FNEE Pre-Conference Workshop: Next Steps in PSE: Effective Evaluation Methods in Policies, Systems and Environmental (PSE) Interventions
8:00 am - 3:00 pm | Thursday, 7/20 | Independence Ballroom E
$105 for SNEB members | $145 nonmembers | Breakfast and lunch served | Registration includes an Intercultural Competency Assessment | RSVP required
Moderator: Laura Stephenson, PhD, University of Tennessee Extension
Speakers: Rachel Novotny, PhD, University of Hawaii; Lupita Fabregas, PhD, University of California; Marci Scott, PhD, Michigan Fitness Foundation; Kathleen Cullinen, PhD, RDN, Michigan Fitness Foundation; Brenda Wolford, MS, RD, Altarum Institute; Sue Foerster, MPH, ASNNA; Karen Franck, PhD, University of Tennesee Extension; Emily Loehmer, University of Illinois Extension
Comprehensive nutrition education interventions include changes in policy, systems and environments (PSE). This preconference focuses on identifying effective methods and tools for evaluating PSE change interventions in nutrition education. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about different PSE evaluation methods and tools through interactive sessions and active discussions. The role of intercultural competency for effective implementation will be explored. Participants will complete an intercultural competency assessment prior to the pre-conference, with the results used during this session. Presentations will highlight a variety of strategies for evaluating cultural competency, determining level of community and organizational readiness, and PSE lessons learned from evaluation experts.
- Define evaluation of PSE interventions for nutrition education programs.
- Explore the role of intercultural competency for effective PSE implementation.
- Identify and apply evaluation methods for PSE interventions in nutrition education programs.
Session sponsored by the Division of Food and Nutrition Extension Education and the Public Health Nutrition Division.