Mick S Picks - Nutrition It provides numerous web site links to all aspects of healthy life choices. Universityof missouri family nutrition Education programs (FNEP) http//outreach http://calcium.tamu.edu/Mickey/Nutrition.html
Greater Missouri Chapter: Mission At Work health care to medically under served families. New Program; Springfield, MissouriA nurse and support groups, exercise programs, nutritional counseling and http://www.marchofdimes.com/missouri/6509_8374.asp
Extractions: The program received $5,164 in 1998 for a Smoking Cessation Program and $2,000 in 2001 for Folic Acid Education. See attached progress reports. The project consists of various ideas on how to enhance pre-pregnancy and prenatal high-risk counseling/assessment, case management, and health education for all pregnant women in Butler County. The goal is to provide prenatal services to all eligible women in the community and provide adequate and appropriate information for their pregnancy to increase healthy birth outcomes. They will use media, coupons, classes and incentives to encourage and increase awareness and participation in prenatal programs. This is a collaborative project between the St. Louis City Department of Health, the St. Louis City Municipal Courts, and Washington University Medical School-Dept. of Psychiatry. The program proposes to reach both women of childbearing age and pregnant women who are or have been involved with the corrections system. The project will provide education and intervention services related to the use of tobacco, alcohol or other drugs, folic acid education, and risk assessment and referral for ongoing primary health care.
U.S. Departments Of Human Nutrition Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi missouri Montana Nebraska University,School of family,Consumer and The Chicago Medical School, Dept of nutrition. http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/pr_nuex/fndepts.htm
Extractions: College/University Programs This page will link you with homepages of other Human Nutrition departments which grant graduate degrees across the nation. It was developed by Dr. Katharine K. Grunewald Department of Human Nutrition at Kansas State University If you are looking for a department in a particular state, just click on the state title in the following list. If your department is not listed, or if you have comments/suggestions please send them to email@example.com Alabama
Extractions: Highlights... Conflict of Interest Workgroup site now online. Contact Us! Questions, comments and updates to Rhonda Turner KnowNet Construction Exec Summary First Year Requests Appendix A Appendix B ... Appendix H The mission of University Outreach and Extension, in partnership with the UM campuses, Lincoln University, the people of Missouri through county extension councils, and the Cooperative Research, Education, and Extension Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, is to serve Missouri by extending the research-based knowledge and problem-solving resources of the University of Missouri and Lincoln University to focus on high priority needs of people throughout the state. This effort is integral to the land-grant university mission. Outreach Development Fund (Amount requested for this area of enhancement - $3.1 million
Extractions: Arizona Health Sciences Library Nutrition Guide Center for Disease ControlWWWONDER CDCWonder provides a single point of access to a variety of CDC reports, guidelines, and public health data. Gives scientific background on current health and food safety issues in the news. Children's Nutrition Research Center Baylor's College of Medicine USDA's Children's Nutrition Research Center site includes a quarterly newsletter with research updates, Nutrition and Your Child; a listing of current research projects, topical news releases, etc. Consumer Information Center Online A government site that contains all the publications listed in the Consumer Information Catalog. including publications on food, nutrition, food safety, health and financial planning. Convenient for previewing publications before ordering.
Helpful Web Sites consist of six family Care sites in St These centers provide NUTRITIONAL TRAINING;A WOMEN, INFANTS and many other programs http//stlouis.missouri.org/resources http://stlcin.missouri.org/helpful/help2.cfm?CatNum=13
AHIRC Resource Listings include pediatrics, internal medicine, OB/GYN, family planning, WIC health counseling,HIV/AIDS testing, nutrition, home visits missouri Community health Centers. http://www.actorsfund.org/ahirc/cat_list.cfm?cat=31&st=MO
ACF - Programs programs (US Department of Agriculture) Child nutrition programs; to help statesmove families to self 7 KANSAS CITY Iowa, Kansas, missouri, and Nebraska http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs.html
Extractions: Are you looking for information on how to get assistance for yourself, your family, or a friend? If so, you may find our Contacts page helpful in finding assistance near you. Are you looking for general information about Federal programs serving children and families? On this page you will find links to information on the programs overseen by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). ACF oversees about 60 programs that provide funds to state, local, and tribal organizations, both public and private. ACF also has several partnership projects, Federal Committees, and clearinghouses that provide the public with a variety of resources. This page links to programs, regional offices , clearinghouses, committees, and special projects.
State LIHEAP Grantee Contact List Human Services Department Food nutrition Services Bureau Deputy Director Divisionof family Services Department PO Box 88 Jefferson City, missouri 65103 TEL http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/liheap/states.htm
Extractions: Division of Energy Assistance/OCS/ACF NOTE : To inquire about LIHEAP assistance, the general public should use the public inquiry telephone number if available for their State. That number may provide the public with information about the State's program much quicker than the LIHEAP agency number. Further information about a State's LIHEAP program can be obtained from State LIHEAP web sites where available. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Wyoming REGION 1 Ms. Carlene Taylor Program Supervisor Energy Services Unit Dept. of Social Services 25 Sigourney Street, 10th Floor Hartford, Connecticut 06106 TEL: (860) 424-5889 FAX: (860) 424-4952 E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB SITE: www.dss.state.ct.us/svcs/energy.htm PUBLIC INQUIRIES: 1-800-842-1132 Ms. Jo-Ann Choate LIHEAP Coordinator Energy and Housing Services Maine State Housing Authority 353 Water Street Augusta, Maine 04330 TEL: (207) 624-5708 FAX: (207) 624-5780 E-MAIL: email@example.com
Health And Medicine an organization designed to help families with children Farm Occupational MedicineFrom missouri Extension, full nutrition and the Elderly Resource Guide for http://www.msue.msu.edu/msue/iac/healheal.html
Extractions: Michigan Center for Rural Health Sponsored by the medical colleges at MSU, lists information about the center, what to expect, how to contact, etc. MSU Department of Pediatrics and Human Development Offers many links to full text information on childhood diseases and illnesses. Center of Excellence in Minority Medical Education and Health From MSU College of Medicine, offers information and links to sites on minority health issues. Recommended Health Spots from Healthy U From the MSU Healthy U program, links to good information on health issues. MSUE Educational Materials Health and Medicine Educational materials that can be ordered from MSU Extension Breast Feeding Initiative Information on the breast feeding initiative program in Michigan. Team Nutrition Information on the statewide Team Nutrition program sponsored by MSU Extension. Food, Nutrition and Health Program Materials Information on the food, nutrition and health program materials available from MSU Extension. Operation Risk Details of a nutrition program curriculum developed by MSU Extension. Includes a handwashing rap, etc. aimed at youth.
NCCIC. State Profiles. Missouri Department of Human Development and family Studies Rock missouri Department of Healthand Senior Services of Community Food and nutrition Assistance Child and http://www.nccic.org/statedata/statepro/missouri.html
Extractions: Demographic Information Licensing Requirements Contact Information 2000 Total Population: 2000 Number of Children aged 0-4: 2000 Number of Children aged 5-9 years old: 2000 Number of Children aged 10-14 years old: 2000 Total Number of Children under 18: Children under 5 as percent of population: Children under 18 as percent of population: Source: "Demographic Profiles: Census 2000," U.S. Census Bureau. 1999 Poverty Rate (all ages): 1999 Children Under 5 in Poverty: Source: "Table GCT-P14. Income and Poverty in 1999: 2000" and "Table P87. Poverty Status in 1999 by Age- Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined," U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Summary File 3. 2003 Percent of Children Under 6 Living with Working Parents: 2003 Percent of Children Ages 6-17 Living with Working Parents: 2003 Estimated State Median Income for 4-Person Families: Source: "Estimated State Median Income for 4-Person Families, by State, Fiscal Year 2003," U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services.
Critter Cafe - Links family nutrition Education Program. www.outreach.missouri.edu/fnep/childrensbooks.htmExtensive list of books relating to food and nutrition, with notes http://www.fitnessfever.com/CritterCafe/links.cfm
Natural Health Schools | Medical Training Directory nutrition Doctor of Philosophy in Natural health family Herbalist Certificate Masterof Science in Holistic nutrition Master of missouri College, http://www.medicaltrainingdirectory.com/medical_school_type/schooltypeid/13.htm
Extractions: Natural Health Schools Natural health is based on the idea that the body is self-healing, that it will repair itself and recover from illness if it is in a healthy environment. The emphasis for natural health is the creation and maintenance of the necessary environment, and the treatment of the whole person rather than just symptoms. Natural health schools offer courses on all aspects of health in this context, including herbal remedies, nutrition, anatomy, physiology, psychology; and holistic medicine. Specialist courses may also be available, including subjects like massage, aromatherapy and whole food preparation.
Making Sense Of The Change Increased family planning funds under this program missouri s Medicaid spending perchild is below the Child nutrition programs are almost entirely federally http://www.mokids.org/publications/budgetwatch1996.htm
Extractions: Links for Child Advocates Making Sense of the Change Missouri Children's Budget Watch Project Report Children are not sharing fully in Missouri's economic growth, according to Making Sense of the Change , a new report released by Citizens for Missouri's Children . The report documents expenditures over a six year period on children's services, including public education, health, services for abused and neglected children and nutrition. It also discusses the potential impact of the implementation of the new welfare law on children's services. The report found that: While expenditures on children's programs in Missouri have increased 17% between 1990 and 1995, they have not kept pace with the state's economy, which grew 33% in the same period. Compared to other states, Missouri spends a small amount per capita to fund children's programs. Missouri ranks 43rd on per capita spending for elementary and secondary education, and 32nd on spending for cash assistance, health care, child care and other services. Missouri relies heavily on federal funds to maintain programs for children, especially in the areas of child protection, child nutrition and health. More than one- quarter of the state's total revenue comes from Washington.
Teacher Resources nutrition Services, Healthy School Environment, Staff Wellness, family Community. Maryland.Minnesota. Michigan. missouri. Mississippi. Montana. Nebraska. Nevada. http://www.ccps.k12.fl.us/departments/instructional/coordinated school health/te
Extractions: Health Education Physical Education Health Services Counseling Services ... Textbook Publishers Physical Education PE Central The premier web site for health and physical education teachers FAHPERD Florida Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Dance and Driver Education Spinning Bees Frisbee instruction, education and entertainment Sports Illustrated for Kids Life's Playbook spotlights the wisdom, experience and achievements of the Verizon Academic All-America Hall of Fame®.
Extractions: Advanced Search AAFP Home Page State Advocacy State Health Policy Issues STATE HEALTH POLICY ISSUES Childhood Obesity and Nutrition Childhood Obesity and Nutrition Briefing Document Medical Liability October 2002 FPM Article: Understanding the Physician Liability Insurance Crisis Top 10 Myths about Medical Malpractice January 2003 FPM Article: Providing Charity Care: A Primer on Liability Risk Professional Medical Liability - AAFP Policy ... Conference Call on Tort Reform (Audio and PowerPoint) Medicaid Reform HHS Medicaid Overview HHS State Medicaid Program Information National Association of State Medicaid Directors State Children's Health Insurance Program CMS Web Site on the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) National Conference on State Legislatures' SCHIP Resource Directory Insure Kids Now campaign American Academy of Pediatrics SCHIP Information ... National Governors Association - 2001 State Tobacco Settlement Best Practice Spending Scope of Practice Issues Mid-Level Provider Issues Overview of problem According to a study published in the January 21 issue of Obesity Research, providing medical treatment to obese Americans cost $75 billion in 2003. The study, State-Level Estimates of Annual Medical Expenditures Attributable to Obesity , was sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control to estimate the state-by-state costs of obesity, separate from costs incurred from those related to overweight, which cumatively amounts to $93 billion. Several state legislators have been confronted with concrete numbers of how much obesity has affected their states in terms of health care costs, from $87 million in Wyoming to $7.7 billion in California. These numbers may be used by lawmakers to justify obesity related legislation touching on snack taxes, physical education standards and vending machine restrictions.
CYNTHIA G. JOHNSON, MSN, RN, EdD State University, Department of Nursing, Springfield, missouri. to collect data onnutrition and fitness CSU Service Learning for family health AmeriCorps Grant http://www.csudh.edu/soh/don/faculty/cjohnson.htm
Extractions: Title: Associate Professor INTRODUCTION Dr. Cynthia Johnson is an alumnus of California State University, Dominguez Hills. She completed her Masters of Science in Nursing (Nursing Administration) in 1995. Dr. Johnson is a practicing registered nurse for the past thirty-four years and received her nursing experience while living in three major cities in the United States - New York, San Diego, and Los Angeles. Her clinical background is in critical care and public health. Her recent focus has been in community organizing and quality management. TEACHING INTERESTS For the past 20 years she has been on the faculty at four colleges and universities teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She is currently teaching Home Health, Public Health, Technology for the Information Age, and Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care. At the graduate level she taught several courses in Advanced Nursing Roles. Since 1996, she has been an Internet course developer and Associate Professor in the Master of Science in Quality Assurance Degree Program at CSU Dominguez Hills. She has been teaching web-based courses for over four years.
Web Links... Just For Kids University of missouri,Columbia Extension Excellent collection of based learning programon nutrition and food as around 30 general family nutrition pamphlets. http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/cnrc/resources/university.html
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