Registration: The Nations Premiere Conference on Childhood Obesity

SESSION HANDOUTS

Community

Food Systems

Marketing

Research

Overarching

Agriculture and Food Systems

Basic and Applied Research

Built Environment, Land Use and Transportation

Community Nutrition and Physical Activity

Early Childhood

Health Care Prevention Strategies

Marketing to Kids

School/After School

 

Creating a Healthier Environment to Prevent Obesity: Policy and Economic Approaches

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

Healthcare Reform & Technology

 

Fat but Fit: Health at Any Size?

 

Primary Care Skills & Resources

 

Eliminating Health Disparities

 

Creating a Healthier Environment to Prevent Obesity: Policy and Economic Approaches

 

Fat but Fit: Health at Any Size?

 

Finding Space to Play: Community Use of School Property

 

Marketing Healthy Foods to Children: Do the Ends Justify the Means?

 

Finding Space to Play: Community Use of School Property

 

Weight of the Nation for Kids: The Power of Film to Advance a Movement

 

Primary Care Skills & Resources

 

Food Policy Councils Moving Communities Toward Better Health

 

Understanding the Evidence-Base that Supports Youth Engagement as Advocates for Healthier Communities

 

Finding Space to Play: Community Use of School Property

 

Community Transformation Grants Address Childhood Obesity in Rural America

 

Fat but Fit: Health at Any Size?

 

Creating a Healthier Environment to Prevent Obesity: Policy and Economic Approaches

 

Community Transformation Grants Address Childhood Obesity in Rural America

 

IOM Panel

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

F as in Fat: What is Our Nation Doing to Combat Obesity?

 

To Nudge or Not to Nudge: Insights from Behavioral Economics

 

Understanding the Evidence-Base that Supports Youth Engagement as Advocates for Healthier Communities

 

Youth and Adult Partnerships: Working Together, Creating Change

 

Understanding the Evidence-Base that Supports Youth Engagement as Advocates for Healthier Communities

 

Youth and Adult Partnerships: Working Together, Creating Change

 

Marketing Healthy Foods to Children: Do the Ends Justify the Means?

 

Weight of the Nation for Kids: The Power of Film to Advance a Movement

 

IOM Panel

 

Primary Care Skills & Resources

 

Marketing Healthy Foods to Children: Do the Ends Justify the Means?

 

Eliminating Health Disparities

 

Youth and Adult Partnerships: Working Together, Creating Change

 

Eliminating Health Disparities

 

Sharing our Stories: A Dialogue among Policy Advocates and Coalition Leaders

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

Finding Space to Play: Community Use of School Property

 

Weight of the Nation for Kids: The Power of Film to Advance a Movement

 

Youth and Adult Partnerships: Working Together, Creating Change

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

Understanding the Evidence-Base that Supports Youth Engagement as Advocates for Healthier Communities

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

IOM Panel

 

Sharing our Stories: A Dialogue among Policy Advocates and Coalition Leaders

 

F as in Fat: What is Our Nation Doing to Combat Obesity?

 

Primary Care Skills & Resources

 

Creating a Healthier Environment to Prevent Obesity: Policy and Economic Approaches

 

Fat but Fit: Health at Any Size?

 

Healthcare Reform & Technology

 

Integrated & Innovative Care Delivery Models

 

Understanding the Evidence-Base that Supports Youth Engagement as Advocates for Healthier Communities

 

Fat but Fit: Health at Any Size?

 

Healthcare Reform & Technology

 

Day One Dignitaries

 

IOM Panel

 

Day Three Dignitaries and Panel Presentation

 

Panel Presentation: Accelerators of Progress - Exemplars of Confronting the Obesity Challenge

 

Test 2015 Session

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 2.2: Running with Streamers! Creating Active Environments for Young Children

 

WS 4.7: Tools of the Trade: Current Early Childhood Resources and Training

 

 

WS 1.1: Healthy Beverages in Early Childhood: Research to Policy to Practice

 

MP 2.2: BMI-How does it measure up?

 

WS 4.1: Cost-Effectiveness of Nutrition and Physical Activity Interventions: What’s the Return on Investment?

 

WS 1.1: Healthy Beverages in Early Childhood: Research to Policy to Practice

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

 

Community

Workshop

MP 3.2: Warning Labels on Sugary Drinks: Promoting Informed Choices

 

 

MP 1.3: Mission Possible: Kids will eat school meals

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 4.3: Effective Messaging to Build Public Support to Curb Unhealthy Food Marketing to Children

 

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 2.6: Going to Scale with “California Thursdays” - 42 School Districts Serving Fresh Food

 

 

WS 1.5: A “Whole” New Look at School Lunch: Perceptions Matter

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

MP 2.1: Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages for Public Health: What Have We Learned From the Mexico, Berkeley, and San Francisco Initiatives?

 

WS 1.5: A “Whole” New Look at School Lunch: Perceptions Matter

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

MP 2.4: The Successful Impact of Cross System Collaborations in the Retail Environment

 

MP 3.3: Stress, Youth & Obesity: Rethinking How Emotion Plays a Role in Eating Behaviors

 

WS 3.5: Made to Move: Getting Kids Active throughout the School Day

 

MP 2.3: Building a Culture of Health through Diverse Collaborations

 

MP 3.3: Stress, Youth & Obesity: Rethinking How Emotion Plays a Role in Eating Behaviors

 

MP 3.1: Toward Healthier Diets: Where Non-Governmental Organizations and Industry Clash and Cooperate

 

WS 1.5: A “Whole” New Look at School Lunch: Perceptions Matter

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 1.7: Latino Community Engagement and Obesity Prevention: The Promotores Model

 

WS 4.2: Reaching Diverse Communities Utilizing Culturally Tailored Strategies to Impact Change

 

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

WS 2.7: Family Centered Group Visits: Reducing Childhood Obesity in Vulnerable Populations

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 4.7: Tools of the Trade: Current Early Childhood Resources and Training

 

 

MP 1.1: The Evolution of Obesity Prevention: Accelerating Upstream Prevention to Improve Health and Equity in Communities, and to Help a Reforming Health Care System

 

WS 1.1: Healthy Beverages in Early Childhood: Research to Policy to Practice

 

 

Research

Workshop

WS 2.1: Childhood Obesity: Disparities, Costs, and Cost-Effective Solutions

 

 

WS 1.2: Are you Tech Savvy? How to Assess if Technology Can Help Kids and Families

 

WS 4.1: Cost-Effectiveness of Nutrition and Physical Activity Interventions: What’s the Return on Investment?

 

 

Research

Workshop

WS 2.1: Childhood Obesity: Disparities, Costs, and Cost-Effective Solutions

 

 

MP 1.3: Mission Possible: Kids will eat school meals

 

WS 1.2: Are you Tech Savvy? How to Assess if Technology Can Help Kids and Families

 

WS 2.3: Would You Eat 91 Cubes of Sugar: A Look at Several Strategies for Decreasing Consumption of Sugary Drinks

 

WS 1.4: Collective Action: The Need for Multi-Sectoral Collaboration to Create a Healthy Food System

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 1.7: Latino Community Engagement and Obesity Prevention: The Promotores Model

 

 

WS 3.5: Made to Move: Getting Kids Active throughout the School Day

 

WS 2.5: Creating Healthy, Vibrant Afterschool Cultures: National, State, and Local Perspectives

 

WS 2.7: Family Centered Group Visits: Reducing Childhood Obesity in Vulnerable Populations

 

MP 3.4: Step it Up! The Keys to Eating Well and Playing Hard in Family Day Care Homes

 

MP 2.3: Building a Culture of Health through Diverse Collaborations

 

MP 3.3: Stress, Youth & Obesity: Rethinking How Emotion Plays a Role in Eating Behaviors

 

MP 2.3: Building a Culture of Health through Diverse Collaborations

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 2.2: Running with Streamers! Creating Active Environments for Young Children

 

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 4.2: Reaching Diverse Communities Utilizing Culturally Tailored Strategies to Impact Change

 

 

WS 1.3: Evaluation Frameworks Designed to Measure Public Health Impact

 

WS 2.3: Would You Eat 91 Cubes of Sugar: A Look at Several Strategies for Decreasing Consumption of Sugary Drinks

 

WS 3.5: Made to Move: Getting Kids Active throughout the School Day

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

MP 3.3: Stress, Youth & Obesity: Rethinking How Emotion Plays a Role in Eating Behaviors

 

 

Community

Workshop

MP 3.2: Warning Labels on Sugary Drinks: Promoting Informed Choices

 

 

WS 1.3: Evaluation Frameworks Designed to Measure Public Health Impact

 

MP 1.4: It Can Be Done: Successful Community Engagement Models to Maximize Collective Impact

 

WS 4.6: The First National Study of Neighborhood Parks: Implications for Increasing Physical Activity at the Population Level

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

 

WS 4.6: The First National Study of Neighborhood Parks: Implications for Increasing Physical Activity at the Population Level

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 4.7: Tools of the Trade: Current Early Childhood Resources and Training

 

 

WS 1.2: Are you Tech Savvy? How to Assess if Technology Can Help Kids and Families

 

MP 2.2: BMI-How does it measure up?

 

Opening Keynote Address

 

WS 2.5: Creating Healthy, Vibrant Afterschool Cultures: National, State, and Local Perspectives

 

MP 2.1: Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages for Public Health: What Have We Learned From the Mexico, Berkeley, and San Francisco Initiatives?

 

MP 2.2: BMI-How does it measure up?

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

WS 1.7: Latino Community Engagement and Obesity Prevention: The Promotores Model

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 2.6: Going to Scale with “California Thursdays” - 42 School Districts Serving Fresh Food

 

 

MP 3.4: Step it Up! The Keys to Eating Well and Playing Hard in Family Day Care Homes

 

WS 1.2: Are you Tech Savvy? How to Assess if Technology Can Help Kids and Families

 

MP 1.4: It Can Be Done: Successful Community Engagement Models to Maximize Collective Impact

 

WS 1.3: Evaluation Frameworks Designed to Measure Public Health Impact

 

MP 3.1: Toward Healthier Diets: Where Non-Governmental Organizations and Industry Clash and Cooperate

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 4.3: Effective Messaging to Build Public Support to Curb Unhealthy Food Marketing to Children

 

 

MP 1.1: The Evolution of Obesity Prevention: Accelerating Upstream Prevention to Improve Health and Equity in Communities, and to Help a Reforming Health Care System

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

WS 2.4: Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding: Obesity Prevention Begins at Birth

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 4.2: Reaching Diverse Communities Utilizing Culturally Tailored Strategies to Impact Change

 

 

MP 2.4: The Successful Impact of Cross System Collaborations in the Retail Environment

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 4.2: Reaching Diverse Communities Utilizing Culturally Tailored Strategies to Impact Change

 

 

WS 1.3: Evaluation Frameworks Designed to Measure Public Health Impact

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

WS 3.5: Made to Move: Getting Kids Active throughout the School Day

 

WS 4.6: The First National Study of Neighborhood Parks: Implications for Increasing Physical Activity at the Population Level

 

WS 3.2: Using Child Care Licensing Laws to Improve Health

 

MP 2.4: The Successful Impact of Cross System Collaborations in the Retail Environment

 

MP 2.1: Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages for Public Health: What Have We Learned From the Mexico, Berkeley, and San Francisco Initiatives?

 

WS 2.7: Family Centered Group Visits: Reducing Childhood Obesity in Vulnerable Populations

 

 

Community

Workshop

MP 3.2: Warning Labels on Sugary Drinks: Promoting Informed Choices

 

 

WS 1.1: Healthy Beverages in Early Childhood: Research to Policy to Practice

 

MP 1.1: The Evolution of Obesity Prevention: Accelerating Upstream Prevention to Improve Health and Equity in Communities, and to Help a Reforming Health Care System

 

WS 1.2: Are you Tech Savvy? How to Assess if Technology Can Help Kids and Families

 

WS 3.2: Using Child Care Licensing Laws to Improve Health

 

MP 1.1: The Evolution of Obesity Prevention: Accelerating Upstream Prevention to Improve Health and Equity in Communities, and to Help a Reforming Health Care System

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 4.3: Effective Messaging to Build Public Support to Curb Unhealthy Food Marketing to Children

 

 

MP 1.3: Mission Possible: Kids will eat school meals

 

WS 2.4: Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding: Obesity Prevention Begins at Birth

 

MP 2.2: BMI-How does it measure up?

 

WS 1.4: Collective Action: The Need for Multi-Sectoral Collaboration to Create a Healthy Food System

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 2.2: Running with Streamers! Creating Active Environments for Young Children

 

 

MP 2.3: Building a Culture of Health through Diverse Collaborations

 

MP 3.1: Toward Healthier Diets: Where Non-Governmental Organizations and Industry Clash and Cooperate

 

MP 2.4: The Successful Impact of Cross System Collaborations in the Retail Environment

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 2.4: Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding: Obesity Prevention Begins at Birth

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 1.7: Latino Community Engagement and Obesity Prevention: The Promotores Model

 

 

MP 1.2: Global and Local Institutions Mobilizing for Food System Changes that Impact Health

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

MP 3.1: Toward Healthier Diets: Where Non-Governmental Organizations and Industry Clash and Cooperate

 

MP 1.2: Global and Local Institutions Mobilizing for Food System Changes that Impact Health

 

WS 2.4: Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding: Obesity Prevention Begins at Birth

 

WS 2.3: Would You Eat 91 Cubes of Sugar: A Look at Several Strategies for Decreasing Consumption of Sugary Drinks

 

WS 1.4: Collective Action: The Need for Multi-Sectoral Collaboration to Create a Healthy Food System

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 2.6: Going to Scale with “California Thursdays” - 42 School Districts Serving Fresh Food

 

 

WS 3.2: Using Child Care Licensing Laws to Improve Health

 

MP 3.1: Toward Healthier Diets: Where Non-Governmental Organizations and Industry Clash and Cooperate

 

WS 2.7: Family Centered Group Visits: Reducing Childhood Obesity in Vulnerable Populations

 

MP 2.2: BMI-How does it measure up?

 

WS 1.1: Healthy Beverages in Early Childhood: Research to Policy to Practice

 

MP 1.3: Mission Possible: Kids will eat school meals

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

WS 2.5: Creating Healthy, Vibrant Afterschool Cultures: National, State, and Local Perspectives

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

 

MP 1.2: Global and Local Institutions Mobilizing for Food System Changes that Impact Health

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

MP 1.1: The Evolution of Obesity Prevention: Accelerating Upstream Prevention to Improve Health and Equity in Communities, and to Help a Reforming Health Care System

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

MP 1.4: It Can Be Done: Successful Community Engagement Models to Maximize Collective Impact

 

WS 2.7: Family Centered Group Visits: Reducing Childhood Obesity in Vulnerable Populations

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

 

WS 2.5: Creating Healthy, Vibrant Afterschool Cultures: National, State, and Local Perspectives

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

WS 1.1: Healthy Beverages in Early Childhood: Research to Policy to Practice

 

MP 3.3: Stress, Youth & Obesity: Rethinking How Emotion Plays a Role in Eating Behaviors

 

MP 2.1: Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages for Public Health: What Have We Learned From the Mexico, Berkeley, and San Francisco Initiatives?

 

MP 1.4: It Can Be Done: Successful Community Engagement Models to Maximize Collective Impact

 

MP 2.4: The Successful Impact of Cross System Collaborations in the Retail Environment

 

MP 3.4: Step it Up! The Keys to Eating Well and Playing Hard in Family Day Care Homes

 

MP 1.2: Global and Local Institutions Mobilizing for Food System Changes that Impact Health

 

MP 1.3: Mission Possible: Kids will eat school meals

 

MP 2.3: Building a Culture of Health through Diverse Collaborations

 

WS 1.3: Evaluation Frameworks Designed to Measure Public Health Impact

 

 

Research

Workshop

WS 2.1: Childhood Obesity: Disparities, Costs, and Cost-Effective Solutions

 

 

WS 4.1: Cost-Effectiveness of Nutrition and Physical Activity Interventions: What’s the Return on Investment?

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 2.2: Running with Streamers! Creating Active Environments for Young Children

 

 

WS 1.6: A Cross-Sectorial Approach for Designing and Fostering Healthy, Safe Communities

 

WS 4.6: The First National Study of Neighborhood Parks: Implications for Increasing Physical Activity at the Population Level

 

WS 2.4: Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding: Obesity Prevention Begins at Birth

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS: 3.1: “Shape”ing a Public-Private Strategy for Childhood Obesity Prevention

 

WS 1.7: Latino Community Engagement and Obesity Prevention: The Promotores Model

 

 

Early Childhood

Workshop

WS 4.7: Tools of the Trade: Current Early Childhood Resources and Training

 

WS 2.2: Running with Streamers! Creating Active Environments for Young Children

 

 

WS 1.4: Collective Action: The Need for Multi-Sectoral Collaboration to Create a Healthy Food System

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 1.2: Are you Tech Savvy? How to Assess if Technology Can Help Kids and Families

 

WS 2.7: Family Centered Group Visits: Reducing Childhood Obesity in Vulnerable Populations

 

WS 2.3: Would You Eat 91 Cubes of Sugar: A Look at Several Strategies for Decreasing Consumption of Sugary Drinks

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 4.3: Effective Messaging to Build Public Support to Curb Unhealthy Food Marketing to Children

 

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

WS 1.5: A “Whole” New Look at School Lunch: Perceptions Matter

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

WS 2.5: Creating Healthy, Vibrant Afterschool Cultures: National, State, and Local Perspectives

 

WS 3.5: Made to Move: Getting Kids Active throughout the School Day

 

WS 3.7: The Continuum of Care: From Primary Prevention to Tertiary Management

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 4.2: Reaching Diverse Communities Utilizing Culturally Tailored Strategies to Impact Change

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

WS 2.4: Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding: Obesity Prevention Begins at Birth

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 3.4: Linking Farms to Schools through Innovative Strategies and Procurement Practices

 

 

Marketing

Workshop

WS 3.3: Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools: National Progress, State and Local Action

 

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

WS 3.2: Using Child Care Licensing Laws to Improve Health

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 2.6: Going to Scale with “California Thursdays” - 42 School Districts Serving Fresh Food

 

 

Community

Workshop

WS 4.2: Reaching Diverse Communities Utilizing Culturally Tailored Strategies to Impact Change

 

 

WS 3.6: Shared Use: New Evidence and New Frontiers

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

MP 2.4: The Successful Impact of Cross System Collaborations in the Retail Environment

 

MP 2.2: BMI-How does it measure up?

 

 

Research

Workshop

WS 2.1: Childhood Obesity: Disparities, Costs, and Cost-Effective Solutions

 

 

Food Systems

Workshop

WS 4.4: A Food Bank Employee, a Farmer, and a Physician Walk into a Bar: Hear How Different Stakeholders are Strategizing to Address Health for Charitable Food Recipients

 

 

WS 4.5: New Local School Wellness Policy Requirements: Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation

 

MP 3.3: Stress, Youth & Obesity: Rethinking How Emotion Plays a Role in Eating Behaviors

 

MP 2.1: Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages for Public Health: What Have We Learned From the Mexico, Berkeley, and San Francisco Initiatives?

 

MP 3.4: Step it Up! The Keys to Eating Well and Playing Hard in Family Day Care Homes

 

MP 1.1: The Evolution of Obesity Prevention: Accelerating Upstream Prevention to Improve Health and Equity in Communities, and to Help a Reforming Health Care System

 

To Nudge or Not to Nudge: Insights from Behavioral Economics

 

Understanding the Evidence-Base that Supports Youth Engagement as Advocates for Healthier Communities

 

Integrated & Innovative Care Delivery Models

 

F as in Fat: What is Our Nation Doing to Combat Obesity?

 

Primary Care Skills & Resources

 

Fat but Fit: Health at Any Size?

 

Community Transformation Grants Address Childhood Obesity in Rural America

 

Eliminating Health Disparities

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

Community Transformation Grants Address Childhood Obesity in Rural America

 

Marion Nestle - Keynote Presentation

 

To Nudge or Not to Nudge: Insights from Behavioral Economics

 

Weight of the Nation for Kids: The Power of Film to Advance a Movement

 

Innovations in the School Lunch: Cutting Edge Approaches to Farm to School

 

Finding Space to Play: Community Use of School Property

 

Eliminating Health Disparities

 

Finding Space to Play: Community Use of School Property

 

Mini-Plenary

Physical Activity: Advocacy to Implementation

 

School Wellness Policies: What's New and What's Next

 

 

Overarching

Keynote

June 29th Dignitary

 

 

Mini-Plenary

School Wellness Policies: What's New and What's Next

 

Workshop

Tapping into Water in School and After-School Settings: a Strategy for Obesity Prevention and Learning

 

 

Overarching

Keynote

General Session Panel (June 30, 2011)

 

 

Workshop

Tapping into Water in School and After-School Settings: a Strategy for Obesity Prevention and Learning

 

 

Overarching

Keynote

General Session Panel (June 30, 2011)

 

 

Workshop

How State and Localities Can Build on Recent National School Food Policies

 

Schools as “Hubs” of Evidence-based Nutrition and Physical Activity Partnerships

 

Creating Healthy Communities: Lessons from Multi-Sector Community Engagement Initiatives

 

Emergency Food System: Changing Landscape and Policy Efforts to Support Family Health

 

Healthy Childcare, Healthy Kids

 

Starting Early-Promoting Healthy and Active Living in Young Children

 

 

Overarching

Mini-Plenary

Healthy Food Closer to Home: Stay Up to Date on Healthy Food Financing

 

 

Workshop

California FreshWorks Fund: Financial Strategies for Increasing Healthy Food Access in Food Retail

 

Policy to Planting: Regional Partnerships Building a Local Viable Food System

 

 

Overarching

Mini-Plenary

National Policy Update: Key Childhood Obesity Initiatives

 

 

Workshop

Policy to Planting: Regional Partnerships Building a Local Viable Food System

 

Farm to Preschool - A Systems Approach Taking Root

 

 

Overarching

Mini-Plenary

The Latest on Sugar-Loaded Beverages: From Industry Tactics to Policy Efforts and Everything in Between

 

 

Workshop

Farm to Preschool - A Systems Approach Taking Root

 

Navigating the Early Childhood System to Improve Physical Activity among Young Children

 

Mini-Plenary

Making Change Matter: Maximizing the Impact of the HHFKA in Early Childhood

 

 

Overarching

Workshop

Building on Lessons Learned from Communities Putting Prevention to Work

 

 

Workshop

Weighing in on “Performance-Enhancing” Drinks and Their Risks to Children’s Health

 

Unhappy Meals: Addressing the Nutritional Quality of Restaurant Children's Meals

 

We’re Not Buying It: Strategies for Protecting Children from Food Industry Tactics

 

Advancing Healthy Built Environments - Funder, Coalition, and State Government Perspectives

 

Embedding Health and Equity in Transportation Planning to Address Childhood Obesity

 

Rethinking School Lunch Oakland: Improving School Meals through Central and Community Kitchens

 

Zoning for Zucchini, Licensing for Lettuce: Policy Approaches in the Retail Environment

 

 

Agriculture and Food Systems

Mini-Plenary

Farm to Fork: Moving from Theory to Practice

 

 

Workshop

Zoning for Zucchini, Licensing for Lettuce: Policy Approaches in the Retail Environment

 

Innovative, Cost-Effective School Menu Planning

 

 

Agriculture and Food Systems

Mini-Plenary

Moving Toward Healthier and Sustainable Food Systems

 

 

Workshop

Innovative, Cost-Effective School Menu Planning

 

The Power of Partnerships in After-School and Summer Meal Programs

 

 

Agriculture and Food Systems

Mini-Plenary

School Meals: Taste Good? Look Good? Good for You?

 

Workshop

Federal, State and Local Policies Impacting Food Systems

 

Building Food System 101: Improving Public Health in Rural and Urban Communities

 

 

Basic and Applied Research

Mini-Plenary

A Calorie is a Calorie...Or is it?

 

Workshop

Perinatal Environmental Influences on Future Obesity

 

Physical Activity Among Children: Which Environments Matter?

 

Research Methods: How to build the evidence for community change

 

 

Built Environment, Land Use and Transportation

Mini-Plenary

Visionary Approaches to Creating Active Communities

 

Workshop

Community Greening: The Critical Role of Parks and Open Space

 

Tools for Change: GIS Mapping and Assesment

 

Completing the Streets While Building the Ideal Healthy Community for Children: An Interactive Workshop

 

 

Community Nutrition and Physical Activity

Mini-Plenary

Health In All Policies: A Good Solution Solves Multiple Problems

 

Workshop

Rural Communities: Successful Interventions for Increasing Healthy Eating and Active Living

 

Working in Partnership to Keep Communities Safe: Our Health Depends On It

 

Creating A Persuasive Obesity Prevention Policy Agenda

 

Taking the Lead: How Youth around the Country are Creating Change

 

 

Early Childhood

Mini-Plenary

Efforts to Improve the Federal Nutrition Programs in Early Childhood

 

Workshop

Best Practices for Young Children: Nutrition

 

Best Practices for Young Children: Physical Activity

 

Breastfeeding as a Health Policy Issue: Hospital Practices

 

A Life-course Perspective on Preconception Care and Early Childhood Development

 

 

Health Care Prevention Strategies

Mini-Plenary

Where are the Dollars in Health Care Reform? National Policy Impact on Obesity Prevention and Care

 

Workshop

Successes and Challenges in Engaging Medi-Cal Providers to Prevent Pediatric Obesity

 

Working With Diverse Communities: Why Community Partners are Critical

 

Promoting Weight Sensitivity and Health Messages for All Sizes

 

 

Marketing to Kids

Mini-Plenary

The Children's Advertising Debate: A New Perspective

 

Workshop

What's All the Buzz About Social Media? How Are Public Health Programs Using Social Media and Mobile Technology to Reach Their Audience?

 

Marketing and Its Impact on Childhood Obesity: Mitigating Unhealthy Food Messages

 

Taking it to the Masses: Creative Strategies for Launching a Marketing Campaign

 

 

School/After School

Workshop

Innovative Approaches to Ensuring Access to Physical Education and Physical Activity

 

After School: The Time and Place to Address Childhood Obesity

 

Change Environments Through School Wellness Policies

 

Nutrition Education LEAPs to New Heights!

 

 

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