Forum / Meeting

Health Equity Peer Exchange: Jefferson County, Ky.

Jun. 7, 2018 – Jun. 8, 2018
  • Health Equity Peer Exchange: Jefferson County, Ky.
    June 7, 2018
    June 7, 2018, 8:00 am to June 8, 2018, 5:45 pm
  • Event

    Health Equity Peer Exchange: Jefferson County, Ky.

    Join the National Association of Counties and your peers for a two-day peer exchange focused on health equity in Jefferson County/Louisville, Ky.  This event will bring together county leaders from across the country to learn about Jefferson County’s efforts to address the root causes of health disparities. Experts and stakeholders from local government, nonprofit community organizations and academia will discuss Jefferson County’s childhood poverty initiatives, investments in education and food security, violence prevention efforts, site transformation projects and more. Participants will learn how to effectively collaborate with nontraditional partners and will engage in discussions about how to create more healthy and equitable communities in their counties. Participants will also visit Jefferson County communities that are partnering with local nonprofit organizations to discover creative new ways to identify health priorities and to develop health equity action plans.

    Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and will be capped at 15 participants. No more than two individuals from the same county may attend.

    Please do not book any travel until you hear from Kiemesha Corpening, Health Program Manager, that you have been approved to attend the event.

    Travel

    NACo will reimburse up to $500 airfare or other travel costs and will cover two nights hotel stay. 

    NACo will follow up with accepted registrants to gather arrival/departure dates and other information for hotel reservations.

    Hotel Reservations

    NACo will make reservations at the meeting hotel for all attendees. Please indicate your intended arrival and departure dates via the registration form.

    Skeleton Agenda

    A detailed agenda will be available shortly, but the following information is provided for travel planning purposes:

    Thursday morning and afternoon

    Mobile tours and site visits

    Friday morning

    Educational presentations and discussion. Meeting will adjourn by 1:30pm.

     

    Join the National Association of Counties and your peers for a two-day peer exchange focused on health equity, hosted in Jefferson County, Ky.
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    2018-05-17

Join the National Association of Counties and your peers for a two-day peer exchange focused on health equity in Jefferson County/Louisville, Ky.  This event will bring together county leaders from across the country to learn about Jefferson County’s efforts to address the root causes of health disparities. Experts and stakeholders from local government, nonprofit community organizations and academia will discuss Jefferson County’s childhood poverty initiatives, investments in education and food security, violence prevention efforts, site transformation projects and more. Participants will learn how to effectively collaborate with nontraditional partners and will engage in discussions about how to create more healthy and equitable communities in their counties. Participants will also visit Jefferson County communities that are partnering with local nonprofit organizations to discover creative new ways to identify health priorities and to develop health equity action plans.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and will be capped at 15 participants. No more than two individuals from the same county may attend.

Please do not book any travel until you hear from Kiemesha Corpening, Health Program Manager, that you have been approved to attend the event.

Travel

NACo will reimburse up to $500 airfare or other travel costs and will cover two nights hotel stay. 

NACo will follow up with accepted registrants to gather arrival/departure dates and other information for hotel reservations.

Hotel Reservations

NACo will make reservations at the meeting hotel for all attendees. Please indicate your intended arrival and departure dates via the registration form.

Skeleton Agenda

A detailed agenda will be available shortly, but the following information is provided for travel planning purposes:

Thursday morning and afternoon

Mobile tours and site visits

Friday morning

Educational presentations and discussion. Meeting will adjourn by 1:30pm.

 

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