STEPPING TO SCHOOL 2014

KidsWalk Coalition releases school walkability report

STEPPING INTO SHAPE

Meet the Bunny Friend walking group

POLICY IN ACTION

States lack enforcement of school physical activity policies, study finds

FIT NOLA GOLD

Tulane University is certified healthy

MAKIN' GROCERIES

Tulane PRC-led project explores neighborhood shopping patterns

IMPROVING LOUISIANA'S PUBLIC HEALTH

Tulane PRC researches state-level strategies

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NEXT EVENT

MAR 6 Noon to 1 p.m.

Health Impact Assessments: Using Community Engagement & Data to Inform a Redevelopment Project

Room 1208, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, 1440 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

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ABOUT THE PRC

The PRC conducts a variety of research projects to characterize the environmental factors that promote physical activity or excess calorie consumption. The Core Research Project studies the effect of interventions that change these environmental factors, using community-based participatory research (CBPR) methods.

OUR TEAM
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Ashley Wennerstrom, Faculty Co-Investigator

Ashley Wennerstrom, MPH, PhD, is a faculty co-investigator for the Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC). Dr. Wennerstrom’s work focuses on the PRC’s core research project (20014-2019 gran cycle) and components related to Community Health Workers. She is also a collaborator working with the University of… read more

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