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January 26, 2000
7:30-8:30 AM - Concurrent Caucus Sessions

1048  Promoting Physical Activity In The 21st Century: Effective National and Community Models 1. James Whitehead, BA/BS, National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity
262  Assessing the Health Status of College Students: A Need for Healthy People 2010 1. Kusuma Madamala, MPH, University of Minnesota-Boynton Health Service, 2. Edward Ehlinger, MD, MPH, University of Minnesota-Boynton Health Service
1014  Effective Ways Partnering Groups and Individuals Have Found to Promote, Initiate, Support and Protect Breastfeeding as the First Step for Leading a Healthy Life 1. Rebecca Magalhaes, BA/BS, La Leche League International, 2. Beverly Spencer, DRPH, La Leche League International, 3. Ann Cagigas, IBLC, La Leche League International
239  Freedom of Choice and the Medical Home: Challenges to Ensuring Coordination of Care 1. Judith Sell-Gutowski, MS, RN, Heath Net, 2.Janice Fitzgerald Milligan, RN, Health Net, 3.Kathleen Rager, MPH, Health Net, 4. Rogelio Lopez, Health Net
1141  Isn't She Lovely: Promoting the Health of Morbidly Obese Minority Women through Community Partnerships 1. Joy Burgess, MS, RN, Alliance for Research in Community Health, 2. Carla  Clasen, MPH, RN, Center for Healthy Communities, Dayton, OH, 3. Patty Griswold, MSW, East Dayton Health Center, 4.Gina McFarlane-El, MBA, MPH, Good Samaritan Hospital
793  Achieving Healthy People 2010 Objectives through Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice 1. Ron Bialek, MPP, President, Public Health Foundation, 2. Dianna Conrad, MHPE, Analyst, Public Health Foundation
649  1+1=3: Making CHIP Outreach Work 1. Michael DeChiara, MA, AHEC/Community Partners
1369  The National Nutrition Summit: Planning the Agenda 1. Paul M. Coates, PhD, NIH

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Partnerships for Health in the New Millennium          January 24-28, 2000         Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC

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