Our Organizational Partner Tabletop Exhibitors
Who Will Be There?
A number of national organizations and DNPAO Partners will have exhibits at the 2019 DNPAO National Training. Plan to stop by each table to learn more about each organization and how they are leading the charge for a healthier nation!
AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION
APA provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and providing our members with the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change. The Planning and Community Health (PCH) Program is a flagship research program at the APA. PCH provides tools and technical support to help APA members integrate health into planning practice.
Association of State Public Health Nutritionists
Founded in 1952, ASPHN is a non-profit membership organization that provides state and national leadership on food and nutrition policy, programs and services aimed at improving the health of our population. ASPHN’s membership is composed of more than 400 public health nutritionists located throughout all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories. ASPHN's vision is "healthy eating and active living for everyone." You can find ASPHN on the web at www.asphn.org and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/asphn. ASPHN will have relevant materials for the work of SPAN, HOP, and REACH recipients. There will be fact sheets, infographics, how-to documents, papers, etc.
ASSOCIATION OF STATE AND TERRITORIAL HEALTH OFFICIALS
The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) will exhibit resources from its Breastfeeding State Learning Community, which supports states in improving breastfeeding rates through select strategies: 1) Maternity Practices in Birthing Facilities; 2) Continuity of care/Community Support; 3) Workplace compliance with lactation accommodation law.
Center for Science in the Public Interest
The Center for Science in the Public Interest works to advance the adoption and implementation of food service guidelines at the state and local levels. The exhibit will highlight how CSPI can support grantees through technical assistance and resources.
CHOICES Project at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
The Childhood Obesity Intervention Cost-Effectiveness Study (CHOICES) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is working to help reverse the U.S. obesity epidemic by identifying the most cost-effective childhood obesity interventions. The CHOICES research team has generated cost-effectiveness estimates for more than 40 of the most widely promoted or implemented childhood obesity prevention interventions, many of which have never been fully evaluated for comparative- or cost-effectiveness. Our research identifies cost-effective childhood obesity intervention strategies within four key settings: schools; early care & out of school time; clinical/treatment; and community, including government and transportation.
Fair Food Network
Double Up Food Bucks is a national model for healthy food incentives active in 20+ states and growing. Double Up’s track record of positive and proven impact for families and farmers in communities across the nation helped make federal support for incentives a permanent part of future farm bills.
Go NAPSACC is a set of web-based tools for child care providers and stakeholders to improve the health of young children through practices, policies, and environments. We offer modules on key topics like healthy eating, physical activity, and oral health. Go NAPSACC has TA consultant accounts that make it easier than ever to connect with child care providers and coach them through the 5 Steps of Go NAPSACC. The Go NAPSACC reporting tool helps TA consultants and state partners track and report on the progress of participating programs as they work to instill habits supporting lifelong health and well-being.
Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition
The Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition is a fully staffed, independent research center with expertise in nutrition-related program and outcome evaluation. We help partners across the U.S. identify impacts and opportunities related to healthy eating active living interventions. Services include evaluation planning, assessment, measures development, data collection/analysis.
National Association of Chronic Disease Directors
The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors improves the health of the public by strengthening state-based leadership and expertise for chronic disease prevention and control in states and at the national level.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY AND CITY HEALTH OFFICIALS
NACCHO is the only organization dedicated to serving every local health department in the nation. NACCHO serves 3000 local health departments and is the leader in providing cutting-edge, skill-building, professional resources and programs, seeking health equity, and supporting effective local public health practice and systems.
NATIONAL COLLABORATIVE ON CHILDHOOD OBESITY RESEARCH
Launched in 2009, the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR) brings together four of the nation’s leading research funders - CDC, NIH, RWJF, and the USDA to accelerate progress in reducing childhood obesity in America.
NATIONAL RECREATION AND PARK ASSOCIATION
NRPA will provide information on how to partner with local park and recreation agencies to increase access to physical activity and healthy eating opportunities. This will include built environment, out-of-school time and older adult programs and initiatives and evaluation of these efforts.
NEMOURS CHILDREN'S HEALTH SYSTEM
The Healthy Kids Healthy Future Physical Activity Learning Session Project is designed to work with states who have an interest in increasing knowledge and practices with early care and education providers around physical activity.
SMART GROWTH AMERICA
Smart Growth America (SGA) will highlight its work that promotes health through transportation, Complete Streets, and built environment programs. The exhibit will include information about how recipients can use SGA's resources related to reports, online tools, and technical assistance.
THE SOCIETY FOR PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION
The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) is a nonprofit, independent professional association that represents a diverse membership of nearly 4,000 health education professionals and students in the United States and 25 international countries. SOPHE raises awareness of the connection between behavioral sciences, health education, health promotion, and the surrounding environment.
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTIONDivision of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity
Communication TA Services
Communication TA Services - The Strategic Communication Team provides resources to DNAPO recipients for using communication to support program efforts. Visit the table for help and support on your program’s communications activities.
State and Community Health Media Center
The State and Community Health Media Center has more than 1,500 ads, materials, and photos on physical activity, nutrition, obesity, and chronic diseases available to DNPAO recipients. Staff are available to help navigate the site, find ads/materials, and answer questions.
Before You Register!
Need to Know
National organizations and DNPAO Partners invited to the National Training are offered an opportunity to exhibit. Organizations must have one person fully registered for the DNPAO National Training General Sessions (Monday, May 6 – Wednesday, May 8) in order to be an exhibitor. Each additional person from your organization attending the National Training must register for the event. Exhibitors will be listed here and in the training materials.
No Exhibitor Fees
There are no fees to exhibit, however, due to space limitations, a six-foot skirted table and two chairs will be provided to each exhibitor on a first-come basis. Electricity will not be provided to exhibits. Exhibits should be up beginning Monday morning, May 6 through Wednesday afternoon, May 8. Exhibit times are listed on the Agenda At-A-Glance. Once registered, more information will be provided to you regarding shipping information, set-up/tear-down times, etc.EXHIBIT SPACE CANNOT BE GUARANTEED AFTER APRIL 11, 2019.
KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE!
Be familiar with the aims of the three DNPAO recipient groups and design your exhibit with information and resources that are of benefit to them. There will be more than 600 individuals in attendance, so plan accordingly.