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Father of Aerobics, Dr. Kenneth Cooper, to Speak in Knoxville
Boling Distinguished Visiting Professorship in Health Policy Forum Presents
In 1968, Kenneth Cooper, MD, MPH, launched a new movement in America called aerobic exercise. Now, backed by years of research findings that confirm his message, Dr. Cooper continues his mission: to promote proper exercise, diet, and emotional balance for optimum health and longevity.
Dr. Cooper has been named the 2009 University of Tennessee Boling Distinguished Visiting Professor and will present "Achieving a Lifetime of Good Health while Lowering Healthcare Costs" on Jan. 29, at the Knoxville Convention Center. The forum will include Knoxville area business leaders who will present a panel discussion, "Executive Insights on Personal and Corporate Wellness," encouraging audience members' interaction.
The forum is sponsored by UT Medical Center, UT Graduate School of Medicine, UT College of Business Administration, Knoxville, and the Knoxville Chamber. A registration fee of $35 includes forum and breakfast. For information and to reserve a seat, contact UT Medical Center Office of Development, email@example.com, 305-6611. For details about the event, visit http://gsm.utmck.edu/news/main.htm.
The Boling Distinguished Visiting Professorship in Health Policy Forum brings together industry experts and business leaders to discuss innovative approaches to healthcare policy and the impact they can have in the workplace, particularly on employee productivity.
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