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Child Health Summit

2015-03-09, 10:00am to 3:30pm, 1070 Partner’s Way Raleigh, NC 27606

Summary

NCIOM, in partnership with NC Child, invites you to a celebration of 20 years of progress for children's health in North Carolina!

For two decades the Child Health Report Card has been an important tool in our work to promote children's health and well-being in North Carolina. And we have made tremendous progress -- from dramatic reductions in youth smoking and teen pregnancy to a remarkable increase in the percentage of children with health insurance.

Join us at the Statewide Child Health Summit where we will discuss the impact of the North Carolina Child Health Report Card, examine program and policy innovations in child health and wellness, and identify emerging issues in child health and well-being.

Detail

WHEN: Monday, March 9th from 10 am to 3:30 pm

WHERE: Institute for Emerging Issues, Centennial Campus, NC State University, Raleigh

REGISTRATION: Free. Lunch provided and registration required. Click here to register.

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This event is related to the Task Force.

2015 Child Health Summit
March 9, 10 am - 3:30 pm

Opening Remarks
Anita R. Brown-Graham, J.D., Director, Institute for Emerging Issues

Presentation of the 2014 Child Health Report Card

Laila Bell, NC Child

The Role of Fundraising in Promoting Child Development
Karen McNeil-Miller, EdD, President, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

Panel: A Look Back at Changes in Child Health
Tom Vitaglione, NC Child
Laura Gerald, Evolent Health
Elizabeth Hudgins, NC Pediatric Society
Moderator: Danny Staley, NC Division of Public Health

LUNCH (provided)

Keynote Speaker
James Perrin, MD, FAAP, President, American Academy of Pediatrics

Panel: What's Next in Child Health?
Bud Lavery, Prevent Child Abuse NC
Belinda Pettiford, Division of Public Health
Young adult from YES! (Youth Empowered Solutions)
Moderator: Marian Earls, MD, Community Care of North Carolina

Closing Remarks and Next Steps
Adam Zolotor, NC Institute of Medicine

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