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NACCHO Annual 2010 Banner Register Exhibit/Sponsor Home Attend
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Carina Elsenboss, MS

Carina Elsenboss, MS Advanced Practice Center Program Manager
Public Health - Seattle & King County, WA

Carina Elsenboss is the Advanced Practice Center Program Manager with Public Health-Seattle & King County in Seattle, Washington. In this capacity she provides strategic direction and coordinates the development of best practice tools and resources related to public health preparedness for use by other local health departments on such topics as isolation and quarantine, emergency workforce activation, vulnerable populations preparedness planning, and risk communication. Carina collaborated on the implementation of the public engagement project on medical service prioritization during an influenza pandemic. She serves on Public Health?s Vulnerable Populations Action Team which is responsible for working collaboratively with community partners to ensure that vulnerable populations are included in Public Health?s preparedness planning. Prior to joining Public Health-Seattle & King County, Carina served as the manager for the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in Salt Lake County, Utah. Carina has over 10 years of experience in public health, working on such issues as homelessness, HIV/AIDS, environmental health, and public health preparedness. She holds BA in Psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a MS in Communication from University of Utah.


Date Time Title Track Session Type Location
Jul 16, 2010 8:00 AM-
9:30 AM
Community Engagement for Health Equity Marketing to Improve Public Health Perception Sharing Session (90 minutes) Room 24

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