Agenda and approximate start times – all are listed as EST – topics and order are subject to change.
12.15pm Sandra Hempel. Medical Editor and Writer,London, UK
Author of “The Medical Detective: John Snow, Cholera and the Mystery of the Broad Street Pump” (Granta)
“The Inheritor’s Powder” (Weidenfeld and Nicolson) will be published on 13th June 2013
12.35pm Michael J. McGuire, MJM, Inc. –
Legacy of Dr. John Snow: Water Filtration & Chlorination in the U.S.
during the 20th Century.
12.55pm Steve Via. American Water Works Association
Dr. John Snow: Impact on U.S. Regulation of Drinking Water
5 minute break
1.20pm Lindsay Olson. Artist In Residence
Raising Awareness About Wastewater Through Art:Manufactured River
1.45pm Deborah Falta. Undergraduate Programs Curriculum Coordinator/Senior Lecturer
Department of Public Health Sciences Clemson University
Miasma and Death by Cholera: Dr. John Snow and the Dawn of the GermTheory of Disease
2.05pm Christl Tate. Shelly Wallingford. National Environmental Health Association
Dr. John Snow: The History of the Sanitarian Profession. How far we’ve come
2.25pm Closing Comments.
You can also submit questions for the presenters during the sessions
via Twitter #BroadStPump to @OWNWMI
* Then on March 15, 1- 3 pm ET join us at #BroadStPump on Twitter to swap your water warrior horror stories or just talk about where Snow would be leading us today?