Hosted by Telamon
Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Wednesday, September 23, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM (CDT)
Pottawattomie Country Club
1900 Springfield Avenue
Michigan City, IN 46360
Did You Know?
IN House Bill 1004 Safety PIN Program passed in May 2015 provides for a $10M+ grant and call for proposals to reduce Indiana’s infant mortality rates. Telamon’s fall CPPH conference will be THE power format for partnership creation, program discovery, and next steps planning.
We look forward to engaging with you!
(If you don’t work directly with infants or moms, please still attend. Programs for health and care acess are interdependent. We want you to share!).
FIRST HALF: Power of Perspectives, Policy, & Partnership! State of the State.
11:45am = Registration & Buffet Lunch
12:00pm = Telamon, The Power of Partnership & Planning: Welcome, Intro, & Purpose.
12:15pm = Power of Perspective: Literally Redefining HealthCare – Format: Group Share, Objective: Share. Listen. Understand.
1:00pm = Power of Policy: Major Public Health Concerns in State – Format: Keynote Speaker, Objective: Defining the Problem. Policy Updates.
1:30pm = Power of You. Your Impact. Your Organization. – Format: Group Share, Objective: Share. Listen. Partner.
2:15pm = Power of Presence: Networking for Partnership – don’t forget your business cards!
SECOND HALF: Power of Place, Data, & Opportunity. Topic Specific: Infant Mortality.
2:30pm = Power of Place: Indiana Youth Institute (IYI) – Format: Speaker – Stephen Gil, Northwest Indiana Outreach Manager
2:45pm = Power of Data: Black Infant Mortality – Format: Speaker – Julie Whitman, VP of Programs, IYI. Objective: Data Share.
3:30pm = Power of Opportunity: State Safety PIN Request for Proposal – Format: Speaker
4pm = Power of Partnership: Wrap-Up & Next Steps
4:30pm = Adjourn with Enthusiasm for Further Action & Partnering!