Upcoming Webinar

Journal Club 5: Process Evaluation of Strong Hearts, Healthy Communities: A Rural Community-Based Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program

March 30, 2020

Login for member pricing About the Webinar Understanding the implementation of behavior change interventions is critical to improving intervention effectiveness and informing dissemination efforts. However, evidence from rural-specific

Journal Club 6: Leaders' Experiences in Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Complex Public Health Nutrition Interventions

April 13, 2020

Login for member pricing About the Webinar The presentation will share findings of a qualitative study conducted with SNAP-Ed leaders in California in 2015-16. At that time, the state was newly implementing guidelines to ensure that

Journal Club 7: Church Leaders’ Views of Obesity Prevention Efforts for Children and Youth

April 20, 2020

Login for member pricing Details coming soon! About the Webinar Related JNEB article. About the Presenter Caroline Glagola Dunn, PhD, RD Education Benefits Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance.

Journal Club 8: Barriers to Healthy Eating in a Community That Relies on an Emergency Food Pantry

April 27, 2020

Login for member pricing About the Webinar This presentation will describe the process of conducting a qualitative research study and highlight results from a study that explored the perceived barriers to healthy eating among those

Journal Club 9: Exploration of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake in a Latinx Population

May 4, 2020

Login for member pricing About the Webinar Sugar-sweetened beverage behavior is rooted in various social and environment factors. In this presentation, we will explore these factors related to consumption within the Latinx population.

Nutrition Education in the 0-5 Childcare Environment: Prioritizing Children's Needs to Support Optimal Growth

May 11, 2020

Login for member pricing About the Webinar Healthy, sustainable eating patterns must address the unique nutritional needs of children, considering the impacts of food insecurity, malnutrition, obesity and educational achievement gaps on