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2015 Town Hall Archive

FFY 2015 TOWN HALL ARCHIVE

September 15, 2015

2015 Annual Report Overview

August 18, 2015

    Youth Engagement

    RESOURCES AND LINKS

       

      July 21, 2015

       

       

      Introduction to RE-AIM

      Evaluation Framework for Planning and Evaluating Policy, Systems, and Environmental (PSE) Change

      RESOURCES AND LINKS

      This site provides an explanation of and resources for those wanting to apply the RE-AIM framework.

      The Center TRT's mission is to enhance the public health impact of state and community obesity prevention efforts by providing the training and evidence public health practitioners need to improve health behaviors, environments, and policies in ways that are equitable, efficient, and sustained over time.

        June 16, 2015

         

        How to Engage the SNAP-Ed Eligible Audience with Online Interventions


        Presented by Adrienne Markworth, Executive Director of Leah's Pantry

           

          May 19, 2015

          An Introduction to CATCH PE


          Eileen Avato, National CATCH Specialist

            March 31, 2015

            Planning for FFY 2016

            February 17, 2015

            Debrief on Pre-Forum Webinar 1 & Preparation for LIA Forum

            January 20, 2015

            FFY 14 Final Report Highlights and Program Updates

            • January 20, 2015

            December 16, 2014

            Why Stress May Sabotage Healthy Food Choices: A Look into the Brain?

            Kevin Laugero, Ph.D.,  Stress Biology and Nutrition Research Lab

            Obesity & Metabolism Research Unit Western Human Nutrition Research Center Department of Nutrition, UC Davis

            November 18, 2014

            Follow-Up to the 2014 Skills-Based Training Institute

            October 14, 2014

            Implementing the 2015 SNAP-Ed Plan

            September 16, 2014

            Final Report Overview and Update: