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IOM Regional Symposium Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Communities

The full summary can be found on the CD-ROM attached to the inside back cover of the report.


Program Agenda

Institute of Medicine Regional Symposium


Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Communities


In collaboration with Healthcare Georgia Foundation Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


October 6–7, 2005

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center

Atlanta, Georgia


October 6, 2005

Opening Session


Welcome

Martha Katz, Healthcare Georgia Foundation



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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? G IOM Regional Symposium Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Communities The full summary can be found on the CD-ROM attached to the inside back cover of the report. Program Agenda Institute of Medicine Regional Symposium Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Communities In collaboration with Healthcare Georgia Foundation Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation October 6–7, 2005 Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center Atlanta, Georgia October 6, 2005 Opening Session Welcome Martha Katz, Healthcare Georgia Foundation

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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Overview of the IOM Report and Goals for the Meeting Jeffrey Koplan, Emory University and Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity Youth Efforts in Preventing Childhood Obesity Raymond Figueroa, Jr., Anthony George, Kenneth Alleyne, Artrese Reid, Eboni Bowman, TRUCE Fitness and Nutrition Center of the Harlem Children’s Zone, New York City Setting the Context for Obesity Prevention in Communities James Marks, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Plenary Panel Presentations and Discussion Mobilizing Neighborhood and Community Grassroots Efforts Developing, implementing, and evaluating grassroots changes related to childhood obesity prevention: barriers and opportunities. Moderator: Antronette Yancey, UCLA School of Public Health Plenary Panel Presentations and Panel Discussion Community Initiatives Stewart Watson and Nancy DeVault, Seminole County Healthy Kids Partnership, Florida Jeff Bachar, Cherokee Diabetes Prevention Program, North Carolina Beverly Howell, Project Delta Hope and Mississippi Partnerships on Childhood Obesity Plenary Panel Presentations and Panel Discussion Faith-Based Initiatives Anthony Evans, National Black Church Initiative Jean Murphy, Health Ministries, Doraville, Georgia Bethann Cottrell, Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta Steven Cooper, Mid-South Faith-Based Development Center, Mississippi Plenary Panel Presentations and Discussion Mobilizing City, County, and State Efforts Developing, implementing, and evaluating changes related to childhood obesity prevention at the county and state levels: barriers and opportunities. Moderator: Susan Foerster, California Department of Health Services

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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Plenary Panel Presentations and Panel Discussion Helen Matheny and Dan Foster, West Virginia Healthy Lifestyle Coalition Marcus Plescia, Eat Smart, Move More… North Carolina Stewart Gordon, Chair of Louisiana Council on Obesity Prevention Joan Miller, Bexar County Community Health Collaborative, Texas Carol Johnson, Georgia Physical Activity Network Breakout Sessions What are the barriers to change? What is needed to implement and sustain these changes? Breakout Session #1 Changing the Environment to Prevent Childhood Obesity Facilitators: Ken Powell, Georgia Department of Human Resources; John Peters, Procter & Gamble Company Howard Frumkin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta Ed McBrayer, PATH Foundation, Atlanta Andy Fisher, Community Food Security Coalition, Venice, California Duane Perry, The Food Trust, Philadelphia Majora Carter, Sustainable South Bronx, New York Breakout Session #2 Fostering Collaboration between the Public Health and Health Care Communities to Prevent Childhood Obesity Facilitators: Ann Bullock, Health and Medical Division, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; Susan Foerster, California Department of Health Services Veda Johnson, Whitefoord Community Program, Atlanta Donna Hardy, Washington Wilkes County/Medical College of Georgia Partnership Luke Beno, Operation Zero, Kaiser Permanente, Atlanta John Batson, Pediatrician, Columbia, South Carolina

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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Breakout Session #3 Supporting and Evaluating Community Efforts to Prevent Childhood Obesity Facilitators: Marshall Kreuter, Georgia State University, Atlanta; Jennifer Greene, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Steve Fawcett, University of Kansas, Lawrence Laura Kann, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta Greg Welk, FITNESSGRAM Scientific Advisory Board, Ames, Iowa Karen Schetzina, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City Reception Speaker: David Satcher, Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta Friday, October 7, 2005 Welcome Jeffrey Koplan, Emory University and Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity Opportunities and Challenges in Community-Level Obesity Prevention Efforts James Gavin, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta Reports from Breakout Groups Rapporteurs: Ken Powell (Breakout #1), Ann Bullock (Breakout #2), Jennifer Greene (Breakout #3) Plenary Panel Presentations and Discussion Preventing Childhood Obesity: What More Can Be Done? What are the barriers to further progress? What more can be done at the national, state, and local levels? Moderator: Douglas Kamerow, RTI International, Washington, DC State Perspective Daniel Foster, West Virginia Senate Federal Perspective Janet Collins, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Local Perspective Larry Johnson, DeKalb County Commission, Georgia Youth Perspective Leann Alexander and Chance Holder, Mississippi 4-H Summary and Next Steps Jeffrey Koplan, Emory University and Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity Group Discussion Closing Session