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Workshop on Measurement Strategies for Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention

Q & A (27:31 )

Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Samuels, Dr. Crespo, and Dr. Grier.

  • Closing Session Robin McKinnon
    National Cancer Institute

    Dr. McKinnon presents the themes of the workshop and offers closing remarks.

  • Welcome: Day Two Bill Purcell
    Harvard University

    IOM Committee Vice-Chair Bill Purcell welcomes everyone to the second and final day of...

  • Part 1 Robert M. Malina
    University of Texas–Austin and Tarleton State University

    Dr. Malina explains the strengths, limitations, and considerations for the use of body...

  • Part 2 Robin McKinnon
    National Cancer Institute

    Dr. McKinnon presents the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research’s new...

  • Part 3 Roland Sturm
    RAND

    Dr. Sturm discusses moving toward cost-effective approaches to accelerate progress in...

  • Q & A Robert M. Malina, Robin McKinnon, Roland Sturm
    University of Texas–Austin and Tarleton State University, National Cancer...

    Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Malina, Dr. McKinnon, and Dr. Sturm.

  • Part 1 James F. Sallis
    San Diego State University

    Dr. Sallis provides an overview of measuring environmental and policy exposures related...

  • Part 2 Christine Hoehner
    Washington University

    Dr. Hoehner shares current and potential sources of measures for accelerating progress in ...

  • Q & A James F. Sallis, Christine Hoehner
    San Diego State University, Washington University

    Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Sallis and Dr. Hoehner.

  • Part 1 Victoria Rideout
    VJR Consulting

    Ms. Rideout shares data on children’s media use and exposure.

  • Part 2 Shu Wen Ng
    University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

    Dr. Ng discusses the potential uses of commercial data in measuring and accelerating...

  • Part 3 Robert C. Hornik
    University of Pennsylvania

    Dr. Hornik discusses evaluation designs for large-scale communication and social...

  • Q & A Victoria Rideout, Shu Wen Ng, Robert C. Hornik
    VJR Consulting, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, University of...

    Participants discuss the presentations from Ms. Rideout, Dr. Ng, and Dr. Hornik.

  • Part 1 Maya Rockeymoore
    Global Policy Solutions and Leadership for Healthy Communities

    Dr. Rockeymoore shares the evaluation efforts of the Leadership for Healthy Communities...

  • Part 2 Laura Kettel Khan
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Dr. Kettel Khan presents the CDC’s recommended community strategies and measures to...

  • Part 3 Amy A. Eyler
    Washington University

    Dr. Eyler discusses the Physical Activity Policy Research Network and challenges in...

  • Part 4 Jamie Chriqui
    University of Illinois–Chicago

    Dr. Chriqui discusses nutrition and physical activity policy surveillance and measurement.

  • Part 5 Brian Cole
    University of California–Los Angeles

    Dr. Cole discusses accelerating progress in obesity prevention using health impact...

  • Q & A Maya Rockeymoore, Laura Kettel Khan, Amy A. Eyler, Jamie Chriqui, Brian Cole
    Global Policy Solutions and Leadership for Healthy Communities, Centers for...

    Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Rockeymoore, Dr. Kettel Khan, Dr. Eyler,...

  • Part 1 Shiriki Kumanyika, Sarah Samuels
    University of Pennsylvania, Samuels & Associates

    Dr. Kumanyika, panel moderator, presents an overview of disparities and measurement, and...

  • Part 2 Carlos J. Crespo
    Portland State University

    Dr. Crespo explains disparities and measurement related to physical activity.

  • Part 3 Sonya Grier
    American University

    Dr. Grier discusses measuring target marketing as an influence on disparities in obesity.

  • Q & A Sarah Samuels, Carlos J. Crespo, Sonya Grier
    Samuels & Associates, Portland State University, American University

    Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Samuels, Dr. Crespo, and Dr. Grier.

  • Part 1 Karen Glanz
    University of Pennsylvania

    Dr. Glanz shares an overview of issues related to measuring food and nutrition policies...

  • Part 2 Susan M. Krebs-Smith
    National Cancer Institute

    Dr. Krebs-Smith discusses expanding dietary surveillance from individuals to food...

  • Q & A Karen Glanz, Susan M. Krebs-Smith
    University of Pennsylvania, National Cancer Institute

    Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Glanz and Dr. Krebs-Smith.

  • Welcome and Opening Remarks Bill Purcell
    Harvard University

    IOM Committee Vice-Chair Bill Purcell welcomes everyone and shares the goals for the...

Closing Session
Robin McKinnon
National Cancer Institute

Dr. McKinnon presents the themes of the workshop and offers closing remarks.

Part 1
Maya Rockeymoore
Global Policy Solutions and Leadership for Healthy Communities

Dr. Rockeymoore shares the evaluation efforts of the Leadership for Healthy Communities...

Part 1
Robert M. Malina
University of Texas–Austin and Tarleton State University

Dr. Malina explains the strengths, limitations, and considerations for the use of body...

Part 1
Victoria Rideout
VJR Consulting

Ms. Rideout shares data on children’s media use and exposure.

Part 1
Karen Glanz
University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Glanz shares an overview of issues related to measuring food and nutrition policies...

Part 1
Shiriki Kumanyika, Sarah Samuels
University of Pennsylvania, Samuels & Associates

Dr. Kumanyika, panel moderator, presents an overview of disparities and measurement, and...

Part 1
James F. Sallis
San Diego State University

Dr. Sallis provides an overview of measuring environmental and policy exposures related...

Part 2
Laura Kettel Khan
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Dr. Kettel Khan presents the CDC’s recommended community strategies and measures to...

Part 2
Shu Wen Ng
University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

Dr. Ng discusses the potential uses of commercial data in measuring and accelerating...

Part 2
Carlos J. Crespo
Portland State University

Dr. Crespo explains disparities and measurement related to physical activity.

Part 2
Robin McKinnon
National Cancer Institute

Dr. McKinnon presents the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research’s new...

Part 2
Christine Hoehner
Washington University

Dr. Hoehner shares current and potential sources of measures for accelerating progress in ...

Part 2
Susan M. Krebs-Smith
National Cancer Institute

Dr. Krebs-Smith discusses expanding dietary surveillance from individuals to food...

Part 3
Sonya Grier
American University

Dr. Grier discusses measuring target marketing as an influence on disparities in obesity.

Part 3
Robert C. Hornik
University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Hornik discusses evaluation designs for large-scale communication and social...

Part 3
Amy A. Eyler
Washington University

Dr. Eyler discusses the Physical Activity Policy Research Network and challenges in...

Part 3
Roland Sturm
RAND

Dr. Sturm discusses moving toward cost-effective approaches to accelerate progress in...

Part 4
Jamie Chriqui
University of Illinois–Chicago

Dr. Chriqui discusses nutrition and physical activity policy surveillance and measurement.

Part 5
Brian Cole
University of California–Los Angeles

Dr. Cole discusses accelerating progress in obesity prevention using health impact...

Q & A
Sarah Samuels, Carlos J. Crespo, Sonya Grier
Samuels & Associates, Portland State University, American University

Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Samuels, Dr. Crespo, and Dr. Grier.

Q & A
James F. Sallis, Christine Hoehner
San Diego State University, Washington University

Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Sallis and Dr. Hoehner.

Q & A
Maya Rockeymoore, Laura Kettel Khan, Amy A. Eyler, Jamie Chriqui, Brian Cole
Global Policy Solutions and Leadership for Healthy Communities, Centers for...

Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Rockeymoore, Dr. Kettel Khan, Dr. Eyler,...

Q & A
Victoria Rideout, Shu Wen Ng, Robert C. Hornik
VJR Consulting, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, University of...

Participants discuss the presentations from Ms. Rideout, Dr. Ng, and Dr. Hornik.

Q & A
Karen Glanz, Susan M. Krebs-Smith
University of Pennsylvania, National Cancer Institute

Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Glanz and Dr. Krebs-Smith.

Q & A
Robert M. Malina, Robin McKinnon, Roland Sturm
University of Texas–Austin and Tarleton State University, National Cancer...

Participants discuss the presentations from Dr. Malina, Dr. McKinnon, and Dr. Sturm.

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Bill Purcell
Harvard University

IOM Committee Vice-Chair Bill Purcell welcomes everyone and shares the goals for the...

Welcome: Day Two
Bill Purcell
Harvard University

IOM Committee Vice-Chair Bill Purcell welcomes everyone to the second and final day of...

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    • Heather Cook

    • Emily Miller

    • Heather Breiner

    • Elena Ovaitt

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