Download and listen to NACDD’s podcasts to further your professional development on your own schedule. Podcasts are approximately 20 minutes long, on average, and feature a variety of experts from across public health and chronic disease prevention and control. View other podcast series.
NACDD President’s Challenge – Root Causes and Chronic Disease Prevention: NACDD Board President Dr. Gabriel Kaplan outlines his vision for incorporating the social determinants of health into chronic disease prevention and control and health promotion.
The Data Frontier: This is a special podcast from the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors’s 2019 Chronic Disease Academy. Dr. Judy Monroe, President and CEO of the CDC Foundation moderates a panel on “The Data Frontier – Challenges and Innovations Occurring in the Field.” Panelists include: Dr. Peter Briss from the CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Dr. Tom Land from the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine; Dr. Karen Smith, from the California Department of Public Health, and Kurt Waltenbaugh of Carrot Health. The panelists will discuss how data is influencing healthcare delivery, health policy, and disease prevention.
The Future of Value-Based Health: This is a special podcast from the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors’s 2019 Chronic Disease Academy. Leavitt Partners experts Bo Nemelka, Susan Winkler, and Andrew Croshaw will discuss “The Future of Value-Based Health,” where they will share their predictions for the near and long-term future of healthcare and health policy.
Traversing the Data Frontier: This is a special podcast from the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors’s 2019 Chronic Disease Academy. Dr. Jewell Mullen of Dell Medical School moderates a panel on “Traversing the Data Frontier.” Panelists include: Carol Hall Waller, of the Rhode Island Department of Health; Brian King of CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Dr. Mehul Dalal of the Connecticut Department of Health; Karen Girard of the Oregon Health Authority. The panelists will discuss the practical applications of incorporating traditional and nontraditional data sources into chronic disease prevention work. They will share examples of successful projects from State Health Departments in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Oregon.
*Note there was no Academy in 2018 or 2020.
NACDD and its partners produce multiple publications throughout the year that may be helpful to your chronic disease programming and professional development. Take a look around, all publications are readily available for download. If you can’t find what you are looking for or need a document in another format for readability, email us at email@example.com.