Building Health and Well-Being: Lessons Learned from Transformative Partnerships in Community Development and Health

  • June 01, 2016
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • APHA Webinar

Community development efforts play a critical role in advancing health and equity. And diverse opportunities are emerging to increase access to healthy food, stable, affordable, and healthy housing, and active transportation options. Health systems and health departments are well positioned to form partnerships with those in housing organizations, city government and other sectors to address the key social determinants of health and collectively improve the health and well-being of their communities.

Please join us for a webinar where we will discuss lessons learned from communities taking action to leverage development efforts to improve health and equity. The conversation will highlight the role of partnerships in financing, evaluating, and sustaining population health improvements. Register now!

Presenters:

  • Jennifer Miller, PhD, Senior Research Associate, Build Healthy Places Network, Public Health Institute
  • Pamela Koprowski, Public Affairs Counsel, Stamford HospitalVincent Tufo, Executive Director and CEO, Charter Oak CommunitiesPeter Grollman, MGA, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Susan Slawson, First Deputy Commissioner, Recreation and Programs, City of Philadelphia  


This webinar is a part of a series sponsored by: 
APHA 
Prevention Institute 
Public Health Institute
Trust for America’s Health 
 


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