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Program Guide - Childhood obesity

6th Biennial Childhood obesity Conference Celebrating Success and Moving Toward Health in All Policies Program Guide J un e 28 30, 2011 | San Di ego, Cali f orn ia The Nation's Premier Conference on Childhood obesity ! Hosted by California Department of Public Health University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for Weight and Health The California Endowment | Kaiser Permanente #COC11. 75xx_TCE_ChildhoodObesity_AD_v2:Layout 1 2/24/11 5:58 PM Page 1. THE CALIFORNIA. ENDOWMENT. The California Endowment proudly supports California Project LEAN and the California obesity Prevention Program and the Childhood obesity Conference.

5 You’re Invited Acknowledgements Peggy Agron California Project LEAN, the California Obesity Prevention Program, and School Health Connections, California Department

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1 6th Biennial Childhood obesity Conference Celebrating Success and Moving Toward Health in All Policies Program Guide J un e 28 30, 2011 | San Di ego, Cali f orn ia The Nation's Premier Conference on Childhood obesity ! Hosted by California Department of Public Health University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for Weight and Health The California Endowment | Kaiser Permanente #COC11. 75xx_TCE_ChildhoodObesity_AD_v2:Layout 1 2/24/11 5:58 PM Page 1. THE CALIFORNIA. ENDOWMENT. The California Endowment proudly supports California Project LEAN and the California obesity Prevention Program and the Childhood obesity Conference.

2 Building Healthy Communities learn more at Sacramento Oakland Fresno Los Angeles San Diego Welcome Letter Greetings Conference Attendees, On behalf of the Conference hosts, we are proud and honored to welcome you to San Diego for the 6th Biennial Childhood obesity Conference the largest Conference of its kind in the nation addressing one of the most critical public health challenges facing our country. This year's Conference theme, Celebrating Success and Moving Toward Health in All Policies, builds on our accomplishments, including improving school environments, achieving new beverage standards for child care and securing new federal funds focused on healthy food access.

3 It highlights the necessity and benefits of considering health when making policy decisions at the local, county, state and federal level. These policies that impact the places where we live, learn, work and play also have a profound influence on our economic health, equity and environmental sustainability. We have made much progress but there remains much more to be done if we are to effect long-term changes that will reverse the Childhood obesity epidemic. The nation is poised to realize opportunities for meaningful change in health reform. We encourage all of you to continue to expand your efforts, create more opportunities for collaboration across sectors, and continue on the path of innovation though public/private partnerships.

4 The future health of our children and nation depends on your vigilance. Please accept our wishes for a productive Conference. All of you have demonstrated your commitment to protecting the future health of our children and for that we commend you. Sincerely, The Childhood obesity Conference Hosts 3. You're Table of Invited Contents Welcome 18. Day One: June 21. Host Day Two: June 33. Supporter 10 Day Three: June 43. General 13 53. Continuing Education 14 Poster 67. Fitness 15 Session 79. Youth 16 Hotel 81. Track 17. 4. Acknowledgements We would like to thank the Planning Committee.

5 Peggy Agron Dana Gerstein Jeffery Rosenhall California Project LEAN, the California Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for California Active Communities, California obesity Prevention Program , and School Weight and Health, University of California, Department of Public Health Health Connections, California Department Berkeley Linda Rudolph of Public Health Nina Gordon Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Veronica Barajas Keeler California State Parks and Health Promotion, California California Office of Binational Border Health Alethea Harper Department of Public Health Victoria Berends Oakland Food Policy Council Linda Shak California Project LEAN and the California Katherine Hawksworth Prevention Institute obesity Prevention Program , California California Project LEAN, California Gil Sisneros Department of Public Health Department of Public Health Network for a Healthy California, California Kathryn Boyle Suzanne Haydu Department of Public Health Kaiser Permanente Maternal.

6 Child and Adolescent Health Aimee Sisson Phyllis Bramson-Paul Division, California Department of Public Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Nutrition Services Division, California Health and Health Promotion, California Department of Education Janice Kao Department of Public Health Carol Chase Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center Marion Standish Nutrition Services Division, California for Weight and Health, University of The California Endowment Department of Education California, Berkeley Melody Steeples Pat Crawford Geanne Lyons CAN-Act Dr.

7 Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for California Women, Infants and Children Dennis M. Styne Weight and Health, University of California, Program (WIC), California Department University of California, Davis, Berkeley of Public Health Children's Hospital Carmen Cutter Robert Lustig Judy Sundquist Active Living Research Department of Pediatrics, University of Nutrition Program Consultant Jennifer Esparza California, San Francisco Roberta Tinajero-Frankel Nutrition Services Division, California Genoveva Islas-Hooker Kaiser Permanente Department of Education Central California Regional obesity Prevention Program Margaret West Lucrecia Farfan-Ramirez Division of Nutrition.

8 Physical Activity and University of California Cooperative Nestor Martinez obesity , Centers for Disease Control and Extension, Alameda County California Project LEAN, California Prevention Karen Farley Department of Public Health Gail Woodward-Lopez California WIC Association Ces Murphy Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center Silvia Flores California Project LEAN, California for Weight and Health, University of First 5 Children & Families Commission Department of Public Health California, Berkeley Susan Foerster Cheryl Moder Shannan Young Network for a Healthy California, California San Diego County Childhood Nutrition Services Division, California Department of Public Health obesity Initiative Department of Education Kim Frinzell Carma Okerberg Julie Williamson California Women, Infants and Children Network for a Healthy California.

9 California Formerly California Convergence, Program (WIC), California Department of Department of Public Health Partnership for the Public's Health Public Health Andee Press-Dawson Seleda Williams California Afterschool Network Medi-Cal Managed Care Division, California Julia Ralston Department of Health Care Services California Project LEAN, California Department of Public Health 5. You're Invited Acknowledgements We would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their efforts in making the Conference a successful educational experience.

10 Agriculture and Food Systems Built Environment, Land Use and Cathi Lamp Transportation University of California Cooperative Lucrecia Farfan-Ramirez (Track co-chair). Extension University of California Cooperative Dana Gerstein (Track co-chair). Extension, Alameda County Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for Elle Mari Weight and Health, University of California, Network for a Healthy California Children's Shannan Young (Track co-chair). Berkeley Power Play! Campaign, California Nutrition Services Division, California Department of Public Health Department of Education Jeffery Rosenhall (Track co-chair).


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