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Friday, April 10 • 10:30am - 11:55am
FR10.30.19 Multidisciplinary Approaches to Promoting Healthy Communities

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Moderator: Kimberly Libman, The New York Academy of Medicine

Developing an agenda with multi-sector support for transforming health and health care in Atlanta
Jane Branscomb, Georgia State University; Kristi Fuller; Karen Minyard

Fostering Health-Based Collaborations: Institutional Forces Shaping Data Sharing Practices Between Transportation and Public Health Professionals
Colleen Casey, University of Texas at Arlington; Jianling Li, University of Texas at Arlington; Michelle Berry, City of Rowlett

The HEAL Clinic: Collaboration among medical, legal and social work service providers
Laurie Cohen, Rutgers, The State University; Jeff Backstrand, Rutgers, The State University; Jennifer Valverde, Rutgers, The State University, Graduate Schools of Law and Social Work

Hospital Investments in Community Development: New York State and the Affordabale Care Act
Kimberly Libman, The New York Academy of Medicine

Presenters
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Jane Branscomb

Senior Research Associate, Georgia Health Policy Center, Georgia State Univ
Systems thinking and use of system dynamics models | Interconnections among justice, well-being, environment, economy | Sexual, reproductive and gender justice | Appropriate use of diverse forms of evidence in policy-making
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Colleen Casey

Associate Professor, University of Texas- Arlington
Dr. Casey received a Ph.D. in Public Policy Analysis with an emphasis in Urban and Community Development from Saint Louis University. In addition to UTA, Dr. Casey has taught at Saint Louis University and the University of Connecticut. She began teaching at UTA in August 2008. Her research has been published in journals, including the Journal of Planning Education and Research and Critical Sociology, as well as in edited books published by the... Read More →
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Laurie Cohen

Rutgers University, School of Public Affairs and Administration
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Kimberly Libman

The New York Academy of Medicine

Moderators
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Kimberly Libman

The New York Academy of Medicine

Friday April 10, 2015 10:30am - 11:55am
Michelangelo (2nd floor)