Monday, April 15, 2019
1:00 - 3:30
McKimmon Conference & Training Center at NC State
1101 Gorman St., Raleigh, NC 27606
Registration Fee: $10
This engaging lecture will examine the social determinants of health and focus on how health and the prevalence of disease is influenced by our social, physical, and genetic environments. Dr. Lushniak will use the history of successes and lessons learned from the fight against tobacco to inform how we may move the needle on wellness. Included in his presentation will be the importance of public health initiatives including the full spectrum of partners in prevention- individuals, families, communities, education, health care, employers, businesses, and governments. The ultimate goal is changing socioeconomic factors, changing the context, and implementation of long-lasting protective interventions to have an impact on the health of individuals, the community, and the nation.
Dr. Lushniak will discuss the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and reflect on the extensive new knowledge gained since the first guidelines in 2008.
This event is sponsored by Eat Smart, Move More NC and open to all. Please share this event throughout your networks. A printable flyer is available here.
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The Eat Smart, Move More NC Executive Committee:
Melissa Roupe, Chair, Vidant Health
Joanne Lee, Vice Chair, Healthy Places By Design
Dave Gardner, Member at Large, NC Division of Public Health
Shelisa Howard-Martinez, Member at Large, Care Share Health Alliance
Jayne McBurney, Member at Large, NCSU Agricultural and Human Sciences
Rich Rairigh, Member at Large, Be Active Kids
Sheree Vodicka, Past Chair, NC Alliance of YMCAs