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OneHealth 2012 Meeting Seattle, APHL, FDA, RFID, 666
2012 Meeting, APHL, FDA, RFID, 666
2012 APHL Annual Meeting
Seattle, Washington May 20-23, 2012
Some topics made me say - huh!?
This is in Seattle Washington- WHY? Because that is the area with so much radiation harming the public!
The very alert may see the RFID tracking chip to become MANDATORY implant in humans in ObamaCare in 2013
The 2012 APHL Annual Meeting and Sixth Government Environmental Laboratory Conference will be held at the Westin Hotel in Seattle, WA from May 20-23, 2012.
This year’s meeting will discuss issues ranging from environmental issues to emerging infectious diseases and emergency preparedness,
from informatics to food safety, newborn screening and global health.
Attendees include state, county, city and local public health lab directors, environmental and agricultural lab directors, senior laboratory staff,
government and private laboratory personnel and others.
Conference highlights and links
2012 General Information, sponsors, etc
- Food Safety
- Environmental Health
- Global Health
- Infectious Disease
- Knowledge Management
- Laboratory Systems & Standards
- Newborn Screening &
- Genetics in Public Health
- Public Health Preparedness & Response
- Workforce Development
One World – One Health, and outline how this concept can be used in a laboratory setting.
Laboratories and their Roles in Protecting the World’s Health
The One Health concept embraces a worldwide strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations and communications in all aspects of health care, for humans, animals and the environment.
This opening plenary session will explore the laboratory role in advancing this initiative, challenging members to step back and consider how they fit into such a far-reaching approach.
A few topics on agenda
Implications of Proposed Regulatory Changes
Changes in Newborn Screening (2013 Plan is Newborn Screening and Genetic Testing)
Proposed CLIA Rule Change of Patient Access to Laboratory Results
The Laboratories Efficiencies Initiative: Strategy Toward Sustainability (read, population control)
HELP! Biomonitoring as an Emergency Response Tool
Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse
Joint Electronic Reporting Task Force
Food Safety on the Farm
Are You Prepared to Be an Expert Witness?
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Select agent Program
Health Information Exchange (HIE), discuss viable grants that are interacting with HIEs
(i.e., Laboratory Technical Implementation Assistance for Public Health – LTIAPH)
Current Trends in metals Speciation
Someone tell me what metals has to do with health - unless its the implanted RFID tracking chip
one World – one Health, many actors: The role of laboratory Systems in Promoting global Health
Changes to newborn Screening
Emergency Management Action Compact (EMAC) has been used for over a decade to assist states during emergencies
by allowing state to send personnel and other equipment across state lines during emergency so that critical public efforts are not interrupted.
EMAC covers legal issues including liability, licensing issues and reimbursements.
Events following Hurricane Katrina illustrated the success of one state backing up another state using EMAC as a mechanism to complete newborn screening.
Proposed changes to the CLIA regulations that will allow patients to request their laboratory results directly from the laboratory performing the tests will be given.
Challenges facing the public health laboratory system and on practical steps laboratory leaders, CDC and APHL can take to
ensure there is one seamless public health laboratory system that continues to safeguard the public’s health.
KONTROL! I do not want to be monitored 24/7
epidemic of chronic disease
APHL proposed requirements document that defines a template
for environmental data exchange.
a Vision (nightmare) for the Future of Public Health laboratories
Explain the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) initiatives
HelP! Biomonitoring as an emergency response Tool
Surviving the Zombie apocalypse
2013 Joint Meeting of the Newborn Screening and Genetic Testing Symposium and the International Society for Neonatal Screening
Also look at these to see how truly evil this is. Its NOT for our health! Its for KONTROL!
One Health, animals above humans * 666 watch
NAIS One Health USDA Agenda 21 CODEX
U.N. Agenda 21
Harmony with Nature, Sustainability / depopulation, Eco-Military Integration, Green Stupidity
At some point I will transfer these single posts into one thread - when I have time.
Mark of the Beast, RFID Chip Implanted
OneHealth - Trees and animal are equal with man - EVIL
Obamacare law requires an RFID chip implanted in all of us, with your personal information and tracking capability and linked to your bank account.
Page 1004 reads - Not later than 36 months after the date of the enactment.
On Sunday March 21, 2010 the Sinate Healthcare bill HR3200 was passed and signed into law the following Tuesday.
A class II implantable device is an implantable radio frequency transponder system for patient identification and health information.
The purpose is to collect data such as claims data, patient survey data, standardized analytic files.
Just because they were unable by Gods Mercy to implant chips when they wanted to does NOT mean they have given up
OneHealth - the Beast Health system
IBM, Mind control, implantable chip
IBM was working on Project 666 way back in 1971
666, Bitcoin, Mandatory chip everyone in ObamaCare
Scientists Push To Implement Edible RFID Tracking Chips in Food
Biometrics, Human Chipping, National ID card
OneHealth 2012 Meeting Seattle, APHL, FDA, RFID, 666
Nanotechnology, nanobots, DNA * 666 chip
RFID Microchip Implants
April 23, 2016 - No more house keys, car keys or airport boarding passes. Now a microchip injected between your thumb and index finger is just about all you require to identify you positively and replace all of your secure access needs.
Microchipping of humans with implants is snowballing across the world. There seems to be no stopping this fad.
Its all about security, access, and identity, controll.
RFID technology allows a door to open when you swipe your work ID against a scanner.
The chipping is entirely voluntary and, according to the manufacturers, completely safe. EXCEPT - THEY ARE NOT SAFE!