The 6th Annual Planning for Healthy Communities Conference is the best opportunity in North Carolina for professionals and local elected officials to gather together and learn how to create healthy communities! This year’s conference featured a morning keynote by Sarah Langdon, Project Manager for the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest School of Medicine. She shared her experience in improving community health in disadvantaged and under-served communities. Sarah led participants in a discussion on how health equity is an essential component to planning for healthy communities.
Presentations are linked below
Agenda: 2018 Conference Agenda
The Role of Community in Promoting Health Equity-Sarah Langdon
Engaging the Community to Achieve Health Equity-Chrystal Joy & Donyel Barber
Expanding Individual Mobility and access Through Bike and Scooter Share Programs-Scott Curry, Michael Applegate, & CJ Shaw
Additional webinar on statewide opioid data aired on the same day as the 2018 Planning for Healthy Communities Conference by the UNC School of Government.
Organizers applied for 5 hours of American Institute of Certified Planners Certification Maintenance for those who attended the entire conference. The event number is #9159837.
For previous conference presentations, please contact Carina Soriano at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 704-688-7035.
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