1. Workshop on Measurement Strategies for Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention, Panel I Q&A

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    Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Sallis and Dr. Hoehner.

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    • Workshop on Measurement Strategies for Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention, Panel I Part 2

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      Dr. Hoehner shares current and potential sources of measures for accelerating progress in obesity prevention related to physical activity, inactivity, and the built environment.

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      • Workshop on Measurement Strategies for Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention, Panel I Part 1

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        Dr. Sallis provides an overview of measuring environmental and policy exposures related to physical activity and the built environment.

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        • Workshop on Measurement Strategies for Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention, Welcome and Opening Remarks

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          IOM Committee Vice-Chair Bill Purcell welcomes everyone and shares the goals for the workshop.

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          • Taking it to the camps

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            • Day2 15 - The Way Forward - Jacquelyn Campbell

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              The Way Forward Moderated by Jacquelyn Campbell Full panel of speakers with moderator and audience participation to discuss ways in which existing programs can be scaled up, new approaches can be determined, or information gaps can be addressed.

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              • Day2 14 Panel Q&A

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                Q & A with Brigid McCaw, Roger Fallot, Julian Ford, Hortensia Amaro, and Cris Sullivan Panelists and participants discuss with the panelists their presentation on psychosocial empowerment and interrupting cycles of violence.

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                • Day2 13 - A Systems-Model Approach to Improve IPV Services in a Large Health Care Organization - Brigid McCaw

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                  Brigid McCaw, MD Medical Director, Family Violence Prevention Program, Kaiser Permanente Dr. Brigid McCaw presents a systems-model approach to improving intimate partner violence services in a large health care organization and the need for trauma-informed care.

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                  • Day2 12 - Community Advocacy Project: A Psychosocial Empowerment Intervention for Women with Abusive Partners - Cris Sullivan

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                    Community Advocacy Project: A Psychosocial Empowerment Intervention for Women with Abusive Partners Cris Sullivan, PhD Director, Violence against Women Research and Outreach Initiative, Michigan State University Dr. Cris Sullivan presents the Community Advocacy Project and evidence that psychosocial empowerment intervention for women with abusive partners can positively change their life trajectory.

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                    • Day2 08 The Way Forward - Jeffrey Edleson

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                      Moderated by Jeffrey Edleson, PhD Director of Research, University of Minnesota School of Social Work Full panel of speakers with moderator and audience participation to discuss ways in which existing programs can be scaled up, new approaches can be determined, or information gaps can be addressed.

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