Journal Club 6: Indicators of Readiness and Capacity for Implementation of Healthy Eating Strategies in Child Care Settings Serving Low-Income Children

Journal Club 6: Indicators of Readiness and Capacity for Implementation of Healthy Eating Strategies in Child Care Settings Serving Low-Income Children

April 1, 2019 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern

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About the Webinar

The webinar will focus on presenting the results from a research project that aimed to identify factors perceived to influence implementation of healthy eating policy, systems, and environmental strategies (PSEs) in child care settings serving low-income children. We will present the background of the project, the methods, and results of this mixed-method project. Finally, we will discuss how findings informed the operationalization of indicators and the development of an assessment tool designed to tailor PSE implementation to diverse childcare settings.

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About the Presenters

Allison A. Parsons, PhD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Dr. Allison Parsons is a Public Health PhD dedicated to partnering with community members and stakeholders to improve child health equity. Her training and expertise are in qualitative methods including ethnography, in-depth one-on-one interviewing, focus groups, and photo-voice. In her research, she focuses on social and environmental factors that promote equitable and optimal health across the life course. Co-producing research with community members and community stakeholders, she aims to identify effective interventions to promote health and well-being and mitigate related disparities.

Madalena Monteban, PhD, Universidad Nacional de Jujuy/ National Scientific and Technical Research Council - Argentina
Dr. Madalena Monteban obtained her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Georgia and she is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Argentina’s National Scientific and Technical Research Council. Her research is focused on socio-environmental factors, maternal knowledge, infant nutrition and cultural capital in Andean communities of Peru and Argentina. She also worked as a postdoctoral scholar at Case Western Reserve University, where she specialized in qualitative and quantitative social network research methods applied to nutrition systems among vulnerable populations.

Education Benefits

Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance. The webinar provides information on the following:

SNEB Nutrition Educator Competencies
Food and Nutrition Policy
Nutrition Education Program Design Implementation and Evaluation
Nutrition Education and Research Methods

CDR Performance Indicators
6.2.4, 12.1.3, 12.3.2

CDR Learning Need Codes
4010, 8010, 8018


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