Product

Category: Inventory Products : Multimedia view cart

The Environment, Our Food and our Health - Lessons from The Farm at St. Joe's - Environmental Stewardship Webinar Recording - October 3, 2013 (CD)

Product Code: 2694
The Environment, Our Food and our Health - Lessons from The Farm at St. Joe's - Environmental Stewardship Webinar Recording - October 3, 2013 (CD)
Member Price: $0.00
Non-Member Price: $60.00

Description

It is no surprise that the food we eat and the ways in which it's produced, processed, packaged and distributed in today's globalized economy has an impact on our health and the health of our environment. As Catholic health care, faithful stewardship of the earth and its resources and a commitment to improving the health and wellness of our communities makes this a topic of vital interest.

This webinar offered a national and local perspective on food and health connections and successful practices. The presenters are a national expert on a sustainable food systems and representatives of a Catholic health facility that has implemented several programs and practices related to this issue.

Physician, writer and advocate, David Wallinga, represents the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), shed a spotlight on how our food supply is a public health issue and how it impacts our health. To provide practical and unique solutions, leaders from Saint Joseph Mercy Health System shared their story, which includes The Farm at St. Joe's, a 364-acre farm and educational experience on the grounds of St. Joseph Mercy in Ann Arbor, Mich., where organic planting methods provide patients, staff, volunteers and visitors an experiential way to understand the link between fresh air, exercise, fresh food, good nutrition and good health. The Farm’s innovative approach to healing and wellness has garnered CHA's 2013 Achievement Citation. Learn more about the award here .

In this webinar, the staff behind the creation and management of the farm shared some of the lessons they've learned and insights into how other health care organizations can take what they have learned and insights into how other health care organizations can take what they have learned and adapt it for their own organization, how to generate support for environmental projects, how to find community partners and more.

Presenters: David Wallinga, MD, MPA, Senior Advisor, Science, Food and Health, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy; Rob Casalou, President & CEO, St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor & Livingston Hospitals and Health Centers; Dave Raymond, Director of Planning and Design, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System; Dan Bair, Director of Hospital Farming, The Farm at St. Joe's; and Lisa McDowell, MS, RD, CNSD, Manager of Clinical Nutrition, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.

This is a recording of the webinar held on October 3, 2013.

Run time: 90 minutes

System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Pentium IV - GHZ Processor
  • 256 MB RAM

This resource is available for online viewing in the CHA Knowledge Center!

Full Description Below

Full Description

It is no surprise that the food we eat and the ways in which it's produced, processed, packaged and distributed in today's globalized economy has an impact on our health and the health of our environment. As Catholic health care, faithful stewardship of the earth and its resources and a commitment to improving the health and wellness of our communities makes this a topic of vital interest.

This webinar offered a national and local perspective on food and health connections and successful practices. The presenters are a national expert on a sustainable food systems and representatives of a Catholic health facility that has implemented several programs and practices related to this issue.

Physician, writer and advocate, David Wallinga, represents the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), shed a spotlight on how our food supply is a public health issue and how it impacts our health. To provide practical and unique solutions, leaders from Saint Joseph Mercy Health System shared their story, which includes The Farm at St. Joe's, a 364-acre farm and educational experience on the grounds of St. Joseph Mercy in Ann Arbor, Mich., where organic planting methods provide patients, staff, volunteers and visitors an experiential way to understand the link between fresh air, exercise, fresh food, good nutrition and good health. The Farm’s innovative approach to healing and wellness has garnered CHA's 2013 Achievement Citation. Learn more about the award here .

In this webinar, the staff behind the creation and management of the farm shared some of the lessons they've learned and insights into how other health care organizations can take what they have learned and insights into how other health care organizations can take what they have learned and adapt it for their own organization, how to generate support for environmental projects, how to find community partners and more.

Presenters: David Wallinga, MD, MPA, Senior Advisor, Science, Food and Health, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy; Rob Casalou, President & CEO, St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor & Livingston Hospitals and Health Centers; Dave Raymond, Director of Planning and Design, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System; Dan Bair, Director of Hospital Farming, The Farm at St. Joe's; and Lisa McDowell, MS, RD, CNSD, Manager of Clinical Nutrition, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.

This is a recording of the webinar held on October 3, 2013.

Run time: 90 minutes

System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Pentium IV - GHZ Processor
  • 256 MB RAM

This resource is available for online viewing in the CHA Knowledge Center!

Product Details

Publication Date: October 08, 2013
Disk Type: CD - Computer
Product Dimensions: H: 4.9375 IN., W: 5.0625 IN.
Shipping Weight: 0.0938 Lb.