to Substitution Treatment for Soon to be Released Opioid Dependent Users - Alyona Mazhnaya, MS, MPH, Sergey Filippovych, MD, MPH, Zahedul Islam, (all) ICf “International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine”

Medicaid Expansion, Program Development and its Positive Impact on Mental Health Offenders - Tamarra Mason, MA, MBA, Texas Tech University

Medication-Assisted Treatment:  Identifying Predictors to Reduce 'No-Shows' - Julie Gray, PhD, Texas Christian University

Nursing Workforce Development: Partnering for Practice Improvement Through Simulation in Connecticut (HRSA Grant #1D11HP22212-01-00) - Dianne Drobiak, RN, University of Connecticut

Obesity Disparities, Psychosocial Stress, and the Environmental Disorder of Incarceration - Jessica Carrothers, BS, University of Michigan Medical School

Ongoing Analysis of Sleep Apnea Management - Kelly Quijano, MSN, RNBC, James O’Halloran III, DO, Johnny Wu, MD, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine

The Burden of Hepatitis C Viral Infection Among Entrants to Pennsylvania State Prisons, 2004-2012 - Madeline Mahowald, BA, Brown University

Universal Offering of Opt-Out, Rapid HIV Testing in Atlanta's Jails-Finding a City's Undiagnosed - Anne Spaulding , MD MPH, Chava Bowden, BS, (all) Emory University School of Medicine

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12:15–1:15 p.m.

Lunch

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1:15–2:15 p.m.

PEER SESSIONS

PS6: Policy/Reentry Peer Sessions

Enrolling Oregon Inmates in Medicaid: Implications for the Affordable Care Act — Kamala Mallik-Kane, MPH, Akiva Liberman, PhD, Lisa Dubay, PhD, Jesse Jannetta, PhD, (all) Urban Institute

The Use of Medically Recommended Intensive Supervision (Medical Parole) in Texas — Philip Ethridge, PhD, University of Texas Pan American

Parole and Probation: What Do They Have to Do With Successful Continuity of Care? — Barry Zack, MPH, Katie Kramer, MSW, MPH, (all) The Bridging Group

Propensity Score Matching and Evaluation Outcomes for a Specialized Reentry Program in Massachusetts — Stephanie Hartwell, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston

PS7: Public Health Peer Sessions

Enhancing Mortality Statistics at the Bureau of Justic Statistics — Elizabeth Carson, PhD, Margaret Noonan, MA, (all) Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice; Christopher Wildeman, PhD, Yale University

Health Care of Non-Communicable Diseases and Associated Imprisonment Factors in Mexico City's Male Prisons — Omar Silverman-Retana, MSc, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico

Tuberculosis Screening in Haitian Prisons — John May, MD, Armor Correctional Health Services

Coccidioidomycosis: Disease Burden and Risks for Disease in California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Inmates — Charlotte Wheeler, MD, MPH, California Correctional Health Care Services

PS8: Infectious Disease Peer Sessions

Intersection of the Epidemics of Incarceration and Community Tuberculosis (TB) in Atlanta, Georgia: An Update — Anne Spaulding, MD MPH, Emory University; Maryam Haddad, MSN MPH FNP, Rollins School of Public Health, Dept. of Epidemiology

Could All-Oral Regimens for Hepatitis C Be Priced Within Reach for Prison Healthcare? — Anne Spaulding, MD MPH, Liesl Hagan, CMPH, (all) Emory University School of Medicine

The Health Impact of Incarceration on HIV-Positive Individuals — Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, MA, MS, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Project ECHO's (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) Prisoner Health is Community Health: The New Mexico Peer Education Project — Karla Thornton, MD, MPH, University of New Mexico School of Medicine; Miranda Sedillo, BS, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

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2:15–2:30 p.m.

Break

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2:30–3:30 p.m.

LECTURES

L9: Health Reform Policy Lectures

Trends in Health Information Technology Impacting Correctional Health Care — Ben Butler, MA, Community Oriented Correctional Health Services

Health Reform: New Opportunities for Third-Party Billing for Correctional Health Care — Steven Rosenberg, MA, Community Oriented Correctional Health Services; Richard Sheola, MA, ValueOptions, Inc. / Massachusetts Behavioral Health

L10: Mental Health Lectures

Start Now: An Evidence-Informed Group Therapy for Inmates With Behavioral Disorders — Andrew Cislo, PhD, Correctional Managed Health Care, University of Connecticut Health Center; Linda Kersten, BS, University of Connecticut Health Center & Maastricht University; Robert Trestman, MD, PhD, Susan Sampl, PhD, (all) Correctional Managed Health Care, University of Connecticut Health Center; Hoa Le, DO, Dept. of Psychiatry, SUNY Downstate Medical Center; Kirsten Shea, MBA, Correctional Managed Health Care, University of Connecticut Health Center

Correctional Mental Health: Historical Development of Existing Guidelines and Their Limitations Regarding Emerging Issues — Kenneth Appelbaum, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Robert Trestman, MD, PhD, University of Connecticut; Jeffrey Metzner, MD, University of Colorado Health Science Center

L11: Infectious Disease Lectures

Effectively Incorporating Triple Therapy for Hepatitis C Genotype 1 Patients in a Correctional Setting — Monique McCollough, PharmD, Arthur Brewer, MD, (all) Rutgers University / University Correctional Health Care

Improving the HIV Care Continuum in Incarcerated and Recently Released Individuals Through Stakeholder Engagement — Ank Nijhawan, MD, MPH, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School; Esmaeil Porsa, MD, MPH, CCHP, Parkland Health & Hospital System

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3:30–3:45 p.m.

Evaluations

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4 p.m.

Adjourn

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