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Policy, Systems & Environmental Change

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This webinar will give insight into the importance of using an equity lens to create local policy and systems change to improve the food and active living environment in communities. Community-driven approaches and creating opportunities for authentic civic engagement of community voices are needed for improving health in communities.

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  •  2.0 Advanced-level CECH, 2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 Entry-level CECH, 2.0 MCHES

Journal Self Study 

HPP 206 September: Defining and Measuring Sustainability in the Food & Fitness Initiative

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Journal Self Study

HPP 205 September 2018: Prioritizing Racial Equity: How Efforts to Advance Racial Equity Helped Shape the W.K. Kellogg Food & Fitness Initiative

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This webinar also will feature a new SOPHE curriculum, POPPED!,  for public health undergraduate and graduate students and other evidence-informed resources regarding opioid use disorder prevention and treatment.

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Structural change approaches—also known as policy and environmental changes—are becoming increasingly common in health promotion, yet our understanding of how to evaluate them is still limited. An exploratory scoping review of the literature was conducted to understand approaches and methods used to evaluate structural change interventions in health promotion and public health literature.

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Background. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed modifying the Nutrition Facts Label (NFL) on food packages to increase consumer attention to this resource and to promote healthier dietary choices. Aims. The present study sought to determine whether the proposed NFL changes will affect consumer attention to the NFL or purchase intentions.

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Scholars and practitioners frequently make recommendations to develop family planning interventions that are “multilevel.” Such interventions take explicit account of the role of environments by incorporating multilevel or social-ecological frameworks into their design and implementation. However, research on how interventions have translated these concepts into practice in the field of family planning—and generally in public health—remains scarce.

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Public health research has increasingly focused on how access to resources affects health behaviors. Mapping environmental factors, such as distance to a supermarket, can identify intervention points toward improving food access in low-income and minority communities. However, the existing literature provides little guidance on choosing the most appropriate measures of spatial access.

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Rising rates of chronic disease continue to outpace the advancement of preventive healthcare services. This webinar gives participants a brief refresher of the importance of patient centered care and how more effective implementation can help healthcare professionals and patients to optimize prevention efforts to curb the rise of chronic disease.

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