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Extractions: Patient/lay information Note: for non-American visitors, it may be helpful to know that the concept of Extension in the USA applies to educational and other outreach activities in a range of areas involving food, food safety, agriculture and other home and family activities. These have historically been carried on in colleges and universities which benefitted from a 1890 Land-Grant program, and the departments are known as Extension or Cooperative Extension universities and departments. Pick of the crop Kansas State Extension Quite a bit of Extension material, including links to other Extension resources.
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Extractions: Three certified teachers These early childhood education programs provide preliteracy educational opportunities, safe playground equipment, nutritional meals and snacks for children of low-income-qualifying and Family Literacy families. Licensed by the Missouri Department of Health. Sponsored by Kornerstone, Shell Knob School, Even Start, OACAC and generous donations of time and money from local organizations, businesses and residents of Shell Knob and surrounding towns.
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Extractions: Curtis McMillen, associate professor, has received a four-year $1.3 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to document potentially dramatic changes in mental health services for 380 Missouri youths leaving foster care over the next several years. The Missouri Division of Family Services is a partner in the research, which is being conducted through GWB's Center for Mental Health Services Research. Wendy Auslander, associate professor of social work, and Wilson Compton III, M.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the School of Medicine, are serving as investigators on the project. Assistant Professor Melissa Jonson-Reid, principal investigator, received a three-year grant for Child Neglect: Cross-sector Service Paths and Outcomes to research service paths and outcomes for neglected children and their families. This grant was one of 15 awarded nationwide as a trans-National Institutes of Health interdepartmental effort to encourage research on the etiology, extent, services, treatment, management, and prevention of child neglect. The grant team includes co-investigator Brett Drake, associate professor; investigator Shirley Porterfield, assistant professor; investigator James Herbert Williams, associate professor and assistant dean for academic affairs; a multidisciplinary team of consultants, including nationally known experts on service paths, as well as local agency representatives from the
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Extractions: and Physical Activity We will continue to add links with resources that will help people support healthy eating and physical activity. Check back often for new links. Click on topics below to find links to websites with useful resources. Family Nutrition Program ( www.humec.ksu.edu/fnp The Family Nutrition Program (FNP) is designed to help improve the nutritional status of more than 100,000 Kansans of all ages who receive food stamps, as well as others who are eligible to receive them. Groups targeted include youth (preschool through grade 12), families with young children, pregnant or nursing teens, and seniors.
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Extractions: Students are presented with theoretical content regarding the principles of chronic adult medical-surgical nursing, integrating concepts from nutrition, pharmacology, human growth and development, sociology, psychology and humanities. This knowledge is used in concurrent clinical application of the nursing process to provide care to individuals with chronic long-term health problems. Concepts of health promotion, maintenance and restoration are presented using the Developmental Model. Six (6) credit hours.
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Extractions: Obesity Leadership: Healthy Weight for Kids ADA/ADAF Activities are focused around four areas identified by the ADAF Expert Panel: Family Focus, Community, Professional Development and National Planning. The activities summarized here are a combination of ADA and ADAF initiatives and address the need to achieve a balance between nutrition and physical activity as a key concept. Family Nutrition and Physical Activity Screening Tool Funding has been provided for the first phase from the Ann Hertzler Fund. The planning group had three teleconferences and a meeting to begin identifying concepts for the tool. A summary of their discussion was published in the May 2002 Journal of the American Dietetic Association. An application for federal funding (MCHB) of the questionnaire developmental portion was re-submitted in March 2003. Funding has been received to proceed with the systematic review of literature and to write a paper for publication. Activate Partnership We are involved with providing sources of information for the non-commercial Web site being developed for "tweens" by Activate (a partnership between several organizations including IFIC and ADA). The Web site prototype was created and tested by tweens. The Web site, Kidnetic.com, was launched in June 2002 and received more than 300,000 hits in the first two months.