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Participate in the launch of the CDC’s new Health Impact in Five Years (HI-5) or “High-Five” initiative.

HI-5 Webinar: Exploring Community-Wide Interventions That Have Health Impact in 5 Years

 

Launched on August 9, 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) new Health Impact in Five Years (HI-5) or “High-Five” initiative highlights a list of 14 non-clinical, community-wide approaches with a proven track record. Each intervention is associated with improved health within five years and is reported to be cost-effective or cost-saving over the lifetime of the population or even earlier.

This kick-off webinar featured John Auerbach, MBA, Director for Policy, Office of the Associate Director for Policy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Natalie Renew, MPA, Managing Director, Early Childhood Education at Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), and three additional nationally recognized speakers who described their direct experience with early childhood education programs.

Panelists

  • John M. Auerbach, MBA, Director for Policy, Office of the Associate Director for Policy at CDC
  • Elizabeth Skillen, PhD, Senior Advisor, Policy, Research, Development and Analysis Office, Office of the Associate Director for Policy at CDC
  • W. Steven Barnett, PhD, Director, National Institute for Early Education Research
  • Susan Adams, MA, Assistant Commissioner for Pre-K & Instructional Support, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning
  • Natalie Renew, MPA, Managing Director, Early Childhood Education, PHMC

Moderator

  • Lolita Ross, MPPA, PMP, Chief Program Officer, National Network of Public Health Institutes

Grab the slides here »

Focus Areas:
  • Cross-Sector Collaboration

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