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Recording: Activity Advocates: NCPPA

Note from NPAS: This webinar is different from most of our webinars. NPAS frequently addresses ‘little p policies,’ such as zoning policy or worksite wellness or safe routes to school. This webinar addresses so-called “Big P Policy”: What’s happening at the national level on legislative issues. No federal funds are used in the making of this webinar. However, the webinar ... Read More »

Webinar: Health Equity & Nat’l Plan

Webinar: The US National Physical Activity Plan -- Strategies to Achieve Health Equity June 19, 2017 Apologies for the audio issues on this recording. Sound begins at 25 seconds after start, and there's a 2-minute interruption of the Q&A at about 40 minutes. On the bright side, the recording did work after initially indicating that it wouldn't! Linked recording of ... Read More »

Webinar on Demand: “The Power of Saying “Yes We Can”: Healthy Community Design in Vermont’s Small Towns”

Webinar: The Power of Saying “Yes We Can”: Healthy Community Design in Vermont's Small Towns    View on Demand: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7291886731305847309   When:  May 15, 2017 1:00 PM EDT Description: In small, rural towns, where individuals wear many hats and have a variety of expertise, big change can happen, often starting with a small group of dedicated individuals with vision and ... Read More »

Webinar: Active Schools

Webinar: The Active Schools Movement: Strategic Plan for 2017-2020 View the webinar here   Slides: Active Schools Deck for NPAS Webinar  Originally broadcast:  Apr 17, 2017 1:00 PM EDT   Description: In its four years, Active Schools (formerly Let’s Move! Active Schools) has enrolled almost 23,000 K-12 schools serving over 12 million students. Active Schools had heeded the call to make it ... Read More »

Partner Webinar 3/29: Planning and Community Health

National Physical Activity Society is partnering with the American Planning Association for a special webinar. This webinar is primarily for people in the planning profession but is open to NPAS members, too. NPAS's president, Chris Danley, a planner with Alta Planning & Design, will discus his experiences working at the intersection of planning and public health. This session will include ... Read More »

Webinar 3/20: PA Guidelines development

Developing the Second Edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans When:  Mar 20, 2017 1:00 PM EDT Watch the recorded Webinar Description: This presentation will review the process for developing the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, including the role of the Advisory Committee and the role of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. It ... Read More »

Webinar: Fit and Fall Proof Idaho

"Falling among older adults: What are the benefits of a fall prevention program?"   Presenters: Katie Lamansky, physical activity coordinator at the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare Michelle Arnett, Boise State University   Slides from webinar NPAS_FitFallProof_Presentation_2017_Final Webinar: Falling among older adults- What are the benefits of a fall prevention program CEC certificate 02132017 Read More »

Webinar: Small Town Stories: Walkability in Rural America

January 9, 2017 Update: Video recording linked below All over the country towns are creating better places to live through walk and bike friendly communities. As part of the National Physical Activity Society’s efforts to assist rural communities that are seeking to make such changes, we created the Stories from Small Towns project, now in its second year. On this webinar, we will hear from three of ... Read More »

Webinar Dec 19: Health Impact Assessment

Health Impact Assessment: When to Use It and What to Expect Updated: Slides and video recording from this presentation are linked below. Dec 19, 2016: 1:00 EST / 12:00 CT / 11:00 MT / 10:00 PT Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a tool to help plan and design communities to meet existing needs and anticipate future benefits to public health. For ... Read More »

Streets As Places: A Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper (LQC) Approach to Making Streets Vibrant and Active

Streets As Places: A Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper (LQC) Approach to Making Streets Vibrant and Active. Download and Print your Certificate here. Read More »

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