MOVIN' FOR LIFE

Core research project works with communities to improve health

ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION

Hundreds of students learn safe walking, biking skills

SPECIAL INTEREST PROJECT (SIP)

Leadership Education and Action on health Disparities (NOLA LEADs)

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

SIX INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE TO TULANE STUDENTS

More info at http://bit.ly/TUPRCjobs

DO SALAD BARS IN SCHOOLS WORK?

Tulane PRC School Salad Bar Evaluation

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NEXT EVENT

OCT 29 Deadline Extended!

Apply for the Tulane PRC Health Promotion Practicum!

Open to students currently enrolled at Tulane University.

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CORE RESEARCH

The overall goal for the Tulane Prevention Research Center’s Movin’ for LIFE (Lasting Improvements for Fitness and Energy) program is to develop a model of healthy living for residents of the Ninth Ward community, such as eating healthy and being more physically active, and promote existing resources and activities. All program activities will be carried out in the Upper and Lower Ninth Ward for all residents and then shared with other New Orleans neighborhoods. Read more

SPECIAL INTEREST PROJECTS (SIPs)

The Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) has the opportunity to apply for funding for Special Interest Projects (SIPs) through the CDC. The Tulane PRC currently has one SIP focused on citizen leadership training. In the past, the Tulane PRC had several SIPs focused on salad bars in schools, food policy research, physical activity policy research, and helping women quit tobacco. Read more

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