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Links to Policy Briefs documentPolicy Briefs Exit Disclaimer developed by participants of the Emerging Leaders in MCH Nutrition Training Institute.

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Links to a video about the Making Lifelong Connections meeting of 2015Current and former trainees from Maternal and Child Health Bureau funded training programs met on April 23-24, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas on for the fifth annual Making Lifelong Connections meeting.
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Photo of Lisa Mays with two other traineesThree LEND trainees received honors at the 2015 Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Meeting in Louisville, Ky. These audiology graduate students, all of whom are completing their fourth year externships at Boston Children's Hospital, won the Outstanding Poster Award for Overall Impact. Read more... Exit Disclaimer


Photo of Lisa Mays with two other traineesMailman Center LEND Trainee Nominated Student Social Work of the Year (FL LEND) Mailman Center LEND trainee, Rocio de la Grana, received the 2015 Student of the Year Award from the National Association of Social Work (NASW) - Florida Miami Dade Chapter. Ms. de la Grana joined the Mailman Center as a LEND trainee and a social work intern in the Division of Pediatric Immunology and Infectious Diseases, in the Spring semester of 2015. Read more... Exit Disclaimer


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Lisa Mays - University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Lisa Mays is an aspiring registered dietitian who has a passion for policy and the ways which legislation affects nutrition and health. This year, she was a key member of the planning team for the Minnesota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (MAND) Day at the Capitol.


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Jason Champagne - University of Minnesota School of Public Health
SPH student Jason Champagne harnesses the healing power of food.


front cover of a magazine called The Digest with a story inside titled "The Phillips Neighborhood Clinic: Addressing Health Disparities in Central Minneapolis" links to article

The Phillips Neighborhood Clinic: Addressing Health Disparities in Central Minneapolis
Julie Arndt, Carrie Dent, Mikaela Robertson are graduate students in the Coordinated Masters Program in Public Health Nutrition, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.


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Policy Briefs developed by developed
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in MCH Nutrition Training Institute

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