The full summary can be found on the CD-ROM attached to the inside back cover of the report.
Institute of Medicine Regional Symposium
Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Schools
In collaboration with the Kansas Health Foundation Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
June 27–28, 2005
Wichita Hyatt Regency Hotel
June 27, 2005
Steve Coen, Kansas Health Foundation, Wichita
Kathryn Thomas, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey
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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? F IOM Regional Symposium Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Schools The full summary can be found on the CD-ROM attached to the inside back cover of the report. Program Agenda Institute of Medicine Regional Symposium Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: Focus on Schools In collaboration with the Kansas Health Foundation Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation June 27–28, 2005 Wichita Hyatt Regency Hotel Wichita, Kansas June 27, 2005 Opening Session Welcome Steve Coen, Kansas Health Foundation, Wichita Kathryn Thomas, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey
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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Overview of the Meeting Goals and the Report, Preventing Childhood Obesity: Health in the Balance Jeffrey Koplan, Emory University and Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity Perspectives on Childhood Obesity Policy Perspectives James Barnett, Kansas Senate, Emporia Health Perspectives James Early, University of Kansas, Wichita Kansas Teen Leadership for Physically Active Lifestyles Ann Sparke, Morris County Extension Service, Kansas Chynna Walters and Mary Byram, Council Grove High School, Kansas Plenary Panel—Presentations and Discussion Obesity Prevention and School Policies: Challenges and Innovations Developing and evaluating state-, district- and school-based changes in school policy related to childhood obesity prevention Moderator: Eduardo Sanchez, Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin Kansas Coordinated School Health Program Jodi Mackey, Kansas State Department of Education, Topeka Paula Marmet, Kansas State Department of Health and Environment, Topeka School District Comprehensive School Wellness Policies Joan Pritchard, Goddard School District, Kansas Elementary School Policies Janine Kempker, Anthony Elementary School, Leavenworth, Kansas Ohio Physical Education and Food Service Policies Dianne Radigan, Children’s Hunger Alliance, Columbus, Ohio School District Food Service Policies Rosemary Dederichs, Minneapolis Public Schools Food Service, Minnesota
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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? School District Vending Machine Policies Carole Farthing, Independence, Kansas School Board Plenary Panel—Presentations and Discussion Obesity Prevention and School Programs: Challenges and Innovations Implementing and evaluating state-, district- and school-based programs aimed at childhood obesity prevention Moderator: Tom Robinson, Stanford University Prevention Research Center, Stanford, California Kansas Physical Dimensions and Physical Focus Merri Copeland, Friends University, Wichita Kansas Arkansas School Initiatives Jim Raczynski, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock Physical Activity Across the Curriculum Joseph Donnelly, University of Kansas, Lawrence Coordinated Approach to Child Health Steve Kelder, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Linking a Food-based Curriculum with the Elementary School Lunch Program Antonia Demas, Food Studies Institute, Trumansburg, New York Implementing Changes in Elementary School Curricula and Programs Sherrie Kisker, Platte County Health Department, Platte City Missouri Disa Rice and Carolyn Barry, Siegrest Elementary, Platte City, Missouri Obesity Prevention: Links with Other Sectors What efforts by other sectors of the community are relevant to school-based obesity prevention efforts? What are the barriers to change? What is needed to implement and sustain these changes? Breakout Session #1 Links Between Schools and Home, Community and Healthcare Facilitators: Marshall Kreuter, Georgia State University, Atlanta; Susan Foerster, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento
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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Presentations followed by group discussion: Heather Duvall, Oklahoma Fit Kids Coalition, Oklahoma City Mary Ca Ralstin, Kansas PTA, Shawnee Mim Wilkey, Wichita YMCA, Health & Wellness Coalition, Kansas Jill Poole, Broken Arrow National Farm to School Program, Oklahoma LaVonta Williams, Wichita After School Program, Kansas Deborah Loman, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, St. Louis, Missouri Breakout Session #2 Links Between Schools and Industry Facilitators: John Peters, Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio; Jeffrey Koplan, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia Presentations followed by group discussion: Ann Hartley, Advance Food Company, Mooresville, North Carolina Barbara Jirka, Tyson Foods, Springdale, Arkansas Ellen Taaffe, PepsiCo, Chicago, Illinois Nancy Daigler, Kraft Foods, Northfield, Illinois Jane Byrnes-Bennett, Midwest Dairy Council, Wichita, Kansas Breakout Session #3 Links Between Schools and the Built Environment Facilitators: Russ Pate, University of South Carolina, Columbia; Ann Bullock, Health and Medical Division, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, North Carolina; Toni Yancey, UCLA School of Public Health Presentations followed by group discussion: Ian Thomas, PedNet, Columbia, Missouri Dan Grunig, Bicycle Colorado, Colorado Safe Routes to School, Denver Judy Johnston, Walkin’ Wichita, Kansas Dave Barber, Wichita-Sedgwick County Metropolitan Area Planning Department, Kansas Wess Galyon, Wichita Home Builders Association, Kansas Reception and Dinner Wichita Art Museum Dinner Speaker: Matt Longjohn, Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children, Illinois
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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up? Tuesday, June 28, 2005 Plenary Session Welcome Howard Rodenberg, Kansas State Health Director, Topeka Opening Remarks Vickie James, Healthy Kids Challenge, Dighton, Kansas Keystone Youth Policy Summit on Child and Adolescent Nutrition in America Larry Walker, Meagan Geuther, Steven Gohlke, Paige Ibanez, Academy of Science and Technology, Conroe, Texas Reports from Breakout Sessions Plenary Panel—Presentations and Discussion Preventing Childhood Obesity: What More Can Be Done? What are the barriers to further progress? What more can be done at the federal, state, community and private sector levels? Moderator: Doug Kamerow, RTI International, Washington, DC Federal Perspective Mary McKenna, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia State Perspective Rod Bremby, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Topeka Community Perspective Brenda Kumm, Mid-America Coalition on HealthCare/KCHealthyKids.org, Kansas City, Missouri Foundation Perspective Billie Hall, Sunflower Foundation, Topeka, Kansas Kathryn DeForest, Missouri Foundation for Health, St. Louis Industry Perspective Louise Finnerty, PepsiCo, Purchase, New York Group Discussion Closing Session Summary and Next Steps Jeffrey Koplan, IOM Committee on Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity