CAPACITY BUILDING FOR HEALTH

Tulane PRC releases new toolkit for community-based organizations

ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION

Hundreds of students learn safe walking, biking skills

DO SALAD BARS IN SCHOOLS WORK?

New Orleans students use salad bars, but not equally

MOVIN' FOR LIFE

New project works with communities to improve health

10 YEARS POST-KATRINA

New Orleans no longer a supermarket ghost town

EAT DAT!

Cookbook shows it's easy to be healthy on a budget

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ABOUT THE PRC

The Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) conducts a variety of research projects to characterize the environmental factors that promote physical activity or excess calorie consumption. The core project examines the effect of interventions that change these environmental factors.

OUR TEAM
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Irene Williams, Community Health Worker

Contact: iwillia3@tulane.edu Irene Williams is a Community Health Worker at the Tulane Prevention Research Center. Her work at the center focuses on the center’s core project Movin’ for LIFE, which includes various strategies to promote active and healthy lifestyles for residents within the community. Irene… read more

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