Training Opportunities- June 5th, 2015

Webinar: Essential Guide to the Master Settlement Agreement (MSA).
Jun 16, 2015, 1 p.m. CT, Public Health Law Center. MSA experts share their perspectives on the MSA, how it came to be, how it has been enforced, and why it is so crucial in tobacco regulation.

Webinar: Tobacco Control and Cancer Survivorship: From Science to Strategies. June 16, 2015 2:00– 3:00 pm ET, NCI Research to Reality. Innovative and successful interventions designed to deliver evidence-based tobacco control interventions to patients and survivors.

Million Hearts and Sodium Webinar,
June 10, 2:00 pm ET
Join NACCHO, the American Heart Association (AHA) and Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) as they discuss the public health rationale for reducing population sodium intake and recent research about sodium recommendations.

Ending the Tobacco Epidemic
Tuesday, June 23, 2015; 12:00-1:00pm (Pacific)
In 1964, Dr. Luther Terry released the first Surgeon General’s report linking smoking to lung cancer and heart disease. Despite impressive progress in preventing disease, more than 20 million Americans have died from smoking since then. What more can be done to prevent tobacco-related death and disease?
In the June session of Hot Topics in Practice, Drs. Patrick O’Carroll and Tim McAfee will review the 32nd Surgeon General’s report on this topic—The Health Consequences of Smoking—50 Years of Progress. They will describe the report’s major findings; note the progress made against tobacco-related diseases using evidence-based prevention strategies; review new and evolving challenges, including e-cigarettes; and describe several new “end game” strategies in the fight against tobacco-related disease and death.
Register today and learn how to help end the death and disease caused by tobacco.

80% by 2018 Forum – September 16-17, 2015
CDC, in co-sponsorship with the American Cancer Society (ACS) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), will convene a Comprehensive Cancer Control 80% x 2018 Forum on September 16-17, 2015 in Atlanta.
State recipients of funding from DP12-1205 may apply.  Similar opportunities will provided for tribal and territories programs at a later date.
Eleven teams will be identified to attend through an application process. Members on the proposed forum team should consist of the CCCPD or designee, the program’s ACS Division Representative, an NCI representative, and lastly a Federally Qualified Health Center or State Primary Care Association representative.  The proposed team is to collaborate on the writing of the application.  It also will be important to include letters of support documenting each partner’s commitment to increasing colorectal cancer screening and the 80% by 1018 goal. Timeline: June 2, 2015, letter of intent due; June 9, 2015, applications due; June 24, 2015, CCC Program Directors on selected teams notified.

Tuesday, June 23rd (11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern): “Designing Places for People”
Dan Burden, Director of Innovation and Inspiration with Blue Zones, will teach us as he surveys a desolate and abandoned downtown district, and visualizes its transformation into a modern, vibrant marketplace of human interaction – welcoming people of all ages, incomes, ethnicities, and religions.

Thursday, June 18th (10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern): “Why Walking?” 
Jonathon Stalls, Founder and Lead Itinerant with Walk2Connect, will discuss the human, psychosocial practice of walking. Then, Jim Stone, Executive Director of Circulate San Diego will describe the interrelationships between walking, health, the environment, and the economy; and a chronology of walking as transportation over the last 100 years.

Upcoming Webinar: Grants and Funding: Diversifying and Securing Resources for Cancer Control
On Wednesday, June 17 the GW Cancer Institute will host a free webinar on finding funding sources and completing grant applications to support your cancer control efforts. The webinar will feature Anne Willis, Director of Patient Centered Programs at the GW Cancer Institute, who will provide an overview of the nuts and bolts of applying for grants. Katie Bathje, Program Director for the Kentucky Cancer Consortium (KCC) and Angie Patterson, Vice President of Georgia Center for Oncology Research and Education (Georgia CORE) will share ideas and experiences for supplementing coalition funding. Register today! #TAPwebinar

2015 National Wellness Conference
The National Wellness Institute will host the 2015 National Wellness Conference on June 15 – 18 in Minneapolis. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research and best practices in wellness from experts, network with peers and earn continuing education credits. Learn more.

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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