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Archive of Past Seminars
(please note that videos from all seminars from October 2012-present are available on the PRCHN website)

9/14/16PRCHN Faculty and Staff; co-presented by Network of Community Advisors (NOCA) PRCHN Dissemination Day: Food Access and Food Security among Cleveland Residents
7/13/16 Serita Mullins and Jeff Sugalski, Burten Bell Carr Development, Incorporated Urban Agriculture Innovation Zone: Development, Implementation, and Lessons Learned
6/8/16 Martha Sajatovic, MD, Professor, Psychiatry and Epidemiology & Biostatistics, CWRU Targeted Training in Epilepsy Self-Management: Bringing Together Patients, Clinicians, and Researchers
5/11/16 Sandra Byrd Chappelle, Strategic Solutions Partners, LLC If We Build It, We Will Come: A Model for Community-Led Change to Transform Neighborhood Conditions to Support Healthy Eating and Active Living
4/13/16 Elizabeth Antognoli, PhD, Department of Family Medicine, CWRU Nicotine Dependence and Perceptions from Young Adults and Adolescents Who Smoke Little Cigars 
3/9/16        Madalena Monteban, PhD, Post-doctoral Fellow, PRCHN Maternal Knowledge and Child Health: The Case of Infant Growth in the Andes
2/10/16 Teleange Thomas, Foundation Center; Joseph Black, Sisters of Charity Foundation; Peter Whitt, Enlightenment Consultant Group Community Health Workers: Models of Success in Central
1/13/16 Adam Perzynski, PhD, CWRU Neighborhoods an Health from Redlining to the Digital Divide: Perspectives for Public Health and Primary Care
12/9/15 Sue Flocke, PhD, CWRU; Darcy Freedman, PhD, CWRU Food Shopping Patterns, Preferences, & Perceptions of Farmers’ Markets among Clevelanders Receiving SNAP
11/11/15 Patty Marshall, PhD, CWRU; Aaron Goldenberg, PhD, MPH, CWRU  Community Voices Project: Family History, Place, and Chronic Disease
10/14/15 Cresha Auck Foley, American Heart Association Grassroots Advocacy Tools to Use and Love
9/9/15 Sara Continenza, Hunger Network; Darrell Huliz, PharmD, CWRU; Dr. Parkash Ganesh Bridging the Gap between Hunger and Health
7/8/15 Siran Koroukian, PhD Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program in Ohio
6/10/15 PEER Fellows Project Poster Session PEER Fellows; Jeri Jewett, MPH, PEER Fellowship Coordinator
5/6/15 Thomas Valente, PhD, University of Southern California  Social Network Analysis & Health
5/1/15   David Wetter, PhD, Rice University  Tobacco and Health Inequities
5/2015    Daniel Remley, PhD, OSU Extension  Food Councils and Choice Food Pantries
4/8/15 Daniel Remley, PhD, OSU Extension  Food Councils and Choice Food Pantries
3/11/15 Martha Sajatovic, PhD, Case Western Reserve  Role of Self-Management in Managing Epilepsy & Reducing Complications
2/11/15   Erika Trapl, PhD, Case Western Reserve; Morgan Taggart, MUPPD, OSU Extension; Alison Patrick, MPH, Cuyahoga County Board of Health Produce Prescription Project
1/14/15 David Cavallo, PhD, Case Western Reserve Behavior change interventions using social media; User-generated approaches
12/10/14 Elaine Borawski, PhD, Case Western Reserve IMPACT Study: Ideas moving parents and adolescents to change together
11/12/14 Mary Step, PhD, CWRU Conducting research with social media: Opportunities, resources, and pitfalls. An example with little cigar users
10/8/14    Sarah Drewes-Jones, MS, RD, LD and FreshLink staff FreshLink: Healthy Village, Healthy Child Initiative
9/10/14    Kimberly Bess, PhD, Vanderbilt University Social Network Analysis and Community Health
7/9/14    Sue Flocke, PhD, Case Western Reserve How prepared are Ohio medical residents to address obesity, nutrition, and physical activity counseling with patients?
6/11/14 Amy Sheon, MPH, PhD, Case Western Reserve Wearable computing and sensor technology: What's all the fuss?
5/14/14 Darcy Freedman, PhD, Case Western Reserve  Market to Mouth: What do people do with food purchased from farmers' markets?
4/9/14 Claudia Coulton, PhD, Case Western Reserve Individual and contextual effects on perceptions of neighborhood scale
3/12/14 Johnie Rose, MD, PhD, Case Western Reserve The affordable care act: implications for public health and prevention
2/12/14 Dan Flannery, PhD, Begun Center for Violence Prevention, Case Western Reserve  Opportunities and challenges in community-based violence prevention
Mary Holmes, President, Innovative Farmers of Ohio  Do we have the courage to prevent disease?
12/11/13 Rumi Shamin, PhD, Oberlin College  A triple-bottom-line analysis of the value of urban agriculture in Cleveland
11/13/13 Jeri Jewett, MPH, PEER Fellowship Coordinator and PEER Fellows Partners In Education and Research (PEER) Fellow Poster Presentations (not taped; link to posters)
10/16/13 Lawrence Green, PhD, University of California, San Francisco  Accelerating the Implementation of Evidence: If We Want More Evidence-Based Practice, We Need More Practice-Based Evidence
9/11/13 Sue Flocke, PhD, Case Western Reserve Study design and methods considerations for mixing qualitative and quantitative methods

No seminar
Siran Koroukian, PhD, Case Western Reserve
Ohio's Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program: cancer screening for uninsured women
6/12/13   No seminar
5/8/13 Heidi Gullett, MPH, MD, Case Western Reserve  Bridges out of Poverty: A novel framework to promote social change and improve health outcomes
4/10/13 Eileen Seeholzer, MD, MetroHealth Working on weight loss in real life: The STRIDES program
3/13/13 Shirley Moore, RN, PhD, FAAN, Case Western Reserve  Why is behavior so hard to change? New theories of health behavior change
Darcy Freedman, PhD, Case Western Reserve  Community-level Food access interventions to improve public health
1/03/13 Jean Frank, MPH, Manager of Community Initiatives, PRCHN, and YRBS Staff History and Value of YRBS Data
12/15/12 Dorr Dearborn, MD, Case Western Reserve Healthy Homes: Asthma and COPD
11/14/12 Johnie Rose, MD, PhD, Case Western Reserve
Simulation Modeling: A Primer and Application to Public Health
10/24/12 Chris Fulcher, PhD, Center for Applied Research & Environmental Systems, University of Missouri, Columbia Mapping the Food Environment
9/12/12 Monica Wendel, PhD, Director, Center for Community Health & Development, Texas A&M University Using Community Health Development to Build Community Capacity and Increase Physical Activity
7/11/12 David Bruckman, PhD, Case Western Reserve Smoking Ban Enforcement in Ohio
6/13/12 Dan Meaney, GISP, Cuyahoga County Planning Commission; Kris Higgins, Cuyahoga County Planning Commission Gaps and Opportunities for Healthy Food Retail
4/11/12 Cyleste Collins, PhD, Case Western Reserve Losing Hold of the American Dream: Connections between Home Foreclosure and Health
3/14/12 Catherine Demko, PhD, Case Western Reserve  Healthy Smiles Cleveland: A Community/ Academic Partnership for Preventive Services
2/19/12 Melinda Forthofer, PhD, University of South Carolina The Ties That Bind: What We Know about How Social Networks Influence Health Behaviors
1/11/12 Sue Flocke, PhD, Case Western Reserve; Morgan Taggart, MUPDD, OSU Extension  Enhancing Farmer's Market Use among Recipients of the Food Assistance Program


James Spilsbury

Children's vs. Parent's Perceptions of Neighborhood Boundaries


Ethan Berke

Perspectives on Healthcare, Housing, and Lifestyle: The Built Environment and Emerging Technologies


Martha Halko, Erika Trapl, Jessica Kelly Moore, Rob Fischer, Ann Holstein (KLS

Mapping the Health Environment


Scott Frank, MPH, MD, Case Western Reserve 



The P.H.A.B. Initiative: promoting health across boundaries 



Characterizing the neighborhood total food environment: a mixed methods approach (i.e., an update on FreshLink) 



Cleveland community voices on health inequality & genetics 



Successful youth fitness programs 



Pediatric obesity & hypertension: children with adult diseases 



Healthy home environments: asthma plus air quality wireless monitoring 



Perspectives: health, equity, & opportunity 


Erika Trapl, PhD, CWRU

Little Cigars: Big Problem in a Small Wrapper