Login for member pricing About the Webinar This webinar will describe the recent position paper by SNEB on the importance of including environmental sustainability in dietary guidance, including the rationale for this position and the
Journal Club 2: Feasibility of Using a Community-Supported Agriculture Program to Increase Access to and Intake of Vegetables among Federally Qualified Health Center Patients
Login for member pricing About the Webinar CSA Partnerships for Health is a subsidized community supported agriculture program in Portland, Ore. that connects Federally Qualified Health Centers with CSA farms to increase food security
About the Webinar Training of graduate students to be future scholars often focuses on research design, data collection and interpretation, but commonly the translation of that knowledge to critical appraisal is less developed. The peer
Login for member pricing About the Webinar Great Taste, Less Waste was a communication intervention designed to improve the quality of food brought from home to school, using a combined healthy eating and eco-friendly approach. In this
Journal Club 4: Nutrition Label Use and its Association With Dietary Quality Among Latinos: The Roles of Poverty and Acculturation
Login for member pricing About the Webinar Epidemiological studies have described a “Dietary Acculturation Paradox”: Increased acculturation to the United States is associated with poor diet. Thus, understanding how to
Journal Club 7: Fruit and Vegetable Preferences and Practices May Hinder Participation in Community-Supported Agriculture Among Low-Income Rural Families
Login for member pricing About the Webinar Fruit and Vegetable Preferences and Practices May Hinder Participation in Community-Supported Agriculture Among Low-Income Rural Families. This presentation will describe factors that may
About the Webinar Digital technologies such as mobile and Internet of Things platforms, social media, podcasts, virtual and augmented reality, and artificial intelligence have become part of everyday life in the 21st century.
About the Webinar This webinar will provide valuable information to persons at all stages of their career for developing effective mentor-mentee relationships. Challenges to developing effective relationships include, but are not limited
Journal Club 8: Food Sources for Homeless Youth: An Evaluation of Food Availability at a Homeless Youth Drop-In Center
Login for member pricing About the Webinar This presentation will describe unaccompanied homeless youth (a very vulnerable and difficult to reach population), their food needs and how youth drop-in centers attempt to meet these needs.
Journal Club 9: Traditional Food Practices, Attitudes, and Beliefs in Urban Alaska Native Women Receiving WIC Assistance
Login for member pricing About the Webinar Anchorage Alaska is home to more than half of the state's population and to the majority of Alaska Native peoples. Traditional foods play a large role in the lives of many Alaska Native peoples,
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