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PRCHN Seminar Series
The PRCHN hosts a monthly lunchtime seminar series featuring local and national experts presenting research on public health, food policy, and related issues. These presentations keep the conversation growing in ways that continually seek to improve the way we understand and address health concerns in our community. Once a year, we host a half-day research symposium for a deep examination into some aspect of the Center's research. 
  
 
 
 
 Upcoming Seminars 
2.14.18  Ideas Moving Parents & Adolescents to Change Together (IMPACT): Initial Study Findings Elaine Borawski, PhD, Angela Bowen Williamson Professor of Community Nutrition, CWRU, Director of the PRCHN and Co-PI of the IMPACT study
3.14.18 Lessons Learned from a Statewide Collaboration to Build Capacity for Obesity Prevention Darcy Freedman, PhD, PRCHN Associate Director, Associate Professor, CWRU; Ana Claudia Zubieta, Program Director, SNAP-ED; Eunlye Lee, PhD, Research Associate; Julie Hewitt, M.Ed, BCOP Program Manager; David Ngendahimana, Pre-Doctoral Fellow
4.11.18 Chronic Disease Self-Management Program: Innovations and Partnerships to Make a Difference in Self-reported Outcomes Anna Thornton, MPH, REACH Project Manager; Jonathan Lever, MPH, Better Health Partnership; and Samantha Smith, MA, Cuyahoga County Board of Health
5.9.17 TBA Colleen McBride, Emory University
6.13.18  Precision Public Health: Using Health Information Technology to Improve Our Approach to Community Building Scott Frank, MD, MS, Professor, CWRU
7.11.18 TIME Intervention Martha Sajatovic, MD, Professor, CWRU
 Topics and speakers are subject to change. Note that there is no seminar in August.
 
The PRCHN Seminar Series takes place on the second Wednesday of the month
from 12:00 - 1:15 pm in the PRCHN Ground Floor Conference Room
of the BioEnterprise Building, 11000 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland.
All seminars are free and open to the public. Parking is available.