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Working at the Intersection of Healthy Eating, Active Living, and Violence Prevention

November 2013

Loel S. Solomon, Vice President, Community Health, Kaiser Permanente
Jodi L. Ravel, Senior Manager, Regional Community Benefit Programs, Kaiser Permanente-Northern California Region

This field note describes Kaiser Permanente’s work at the intersection of obesity prevention, violence prevention/reduction, and, increasingly, social and emotional health. It focuses on Kaiser's experience in advancing multidimensional community-based prevention efforts in Northern California, one of seven regions where it is undertaking this work.


PDF Format Views from the Field: 11-18-13 (Kaiser Permanente)