Trinity

Health in All Policies Summit, Trinity County, took place on November 6, 2019, in Weaverville, California.

If you attended, please evaluate the program here. (Completion of the evaluation is required for CME credit, but we encourage all attendees to complete it. Thank you for attending!) 

See all the program materials here.

The program included training through the Prevention Institute, and was sponsored by the Health Officers Association of California (HOAC). 

HOAC is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians, and this program will earn attendees 4.75 CME credit hours.


Agenda

Objectives
After attending this meeting, participants will…
 
  • Approach public health issues through a health equity lens by understanding Trinity County’s historical trauma and social determinants of health, including poverty
  • Work with community partners to build resilience
  • Communicate effectively—to the level of a two-minute elevator speech—about how social determinants and historical trauma have affected community health
  • Use the System of Prevention framework as a tool for advancing equitable health, safety, and wellbeing, and its potential application in Trinity County and its surrounding regions

9:00      Registration

9:25      Opening Remarks
Letty Garza, Director, Trinity County Health & Human Services + OES
Marcie Jo Cudziol, RN, PHN, MPA, Director of Public Health Nursing - Trinity County

9:45      Video Presentation:
Change the Odds: Health Equity and Zip Codes vs. Genetic Codes

Anthony Iton, MD, JD, MPH

10:05   Trinity County Public Health Process: Geographic Determinants and Public Health Accreditation
Cameron Brown, MPH, Public Health Accreditation Coordinator

10:30   BREAK

10:45   Trinity County Overview
Keith Groves, Trinity County Board of Supervisors, District 1

11:15   Trinity County District 3: The Impact of the Lumber Industry and Poverty as a Social Determinant of Health
Sheri Harrison, Hayfork, California

11:45   Access to Healthy Foods in Trinity County
Arina Erwin, Trinity County WIC Director

12:00 Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health
Mary Baracco, CNM, WHNP, IBCLC

12:15   LUNCH

1:15      SYSTEMS THINKING AND HEALTH-IN-ALL-POLICIES PREVENTION FRAMEWORK
Juliet Sims, MPH, Associate Program Director, Prevention Institute, Oakland, California

2:30      PANEL DISCUSSION

3:00      ADJOURN




This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under UB6HP31687 and the Regional Public Health Training Center Program for $1,013,453. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.
 

 

CONTACT

Health Officers Association of California
1100 11th Street #323
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-441-7405
916-447-2940 (fax)

Please send questions or comments to Kat Deburgh (deburgh@calhealthofficers.org).