The purpose of the study described in this report was to use key informant interviews to identify factors that supported or detracted from implementation of Tobacco 21 policies.
The best way to reduce tobacco use is to target teenagers so they don't start smoking and become addicted as adults. That's the aim of a new civic smoking-cessation initiative, Tobacco 21 | KC.
Join us at the 2017 Health Care Forum, in partnership with the Spokane Journal of Business, to learn how VISION 2030 is growing a health and life sciences industry hub in Spokane.
This document contains information and a nomination form for the Longview Chamber's Salute to HealthCare Awards. Nominees can be any individual, institution, professional, student, volunteer or program, who, through individual or collective actions, has made an extraordinary impact in the Gregg County healthcare community. Winners will be honored at the Salute to HealthCare Awards.
This poster promotes the Gig Harbor Chamber's "6 Weeks to a Healthier You" program. The program, with lifestyle and health expert Joe Piscatella, aims to help participants improve their eating and cooking habits, reduce stress, lose weight, and exercise smarter.
The Gig Harbor Chamber's "6 Weeks to a Healthier You" program with Joe Piscatella is a health and wellness initiative that helps community members prioritize their health. Topics presented include improving eating and cooking habits, reducing stress, losing weight, and exercising smarter.
The Gig Harbor Chamber's weekly Snapshot enewsletter keeps members up-to-date on what is going on at the Chamber and in the community. The January 10 edition spotlights the Chamber's Healthy Harbor program, provides information about upcoming events, and welcomes new members.
The KC Chamber's Healthy KC project is accomplishing goals that will make Greater Kansas City a destination for health and wellness. This newsletter provides updates on Tobacco21|KC project; "Bouncing Back: Building a Resilient Kansas City," community dinner; Workplace Wellness Program certification; and Healthy KC's final networking forum of the year.
The Lynn Area Chamber organized a regional forum to address Opioid Addiction in the Workplace. The three priority areas to be discussed during this ambitious, half-day conference are: The 101's of What it is and Why Now; Education, Treatment and Prevention; and Employers/Employees - What You Need to Know.
Join us Tuesday, January 10 as we come together to congratulate the companies that submitted a completed 2016 Workplace Wellness Certification application. This will be an excellent opportunity for you to meet Healthy KC Certified businesses and learn how they approach Workplace Wellness.