2013 Health Summit- Lancaster 5.23.13
Transforming Health | 05.20.13
In 2012, Lancaster County learned that key community health issues remain chronic. Obesity, smoking and access to preventive services are areas in which we need to do better. Why are these issues so difficult to address? What are the root causes and what have other communities, employers and social service agencies done to succeed in making positive change?
The 2013 Health Summit will share ideas, methodologies, products, and services that you can actually use. These techniques in turn will have a direct impact on your organization’s health and productivity, as well as link directly back to the larger community health goals. Come see what we can do together that individually is impractical.
2013 Health Summit - May 23, 2013 from 7:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
At the Lancaster Convention Center
2013 Health Summit Agenda:
Keynote speaker: Dalila Butler, M.P.H
- 2013 Updated Community Health Data
- Presentation of the 2013 Well Workplace Awards
- Keynote Address: Dalila Butler, M.P.H | Prevention Institute (scroll down to learn about Dalila and the Prevention Institute)
- PPACA Help Desk - Come with your questions!
- Breakout Sessions: Pick from 5 different sessions
- Event Host: Susan Shapiro—WGAL
$35 Registration Fee
$15 Non-Profit Rate
$5 Parking Ticket (Optional)
Dalila Butler, Program Coordinator, MPH
Dalila Butler, Program Coordinator at Prevention Institute, works in the areas of healthy eating and active living, health reform, and health equity. She also supports projects focused on the intersections of violence and chronic disease. She works with public health departments, community organizations, and foundations to provide training, technical assistance, and consultation for developing strategies to promote healthier and more equitable communities. Prior to joining Prevention Institute in 2009, Dalila worked in cancer prevention research. She brings to Prevention Institute knowledge of advancing health equity and experience working in several different sectors, including healthcare and nonprofit organizations. Dalila received her Masters in Public Health with an emphasis in health promotion from San Diego State University.
Prevention Institutebrings cutting-edge research, practice, and analysis to today's pressing health and safety concerns. Determined to achieve health and safety for all, to improve community environments equitably, and to serve as a focal point for primary prevention practice, the Institute asks what can be done in the first place, before people get sick or injured.
Prevention Institute has inspired a broad, comprehensive approach to systematizing prevention as a distinct discipline—not simply an educational message. It infuses a community and policy orientation into prevention practices, and it emphasizes the importance of quality prevention strategies—ones that are well designed, achieve far-reaching outcomes
Prevention Institute was founded in 1997 to serve as a focal point for primary prevention practice—promoting policies, organizational practices, and collaborative efforts that improve health and quality of life. As a national non-profit organization, the Institute is committed to preventing illness and injury, to fostering health and social equity, and to building momentum for community prevention as an integral component of a quality health system. Prevention Institute synthesizes research and practice; develops prevention tools and frameworks; helps design and guide interdisciplinary partnerships; and conducts training and strategic consultation with government, foundations, and community-based organizations nationwide and internationally.
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