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Public Health Journal: Dr. Ed Ehlinger interviews Public Health Law Center's Doug Blanke

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Wed, 10/31/2012
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A Public Health Journal is a weekly cable television program with host Dr. Ed Ehlinger. Doug Blanke discusses how attorneys and other professionals help community leaders use public policies to improve the nation's health.

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Preemption and Public Health: How Significant is the Impact? Slides (March 2011)

Presentation to the Committee on Childhood Obesity Prevention, Institute of Medicine, by Mark Pertschuk on March 28, 2011

Preemption and Movement Building: Checklist for Advocates & Other Decision Makers

When public health legislation is on the table, preemption almost always comes up. This document is a checklist with questions and concepts to consider before the public health community agrees to federal or state preemption.

Preemption and Movement Building in Public Health: Essentials of Preemption

This fact sheet outlines the essentials of preemption as it relates to public health and grassroots movement building.

The Benefits of Public Health Movement Building

This flowchart outlines the benefits of a grassroots public health movement.

Building a Grassroots Public Health Movement

This graphic outlines the strategies for building a grassroots public health movement.

The Promise and Potential Pitfalls in Promoting Outcomes-Based Incentives with Worksite Wellness Initiatives

Date: 
Tue, 07/17/2012
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This webinar will provide an interactive discussion of the use of outcomes-based incentives with worksite wellness initiatives and the legal and policy implications of these efforts.

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