This webinar provides case studies of the three most common types of local gardening efforts – community gardens, school gardens, and employer-sponsored gardens. These case studies will discuss key components needed to establish and successfully maintain these gardening efforts.
Various public health policies have proven effective in promoting physical activity and reducing weight gain and obesity. Safe Routes to School (SRTS) initiatives are a topic of conversation in communities looking for ways to promote active transportation. SRTS programs encourage children to make walking and bicycling to school part of their daily routines. However, concerns over accidents, injuries and “liability” may not match the realities. This webinar provides an overview of the development and implementation of successful SRTS initiatives.
A Public Health Journal is a weekly cable television program with host Dr. Ed Ehlinger. Doug Blanke discusses how attorneys and other professionals help community leaders use public policies to improve the nation's health.
This webinar provides a review the legal foundations for federal, state, and local power to protect the public’s health. Presenters discuss “hot topics” such as social justice, health care reform, the Farm Bill, and tobacco control, and the scope of the government's power to develop, enforce, and implement public health laws and policies.
Drafting effective policies is critical to achieving overall systems change. Having clear policies helps to avoid confusion and controversy during the implementation phase. This webinar provides tips and suggestions on challenges, and provide tools to overcome those hurdles.