Planning for the 2013 BEAT Institute Think Tank is currently underway. We will not be holding the week long institute this summer, however, you may click on some of the presentations below from previous institutes to learn more about the individual topics. Also, you can look at some of the BEAT alumni work.
Nutrition and Built Environment Overview (Glanz)
NEMS: Nutrition Environment Measures Survey (Glanz)
Home Nutrition Environments (Ward)
School Nutrition Environments (Henderson)
Measuring the Food Environment in Minority Communities (Gittlesohn)
Self-Report Measures (Glanz)
Physical Activity and Built Environment Overview (Sallis)
Overview of Park Audit Tools (Saelens)
Observation of Parks and Playgrounds: SOPARC and SOPLAY (McKenzie)
Environmental Audits (Day)
Self-Report Measures (Sallis)
There is no week long institute being held this year.
Schedule: When a future institute is organized, a draft schedule will be posted.
Travel: When a future institute is organized, travel information will be posted.
Application: When a future institute is organized, the application will be posted.
We have compiled a document of some of our alumni work. Click here to view some BEAT alumni work.
Stephanie Calloway and Tatiana Maida, 2009 ALof CORE/El Centro in Milwaukee, WI trained some promotoras to collect NEMS-S data. Learn about their project and results in this webinar. If you would like to contact them to learn more, email Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to view just the slides, click here.
Rebecca Krukowski, PhD and Jen Otten (Jan 2012)
Description: Please join us in a webinar to learn about the use and scoring of the Children's Menu Assessment (CMA) tool and how the tool is being used to track the impacts of toy giveaway legislation in California. Click here for CMA tool. Click here for scoring.
Background: The Children's Menu Assessment tool was adapted from the NEMS-R, to focus attention on restaurant children's menus. This tutorial will provide training on the use of the tool, how to score it and an example of how it is being used in the field to track the impacts of California's toy giveaway legislation - legislation prohibiting restaurants from distributing toy giveaways with meals, foods, and beverages not meeting minimal nutrition criteria.