APHA Webinar Series
PBIC and the American Public Health Association have teamed up to offer a three-part webinar series on active transportation and health:
7/24/2012— "Using Health Impact Assessments to connect bicycle and pedestrian safety and health"Presented by Bethany Rogerson, senior associate for the Health Impact Project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts; Jim Skoog, Community Health Specialist with St. Louis County, Minn, Public Health and Human Services; Ellen Pillsbury, Senior Planner with the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission (ARDC) Regional Planning Division; and Brendon Haggerty, planner, Clark County, Wash. public health department.
9/19/2012— "Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Using walking and bicycling as ways to promote public health"Presented by Mary Balluff, chief, Community Health and Nutrition Services, Douglas County (Neb.) Health Department, Kerri Peterson, executive director Live Well Omaha and Alisa Haushalter, program manager, Nashville Communities Putting Prevention to Work Campaign.
11/13/2012— "Prescription Trails: How public health professionals are supporting trails and walking programs": Presented by Attila Bality, with the Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program in the National Park Service’s New Mexico office; Dr. Linda Macdonald, a physician in Albuquerque and member of the Prescription Trails steering committee; Russell Hirschler, the executive director of the Upper Valley Trails Alliance in Vermont, and Becky Lewandoski, the Upper Valley Trails Alliance’s program coordinator; and Judy Corwin, administrative director of marketing and public relations, The Corvallis Clinic, in Oregon.