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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." Institute of Medicine. 2015. Cross-Sector Responses to Obesity: Models for Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21706.
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Workshop Agenda

Cross-Sector Work on Obesity Prevention, Treatment, and
Weight Maintenance: Models for Change

Solving Obesity: Everyone’s Issue

SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

Auditorium, National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Hosted by the IOM Roundtable on Obesity Solutions

AGENDA

OPENING REMARKS

9:00 am Welcome
Bill Purcell, Jones Hawkins & Farmer, PLC, and Roundtable on Obesity Solutions Chair
   
9:05 am Introduction and Orientation
Nico Pronk, HealthPartners, Inc., and Workshop Planning Committee Chair, Roundtable Member
   
SESSION 1: OVERARCHING CONSIDERATIONS FOR WORKING ACROSS SECTORS
Moderator: Nico Pronk, HealthPartners, Inc., Roundtable Member
   
9:20 am Health Equity: Mildred Thompson, PolicyLink
   
9:35 am Sustainability: Donald Hinkle-Brown, The Reinvestment Fund
   
Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." Institute of Medicine. 2015. Cross-Sector Responses to Obesity: Models for Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21706.
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9:50 am Leadership: Debra Oto-Kent, Health Education Council
   
10:05 am Measurement: Pamela Schwartz, Kaiser Permanente
   
10:20 am BREAK
   
10:45 am Panel Discussion
Facilitator: Larry Soler, Partnership for a Healthier America, Roundtable Member
   
11:15 am Audience Discussion
Facilitator: Larry Soler
   
11:45 am LUNCH
   
SESSION 2: CASE STUDIES OF CROSS-SECTOR WORK
Moderator: Nico Pronk
Each case study will feature a 20-minute presentation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion with the audience.
   
1:00 pm The National Prevention Council
Melissa Lim Brodowski, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Susan Damour, U.S. General Services Agency, Rocky Mountain Region
Jeff Levi, Trust for America’s Health
Acting Surgeon General Rear Admiral (RADM)
Boris D. Lushniak
Brigette Ulin, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Facilitator: Sylvia Rowe, SR Strategy, LLC, Roundtable Member
   
1:40 pm A Statewide Strategy to Battle Child Obesity in Delaware
Mary Beth French, Christina School District
Mary Kate Mouser, Nemours
Helen Riley, St. Michael’s School and Nursery
Facilitator: Debbie Chang, Nemours, Roundtable Member
 
Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." Institute of Medicine. 2015. Cross-Sector Responses to Obesity: Models for Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21706.
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2:20 pm Cook County PLACE MATTERS (Chicago)
James E. Bloyd, Cook County Department of Public Health, Chicago
Bonnie Rateree, Community Advocate
Felipe Tendick-Matesanz, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United
Facilitator: Brian Smedley, National Collaborative for Health Equity, Roundtable Member
   
3:00 pm PowerUp in the St. Croix Valley (MN and WI)
Marna Canterbury, Lakeview Health
Sue Hedlund, Washington County Department of Public
Health and Environment, Minnesota
Donna Zimmerman, HealthPartners
Facilitator: William Dietz, George Washington University School of Public Health, Roundtable Member
   
3:40 pm ACTIVE BREAK (participate at your ability)
   
4:00 pm Sault Ste. Marie (MI) Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Jeff Holt, Sault Tribe Leader
Shannon Laing, Michigan Public Health Institute
Donna Norkoli, Sault Tribe Health Services
Facilitator: Amelie Ramirez, Salud America!, Roundtable Member
   
4:40 pm Audience Discussion
Facilitator: David Fukuzawa, The Kresge Foundation, Roundtable Member
   
CLOSING REMARKS
   
5:10 pm Distilled Learnings
Moderator: Nico Pronk
Russell Pate, University of South Carolina, Roundtable Member
Marion Standish, The California Endowment, Roundtable Member
Maha Tahiri, General Mills, Inc., Roundtable Member
   
5:30 pm Adjourn Workshop
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Obesity affects 17 percent of children and adolescents and almost 36 percent of adults in the United States. Conservative estimates suggest that obesity now accounts for almost 20 percent of national health care spending. Until the obesity epidemic is reversed, obesity will continue to drive rates of chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer.

Cross-Sector Responses to Obesity is a summary of a workshop convened by the Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Obesity Solutions in September 2014 to explore models of cross-sector work that may reduce the prevalence and consequences of obesity. This report identifies case studies of cross-sector initiatives that engage partners from diverse fields, and lessons learned from and barriers to established cross-sector initiatives.

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