Department of Nutrition

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

PHW2.0 Archived Webcasts

Webcasts are archived for later viewing shortly after each “LIVE” colloquium offering. To view an archived webcast, follow the directions in the “How to View.”

The description of each webcast includes links to speakers’ presentations. The descriptions also include information on acquiring Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) continuing education hours, where available.

Click HERE, and then click “March 24, 2017”, to access videos. PowerPoint presentations can be accessed by clicking each presentation title.

Targeting Childhood Obesity in Underserved Families: Interventions in Integrated Primary Care
Hollie Raynor, PhD, RD, LDN, Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Sara Propst, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Cherokee Health Systems, Seymour, TN

The Online Pantry/Garden: One Way to Fight College Student Hunger
Annie Gray, PhD, Professor, Pellissippi State Community College, Knoxville, TN

Aiding Appalachian Food Retailers in Meeting the New SNAP Stocking Standards
Elizabeth Anderson Steeves, PhD, RD, Assistant Professor, MCH Nutrition Leadership Education and Training Program Associate Director, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Marissa McElrone, BS, Community Nutrition Doctoral Student, Maternal and Child Nutrition Leadership Trainee, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Connection Between Education, Poverty, and Food Security and How it Relates to the Community Schools Model
Stephanie Welch, MS-MPH, Interim President, Great Schools Partnership, Knoxville, TN

Strategizing Implementation for a Successful Summer Meal Program
Maureen Berner, MPP, PhD, Professor of Public Administration and Government, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Chapel, Hill, NC
Jessica Soldavini, MPH, RD, LDN, Doctoral Student, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Chapel, Hill, NC

Concluding Remarks
Alexandra Alford, BS, MS-MPH Graduate Student; The University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

If you are a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), you can receive 3.5 continuing education contact hours (Program # 28470 SSP) for viewing the archived Spring 2017 webcast until March 23, 2018. To obtain the continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation below in its entirety. After completion, your certificate will be e-mailed to you within 90 days.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

If you are a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD/RDN), you can receive 4.0 CPEUs (activity type 175) for viewing the archived Spring 2017 webcast until March 23, 2018.  To obtain continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation in its entirety.  After completing the evaluation, your certificate will load automatically.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

This program provides 3.75 contact hours through The University of Tennessee, College of Nursing. The University of Tennessee College of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  To obtain the continuing education hours, you must view the webcast and complete the evaluation below in its entirety by March 23, 2018. After completion, your certificate will be e-mailed to you within 90 days.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

Click HERE, and then click “September 30, 2016”, to access videos. PowerPoint presentations can be accessed by clicking each presentation title.

Improving Health, Fitness, and Physical Activity for College Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Kelly Kraiss, JD, MA; Special Education Doctoral Candidate, UT FUTURE Program, University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

Making Room at the Table for Family as a Discipline
Tanya Baker McCue, MA, MEd; Program Operations Director, Family and Community Supports Division, University of New Mexico, The Center for Development and Disabilities, Albuquerque, NM

Obesity and Weight Management in Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Linda Bandini, PhD, RD; Clinical Professor, Boston University:  Department of Health Sciences, Boston, MA; Associate Professor, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center:  Department of Pediatrics, Waltham, MA; Graduate Faculty Member, Clinical and Population Research Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Worcester, MA

Panel Discussion
Perspectives of Parents of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

Concluding Remarks
Marissa McElrone, BS; The University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

If you are a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), you can receive 3.5 continuing education contact hours (Program #27149 SSP) for viewing the archived Fall 2016 webcast until September 30, 2017. To obtain the continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation below in its entirety. After completion, your certificate will be e-mailed to you within 90 days.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

If you are a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD/RDN), you can receive 4.0 CPEUs (activity type 175) for viewing the archived Fall 2016 webcast until September 29, 2017.  To obtain continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation in its entirety.  After completing the evaluation, your certificate will load automatically.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

This program provides 3.7 contact hours through The University of Tennessee, College of Nursing. The University of Tennessee College of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  To obtain the continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation below in its entirety. After completion, your certificate will be e-mailed to you within 90 days.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

Click HERE, and then click “April 1, 2016”, to access videos. PowerPoint presentations can be accessed by clicking each presentation title.

Farm to Early Care and Education: Promising Strategies to Support Lifelong Health and Wellness for our Littlest Eaters
Lacy Stephens, MS, RD; Farm to Early Care and Education Associate; National Farm to School Network; Bozeman, MT

Implementation of a Small-scale Farmer’s Market to Engage Parents and their Children in a Farm-to-Preschool Program
Jade Parry, BS; Master’s Candidate and Dietetic Intern; Department of Nutrition; University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

Room to Roam: The Importance of Physical Activity and Playground Settings in Early Childhood
Jennifer Flynn, PhD; Postdoctoral Fellow; Department of Exercise Science, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina; Columbia, South Carolina

Naturally Healthy: Steps for Building Healthy Minds and Bodies in an early Childhood Program
Robin Brookshire, PhD; Early Learning Center for Research and Practice Director; Department of Child and Family Studies, University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

The Influence of Snacking on Energy Intake in Young Children
Chelsi Cardoso, MS, RD, LDN; Research Associate III; Public Health Nutrition Program, Department of Nutrition, University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

If you are a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), you can receive 3.5 continuing education contact hours (Program #25384 SSP) for viewing the archived Spring 2016 webcast until April 1, 2017. To obtain the continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation below in its entirety. After completion, your certificate will be e-mailed to you within 90 days.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

If you are a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD/RDN), you can receive 3.5 CPEUs (activity type 175) for viewing the archived Spring 2016 webcast until March 31, 2017.  To obtain continuing education hours, you must complete the evaluation in its entirety.  After completing the evaluation, your certificate will load automatically.  To complete the evaluation click HERE.

Click HERE, and then click “September 25, 2015”, to access videos. PowerPoint presentations can be accessed by clicking each presentation title.

Redirecting Breastfeeding Pressure: Community and Workplace Support of Breastfeeding
Julie Hamilton, MA, CLC; Founder and Chief Executive Officer Julie Hamilton Consulting and Julie’s Village; Nashville, Tennessee

BreastFriends:  Modernizing Mother to Mother Support in Knoxville, TN (no slides)
Erika Magnuson, BA, IBCLC, RLC; Lactation Consultant in Private Practice; East Tennessee Breastfeeding Coalition; Knoxville, TN

FAR Out Milk: Flexible Adaptive Responses in Infant Biology and Milk Signaling
E. A. Quinn, PhD, MPH; Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Anthropology; Washington University in St. Louis; St. Louis, MO

Panel Discussion
Perspectives of Businesses and Community Members

Concluding Remarks
Megan Beck, BS; The University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

Continuing education credits are no longer available for the Fall 2015 Colloquium.  However, we value your input and strive to continuously improve.  If you would like to provide feedback, click HERE to complete the evaluation.

Click HERE, and then click “March 27, 2015”, to access videos. PowerPoint presentations are available by clicking each presentation title.

Baby Friendly: Policy and System Changes to Support the Breastfeeding Dyad
Khyrsta Baig, MSPH, RD, LDN, CHES; Public Health Nutritionist, Knox County Health Department, Knoxville, Tennessee

Formula Fed Infants: What Should Practitioners & Caregivers Discuss?
Katie Kavanagh, PhD, RD, Associate Professor Professor; Public Health Nutrition Program, Department of Nutrition, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville; College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences

Dietary Guidance Development Project for Children from Birth to 24 Months and Women who are Pregnant
Joanne Spahn, MS, RD, FADA, Director, Evidence Analysis Library; Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, United States Department of Agriculture, Alexandria, Virginia

Panel Discussion
Perspectives of Practitioners and Community Members

Concluding Remarks
Randa Meade, MPH, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Click HERE, and then click “September 19, 2014”, to access videos. PowerPoint presentations are available by clicking each presentation title.

The Link Between Maternal Health Behaviors and Downstream Child Health
Kristi Adamo, PhD, Researcher and Associate Professor; Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO); Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO)

Walk this Way! Physical Activity and Gestation Diabetes Mellitus
Dawn Coe, PhD, Assistant Professor; Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies; The University of Tennessee, Knoxville; College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences

Practical Applications of the Centering Pregnancy Model of Care
Charlene Ellis, BSHE, MEd, Centering Parenting Co-Facilitator; Lisa Ross Birth & Women’s Center

Panel Discussion
Parent Perspectives

Concluding Remarks
Rebecca Ellison, BS, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Please provide feedback by completing the evaluation HERE.

Spring 2014 Colloquium.  Pediatric Obesity, Maternal Obesity, and the MCH Life Course.

Click HERE to access videos.  PowerPoint handouts are available by clicking each presentation title.

A Systems Approach to Childhood Obesity
Terry Huang, PhD, MPH, CPH, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health

Maternal Obesity and Gestational Weight Gain
Anna Maria Siega-Riz, PhD, RD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Global Public Health

Using a Life Course Framework to Promote Healthy Weight
Donna Johnson, PhD, RD, University of Washington, Center for Public Health

Panel Discussion
Perspectives of Practitioners and Community Members

Concluding Remarks
Randa Meade, BS, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number T79MC09805, Leadership Education in Maternal and Child Health Nutrition, $176,795, 50% funded by the University of Tennessee, Department of Nutrition. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.

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