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December 1 2019

CHOICES Study Assesses the Cost-Effectiveness of Water Promotion Strategies in Schools

A new study from CHOICES found that installing chilled water dispensers on school lunch lines could be a relatively low-cost strategy to help children drink more water and prevent future cases of chil...

November 1 2019

CHOICES is Hiring!

Are you interested in supporting our work by becoming a part of our team? The Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HPRC) is h...

October 1 2019

CHOICES Research to Be Discussed at the 13th Annual Southern Obesity Summit

At the 13th Annual Southern Obesity Summit in Oklahoma City, OK, Dr. Angie Cradock will discuss CHOICES research. CHOICES research and work through the CHOICES Learning Collaborative Partnership will ...

August 13 2019

CHOICES Study Analyzes and Gathers Stakeholder Input on Two Obesity Prevention Policies in Maine

A new paper from CHOICES, “Cost-Effectiveness Analysis and Stakeholder Evaluation of 2 Obesity Prevention Policies in Maine, US” was released today in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavi...

August 1 2019

New Opportunity to Partner with the CHOICES Project in 2019

THE CHOICES 2019 LEARNING COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY IS NOW CLOSED. The Childhood Obesity Intervention Cost-Effectiveness Study (CHOICES) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is...

July 1 2019

Examining the cost-effectiveness of Active PE in Hawaii

Through the CHOICES Learning Collaborative Partnership, partners in Hawaii worked with the CHOICES team to model statewide implementation of the Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE) “Active PE...

June 25 2019

CHOICES Research to Be Discussed at the 2019 NACCHO Annual Conference

At the upcoming National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) 2019 Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, CHOICES team members Katie Giles and Jenny Reiner will host a session that will...

June 3 2019

CHOICES Presents Panel on Sugary Drink Taxes

In May, the CHOICES Project presented a panel on sugary drink taxes at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Sugary drinks – carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, fruit drinks, energy ...

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