Training Opportunities- July 5, 2013

NACCHO online learning collaborative: “Roots of Health Inequity”
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is offering a web-based course and learning collaborative called “Roots of Health Inequity,” which discusses social justice in public health practice. Public health practitioners and educators are using Roots of Health Inequity to inspire passion among staff members and students. Watch this video to learn more about using Roots of Health Inequity to encourage self-reflection and action! Click here and visitrootsofhealthinequity.org to learn more about how to register and participate.

A satellite broadcast titled…
“1.2.3 Approach to Provider Outreach:  Marketing Chronic Disease Intervention in Primary Care Practices” is now available through the CDC at http://www.adph.org/ALPHTN/index.asp?id=6238).  The materials for the 1.2.3 approach are available online at: www.cdc.gov/arthritis/interventions/marketing-support/1-2-3-approach).

Upcoming Webinar: Health and Environment- An Interdisciplinary Approach to Health
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
2:00pm Eastern
Click here to register.
America Walks is hosting the 6th Webinar in the six-part All Things Walking series. This Webinar will provide an in-depth look at how both health and the environment play a vital role in health across the life span, and overall quality of life. We know physical activity/walking is one of the key ingredients in achieving this goal. This Webinar will provide information on both health and the environment and two case studies that show how programs that focus on improving the environment for older adults have shown positive impacts on quality of life. The two featured speakers for this Webinar are experts in the field of healthy aging across the lifespan.
The Webinar will focus on:

  • Healthy aging and health across the lifespan
  • The benefits of physical activity/walking as we age
  • Environmental impacts of aging
  • Case studies- Healthy Aging Programs across the country

 Event: Signs of Progress toward Reversing the Childhood Obesity Epidemic
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Click here to register to attend the event.
Join Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the American Heart Association (AHA) for a Special Event on July 9th with Leaders from Around the Country.
After decades of increases in rates of childhood obesity, several cities and states across the country have reported that their rates have declined. Leaders from many of these places will be gathered in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, July 9, to take part in an engaging conversation about how their communities are taking on the epidemic.
The event is being presented by Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of RWJF and AHA. It will be webcast live for those unable to attend in person. Email voicesforhealthykids@heart.org to learn more.

Rescheduled – Emory Centers “A Taste of Training” webinar: Introduction to TTAC’s Tobacco 101 Online Tutorial
July 31, 2013 at 3:00-3:30pm Eastern Time
Tobacco 101 is TTAC’s new (free!) self-guided online tutorial that provides the information and resources necessary to understand the problems related to tobacco use and the strategies that effectively reduce tobacco use. This 30-minute webinar will provide an overview of the Tobacco 101 tutorial content, highlight the tutorial’s interactive features, and provide suggestions on how a variety of different audiences can use the tool. Webinar login information will be sent directly to registered participants prior to the webinar. Click here to register.

 Healthy Food Retail in Rural Communities
Thursday, July 18, 2013
2:00pm Eastern
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Rural grocery stores anchor a community by supplying fresh foods and staples; creating local jobs; attracting complementary businesses; and increasing the tax base. Many rural grocers buy their goods and services from local vendors which also bolsters the local economy. Yet America’s rural grocery stores are under siege because of competition with “big box” stores for customers; high energy costs; the inability to buy products in small quantities; elderly owners with no succession plan;, and low population density.
This Webinar will explore the unique challenges that rural grocers face and discuss innovative solutions to improving access to healthy foods in rural America. Participants will also learn about the variety of USDA resources that are available to support rural grocery stores and how to access this funding.

Healthy People eLearning- Measuring Policy and Environmental Change in Obesity Prevention
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
2:00- 3:30pm Eastern
Click here to register.
The Healthy People eLearning Webinar, “Measuring Policy and Environmental Change in Obesity Prevention: Comparing and Contrasting Opportunities and Challenges from Local Communities” explores the issue of childhood obesity and the state of the science in measuring policy and environmental change in obesity prevention, and highlights two communities working to implement and evaluate obesity prevention at the local level. This Webinar includes a 30-minute Q&A session where you can problem-solve and collaborate around the issues. Upon completion of this activity, participants are able to obtain free continuing education (CME, CECH, and CEU).

 2013 AICR Annual Research Conference on Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer
Join fellow scientists, researchers, health professionals and dietitians November 7-8 in Bethesda, MD.
Our Opening Plenary session will kick off the conference Thursday morning, and will focus on how food processing influences cancer risk. Can Food Processing Enhance Cancer Protection?
Click HERE to register

Grantees — Please consult with your liaison regarding questions about the appropriateness of attending any training or conference using TPEP or Healthy Communities funds. This list of training opportunities is provided as a resource for grantees and partners but is not an endorsement of any training or conference hosted by an external organization

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