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Promoting Healthy Weight 3.0 (PHW3.0) Overview

Promoting Healthy Weight 3.0 (PHW3.0) colloquia focus on promoting a healthy weight for maternal and child health populations using a socio-ecological lens.

The final PHW3.0 colloquium, Mapping Our Course: Strategies to Achieve Hunger, Nutrition & Health Goals in the US, will be held via Zoom on

Friday, June 23, 2023 from 12:30-5 pm EDT.

Registration HERE.

To view the archived webcast of the Fall 2022 PHW3.0, Addressing the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on Health Outcomes, click HERE.

Continuing education unit for RD/RDNs and CHES are available until September 22, 2023. To complete the evaluation for this archived webcast, which is necessary to receive continuing education units, click HERE.


Continuing education units for the following colloquia are no longer available, but if you view them, please complete the evaluations.

To view the archived webcast for Spring 2022 PHW3.0, The Intersection of Nutrition & Reproductive Health: Addressing Disparities, click HERE.

To view the archived webcast for Fall 2021 PHW3.0, Creating More Equitable Food Systems: A Socio-Ecological Perspective, click HERE

To complete the evaluation for this archived webcast, click HERE.

To view the archived webcast for Spring 2021 PHW3.0, Breaking Down Barriers: Food Access During the COVID-19 Pandemic, A Socio-Ecological Perspective, click HERE.

To view the archived webcast for Fall 2020 PHW3.0, A Socio-Ecological Perspective—Infant Feeding, click HERE

To view the Fall 2019 PHW3.0: A Socio-Ecological Perspective—Healthful Food Access archived webcast, click HERE

To view the Spring 2019 PHW3.0: A Socio-Ecological Perspective—Policy at All Levels click HERE.

To obtain PowerPoint presentations, email

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, $223,777, 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.