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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
1/8/14  
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
8/14/13

No seminar
7/10/13
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
2/13/13
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

12/14/11

James Spilsbury

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

11/7/11

Ethan Berke

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

10/12/11

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

Mapping the Health Environment

9/18/11

Scott Frank, MPH, MD, Case Western Reserve 

5/11/11

 

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

3/09/11

 

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

02/09/11

 

Cleveland community voices on health inequality & genetics 

01/12/11

 

Successful youth fitness programs 

12/08/10

 

Pediatric obesity & hypertension: children with adult diseases 

11/10/10

 

Healthy home environments: asthma plus air quality wireless monitoring 

10/13/10

 

Perspectives: health, equity, & opportunity 

9/08/10

Erika Trapl, PhD, CWRU

Little Cigars: Big Problem in a Small Wrapper