From Yesterday Making the healthier choice the easier choice. Tapping into the imagination and creativity of local partners. Cultivating a sense of one-ness and building political will. Developing adaptive capacity. Collaboration at the community level.
From Yesterday Because chronic diseases themselves are so well integrated, so well connected, chronic disease control has to be well integrated and well connected. Bringing best practices up to scale. Building demand for policy and environmental change. Improving clinical preventive services delivery.
Today’s agenda –More on contextual factors –Move into tracks Advocacy & Public Policy Social & Environmental Determinants of Health Systems Level Change Data, Surveillance, IT, & Decision Support Managing Collaboration –Reconvene in the large group
Continuing Education Credit Requirements for Successful Completion: –Sign in and pick up registration form –Complete registration form indicating which sessions attended –Complete evaluation for all sessions attended –Hand in registration form and evaluation
Continuing Education Credit 1 hour of ethics CE is being offered for the presentation Ethnic Myths: Implications for Chronic Care Management Sharon Brown, MN, PhD 3:15pm – 4:15pm June 16, 2010
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Continuing Education Disclosures The conference planning committee has determined that these speakers and the material they will present pose no conflict of interest.