Exploring Community-Wide Interventions that Have Health Impact in Five Years: An In-Depth Look at Safe Routes to School

Webinar //

Date:

Nov 07 2016, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

Description

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new Health Impact in Five Years, or HI-5 (high-five) initiative highlights non-clinical, community-wide approaches with a proven track record. This Web Forum presented by Dialogue4Health and the Public Health Institute will include real-word examples of how local and state-level organizations have implemented Safe Routes to School to meet need of their communities.

Presenters

John M. Auerbach, MA
Associate Director for Policy, Office of the Associate Director for Policy
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Elizabeth Skillen, PhD
Senior Advisor, Policy, Research Analysis and Development, Office of the Associate Director for Policy
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Sara Zimmerman
Program and Policy Director
Safe Routes to School National Partnership

Melissa Kraemer Badtke
Principal Planner/Safe Routes to School Coordinator
East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission

Moderator

Adam Lustig, MS
Senior Manager, Health Systems Transformation
National Network of Public Health Institutes

Questions? Contact Adam Lustig.

Registration Information

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