New Web-Based Interactive Training: Program and Funding Guidelines for Comprehensive Local Tobacco Control Programs. (Free, but registration required to access the training)
This training from NACCHO describes an integrated programmatic tobacco control structure and provides information on the five components of a comprehensive program and budgeting requirements.
2011 National Summit on Your City’s Families, November 10-12, Phoenix, Arizona.
Mayors, council representatives, county staff, school district leaders, and community partners from citites nationwide will gather together to work to improve the lives of their respective community members. Discussion and workshops will focus on childhood education, after-school programs, public safety, obesity prevention, and sustainable funding strategies.
The theme for the next national conference on obesity prevention and control is Moving Forward, Reversing the Trend. Conference organizers will illustrate this theme through presentations—concurrent, plenary, poster or video—that emphasize how communities; early care and education facilities; medical care facilities; workplaces; states, territories, and tribes; and schools can change nutrition and physical activity environments to prevent and control obesity.
- Concurrent sessions will foster discussion among panelists and with the audience on the use of policy, system and environmental approaches (PSE) to promote dietary quality, increase physical activity and prevent obesity. The concurrent session tracks are: agriculture, access, and sustainability; built environment and transportation; early care and education; law and legal authorities; medical care; schools; states and communities; and workplaces.
- Poster sessions will feature traditional and film technology formats. As only a limited number of proposals will be selected for oral presentation, other highly rated proposals may be invited as posters.
28th Annual Oregon Rural Health Conference: Bringing Health Home, September 21-23, 2011 Bend, OR
The Annual Oregon Rural Health Conference is the largest gathering in Oregon dedicated to the important issues of rural health care. Bringing together providers, administrators, patients, activists, policy makers and others who are concerned about health care in rural Oregon, it is an opportunity to help set the agenda.
Worksite Wellness Webinars from Invitation Health These free webinars are designed to share strategies for getting results and incorporating sustainability into prevention work
Not sure how to guide employers to implement worksite wellness best practices? Try Proven Strategies for Guiding Employers to Create a Sustainable Work Site Wellness Initiative August 9, 8:00 AM Pacific and August 11, 11:00 AM Pacific
Too often we see effective, innovative work cut short when funding ends. How can we use the opportunities presented by the work to leverage existing resources and assets for long-term sustainability? Try Leveraging Community Assets for Long-Term Sustainability, August 23, 12:30 PM Pacific and August 25, 11:30 AM Pacific