Recorded on 3/4/2019
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 and improve nutrition and health among patients. A Federally Qualified Health Center is a community-based health center that provides primary care services in underserved areas and serves all individuals regardless of their ability to pay for services. The program is a community-based participatory research project that began in 2014 and involves 15 academic and community partners. In this webinar, we will share findings from our evaluation of CSA Partnerships for Health and discuss opportunities and challenges to implementing a subsidized CSA program targeted to Federally Qualified Health Center patients.
About the Presenters
Betty Izumi, PhD, MPH, RD, OHSU-PSU School of Public Health
Betty Izumi is a registered dietitian and associate professor in the joint School of Public Health at Oregon Health & Science University and Portland State University. Her research and teaching focus on issues at the intersection of nutrition, sustainability, and health equity. Since 2014, she has led the evaluation of CSA Partnerships for Health.
Fanny Rodriguez-Adams, BA, THW, Multnomah County Health Department
Fanny Rodriguez-Adams is a community health worker with the Multnomah County Health Department since 2015. She was previously an intern at Zenger Farm, a non-profit organization and working urban farm. As a farm intern, she helped to start CSA Partnerships for Health.
Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance. The webinar provides information on the following:
SNEB Nutrition Educator Competencies
Agricultural Production and Food Systems
Nutrition Education Program Design Implementation and Evaluation
CDR Performance Indicators
8.2.1, 12.1.1, 12.1.3
CDR Learning Need Codes
4010, 4040, 4070