The BroadmoorColorado Springs, Colorado
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Core Conference: March 29-31, 2023 Intensive Training Seminars: March 27-28, 2023
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All keynote and select sessions will be live-streamed. All sessions will be recorded for virtual access.Register
Each year, the Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference features a special plenary session named in honor of its founder, Dr. Michael P. O’Donnell. This session exemplifies excellence and demonstrates vision in advancing the field of health promotion.
Fatima Cody StanfordMD, MPH, MPA, MBA
The Clinical Science of Obesity & Addressing Weight StigmaDecember 8, 2022 | 1 PM eastern
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford as she discusses that while obesity rates continue to climb, strategies to understand and address the disease are underway.
She will present the epidemiology of obesity as a disease and explore some strategies to treat the disease. She will also help to discern how weight bias and stigma contribute to energy storage, and how early life interactions influence weight bias.
Why Ignorance Fails to Recognize Itself: The Need for Humility in Health and Well-beingFebruary 8, 2023 | PM eastern
Join Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference Chair, Dr. Sara Johnson, for a conversation with Dr. David Dunning, a social psychologist focusing primarily on the psychology underlying human misbelief. Dr. Dunning is one-half of the team responsible for describing the infamous Dunning-Kruger effect.
In this preview of his keynote presentation, they will discuss how flawed knowledge leads people to misjudge themselves, often making them miss their own incompetence while failing to recognize true expertise in others.
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Gail C. ChristopherDN
Preparing a Place for Future Generations That Honors the Humanity of All EquallyJanuary 18, 2023 | 1 PM eastern
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Gail Christopher, the driving force behind the Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation (TRHT) movement, inviting people to engage in compassionate, empathetic processes of learning from the past, transforming the present, and creating an equitable future.
She will share the five core pillars of the TRHT conceptual framework: narrative change, racial healing and relationship building, separation, law, and economy, will provide examples of how communities are using these pillars as scaffolding for their healing and transformational work.
Connect with health promotion professionals, representing some of the largest and most successful workplace, clinical, educational and community programs in the nation. Our format places you directly in the programming area of the conference—allowing access to attendees throughout the conference.
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