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You can experience Health and Well-Being for All by purchasing the meeting-in-a-box or by downloading the individual modules below.

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OBESITY MODULE

The obesity module begins with the story of a single mother, Carmen, and the barriers she faces in addressing her health issues. Dr. Peterson, a young health care provider, wants to help Carmen and patients like her make healthier choices. Participants will discuss the complexity of impacting obesity in a community. They will explore the different viewpoints of community members and how to collaborate to improve the community where Carmen and others live, learn, work, and play.

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GANG VIOLENCE MODULE

The gang violence module follows surgical resident, Janet Wilson, in her fight to save not only the life of her patient—Michael Simpson—but a neighborhood in peril. With an in-depth role-play, participants will explore the different viewpoints of community members wanting to curb the violence in their neighborhood. By the end of the module’s 6-step change process, they will have ideas for collaborations that could make this community healthy, safe, and successful.

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ASTHMA MODULE

The asthma module is centered on young Raeshawn, who has had difficulty breathing most of his life. Using thought-provoking facts and discussion questions, participants will explore the root causes of asthma and how different sectors in the community can collectively work to help Raeshawn, and others like him, to breathe easier where they live, learn, and work and play.

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Health and Well-Being for All originated with materials created for The CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology
Fellowship for medical students, funded by Pfizer External Medical Affairs, Inc. through a grant to the CDC Foundation.