Special Interest Projects (SIPs)

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

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NOLA LEADs (Leadership Education and Action on health Disparities)

Starting in Spring 2016, NOLA LEADs (Leadership Education & Action on health Disparities) will recruit 50 individuals from across New Orleans to participate in a new leadership training institute. This opportunity is free and open to New Orleans residents who are concerned about improving the lives of their neighbors and the conditions of their communities. It is specifically for people who have not worked in public health previously. The institute includes a series of six…

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Featured Publications

Scientific

Nutrition and Food Availability

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The Ubiquity of Energy-Dense Snack Foods: A National Multicity Study

 

Obesity

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Stepping Up to the Plate: Transforming School Food in New Orleans

 
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Posters

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FPAC Poster

 

Brochures

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Healthy Choice Brochure

 
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Special Interest Projects (SIPs) Health Journal

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