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Monthly Board Summary

December 2011

  • The Effects of Media on Child Health
  • Parents and Caregivers of Children: Tips for Media Use

September 2011

  • City of Manchester Blueprint for Violence Prevention
    • How You Can Help to Prevent Violence in the City Of Manchester

May/June 2011

  • “Essentials for a Healthy Home” Training Course
  • Manchester Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Innovation Fund Project

April 2011

  • Top Ten Public Health Achievements of the Decade
    • Increased immunization rates.
    • Improved oral health.
    • Decreased childhood lead poisoning.
    • Enhanced ability to monitor and respond to emerging health threats.
    • The investigation and control of communicable diseases.
    • Preventing chronic disease one neighborhood at a time.
    • Improved school health capacity rooted in public health.
    • The establishment of an effective community health improvement process.
    • Improved public health emergency preparedness and response.
    • Improved public health infrastructure and workforce development.

November 2010

  • Manchester Takes on Tobacco
    • Increase Community awareness about the burden of tobacco use.
    • Help all residents who are ready to quit get connected.
    • Reduce the initiation of tobacco use among youth.
    • Decrease Tobacco use throughout the workforce.
    • Publicly Recognize and Promote Smoke-Free Environments.
    • Great American Smoke Out 11/18/10

October 2010

  • 1 Out Of 8 Women Will Develop Breast Cancer At Some Time In Their Lives
  • Flu Season Is Approaching - Take Time To Get A Flu Vaccine!
  • 2010 World's Championship Chili Cook-Off
  • The New Year In School Health

September 2010

  • Healthy Eating and Active Living In Manchester ... One Neighborhood at a Time
  • "Take 3" Actions to Fight the Flu
  • September is National Preparedness Month
  • Back to School in Manchester

August 2010

  • Smoking During Pregnancy and Neighborhood Health
  • National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM)
  • The Manchester Health Department’s Environmental Health Division tips
    when cooking and storing foods outside

June/July 2010

  • Manchester’s West Side Center City Neighborhoods Receive
    Exceptional Medically Underserved Population (E-MUP) Designation
  • The Month of June is “Adolescent Immunization Month”
  • Mosquito and Tick-Borne Disease Prevention

May 2010

  • Increasing Access to Behavioral Health Care Through Integration for the Most Vulnerable
  • The Manchester Health Department Launches New Immunization Initiative
  • 2009 Public Health Excellence Awards for Food Safety Announced
  • Kindergarten Registration
  • Congratulations to Andrea Jordan, MPH, Environmental Health Specialist, on passing the REHS exam

April 2010

  • Healthy Homes and Neighborhood Health
  • National Infant Immunization Week
  • Coordination Assists Residents During Natural Disasters
  • School Nurse’s Office at MST “Open for Business”
  • Nancy Wells new President-Elect of the New Hampshire School Nurse Association

March 2010

  • Developing a Blueprint for Violence Prevention in Manchester
    • City of Manchester Violence-Related Data
  • World TB Day 2010 "TB Elimination: Together We Can"
  • Environmental Health Division assists Food Establishments re-open after the February Windstorm
  • School Health Services are now available to the Manchester School of Technology

Monthly Board SummariesFebruary 2010

  • The Health Department has been selected to receive a grant award from HNHfoundation and Convergence Partnership to improve healthy eating and active living.
  • National Children’s Dental Health Month
  • The Health Department and its regional public health partners continued to deliver H1N1 vaccine
  • School Health Advisory Council working with Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic to revise the Adolescent Resource Guide published in 2007
  • Andrea Iasillo Named 2009 Employee of the Year

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