Our health is not just driven by what happens in a doctor’s office, or by our habits and behaviors, but also by the conditions in which we live, grow, work, and learn. Collectively these are called social and environmental determinants of health, and include education, income, employment, family and social support, community safety, air and water quality, and housing and transit.
The first session dealt with family and social support and this session, the second, looked at the intersection between housing and health.
FEATURING PRESENTATIONS FROM…
Gundersen Health System
UW-Madison School of Social Work
Housing First Milwaukee Resident Advisory Council
Milwaukee County Housing Division
UnitedHeatlhcare Community and State
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Wisconsin
- Program Agenda
- Further Resources
- Speaker Bios
- Presentation - Marah Curtis, UW-Madison School of Social Work
- Presentation - James Mathy, Milwaukee County Housing Division and Robert Itzin, Housing First Milwaukee
- Presentation - Andy McMahon and Ellen Sexton, UnitedHealthcare
- Presentation - Sandy Brekke, Gundersen Health System
- More information available here on the first in this series, which dealt with family and social support.