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Best ideas to get kids moving? Can you top this one?

Started Dec 7, 2011 0 Replies

The new National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy recommends that communities “Adopt fun, enjoyable, high quality physical activity programs in youth-serving environments (schools, childcare…Continue

 

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Webinar: Tools & Techniques for Reducing 30-day Readmissions at 11-Noon Central Time. Webinar

December 19, 2012 from 11am to 12pm
30-Day Readmissions are NOT just an issue for hospitals, and that fact that the new penalties have hospitals motivated ot act creates and opportunity for all community health improvement efforts.  30-day Readmissions can be significantly impacted through community collaboration and care coordination to address the most costly and unprofitable patients.  When hospitals team with community partners to achieve "Collective Impact" to address these needs, everyone wins.  Learn more about this…See More
Dec 6, 2012
Bill Barberg posted a discussion

Best ideas to get kids moving? Can you top this one?

The new National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy recommends that communities “Adopt fun, enjoyable, high quality physical activity programs in youth-serving environments (schools, childcare and after-school programs) … that ensure adequate activity levels for all youth...”    What I'm looking for is the best specific initiative to accomplish that.  Building new soccer fields and hiring league officials and such is too expensive for most communities.   Kids don't want to go to aerobics…See More
Dec 7, 2011
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How exactly DO you get kids participating in fun exercise? Try this!

What is the most "bang for the buck" that a community can get if it wants to invest in improving the health and fitness of its youth?The new National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy recommends that communities “Adopt fun, enjoyable, high quality physical activity programs in youth-serving environments (schools, childcare and after-school programs) … that ensure adequate activity levels for all youth...” But what, specifically, should a community (or organizations in a community) do to…See More
Nov 19, 2011
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Health Reform and Community Prevention

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Jan 3, 2011
Marisel Brown left a comment for Bill Barberg
"Hi Bill: Thank you for joining the D4H Network. I look forward to your presentation on 2/3/11.  D4H also operates a web conferencing platform. We've used it primarily for 2 hr max webinars; however, we are toying with the idea of an all…"
Dec 17, 2010
Bill Barberg commented on Beth Sue Offenbacker's event Healthier Communities Through Collaboration Online Conference
"I may be a biased because I'm a speaker at this event, but because of that, I have a good sense of how valuable this day will be.  If you are part of a community group trying to get a coalition of partners working together to improve…"
Dec 16, 2010
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Dec 16, 2010
Bill Barberg is attending Beth Sue Offenbacker's event

Healthier Communities Through Collaboration Online Conference at Online

February 3, 2011 all day
Tools and Techniques for Better Outcomes in an Era of Healthcare Reform A One-Day Online Conference Thursday, 3 February This conference is for you if... ►You develop or implement community health partnerships ►You consult with local health agencies on community health collaborations ►You have responsibility for complying with new healthcare reform requirements for community engagement ►You are responsible for better managing employee health care costs ►You are seeking new ways to think about…See More
Dec 16, 2010
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Dec 16, 2010

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How exactly DO you get kids participating in fun exercise? Try this!

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What is the most "bang for the buck" that a community can get if it wants to invest in improving the health and fitness of its youth?

The new National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy recommends that communities “Adopt fun, enjoyable, high quality physical activity programs in youth-serving environments (schools, childcare and after-school programs) … that ensure adequate activity levels for all youth...” But what, specifically, should a community (or organizations in…

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At 5:54pm on December 17, 2010, Marisel Brown said…

Hi Bill:

Thank you for joining the D4H Network. I look forward to your presentation on 2/3/11.  D4H also operates a web conferencing platform. We've used it primarily for 2 hr max webinars; however, we are toying with the idea of an all day event.  I've been taking a look at a several virtual platforms to keep an audience engaged over an extended period of time.   

Please feel free to post on your D4H web page or to a Group.  Better still...create your own.

Best,

Marisel Brown

D4H Program Manager

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