Bloomberg School of Public Health
Members Present: Drs. Robert Black, Ron Brookmeyer, Lynn Goldman, David Holtgrave, Ellen MacKenzie, and James Yager; and Ms. Robin Fox, staff.
Members Absent: Drs. William Brody, Steven Knapp, Robert Blum, Marie Diener-West, William Eaton, Diane Griffin, John Groopman, Martha Hill, Michael Klag, Thomas Louis, Roger McMacken, Edward Miller, Jonathan Samet, E. William Spannhake, and Scott Zeger.
Guests: Dr. Sharon Krag and Ms. Diane Glover.
Meeting Convened: Senior Associate Dean James Yager convened the meeting at 3 p.m.
Approval of the Minutes: Minutes of the 910th Advisory Board meeting of June 29, 2006 were approved.
Remarks by the Senior Associate Dean
Dr. Yager reported that the reaccreditation self study draft has been completed and that revisions are now being made. The self study will be used as the basis of the site visit in mid-October. Dr. Yager asked that all members of the Advisory Board review the self study again before the site visit, and noted the areas in which he felt the site visit team might engage the School most critically.
Revision to the Policy and Procedure Memorandum on continuing education Dr. Yager reviewed the revision of the PPM on Continuing Education Courses, which has been modified in response to changes in the procedures used by the School of Medicine's Office of Continuing Medical Education. The School of Public Health's Office of Continuing Education will no longer act as the intermediary between the Schools for continuing medical education activities; rather, individual faculty and programs of the School of Public Health will liaison individually. This change was approved by the Advisory Board.
Request for authorization for the Dean or his designee to act on the Board's behalf with advice of those Board members available during the summer months A motion was made, seconded and approved.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 3:25 p.m.
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