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Ellen Schneider, MBA, will discuss the steps for recognition as an arthritis-appropriate evidence-based intervention.

About the speaker:
Ellen Schneider, MBA
Associate Director of Policy & Strategic Alliances, UNC Center for Aging and Health

Ellen Schneider, MBA, is Associate Director of Policy and Strategic Alliances for the UNC Center for Aging and Health and is a previous member of the Osteoarthritis Action Alliance team. Her areas of focus include evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention programming, healthy aging, and brain health. Ms. Schneider managed the national process to review programs for potential recognition as arthritis-appropriate evidence-based interventions; this process was led by the OAAA and was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She also had previously managed the Administration for Community Living’s Title III-D evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention program review process.

Ellen has worked extensively with State Health Departments and the aging services network to build infrastructure and implement healthy aging policy, guidelines, and programming. She has presented at numerous national and statewide conferences across the country. Ms. Schneider received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Penn State University and graduate certificate in aging from UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Jan 19, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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