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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Healthy Farms, Healthy People
    Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Policy and Partnership Initiatives Healthy Farms Healthy People Healthy Farms Healthy People In collaboration with the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Illinois Stewardship Alliance the Illinois Local Food Farms and Jobs Council ILFFJC and several other key stakeholders IPHI held a state wide Healthy Farms Healthy People Supporting Local Food Systems and Improving Public Health symposium to address food access regulations food safety and production supply issues in Springfield Illinois on Tuesday October 23 2012 the day before national Food Day Read the Healthy Farms Healthy People Symposium Policy and Research Agenda Report here One hundred sixty one people registered for the event Roughly 140 people attended which ensured a diversity of perspectives from a variety of health and agricultural stakeholders including farmers public health and food safety practitioners food processors food nutrition and health entrepreneurs and advocates for local food systems farmers markets urban farming healthy food access and farm to school institution programs The goals of the meeting were to Increase inter sectoral understanding of diverse perspectives pertaining to food access food production supply ensuring food safety and their impact on expanding local food systems Provide a meaningful opportunity for networking building relationships and improved understanding among sectors that typically do not interact with one another The production of a catalytic policy and research agenda that 1 advances the creation of a local food system and improves public health 2 lends itself to participatory and transdisciplinary methods and approaches and 3 is better addressed jointly by health and agricultural stakeholders working together

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/healthy-farms-healthy-people/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Connecting the Dots: Exploring the Synergy between Planning and Public Health
    DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Connecting the Dots Exploring the Synergy between Planning and Public Health Connecting the Dots Exploring the Synergy between Planning and Public Health REGISTER TODAY PLEASE NOTE As of 4 24 we are establishing a waitlist for the Chicago meeting Interested participants for Chicago should fill out the form and we will be in touch soon to let you know if there is space available Interested participants for Champaign can register through the form Thanks IPHI staff Please contact Jess Lynch at Jessica Lynch iphionline org with any questions For more information about this meeting please contact Jess Lynch at jessica lynch iphionline org Please join us for one of two workshops that will bring together planning and public health professionals to have a discussion and interactive dialogue on developing creative and concrete ways to collaborate Connecting the Dots Flyer This training is pending approval to provide three 3 American Institute of Certified Planners AICP CM credits Name First and Last Job Title Organization Profession Health Department Community Development Traffic Engineer Urban Regional Planner Park District Forest Preserve Nonprofit Organization Research Student Other Mailing Address City State Zip Code Email Phone Do you plan to attend the meeting in Chicago April 29 or Champaign May 6 Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning 233 South Wacker Drive Suite 800 Chicago Illinois 60606 Champaign Champaign Public Library 200 W Green Street Champaign Illinois 61820 Optional Would you be interested in facilitating one of the small group discussions Yes No Topic Areas Active Living Community Safety Economic

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/connecting-the-dots-exploring-the-synergy-between-planning-and-public-health/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Performance Management Overview
    for Hospitals Health Departments and Coalitions Quality Improvement and Performance Management Public Health Accreditation Readiness Health Impact Assessment Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Development Strategic Planning Evidence Based Public Health Policy Systems and Environmental Change Strategies Learning Collaboratives Obesity Action Roadmap Accreditation and Mock Review Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Training Archive Performance Management Overview Performance Management Overview This course is being hosted by the MidAmerica Center for Public Health Practice When you launch the course you will be taken to Public Health Learning where you will be required to login to register for the course Performance Management Overview Quality Improvement 101 Building a Culture of Quality and Performance Improvement Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events View Calendar What we do Consultation Technical Assistance Training Advocacy Public Education Policy Systems Research Development IPHI Initiatives

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/training-archive-reformatted/performance-management-overview/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Quality Improvement 101
    and Technical Assistance Services Community Health Assessment for Hospitals Health Departments and Coalitions Community Health Planning and Implemnetation for Hospitals Health Departments and Coalitions Quality Improvement and Performance Management Public Health Accreditation Readiness Health Impact Assessment Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Development Strategic Planning Evidence Based Public Health Policy Systems and Environmental Change Strategies Learning Collaboratives Obesity Action Roadmap Accreditation and Mock Review Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Training Archive Quality Improvement 101 Quality Improvement 101 Quality Improvement 101 Click here to access the webinar recording Click here to access slide handouts Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events View Calendar What we do Consultation Technical Assistance Training Advocacy Public Education Policy Systems Research Development IPHI Initiatives Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Healthy and Active Communities Network Illinois Framework Search Recent News 2015 Success Launches

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/training-archive-reformatted/3935-2/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Building a Culture of Quality
    Technical Assistance Services Community Health Assessment for Hospitals Health Departments and Coalitions Community Health Planning and Implemnetation for Hospitals Health Departments and Coalitions Quality Improvement and Performance Management Public Health Accreditation Readiness Health Impact Assessment Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Development Strategic Planning Evidence Based Public Health Policy Systems and Environmental Change Strategies Learning Collaboratives Obesity Action Roadmap Accreditation and Mock Review Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Training Archive Building a Culture of Quality Building a Culture of Quality Click here to access the webinar Click here to access the slide handouts Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events View Calendar What we do Consultation Technical Assistance Training Advocacy Public Education Policy Systems Research Development IPHI Initiatives Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Healthy and Active Communities Network Illinois Framework Search Recent News 2015 Success Launches

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/training-archive-reformatted/building-a-culture-of-quality/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Enhance P.E.: Making the Connection Between Physical Activity, Learning, Behavior & Health
    Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Training Archive Enhance P E Making the Connection Between Physical Activity Learning Behavior Health Enhance P E Making the Connection Between Physical Activity Learning Behavior Health Originally presented on July 16 2013 Click Here to View a Recording of the Webinar Description Illinois has long been a leader in valuing children s health by requiring daily physical education for grades K 12 With the instatement of the Enhance Physical Education P E Task Force set forth in Public Act 97 1102 Illinois school leaders teachers and parents are becoming even more aware of the link between quality physical education and learning behavior social emotional wellness and health We invite you to join this webinar to learn more about this connection and practical steps you can take to enhance P E and physical activity in your school or district During this webinar participants will hear from members of the Enhance P E Taskforce including the State Superintendent of Education and representatives from the Illinois Association of School Administrators the Illinois Principals Association and IAHPERD and a keynote address will be provided by a leading physical education coordinator around the neuroscience that supports the RETURN ON INVESTMENT of enhancing P E in schools Learning Objectives 1 Describe how schools benefit from the allocation of dollars and time for P E and physical activity during the school day the return on investment 3 Describe practical steps schools can take to enhance P E physical activity immediately like encouraging more rigorous physical activity during existing P E

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/training-archive-reformatted/enhanced-p-e-making-the-connection-between-physical-activity-learning-behavior-health/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Healthy Neighborhoods as an Economic Development Strategy – archived webinar
    PDF Webinar flyer Description Freeport Illinois Third Ward Healthy Neighborhoods Project engages residents in improving their own health and well being by promoting healthier more vital neighborhoods The project is a collaboration between three core partners Third Ward residents the City of Freeport and the Stephenson County Health Department as well as various other government and community partners to bring attention and resources to address the health concerns of low income traditionally hard to reach residents living near Freeport s brownfield sites Brownfields are land previously used for industrial purposes or commercial uses that may have low levels of contamination and prove a barrier to redevelopment e g from dry cleaners gas stations etc The model used to engage and empower residents of Freeport s Third Ward is not specific to a brownfield related initiative and could be duplicated elsewhere Freeport s Brownfields Initiative active since 1999 has transformed in recent years into a more cohesive and comprehensive Freeport Revitalization Initiative that integrates a holistic view of residents health concerns and addresses the fundamental social and environmental determinants of health The partners recognize that community health and wellness is affected by a many interconnected factors such as socioeconomic status transportation housing race and ethnicity education and the environment Participants in this webinar will learn about the Third Ward Healthy Neighborhood Project s model for engaging and empowering hard to reach populations in redeveloping their own community and improving wellness A representative of each of the three core partners will discuss their role in the project and how their participation has affected their perspective and ideas for future collaboration Objectives As a result of the Webinar participants will be able to 1 Describe an effective model for empowering hard to reach populations as leaders and change agents in redeveloping their communities

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/healthy-neighborhoods-as-an-economic-development-strategy-archived-webinar/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Turning Data Into Information – Archive Recordings
    CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Training Archive Turning Data Into Information Archive Recordings Turning Data Into Information Archive Recordings IPLAN Web Training Turning Data into Information The two part Turning Data into Information webinar will share practical approaches and resources for local health departments LHDs related to data analysis interpretation and presentation This introduction to public health data analysis will focus on how to turn raw community health assessment data into useful information and using data to tell a story Click Here to View the Flyer Turning Data into Information Part 1 Recorded Wednesday February 13 2013 1 30 3 00pm CST Click Here to View the Recording Part 1 is specifically directed to local health departments with limited expertise in data analysis and epidemiology Presenters will review basic data concepts including selecting indicators and analyzing interpreting and summarizing public health data Part 1 will also explore several important data sources that LHDs can integrate into their IPLAN assessment and planning Presenters will also provide some basic information on best practices for presenting data to community members and other stakeholders a topic to be covered more in depth in Part 2 Note Participation in Part 1 is not required to participate in Part 2 of this webinar series Turning Data into Information Part 2 Recorded Wednesday March 20 2013 1 30 3 00pm CST Click Here to View the Recording Part 2 is intended to provide useful information and resources to LHDs across Illinois with a range of experience and capacity related to data analysis and interpretation Presenters will discuss best practices for presenting data in ways that are

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/training-archive-reformatted/turning-data-into-information-archive-recordings/ (2016-04-30)
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