WORKING GROUPS, CONFERENCES & SESSIONS ORGANIZED
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Glantz N. Coordinator. Health Data Dashboard Development Team. Boulder County Public Health, 2011-present.

Glantz N. Public Health Coordinator and Program Planning Committee Member. Natural Resource Distribution and Development in the 21st Century. Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Annual Meeting, Denver, March 2013.

Glantz N. & Harmon H. Team Coordinators. Public Health Improvement Process Core Team/Steering Committee. Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2008-2012.

Glantz N. Team Coordinator. Youth Risk Behavior Survey Planning Team Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2008-present.

Glantz N., Lipps M, Coleman B. Workshop Organizers. GIS at Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2010.

Glantz N. Committee Coordinator. Un/intended Pregnancy Research Steering Committee. Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2009.

Glantz N. & B McMahan. Session Organizers. The medical anthropology-map merger: Harnessing GIS for participatory health research. Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Annual Meeting, Tampa, March 2007.

Glantz N. Session Organizer. Aging adults, maturing methods? Multidisciplinary health research in elder populations. Society for Applied Anthropology/Medical Anthropology (SfAA/SMA) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 2006.

Glantz N. Working Group Organizer. Comité de Atención Integral y Multidisciplinaria para Adultos Maduros (Committee for Integral & Multidisciplinary Care for Older Adults, CAIMAM). Comitán, Chiapas, 2005.

Glantz N. Conference Organizer. Primer Encuentro: Salud y bienestar en personas de la tercera edad. (First Encounter on Elder Health & Well-being.) With institutional support from the Centro de Investigaciones en Salud de Comitán. Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico, 2005.

Glantz N. Session Organizer. Social capital: Public health panacea or palliative? Society for Applied Anthropology/Society for Medical Anthropology (SfAA/SMA) Annual Meeting, Dallas, 2004.