WEBINAR: Active Living Research featuring Dr. Angie Cradock

Achieving Change Across Sectors: Integrating Research, Policy, & Practice FREE WEBINAR – REGISTER NOW Tuesday, February 11 1:00 pm ET The January/February 2014 (Vol. 28, Issue sp3) supplemental issue of the American Journal of Health Promotion is devoted to Active Living Research. The issue highlights papers selected from abstracts submitted for presentation at Active Living … Continue reading “WEBINAR: Active Living Research featuring Dr. Angie Cradock”

Seeking Applicants for Leaders in Health

Application due February 14, 2014 Leaders in Health community training program is currently seeking applications from community members who are striving to improve nutrition and physical activity in Boston and surrounding communities. Now in its 4th year, the program’s goal is to build the capacity of our community partners by providing participants with an introduction … Continue reading “Seeking Applicants for Leaders in Health”

HPRC at APHA’s Annual Meeting & Expo

This year’s APHA meeting, “Think Global Act Local: Best Practices Around the World,” addresses current and emerging health science, policy, and practice issues in an effort to prevent disease and promote health. Be sure to look for HPRC at the following presentations: Monday, November 4th 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Food & Nutrition Student Research … Continue reading “HPRC at APHA’s Annual Meeting & Expo”

EVENT: HPRC Community Partners Meeting

Technology and Childhood Obesity: The Good, the Bad, and the Possible Highlights from the meeting will be shared on Twitter via @HarvardPRC. Join in on the conversation with #technobesity. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16TH, 2013 8:00AM-1:30PM MIT CAMPUS ACTIVITIES COMPLEX 3RD FLOOR, MEZZANINE LOUNGE, ROOM W20-307 77 MASSACHUSETTS AVE CAMBRIDGE MA 02139 Featured Keynote Speakers: Screen Proliferation … Continue reading “EVENT: HPRC Community Partners Meeting”

Dr. Michele Polacsek & MYOC featured by NCI’s “Research to Reality” online community!

The Maine Youth Overweight Collaborative’s (MYOC) toolkit, “Keep ME Heatlhy” has now been included in the National Cancer Institute’s online community “Research to Reality (R2R).” Join in the discussion about Keep ME Healthy and redressing the childhood obesity pandemic with July’s featured R2R Partner Dr. Michele Polacsek.