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This session will focus on stories and results from three vibrant California communities that have employed unique strategies incorporating community engagement, non-traditional partnerships, and a comprehensive approach to move beyond collaboration and achieve collective impact. Join us to hear seasoned professionals from the Central Valley, Inland Empire, and our host county of San Diego discuss their innovative strategies to reduce obesity and promote their policy and environmental change strategies (PSE). Whether by engaging with Resident Leadership Academies, working with local elected officials, incorporating a Health in All Policies approach, or focusing on specific built environment projects, these communities are beginning to make an impact in preventing obesity.
Presentations/HandoutsPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Erika Lewis-Huntley, Management Analyst III, City of Rancho CucamongaLourdes Perez, Program Coordinator, Stanislaus County CCROPP, Center for Human Services - Ceres Partnership for Healthy ChildrenCarey Riccitelli, Community Health Program Manager, County of San Diego Health and Human Services AgencyModerator: Lynn Parker, Scholar, Institute of Medicine
The places where people live, work, play, pray and learn are critical in community health and can significantly impact healthy eating, active living and safety. This session will connect community design principles to health and identify tools to develop cross-sectorial partnerships. Communities will be highlighted that have successfully integrated strategies to increase neighborhood health and safety.
Presentations/HandoutsPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Shaunda Johnson, Program Administrator, Health Education CouncilMaureen Silva, Program Coordinator, Prevention InstitutePaul Zykofsky, Associate Director, Local Government CommissionModerator: Karen Ben-Moshe, Senior Program Associate, Public Health Institute
Communities across the country are seeking safe, accessible, and affordable places to exercise and play, and shared use is a promising strategy to achieve this goal. This session will introduce new frontiers in shared use, identify policies and initiatives that are ripe for evaluation and replication, and provide practical tools and success stories to help make shared use a reality.
Presentations/HandoutsPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.John Bilderback, Step ONE Program Manager, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health DepartmentEllie Gladstone, Staff Attorney, ChangeLab SolutionsGia Rutledge, Behavioral Scientist, Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity, Center for Disease Control and PreventionBenjamin Winig, Senior Staff Attorney and Program Director, ChangeLab SolutionsModerator: Rosanne Farris, Branch Chief, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This session will review the results of the first National Study of Neighborhood Parks, which assessed park use and park policies across 25 US Cities and 174 neighborhood parks. The findings identify specific policies, practices and facilities that enhance park use and park-based moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and demonstrate that parks are currently largely underutilized, especially in low-income neighborhoods.
Presentations/Handouts Back to TopPlease Click the Speaker names below to see their submitted biosketch.Deborah Cohen, Senior Scientist, RANDBing Han, Statistician, RANDThomas McKenzie, Professor Emeritus, San Diego State UniversityModerator: Jim Sallis, Distinguished Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, University of California, San Diego