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  1. Breast-feeding promotion: A handbook for public health professionals (Healthy mothers, healthy babies) by Minda S Lazarov, 1987

1. Current Trends Declining Anemia Prevalence Among Children Enrolled In Public Nut
Program, Oregon State health Div; nutrition and Supplemental Food programs, tennessee Dept of health and Environment;
Current Trends Declining Anemia Prevalence among Children Enrolled in Public Nutrition and Health Programs Selected States, 1975-1985
The Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PNSS) was established by CDC in 1974 to monitor the growth and hematologic status of children from low-income families participating in such programs as the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)*; Early Periodic Screening, Detection, and Treatment; and publicly funded maternal- and child-health clinics. The hematologic data collected since 1975 from the states participating in PNSS have demonstrated a steady decline in the prevalence of childhood anemia (1,2). The number of states participating in the surveillance system has increased from five in 1974 to 34 in 1986. Since this changing composition could have influenced the observed anemia trend, data from six states (Arizona, Louisiana, Kentucky, Montana, Oregon, and Tennessee) that have consistently participated in the PNSS since 1975 were analyzed. In these analyses, the following age-specific hemoglobin (Hgb) and hematocrit (Hct) levels were used as cutpoints to define anemia: age 6-23 months, Hgb less than 10.3 gm/dl or Hct less than 31%; age 24-59 months, Hgb less than 10.6 gm/dl or Hct less than 32%; age 60-83 months, Hgb less than 11.0 gm/dl or Hct less than 33%. These cutpoints, which are 0.6 gm/dl Hgb or 2% Hct lower than the commonly used clinical criteria (3), were chosen to avoid inclusion of children with borderline anemia.

2. Family And Consumer Sciences Programs
tennessee nutrition and Consumer Education Program (TNCEP) nutrition Education forFood Stamp Eligible Families Includes Food Security, Food health.
Food and Nutrition Health and Safety Vision and Mission Faculty and Staff ...

Contact us: Dr. Shirley Hastings Associate Dean and Professor Family and Consumer Sciences 123 Morgan Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996
Consumer Resource Management
Nutrition and Food Safety


Safety and Environment
Consumer Resource Management Attaining Affordable Housing
Consumer Education for Affordable and Safe Housing
Includes: Home Buyer and Home Owner Education Improving Consumer Choices Consumer Education in Effective Decision Making Includes: Food, Housing, Clothing and Consumer Goods Preparing for the World of Work Education for Career Selection and Employment Includes: Career Selection, Workforce Preparation and Assessment, Job Search and From Welfare to Work

3. Tennessee Health And Human Services
health. Safe and DrugFree Schools and Communities Program. School nutrition. Solid Waste Management. Special Education programs tennessee Occupational Safety and health

education, physical education/wellness, nutrition education, and Guidelines forMedications and health Care Procedures in tennessee Schools and
Office of School Health Programs
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Coordinated School Health Programs
In Tennessee
School Leadership Action Items
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School Leadership Action Items Regarding
Coordinated School Health Programs
  • Advocate the importance of student health and wellness within the community and school system Promote with school board, staff, and community the importance of ensuring the health and well-being of students as a key to improved student achievement Acquire, summarize and publicize the current status of important community-wide indicators of student health and wellness
  • Include performance indicators related to Coordinated School Health Programs in the contracts, evaluations and job descriptions for principals and other school administrators
  • Support appropriate time, resources and follow-up for staff development related to meeting the needs of students and staff through the Coordinated School Health Program model
  • Develop job descriptions and outline major responsibilities for school nurses, health educators, school psychologists, school counselors, physical education and wellness teachers, school social workers, school resource or safety officers, and school nutrition staff.

5. Public Health Nutrition At The University Of Tennessee
degree in Public health nutrition from the University of tennessee can lead to excellent career and Association of Graduate programs in Public health nutrition, Inc. and builds upon

6. Universal Care Of Tennessee- Company Information
Members can find out about local and national health resources and sign up for UniversalCare programs. nutrition Education Telephone Counseling Line nutrition
Universal Care is proactive in identifying the needs of our members and believes in offering education programs that are practical, accessible, and user-friendly. Listed below are just some of the many services offered to our members as part of their healthcare coverage.
Telephone Access Line
1-800-635-6668 ext. 5055

Universal Care members can request health information on a wide variety of health topics such as asthma, diabetes, weight control, and family health at no cost. Members can find out about local and national health resources and sign up for Universal Care programs.
Nutrition Education Telephone Counseling Line
Nutrition education and information is provided by a Registered Dietitian over the telephone at no cost. Members are provided with referrals to local nutrition programs and classes and national nutrition resources. With a written referral from their primary care provider, members may receive a personal nutrition assessment and diet plan.
Smoking Cessation Telephone Counseling
An individualized phone-based program to help Universal Care members stop smoking is available at not cost. Participants can receive discount or no cost Nicotine Replacement Therapy when they enroll in the counseling program. All members may receive telephone counseling from the California Smokers’ Helpline, a Health Education contact to help members through the system, and written materials on how to quit smoking.

7. 1Up Health > Health Links Directory > Nursing: Education: North America: United
Home health. Medicine. Mental health. Nursing. nutrition. Occupational health and Safety to BSN track programs. Jackson, tennessee. University of tennessee health Science Center
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Christian liberal arts college offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Includes catalog and list of courses. Southern Adventist University School of Nursing. Offers a two-step articulated nursing program in which the A.S. degree is received after two years and the B.S. in two additional years. Collegedale, Tennessee. Union University School of Nursing. Offers BSN and RN to BSN track programs. Jackson, Tennessee. University of Tennessee Health Science Center Offers three degree programs: MSN, DNSc, and PhD. The MSN and DNSc programs are conducted primarily online, while the PhD program is a web-enhanced program. Memphis, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

8. Family And Consumer Science Programs
tennessee nutrition Education Program TNCEP TNCEP coalition meets monthly to discussstrategies in providing nutrition and life U. T. health programs Web Site.
Family and Consumer Science Programs
Family and Consumer Science programing consist of the Family and Community Education Clubs of Polk County, Tennessee Nutrition Consumer Education Program, and other nutrition and family programing. FCE Clubs TNCEP

Family and Community Education Clubs (FCE):
Family and Community Education clubs, (FCE) is organized under the direction of the University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service. FCE is dedicated to the purpose of helping persons become better homemakers. Home Economics activities are carried out through monthly meeting, mass media and individual contacts. All club activities and events are open to every person regardless of race, color, national origin, sex or disability. The focus of Home Economics has been developed around five areas of national concern: Family, Environment, Global, Special Projects, and Young Homemakers.
Area Clubs: Bethlehem: Meets on the 3rd Wednesday at 1:00 P.M. Busy Bees: Meets on the 2nd Tuesday at 11:00 A.M. Red Hills: Meets on the 4th Friday at 1:00 P.M.

9. AED: Health Programs
to Prevent AIDS Jania Matthews from Nashville, tennessee gets the Vice President andCoDirector Global health, Population, and nutrition Group jlesar

New Health Publications and Studies
People are healthy when they have access to care and prevention. Access means information, but it also means systems, resources and support.
The areas we work in include: Our efforts in the United States cover: In developing countries, AED has focused on: In these programs, we use: in order to understand people's health behaviors and what will lead them to adopt more positive behaviors, such as breastfeeding and condom use. A Personal View: A Young Woman's Campaign to Prevent AIDS Jania Matthews from Nashville, Tennessee gets the word out about AIDS.

10. Exemplary State Programs | Healthy Youth
who can provide potentially lifesaving HIV prevention education to tennessee’syoung people. PUBLIC health PROBLEM Together, poor nutrition and lack
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Implementing a Coordinated School Health Program: One Local School’s Success
Public Health Problem
Florida schools serve 2.7 million students, approximately 20% of whom live in poverty. In 1999, 81% of Florida’s youth (aged 10–24 years) did not attend daily physical education classes, 78% did not participate in any moderate physical activity, 74% did not eat the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables per day, and about half (48%) consumed alcohol during the month preceding survey or had engaged in sexual intercourse (50%). Evidence That Prevention Works
Health education in schools can reduce the prevalence of health risk behaviors among young people. For example, health education resulted in a 37% reduction in the onset of smoking among 7th graders. In addition, obese girls in the 6th and 8th grades lost weight through a program at school, and students who attended a school-based life-skills training program were less likely than other students to smoke or use alcohol or marijuana.

11. Tennessee School Health Coalition
Integration of nutritious, affordable, and appealing meals; nutrition education;and (1998) health Is Academic A Guide to Coordinated School health programs.

12. UTC Department Of Human Ecology: Academic Programs
Ecology 4204 The University of tennessee at Chattanooga 615 Positions in health Carehealth care facilities are with knowledge of foods and nutrition to work
The Department of Human Ecology
Academic Programs
Child and Family Studies
The Child and Family Studies concentration in Human Ecology focuses on the development of individuals, children, and a diverse group of family structures. Students interested in this concentration may pursue one of the following options:
Early Childhood Education: PreK-Grade 4 Teaching Certification
Child and Family Services
Early Childhood Education: PreK through Grade Four
The Early Childhood Education program prepares teachers for pre kindergarten through grade four (preK-4) teaching certification. The program produces reflective practitioners who possess effective teaching skills, proficiency in program management and a strong commitment to children and families.
A unique part of this program is the Professional Development School (PDS) I and II.
PDS I provides students an opportunity to observe in classrooms and special programs in an entire school, not just one classroom. For Further Information Contac t:

13. ERS/USDA Briefing Room - Food And Nutrition Assistance Programs - Funding Opport
will use data from the Third National health and nutrition Examination Survey FoodChoices of LowIncome Children Betsy Haughton University of tennessee.
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Eating Patterns, Food Choices, and Health Outcomes The Associations Among Food Assistance Program Participation, Food Security, and Child and Maternal Health Disparities
John Cook
Boston Medical Center Corp. Boston, MA Young children presenting for medical care at inner-city hospital emergency rooms and acute-care clinics comprise a "sentinel" population in the epidemiological and public health sense. These children can provide early information on impacts of recent changes made in the Food Stamp Program (FSP), Aid to Families with Dependent Children/Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and other social welfare policies and programs that affect low-income families and young children. This study will use existing data from a multisite, multiyear clinical pediatric research project. Multivariate logistic regression models will be estimated to examine the associations among food assistance program participation, food security and health outcomes in children three years or younger.
Cooperative Research Agreement: $108,981

14. Involvement With Other AES Programs
and Plant Pathology Provide leadership for tennessee's participation in in developingcurriculum for clothing, food-nutrition and health participants in
E. Involvement With Other Agricultural Extension Service Programs 1. Agricultural Economics - Provide leadership for the awards and recognition program for the economics project. Gave guidance to Extension agricultural economics and resource development specialist in providing cooperative educational experiences for 4-H members through the Environmental Stewardship (formerly known as 4-H Community Pride) program. Provided leadership for Tennessee's participation in the National 4-H Commodity Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, until its discontinuance in 1988. Served as state advisor for 1987 delegation. 2. Animal Science 3. Biosystems Engineering and Environmental Science 4. Entomology and Plant Pathology - Provide leadership for Tennessee's participation in the American Beekeeping Federation 4-H Essay Contest. Provide leadership for the awards and recognition program for the entomology project. 5. Family and Consumer Sciences

15. Current Graduate Programs
MS in Nursing, University of Texas health Sciences Center nutrition and Food Systems,Ph.D. University of Philosophy, Ph.D. University of tennessee Knoxville.
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Program Degree Institution Actuarial Science Master of Actuarial Science Georgia State University Adult Education Ph.D. University of Georgia Aerospace Engineering M.S. Auburn University Agricultural Law Master of Laws University of Arkansas - Fayetteville Anthropology Ph.D. University of Tennessee - Knoxville Anthropology (Nautical Archaeology) M.A. Anthropology (Zooarchaeology) M.A. University of Tennessee - Knoxville Applied Sociology (Domestic Violence) M.A. University of Central Florida Art Ph.D. University of Georgia Art Education Ph.D. Florida State University Art Education Ph.D. University of North Texas Art History (Egyptian Art and Archaeology) M.A. University of Memphis Art Therapy M.A. University of Louisville Art Therapy M.S. Florida State University Audiology Au.D. University of South Florida Audiology Au.D. University of Florida Aviation Administration M.S.

16. Current Graduate Programs By Institution
MS in Nursing, Nursing (Advanced Psychiatric/Mental health). of Southern Mississippi,Ph.D. nutrition and Food University of tennessee Knoxville, MA, Anthropology
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Institution Degree Program Auburn University M.S. Aerospace Engineering East Tennessee State University M.A. Reading (Storytelling) Florida Atlantic University M.F.A. Computer Arts Florida Atlantic University M.S. Ocean Engineering Florida Atlantic University Master of Engineering Ocean Engineering Florida Atlantic University Ph.D. Ocean Engineering Florida International University Master of Science Forensic Sciences Florida State University Doctor of Education Visual Disabilities Florida State University M.A. History (Historical Administration and Public History) Florida State University M.A. Visual Disabilities Florida State University M.F.A. Dance Florida State University M.F.A. Motion Picture, Television, and Recording Arts Florida State University M.S. Art Therapy Florida State University M.S. Interactive and New Communications Technology Florida State University M.S. International Affairs Florida State University M.S. Meteorology Florida State University M.S.

17. Nutrition Graduate Programs In Midsouth U.S.A.
Phone 1314-454-8416 Degrees Offered MSc.- Allied health Food and NutritionManagement Education. Middle tennessee State University College of Graduate
Graduate Schools in Midsouth United States
Sponsoring Institutions:
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General Listings:
Auburn University
Department of Nutrition and Food Science
Nutrition and Food Science
328 Spidle Hall
Auburn , AL 36849-5605 U.S.A.
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The Department of Nutrition and Food Science offers graduate study leading to a M.S. and a Ph.D. degree in Nutrition and Food Science with an emphasis in Food Science, Nutrition, and Hotel and Restaurant Management.
Degrees Offered: M.S.- Nutrition and Food Science; Ph.D.- Nutrition and Food Science Click here for details on how the Access Group can help you finance this program -> East Tennessee State University Clinical Nutrition P.O. Box 70720 Johnson City, TN 37614-0720 U.S.A. Click to send E-mail to: Phone: The Department of Applied Human Sciences offers a dietetic internship program with a master of science degree in clinical nutrition which provides an in-depth study of clinical nutrition including over 1000 hours of supervised practice. The M.S. degree can also be pursued without the dietetic internship program. Accredited by the CADE of the ADA.

18. Public Health Graduate Programs In Southeastern U.S.A.
East tennessee State University Department of Public and Management, InternationalHealth; MSPH Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and nutrition in conjunction
Graduate Schools in the Southeastern United States
Sponsoring Institutions:
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Armstrong Atlantic State University
Department of Health Science
Public Health
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419 U.S.A.
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Provide mastery of the appropriate theory, content of knowledge, and skills in areas of public/community health specific to student's interest. The student will have the ability to plan, implement, and evaluate specific programs which influence behavioral change conducive to good health.
Degrees Offered:
M.P.H. Barry University Schools of Graduate Medical Sciences and Natural and Health Sciences Public Health 11300 NE Second Avenue Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695 USA Click to send E-mail to: Phone: 1-800-695-2279 or 1-305-899-3100 Fax: Degrees Offered: M.P.H. - Master of Public Health East Carolina University Public Health Greenville, NC 27858-4353 U.S.A.

19. Middle Tennessee Tourism Council
Services include health education and screenings, risk assessments,nutrition and geriatric counseling and general wellness programs.
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This service helps consumers get access to needed services, and provides them and their families and caregivers with referral to programs. The AAAD helps produce a Directory of Services for Senior Citizens and provides regional information and assistance through the Senior Solutions program. For immediate assistance, Call Senior Solutions at 615-255-1010 or Toll Free from outside the Metro Calling Area 1-877-973-6467 (Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, Stewart, Trousdale Counties) , or click here to contact us. Chore Services: This program provides assistance to persons having difficulty with some instrumental activities of daily living such as heavy housework or yard work. Limited funding is available. This program is designed for one-time assistance, not for ongoing needs.

20. Health: Physical Activity And Nutrition
corporation known as the tennessee Alliance for The program must include healtheducation, physical education and physical activity, nutrition services and
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Updated February 2003 Physical inactivity and unhealthy eating are behaviors that have an impact on health. Together, they are responsible for at least 300,000 preventable deaths each year. Regular physical activity provides short-term benefits, such as reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, and reduces long-term risks for disability and premature death. Despite the proven benefits of being physically active, more than 60 percent of American adults do not engage in levels of physical activity necessary to provide health benefits ( see postcard ). Good nutrition lowers a person's risk for many chronic diseases. However, a considerable gap remains between recommended dietary patterns and what Americans actually eat. Only about one-fourth of U.S. adults eat the recommended five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day. (" Physical Activity and Good Nutrition: Essential Elements to Prevent Chronic Diseases and Obesity Publications and Resources Healthy People 2010 Objectives Laws and Resolutions By State ... Healthy People 2010 Nutrition Objectives
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