The DNPAO Seminar Series showcases the latest research, guidelines, and successes. The Seminar Series is for partners, public health practitioners, and other professionals interested in nutrition, physical activity, and obesity.
Our September seminar will focus on the following five priority population-focused public health actions to reduce chronic disease and support health equity:
• Make physical activity safe and accessible for all
• Make healthy food choices easier
• Make breastfeeding easier to start and sustain
• Strengthen obesity prevention standards in early care and education settings
• Spread and scale family healthy weight programs
A representative from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will highlight collaborative programs that promote physical activity and make physical activity more accessible. A leader from Live Healthy Miami Gardens (Florida) will discuss how they work with nutrition standards and food systems to address systematic barriers that limit healthy eating and nutrition. Also, CDC staff will feature five years of progress in DNPAO’s three state and local programs, including State Physical Activity and Nutrition (SPAN), High Obesity Program (HOP), and Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH). For more information on DNPAO’s state and local programs, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpao/state-local-programs/index.html
All attendees must register. Please do not share your registration link. Please forward this registration form to anyone who may be interested in this seminar.
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