The mission of the Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) is to reduce or prevent overweight and obesity in the Greater New Orleans Area by addressing the physical and social environmental factors influencing physical activity and diet. The Tulane PRC’s mission is accomplished through research; collaboration with community partners and policy makers; communication about environmental factors related to physical activity and diet with public health practitioners, policy makers and community partners; and training of public health professionals, paraprofessional and community members.

Why obesity?

Health Journal   Tulane dietetic interns gain insightful skills in nutrition and community-based programs

Obesity may be the most important health problem of our time.

Featured Publications

Scientific

Nutrition and Food Availability

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Interventions to Reduce Household Food Insecurity: A Synthesis of Current Concepts and Approaches

 

Nutrition and Food Availability

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Measuring the Food Environment: Shelf Space of Fruits, Vegetables, and Snack Foods in Stores

 
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PRC

Posters

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FPAC Poster

 

Reports

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What Do New Orleans Residents Want in Their Neighborhoods?

 
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