Discuss the pathways by which Long Island healthcare providers seek to improve community health outside the clinical setting.
Suburbia is often depicted as picturesque, wholesome and orderly, a place of green lawns and healthy people. But the stereotypical view hides grave disparities in health and great differences in social welfare. Medical Centers Meeting Community Health Needs is the second in a lecture series on Public Health in the Suburbs presented by the Adelphi University Center for Health Innovation. This session is aimed at understanding the many pathways by which healthcare providers on Long Island monitor and seek to improve community health outside the clinical setting.
The program is planned for Friday, November 8, 2013, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the Ruth S. Harley University Center, Room 313, located at 1 South Avenue in Garden City, NY.
Christine Hendriks, vice president, public and external affairs for Catholic Health Services of Long Island
Nancy Copperman, MS, RD, CDN, director of public health initiatives, Office of Community and Public Health for North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, she is also an assistant professor of Population Health at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine
David Nemiroff, LCSW vice president, care transitions, NuHealth Family Health Centers Long Island Federally Qualified Health Center, Inc.
Barbara George, EdD, RCEP, MSN, RN, director, Center for Cardiovascular Lifestyle Medicine at Winthrop-University Hospital
The audience will participate in discussion with panelists which will be moderated by Philip Alcabes, professor of Public Health, director of the Master of Public Health Program, College of Nursing and Public Health.
This seminar is free and open to the public. Classes are welcome. Breakfast will be served.
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