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Working with communities
from within to prevent
and reduce chronic disease.
A proud member of the National PRC Network, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Upcoming Events
PRCHN Seminar May 14:
Darcy Freedman, PhD

 PRCHN Seminar June 11:
"Wearable computing and sensor technology: What's all the fuss?"
Amy Sheon, PhD 

 PRCHN Seminar July 9: "How prepared are Ohio medical residents to address obestiy, nutrition and physical activity counseling with patients?"
Sue Flocke, PhD 

 PRCHN Seminar Sept. 10:
"Social Network analysis and community health"
Kimberly Bess, PhD 

  PRCHN Seminar Oct. 8:
"FreshLink--a 5-year retrospective" 
FreshLink Team

 PRCHN Seminar Nov.12:
"An Epilepsy Network Project"
Martha Sajatovic, MD 

PRC Broadcast

Register now for Evidence-Based Course!
The Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods at Case Western Reserve University is excited to announce a summer training opportunity for local health department leadership staff. 
Come see what the PRCHN has to offer at Research ShowCASE!
The PRCHN has nine (!) posters at this year's Research ShowCASE on Friday at the Veale Center. 
National Public Health Week
Join APHA in celebrating National Public Health Week!     
Journal of Cancer Education picks up Freedman commentary
Look for new PRCHN/Epi-Bio Dept. Faculty Darcy Freedman's work to be included in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Cancer Education. 
PRCHN part of state collaborative to reduce chronic disease
Healthy Ohio is a "cross-cutting" plan to stem the tide of chronic disease in Ohio. The PRCHN contributed to the plan, as well as other CWRU faculty. 
Nutrition Navigators complete training
The PRCHN's project Healthy Village, Healthy Child, just graduated it's first Nutrition Navigators! 
Listen while you work to improve health in our communities
Tune into podcasts from The Nation's Health (the journal of the American Public Health Association) on the Leading Health Indicators in the U.S. and how you can use them to improve health in our communities.   
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