Lessons Learned from Global Efforts Panel Presentations
In 2014, NCCOR held a one-day meeting funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to convene leading international and interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners to share lessons learned to guide ongoing efforts to reduce childhood obesity prevalence in the United States and worldwide.
In March and April 2016, NCCOR livestreamed three special panel presentations from the Society of Behavioral Medicine’s (SBM) 37th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions. The panels focused on high-impact childhood obesity strategies from around the world including scalable physical activity interventions in Latin America; sugar-sweetened beverage taxes in Mexico, South America, and the United States; and approaches to eliminating health disparities among U.S. and international populations disproportionately affected by obesity.
Panel Presentations from 2014 Meeting
- Watch Panel 1: Global Findings on Promising and Effective Environmental and Policy Strategies to Reduce Childhood Obesity at the Population Level
Presenters: James Sallis and Barry Popkin
- Watch Panel 2: Global Approaches to Assess and Address Sociodemographic Inequities and Disparities in Population-Level Childhood Obesity Prevalence
Presenters: Tim Lobstein and Mauricio Hernández Ávila
- Watch Panel 3: Developing Effective and Accountable Public Health and Industry Partnerships – Transnational Insights and Lessons Learned
Presenters: Hank Cardello and Vivica Kraak
- Watch Panel 4: Building Public Demand for Healthy Eating and Active Living Policies And Environments – What The United States can Learn from Other Countries
Presenters: Terry Huang and Deborah Salvo
SBM Panel Presentations