June 29 – July 2, 2015
San Diego, California
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This session will highlight how obesity prevention practice and policy is evolving. Once the province of nutritionists and fitness advocates, the movement to prevent obesity has been adopted in other sectors including education, agriculture, and environment, and has taken on an equity agenda. Implementing health reform presents both opportunities and imperatives to advance obesity prevention. Our expert panel will highlight initiatives that infuse upstream, multi-sector approaches, address the social determinants of equity and obesity, and that are beginning to integrate with the health care delivery system, with an eye for scale and sustainability.
Presentations/HandoutsPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Gina Celano, Population Health Specialist, Nemours Health and Prevention ServicesGeorge Flores, Program Manager, The California EndowmentLoel Solomon, Vice President, Community Health, Kaiser PermanenteModerator: Ginny Ehrlich, Director, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
This session will provide participants with examples of how technology has been used with children to promote behavior change. Participants will learn ways to approach technology to determine if and how it fits a need. Part of the session will be interactive group discussions where the audience will share their own experiences using or thinking about technology.
Presentations/HandoutsPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Jennifer Bass, Quality Lead for Pediatric Exercise and Obesity, Kaiser Permanente, Northwest RegionTamie Tlustos-Arnold, Pediatric Case Manager, Kaiser PermanenteKimberly Young, Health Education Specialist, Kaiser PermanenteModerator: Julia Lee, Senior Consultant, Digital Health Strategy, Kaiser Permanente
This session will highlight two innovative, evidence-based programs that utilize an interdisciplinary model to address obesity through a family centered approach. Active & Healthy Families of Contra Costa County is a culturally and linguistically tailored program for Latino families that utilizes interactive learning activities and measurable, goal- oriented tools for children and their families in the adoption of healthier habits. The Bite to Balance program in Alameda County utilizes fresh produce as a novel incentive and intervention for participation in an engaging pediatric group education program. Replicable lessons learned will be shared.
Presentations/HandoutsPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Michele Bunker-Alberts, Family Nurse Practitioner, Alameda Health SystemAnnabelle Cadiz, Senior Public Health Nutritionist, Contra Costa Health ServicesDaniela Jaramillo, Senior Public Health Nutritionist, Contra Costa Health ServicesTola Williams, Nurse Case Manager, Bite to Balance, Alameda Health SystemModerator: Kristine Madsen, Associate Professor, Joint Medical Program & Public Health Nutrition, UC Berkeley, School of Public Health
This session will highlight collaborative partnerships that have resulted in innovations in health care delivery across the spectrum of obesity management from primary prevention to tertiary care. A primary prevention approach will be shared that focuses on building healthy habits among children ages 0-5 years old, as well as a multidisciplinary and tertiary management program that features partnerships to promote sustainable and effective care.
Presentations/Handouts Back to TopPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Samantha Anzeljc, Quality Improvement Consultant, Ohio Chapter, American Academy of PediatricsAmy Sternstein, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, OSU and Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition Nationwide Children’s HospitalMiranda Westfall, Program Manager & Clinic Dietitian, Fit for Healthy Weight Program University of California, Los AngelesJennifer K. Yee, Assistant Professor, Pediatric Endocrinology, Be Forever Fit Program at Harbor-UCLA Medical CenterModerator: Megan Lipton-Inga, Director of Program Development, Diabetes and Obesity Program Children's Hospital Los Angeles
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