Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Nominate Your Champion of Change for Public Health and Prevention

In September, the White House will host a Champions of Change for Public Health and Prevention event. The White House is seeking nominees whose work involves:
  • Supporting community and clinical prevention efforts to address chronic disease, increase education and outreach, and integrate primary and behavioral health
  • Creating healthy and safe communities by promoting healthier schools, homes, and workplaces that make the healthy choice the easy choice
  • Working to address health disparities and empower all Americans to make healthy choices by addressing health concerns that disproportionately affect certain populations
  • Strengthening public health infrastructure and improving public health's capacity to detect and control disease and other threats
  • Increasing the uptake of important preventive services, and promoting tobacco prevention.
To nominate a Prevention and Public Health Leader as a Champion of Change, choose the "Public Health and Prevention" theme. Deadline for nominations: Friday, August 9, 2013.
Nominate Someone as a Champion of Change

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