Free Webinar on Youth Wellness

February 22, 2021

The American Dairy Association Indiana, and the College of Health are proud to announce the March Installment of their Virtual Speaker Series. March 18 from 3:00 – 4:15 p.m. Registration is open now.
The talk is titled, It Takes A Village: Understanding Youth Wellness and the Impact of An Allied Community

We hope you'll be able to join us for this session, March 18 from 3:00 – 4:15 p.m.
This is open to the public! Register at: tinyurl.com/5hd37tyo

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Session Description:

The physical well-being of children has been a global concern for generations, and something still fought for today. Proper nutrition and physical activity are promoted and encouraged in our medical communities as well as our educational systems, although financial support for programming can be a struggle. In recent years, we have become more aware of the growing need for social and emotional health, particularly for our youngest citizens. The COVID 19 Pandemic brought these physical, emotional and nutrition concerns to the forefront as the World struggled to maintain life’s necessities. Allied community partners are now poised to lead local initiatives to better serve our nation’s children. Join this free educational session developed to bring attention to what we know about total youth wellness, and how we can move the needle forward together.

Speaker Bios:

Dr. Robert Murray is a Pediatric Gastroenterologist and was an educator for over 20 years at the Ohio State University School of Medicine. He served as the director of the Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition, and as chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Council on School Health. His experience in child nutrition and health provides insight into the needs of today’s youth.

Dr. Sarah Lee has served 16 years as team lead at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Population, School Health Branch. Focusing on school-based chronic disease prevention research and policy development across the U.S., her work has provided school health professionals with science-based guidelines to support youth health and wellness program implementation.

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