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Public Health Nutrition - Online Certificate Training
Develop competency and earn CPEUs online with this brand-new program concerning the emerging and exciting area of public health nutrition. This program has been developed by the Academy’s Center for Lifelong Learning and planned with the Association of State Public Health Nutritionists (ASPHN) and the Committee for Public Health/Community Nutrition (CPHCN) and the Public Health and Community Nutrition Practice Group (PHCNPG). View a list of all the Certificate of Training programs. Go directly to Module 1 of the Public Health Nutrition Certificate of Training program.
 
What's New in Public Health Nutrition

Healthy Eating Research: Child-Care Brief

Healthy Eating Research: WIC Brief

The Community Guide

1305 Grantee Success Stories

CORIDOR

Voices for Healthy Kids Toolkit

Healthy People 2020 Midcourse Review

CDC Reports Improvement in Childhood Obesity

ECE State Indicator Report

 
In Case You Missed It..... More News from ASPHN

ASPHN July 2017 Newsletter

ASPHN June 2017 Newsletter

ASPHN 2016 Newsletters

ASPHN New Member Orientation Call Aug. 30, 2016

ASPHN 2014 – 2015 Annual Report

ASPHN 2014 Newsletters

 
ASPHN Online Membership Application

Our new online membership application is now available.  Simply fill in your information and follow the payment instructions to join ASPHN today!  

 
2016 Pediatric Obesity Mini CoIIN

Monthly CoIIN webinars are archived and available here

 
News from ASPHN

Thanks to our generous donors, $1525 in donations have been received by ASPHN so far this year!  We are pleased to announce that $1000 of those donations were made in memory of Lynda Alfred, a long-time ASPHN consultant who passed away in March 2016 following a short battle with multiple myeloma.  Many thanks to: Becky Adams, Cyndi Atterbury, Carolyn Donohoe Mather, Carol Friesen, Suzanne Haydu, Amy Koren-Roth, Donna McDuffie, Karen Probert, Marsha Spence, Robin Stanton, Takako Tagami and Ann Weidenbenner (and others who donated anonymously) for your generous support of ASPHN!
 
Nutrition and Title V: Newly updated and formatted in February 2016, this ASPHN resource has nutrition-related, evidence-based strategy measures for every National Performance Measure in Title V.  
 
We've added 2 new stories to our bank of stories highlighting our members' great work.  Check out Missouri's Culinary Skills Institute and Texas' Farm-to-Work Program.

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ASPHN Board of Directors
Meeting Summaries

The ASPHN Board of Directors met on July 14, 2017. The Board:

Welcomed new Expanded members Adrian Allen (NY), Tiare Sanna (OR), and Sara Talbott (KY) and new Associate members Megan Radamaker (MN) and Emily Wojtowicz (AZ); 

Approved new Bylaws that 1) clarify the Epxanded Member definition to include SNAP-Ed staff with state-level public health nutrition responsibilities; 2) give full Council status to the Obesity Prevention Nutrition Council; and 3) change the name and open membership to all interested members of the National Fruit & Vegetable Nutrition Council.

The 2017-18 ASPHN Board of Directors will include: Takako Tagami (MO), Robin Stanton (OR), Becky Adams (AR), Christina Thi (TX), Donna McDuffie (MN), Terrell Brock (WI), Jennifer Young (OR), Tiffani Grant (MS), Jennifer Dellaport (CO), Pat Simmons (MO), Ashley Davis (OH), Lisa Gemlo (MN), Leslie Lewis (LA), Mikaela Schlosser (ND), and Helen Brown (ID).

Click on Full Story to view the June 2017 Board meeting minutes. FULL STORY

 
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