Strauss Lecture: Designing Communities for Health Rather than Illness

Wednesday, September 14,  Noon – 1pm

Hosted by the Strauss-Wisneski Indigenous and Integrative Medicine Collection, (The Health Sciences Library) and supported by The Foundations of Cultural Dimensions (Colorado School of Public Health, The Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Children’s Hospital Colorado)

“Designing Communities for Health Rather than Illness” with Sandra Hoyt Stenmark, MD

Physician Lead of Colorado Pediatric Cardiovascular Health, Kaiser Permanente, Denver
Sandra Stenmark received her medical degree and completed her pediatric residency training at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.  In addition to administering the cardiovascular health programs for Kaiser Permanente, she is engaged in changing environments and policies in schools and the community in order to improve healthy eating and active living; a focus which aligns well with Kaiser Permanente’s mission to improve the health of the community.

Date and Time: Wednesday, Sept 14th, 2011, noon- 1pm

Place: The Health Sciences Library, 1st Floor, Teaching Labs Anschutz Medical Campus (AMC), Aurora

Closest visitor parking: Georgetown or Ignacio Lots. These parking lots have automated paystations that accept cash, coin, and credit cards.


**Refreshments Will Be Served**

Questions?  Please contact Lilian Hoffecker, , 303-724-2124 Learn more about the Strauss-Wisneski Collection at