On July 24 from 12:30-2 PM (Pacific), the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center and American Public Health Association will host the Webinar: Using Health Impact Assessments to Connect Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety and Health
This webinar will explore what health impact assessments are and how they can be used to connect bicycle and pedestrian safety and health.
On July 24 from 11 AM – 12:30 PM (Pacific), the National Council on Aging and Feeding America will host the Webinar: Combating food insecurity among older Americans
The webinar explore how the aging network can partner with the food bank network to address elder food insecurity. Hear examples of successful local partnerships and initiatives.
On July 26 from 9-9:45 AM (Pacific), the US Health and Human Services will host the Webinar: Clinical Preventive Services – Promoting Heart Healthy Neighborhoods via Community Health Workers
The webinar will cover how one Federally Qualified Health Center moved beyond preventive screening and implemented a comprehensive curriculum to educate members about heart health and empower them to prevent and control chronic conditions.
On August 7 from 10 – 11:30 p.m. (Pacific), the Public Health Law Center will host the Webinar: Digging into the Tobacco Documents: Real Life Examples of How to Advance Tobacco Control
The online collection of tobacco industry documents at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Legacy Tobacco Documents library provide hard evidence for anyone interested in building a case for tobacco control policies or facing legal challenges to tobacco control measures. Searching the collection may seem daunting, but as our webinar will demonstrate, conducting this research is actually quite easy. Tobacco control advocates, policymakers, and attorneys can take advantage of the wealth of information contained in tobacco industry documents to identify common tobacco industry strategies and practices, and advance tobacco control.
Speakers will describe how to use the Consortium’s publication, The Verdict Is In, which contains findings from the historic U.S. v. Philip Morris civil racketeering case, to identify cited documents in the UCSF library.
On August 22 at 8 AM (Pacific), the Small Business Majority and The Alliance for Business Leadership will host the Webinar: Workplace Wellness: Healthy Employees mean Healthy Bottom Lines, which will cover how workplace wellness can save businesses money.
The CDC’s Weight of the Nation conference was held in Washington, DC, in May. Conference materials have now been made available online as video and audio files.