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Addressing Obesity and Other Weight-Related Problems In Youth
An editorial stressing the importance of effective intervention efforts in working toward the prevention and treatment of obesity in children and adolescents. Source: Neuwmark-Sztainer, Story, Kaphingst and French. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2005;159:290-291.


Adolescent Confidentiality
The primary care provider (PCP) who works with adolescents is in an excellent position to determine which adolescents are engaging in risk-taking behavior. The provider may be the first to recognize an adolescent with a substance abuse problem, an eating disorder, or one who is engaging in risky...
Target Audience
Educators, nurses, families. Audio tapes and manuals disseminated nationally to multiple disciplines through Continuing Education, School of Nursing, University of Washington.


Adolescent Health Transition Project
Purpose: To provide information for teens, parents, and providers about health transition for children and adolescents with special health care needs. Content: Includes specific health care transition information for teens, for parents, and for providers. Includes a Transition Timeline and...
Target Audience
Teens with special health care needs, families with children and adolescents with special health care needs, providers of health care and others as school transition personnel


Adolescent Health: A Community Perspective
This course (12 contact hours) is developed by the Rocky Mountain Public Health Education Consortium (RMPHEC). About This Course • This course provides a broad overview of adolescent health and draws upon the work of numerous organizations. Many resources have been used, especially, those...


Annual national/regional CE workshops with distance learning - Bright Futures Initiatives
To develop cross-disciplinary education resources for MCH and other health care professionals featuring Bright Futures educational materials in a yearly two-hour distance learning workshop.
Target Audience
Physicians, dietitians/nutritionists, nurses, social workers and other professionals or educators who are involved in the care of children (public and private)

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