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Lunch At the Lab: Kaiser Permanente’s Vision for Healthy Transportation

Please join us and special guests from the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health as they present KP's "Live Healthy" member initiatives. The emphasis will be on healthy outcomes for persons using active transportation.

Special Guests:

• Ted Eytan, MD, Physician Director, KP Center for Total Health

• Keith Montgomery, Executive Director, KP Center for Total Health

Next week, the Center for Total Health will be hosting the 2013 Walking Summit featuring speakers and programs by luminaries, including Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, USDOT Secretary Anthony Foxx and our Mobility Lab colleague from WalkArlington, Lauren Hassel. We look forward to hearing from Ted and Keith as they share outcomes from the Walking Summit and other health insights from America's largest non-profit health system!

Mobility Lab health researchers overview their work about the role of active transportation impacting health outcomes for Arlington residents and workers.

A light lunch will be provided.

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  • James S.

    Still one of the best run meetups in the area. The only thing I'd like to add is that when people give their introductions they also share any calls to action they are working on so that we can all help each other.

    3 · October 10, 2013

    • Tom F.

      I like your 2nd point a lot. Let's try to test it out at an upcoming program. My goal has been to wrap things no later than 1pm. Within that timeframe - during the Q&A, let's see if one of us can't come up with a relevant action and receive feedback from others.

      On your first point, I like to give our special guests the time they need to get their message out. I would be concerned that we might open up unrelated issues that might eat up a bit of time and energy. Perhaps we could tailor one gathering specifically to your first point, where each person could have a few minutes to discuss a project they're pursuing? Kind of a round-robin share time? Does that make sense?

      1 · October 11, 2013

    • James S.

      yeah like the way that all sounds

      1 · October 11, 2013

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