Building a Culture of Health Through Policy, Built Environment, and Systems Changes
Webinar DescriptionThe Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC) is home to 16,000 employees and over 150 organizations. This webinar will explore over a decade of best-practice approaches taken on BNMC to build a culture of health. Highlights will include policy, built environment, and systems changes made, along with data to demonstrate how these interventions impacted behavior and health outcomes at the population level. Lessons learned will be shared for designing, implementing, and evaluating population-level health programs.
Learning ObjectivesFollowing this webinar, you will be able to:
- describe the specific methods to curate a wellness program at the population level.
- explain the process of aligning diverse stakeholders to implement a health program at scale.
- discuss how to implement and measure changes in health behaviors at the population level.
Continuing Education Credit (CEC)This on-demand webinar is eligible for 1 CEC and pre-approved for: NWI CWP (Category 1), ACSM, CHES/MCHES (Category I CC), SHRM-CP, & SHRM-SCP. View NWI's CEC Info page for more details.
Note: You may not earn a CEC for the live and on-demand versions of the same webinar.
Once registered, you'll have 30 days to watch the full webinar, pass the 8-question quiz, and submit your Evaluation + CEC Request form.
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Elizabeth Machnica, MPH, MS, RDN, WELL APBeth Machnica leads the development and growth of various healthy eating, active living, and well-being initiatives on the Medical Campus and the surrounding community in Buffalo, NY. Beth has broad experience in corporate wellness, community health, social design, public health, and food systems. Beth is committed to serving the community in order to make healthy lifestyle choices accessible, attainable, and sustainable to favorably shift human health outcomes for all.