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MoveHealthyTogether St. Louis!
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When: Wednesday, September 30
8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: Eric P. Newman Education Center
320 S. Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, Missouri  63110
United States
Contact: Debra Goeks

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You're invited to MoveHealthyTogether St. Louis! Sample APBP's Professional Development Seminar without busting your bank or your schedule! Engage in conversations about health and transportation while you learn from leading active transportation professionals about Health in All Policies and the latest ways to measure the positive health impacts of bicycling and walking. This session is for St. Louisans not already registered for the full conference. Early bird registration rate is extended to 9/24 ($35; $15 for students). At the door: $70; $30 for students.

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MoveHealthyTogether St. Louis! includes these sessions:

8:00 to 9:30 a.m. | Plenary
• Presentations from Ken Cross Student Research Competition winners (topics listed below)

• New Strategies to Couple Health and Transportation

Katherine Robb, Policy Analyst, Center for Public Health Policy, American Public Health Association: "Health in All Policies: Trends and Partnerships"

Dr. Geoffrey Whitfield, PhD MEd, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health, Healthy Community Design Initiative: "How Health is Becoming Part of U.S. Transportation Policy, Planning and Performance Measures"

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Measure Transportation Health Impacts Using HEAT, HIA, ITHIM, THT
After the plenary session, grab some refreshments and listen to live and remote speakers discuss new developments at the intersection of health and transportation. (This session complements APBP's webinar on Health in All Policies; get access here.) Featured speakers include Dr. Geoffrey Whitfield, Dr. Sandra Whitehead, and Joseph Ralph.
Student Research Topics
Nick Ferenchak, PhD Candidate, University of Colorado, Denver: "Child Pedestrian Safety: Examining Opportunities for Improvements Around Parks"
Hanyan Li, PhD Candidate, Georgia Tech: "Sidewalk Improvement Project Identification: Improving Walkability for Indirect Bus to Bus Transfer"
Adam Polinski, Master of Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut: "The Devolution of a Transportation System: Access in Historic versus Present Day Hartford"
Benjamin Wargo, Master of Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut: "Shared Space: Good for Pedestrians and Good for Vehicles?"