Supporting Your Success In
Leading the charge for a healthy nation
The 2019 DNPAO National Training is designed for SPAN, HOP, and REACH Program recipients. Hosted by ASPHN, this training will ensure recipients are equipped to successfully implement the strategies and activities in their work plans.
On May 6 – 8, the training will feature dynamic plenary sessions and more than 35 breakout sessions. A 20th Anniversary REACH session, sponsored by SOPHE, will feature former Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher. May 9 – 10, is the interactive Evaluation Institute which will establish a shared vision and common understanding among recipients of DNPAO’s performance monitoring and evaluation approaches.
Who should attend?
Prepare Your Teams For
May 6 – 8: General Training
SPAN, HOP, and REACH recipients should plan to send up to seven members of their team for this portion of the week. The types of team members that should attend are program managers, principal investigators, evaluators, communication staff, coalition partners, and other appropriate team members.REGISTRANTS HAVE THE OPTION TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THEIR DNPAO PROJECT OFFICER AND/OR SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS. SIGN UP FOR THE OFFICE HOURS AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON YOUR REGISTRATION!
May 9 – 10: Evaluation Institute
This part of the training will be the Evaluation Institute for staff involved in evaluation and performance monitoring activities in the SPAN, HOP, and REACH programs. Please plan to have up to three members of your team, such as the evaluators, program managers, and principal investigators, attend the Evaluation Institute.Those who attend the Evaluation Institute must have attended the May 6 – 8 General Training.
More Information on Our Recipients
State Physical Activity and Nutrition Program
CDC funds 16 state recipients to implement evidence-based strategies at state and local levels to improve nutrition and physical activity.
High Obesity Program
CDC funds 15 land grant universities to work with community extension services to increase access to healthier foods and safe and accessible places for physical activity in counties that have more than 40% of adults with obesity.