Addressing Arthritis: An introduction to remote delivery of evidence-based interventions
Fifty million Americans live with arthritis pain. Arthritis-Appropriate, Evidence-Based Interventions (AAEBIs) have been shown to decrease arthritis and disability and improve quality of life and are offered in communities and health departments in every state reaching more than 50,000 people a year. Despite their availability – and many having remote delivery options – such programs are currently under-used.
Senior Program Manager
National Recreation and Park Association
Tiff Cunin is a Senior Health Program Manager at the National Recreation and Park Association where they manage the healthy aging in parks body of work. The healthy aging in parks portfolio is focused on identifying community-based solutions that ensure the equitable access to programs, services, resources and more to support aging in place through parks and recreation in more than 10,000 communities across the country.
CDC Public Health Associate
Osteoarthritis Action Alliance
Julie Coleman is a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public Health Associate. She oversee the Arthritis-Appropriate Evidence-Based Intervention Approval Process at the Osteoarthritis Action Alliance and has assisted SOPHE in the development of the its toolkit on supporting remote delivery of AAEBIs.