Moore On Health™ (MOH) believes in supporting various communities and non-profit organizations by volunteering and/or through philanthropic giving.
April 2019 – Moore On Health was invited to visit the Pacific Elementary Pumas school located in Sacramento. During the visit a tour of the school’s bee, native plants and vegetable gardens was provided by some of their 5th graders and Principal Tara Lampkins. Inspiring our youth to consider environmental health through well organized programs can strengthen the health literacy of students, motivate them to pursue careers in science, or inspire them to take on leadership roles to inform local decisions benefiting public health.
December 2018 – Moore On Health, Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and Anna Everett, Professor at UCSB accompanied keynote speaker Jocelyn Frye, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress on a panel discussion. The speaking event was called “Beyond #MeToo: Combatting Sexual Harassment. The seminar provided a contextual overview of the legal, policy, and historical developments – including the persistent influences of gender and racial bias on cultural and workplace attitudes – that shaped the existing framework of protections against sexual harassment in the workplace. The was a well attended event with key community leaders and students reprinting Santa Barbara Community College, University California Santa Barbara and Westmont College.
Thank you Public Square for the opportunity to analyze key policy issues ranging from health care to immigration, climate change to economic equity issues. #PublicSquare #MooreOnHealth #Advocacy #SocialEquity #SantaBarbara
2018 October – Moore On Health had the opportunity to discuss and exchange meaningful dialogue with the senior class of registered nursing students at Cal State University Channel Islands. The title of the discussion – Best Practices Navigating & Advocating Through the Healthcare Policy Arena.
2018 October – The objective was to cover the importance of supporting and advancing the nursing profession by 1) Joining a nursing organization is key, 2) Utilizing best practices when advocating for healthcare policies that increases access to evidence-based healthcare and 3) Understanding the power of your voice and brand as member of the nursing profession. #NursePractitioner #CANPsLead #Advocacy
2018 August – As a medical provider delivering care to long-term / skilled nursing facility patients I find it imperative to align myself with other key members managing the same population. The California Association of Long Term Care Medicine Leadership & Management in Geriatrics conference affords participants the opportunity to spend time in an intensive and highly interactive setting with leaders in the field of geriatric medical management. #MedicalProviders who are #GeriatricAdvocates with #CALTCM
Thank you Dr. Dan Osterweil FACP, CMD Vice President and Medical Director, SCAN Health Plan; Clinical Professor of Medicine/Geriatric
Medicine, and Alfredo Czerwinski, MD for the #CALTCM Leadership & Management in Geriatrics conference.
February 2018 – Cycle For Survival
As a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority Incorporated, Rho Delta Omega (RDO) Chapter located in Palo Alto the RDO Pink Ladies team embark on several opportunities supporting health and wellness events for the community at large. Since 2012 RDO Pink Ladies have raised several thousands of dollars while participating in the Cycle For Survival event held at Equinox Gym in downtown San Francisco.
2017 August – As a members of the California Association for Nurse Practitioners – Channel Islands Chapter Legislative Representative Suzanne Lingl and Moore On Health provided vaccination information with other related educational tools highlighting the importance of vaccination; as well as backpacks filled with school supplies. It was a honor to be a part of the Third Annual K-12 Resource Fair. This is how Nurse Practitioners #CANPsLead
2016 September – supporting Santa Barbara 2016 Heart and Sole 5K Walk/Run.
Speak from the heart about your angina. Angina means your heart needs more oxygen. In coronary heart disease (CAD) the heart’s arteries are narrow or blocked. Angina happens when the heart does not get enough oxygen.
2016 April – National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) Ventura Walk with CANP – Channel Islands Chapter members, Robin Barnes and Charlotte A. Gullap-Moore.
The 2016 Ojai Heart & Sole 5K/10K event was a great event and Moore On Health is looking forward to participating next year. Thanks to all that donated and helped our CANP-Channel Islands Nurse Practitioner reach 50% of their fundraising goal.
2015 November – Representing our Channel Islands Chapter – California Association For Nurse Practitioners and participating in the Santa Barbara Alzheimer’s Walk. Thank for your support and helping us achieve 77% of our donation goal.
2015 June – Mudderella NorCal event involving a fun yet high impact six mile muddy obstacle course that supports the cause to prevent domestic violence. The Mudderella participants raise money for the Futures Without Violence organization. FWV is a nonprofit that develops innovative programs, policies, supports victims, survivors and help them get to safety.
2015 – Alzheimer’s Association – The Longest Day / participating with my AKA Rho Delta Omega Chapter. The health of your brain and body depends on many factors, such as mental stimulation.
2014 – Holly Jolly 5/10K – my husband and I supporting the Marine Toys for Tots campaign.