The General Training Schedule Organize and mark your calendars!
Monday, May 06, 201911:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This mini-workshop will provide attendees working in rural or tribal areas with an in-depth discussion on implementing activity-friendly routes to everyday destinations. The panel will highlight the community context in which they are working and the challenges, opportunities, and potential strategies that may lead to activity-friendly routes to every day destinations. Session attendees will reflect on their own community context in relation to implementing activity-friendly routes to every day destinations, identify challenges/barriers and approaches to overcome these, describe successes and facilitators of success, and integrate lessons learned from shared learning opportunities into their work. Attendees will work in small groups to explore, problem solve, and refine their ideas.
- Identify common challenges and barriers to implementing activity-friendly routes to everyday destinations in rural and tribal areas.
- Describe potential solutions and how to support activity-friendly routes to every day destinations in rural and tribal areas.
- Recognize peer best practices in approaching activity-friendly routes to everyday destinations in innovative, sustainable ways in rural and tribal areas.
- Mark Fenton MS Adjunct Associate Professor, Tufts University
- Jacqueline Rhode Crow Creek Community Champion, South Dakota State University
- Lacey Wallace MED, CHES HOP Program Manager, Oklahoma State University
- Karen Ebey-Tessendorf MPH, CHES Program Improvement and Community Outreach Manager, North Central Health District
- Jeffery Finney MPH REACH Health Educator, North Central Health District
Margo Younger, MPH, Public Health Advisor, CDC