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Free health training opportunity for this area 15 Aug 2017

This meeting shines light on why environmental, social and political conditions are connected to health; why recent meetings on sidewalks, traffic and spraying are coming from more state departments that appear to be working together to help improve Kentuckian's health. Our state has poor rankings in health, exercise, illegal drug use and smoking. - LW

From Jelaine Harlow, Adair and Casey County Health Educator, LCDHD

The Partnership for a Fit Kentucky is offering free Community Health Training -- Environment, Equity and Health in All Policies for public health professionals, organization partners and community leaders, Tuesday, August 15, 2017, 9:30am - 4pmCT, at Dale Hollow State Park Resort, Burkesville, KY

Participants will learn:

- Why environmental, social and political conditions are connected to health


- Ways to use state environmental tracking data to inform community efforts

- How equity and environment can be incorporated into the Health in All Policies (HiAP) process.

Register or gather more details from: Elaine Russell, Program Coordinator, Kentucky Department for Public Health, Obesity Prevention Program, Click here to register for this free event.


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