Monday, November 5, 2012

Location:  Madison Building – Main Floor Conference Room  and Statewide Via Polycom

“Intersectoral Collaboration for Health: Reports from Local Health Departments

Webinar Highlights:

The webinar will include:
·      A short overview of the Health in All Policies approach.   
·      An introduction to the work of the Baltimore's Cross Agency Health Taskforce. This Taskforce, through successful collaboration, has allowed for the area’s social and built environment to be more supportive of  physical activity.

·      Examine Sonoma County’s Health Action, which identifies specific recommendations to promote a community’s overall health and improve health care delivery.

·      Provide a history and accomplishments of the highlighted programs, and a discussion of the lessons learned from these exciting local initiatives.

                 Moderator: Julia Caplan, MPP, MPH

·      Caroline Fichtenburg, PhD
Director, Center for Public Health Policy, American               Public Health Association

·       Peter Rumble, MPA
Director of Health Policy and Planning,
Sonoma County Health Department

·       Sarah Morris-Compton, MPP
Director of the Office of Policy and Planning, Baltimore City Health Department

·       Ruthie Fesahazion, PhD
Health Policies and Program Admin
Baltimore City Health Department

Polycom Setup
or call (804) 864-7179

Register: TRAINVA
Course # 1037344

Remember to get necessary approval before registering.  For questions or more information contact Pierre Robinson, Health Equity Coordinator, (804) 864-7438

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