Loma Linda University

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Seth Wiafe, MPH
Assistant Professor, School of Public Health
School of Public Health
Professional Development    Classes
  • Basic HAZUS Multihazard (MH) - L131 ( 8/2008 )
    Emergency Management Institute
  Seminars and Conferences
  • 2011 Esri International User Conference

    ( 7/2011 )

    it's one of the largest geospatial events in the world and the best place to learn how to maximize  GIS investment

  • Healthy People 2011 Conference and Expo

    ( 3/2011 )

    Conference focused on bringing awareness to the impact our daily food choices make

  • International GIS Conference - Babcok University Nigeria

    ( 2/2011 )
  • Healthy Communities  by Design Summit

    ( 11/2010 )

    Design for healthy communities brings geographic analysis into urban and suburban design processes that seek to promote human health. The summit provides a forum to exchange ideas on environmental factors that affect our health and to discuss new community planning approaches that incorporate health considerations.

  • 5th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition, Loma Linda, CA ( 3/2008 )
    Session Moderator
  • Loma Linda university School of Allied Health Professions Department of Health Information Management ( 1/2007 - 12/2007 )
    Professional Practice Experience (PPE)  Site instructor for Department of Health Information Management
  • Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions, Department of Health Information Management ( 12/2006 )
  Special Projects
  • Santa Ana Building Healthy Community

    ( 7/2011 )

    The purpose of this study was to develop a community asset map to identify the neglected and underprivileged areas with the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) and other related technologies that collect, analyze, and manage spatial data.

     

  • Geographic Information Systems  (GIS) Workshop  for Orange County Healthcare Agency

    ( 5/2011 - 6/2011 )

    The goal of the workshop is to increase the knowledge and skills of spatial epidemiological techniques using ArcGIS 10 software focusing on a HIN1 Influenza surveillance data and scenarios. This five day course will train participants how to use ArcGIS 10 software to collect, manage, store, visualize (map), analyze, and report (share) disease surveillance data. Participants will acquire hands-on experience in displaying, editing, analyzing, and modeling spatial data using ArcGIS and related extensions.