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Childhood Overweight and Obesity: Updated Data for Rhode Island - Shared screen with speaker view
Guillaume (he/him/his)
25:03
Guillaume Bagal BCBSRI
Stephanie Geller
25:11
Stephanie Geller, RI KIDS COUNT
Mel Coon
25:15
Mel Coon BCBSRI
Margaret Read
25:15
Margaret Read, Share Our Strength No Kid Hungry
Solight Sou
25:42
Solight Sou, PPSD
Cole Robinson
25:48
Jessica Patrolia, RI Department of Education
Erin Bertoldi
25:52
Erin Bertoldi, WIC Program, Rhode Island Department of Health
jeanettenessett
25:55
Jeanette Nessett, Newport Hospital
Jessy Donaldson
26:02
Jessy Donaldson, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
Kelly Swanson
26:03
Kelly Swanson, RI Healthy Schools Coalition
kathrynroy
28:03
Kathryn Roy, WIC Program, RI Department of Health
Katie Orona (RI KIDS COUNT)
29:57
Thank you everyone for being here! Here is a link to the policy brief http://rikidscount.org/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/Special%20Publications/5.20%20-%20Obesity.pdf?ver=2020-05-18-224533-417
katy chu
31:21
Here is a link to our media release! https://files.constantcontact.com/07145f88001/fcb6bb76-7958-4fed-b1b8-a35d36216f21.pdf
Elizabeth Burke Bryant
01:11:22
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Alison Tovar
01:40:21
Are you aware of any efforts to evaluate COVID related emergency programs to improve food access such as P-EBT ? What is working/not working, who is getting missed?
Stephanie Geller
01:42:20
The U.S. Census is doing a pulse survey and they are providing data on food insecurity, unemployment, housing challenges, etc. during crisis.
Solight Sou
01:46:12
Thanks so much for all this information! By having access to your data, we will continue to be able to better guide our health and wellness priorities while also connecting nutrition and education for our students.