Early Bird Registration Rate Ends TODAY for the IPHA Annual Meeting!
Be sure to take advantage of the early bird rate for the IPHA Annual Meeting. Registration goes up $25 starting August 13
Click here to read read about and register for the meeting:
Registration is now available for the Sept. 28th IAPO in-person coalition meeting in Normal, IL!
IAPO is excited to announce two of the meeting speakers who will talk about policy and funding trends related to health and obesity prevention. They are:
Giridhar Mallya, Senior Policy Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Jack Kaplan, Director, Public Policy & Advocacy, United Way of Illinois
Join IAPO to hear these and other great speakers, provide input into the 2017 IAPO advocacy agenda, and network with others passionate about healthy eating, active living, and health equity!
Register here: http://preventobesityil.org/all-iapo-meeting-in-bloomington-normal-sept-28-2016/
The Center for Faith and Community Health Transformation, Office for Community Engagement and Neighborhood Health Partnerships, Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago Safe Start, Advocate Health Care, and MCPHP partnered to provide the Faith and Communities Fostering Resilience: The Power of Congregations to Health the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) webinar on April 20th, 2016.
To view a recording of the webinar click here. Presentation slides can be viewed by clicking here and here.
For a list of resources provided during the webinar see below or click here.
Collaboration between Hospitals and Faith Organizations to Improve Community Health
Webinar description from hpoe.org:
View this webinar from Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence (HPOE) that focuses on two hospital-interfaith collaborations, one in Memphis that has been in existence for nine years and another in Maryland that is in its earliest stages. Since these collaborations have enormous potential for promoting health, especially among at-risk populations, and help avoid unnecessary re-hospitalizations, the potential for creating such collaboratives in different communities across the country will be explored.
View the webinar and materials here: http://www.hpoe.org/resources/hpoe-live-webinars/2736