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5-2-1-0 Healthy Messaging Campaign
Tue September 22, 2015: 11:00 am-12:00 pm EDT
CPEUs for RDNs are no longer available for this event.
An evidence-based prevention program to guide parents and other caretakers to help kids develop a healthy lifestyle. Obesity in childhood is a serious medical condition that has both psychological and health consequences. Learn how to implement this program in your practice or community.
5 – fruits and veggies
2 – hours or less of recreational screen time*
1 – hour or more of physical activity
0 – sugary drinks, more water
- The webinar participants will be able to state what the mnemonic 5-2-1-0 represents, as well as the relevance of the mnemonic and the population for whom this campaign was developed.
- The webinar participants will be able to list strategies for successfully implementing a health messaging campaign.
- The webinar participants will be able to list strategies for overcoming barriers to implementing a health messaging campaign in a community setting.
- The webinar participants will be able to list strategies for successfully sustaining a health messaging campaign for one year in a community setting.
- The webinar participants will be able to state the rationale behind evaluating both the implementation of a campaign and the short and long term outcomes of the campaign.
1.0 CPEU pending approval for Registered Dietitians
Jennifer M. DiNallo, Ph.D., is a Research and Evaluation Specialist at the Clearinghouse as well as on the Navy Youth Sports and Fitness program project. She received her Ph.D. in Kinesiology, with a focus in Exercise Psychology, from Penn State. Jen’s research interests include physical activity behavior in children at risk for being overweight and diabetic, with a focus on family-based physical activity interventions. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from West Chester University in 1995, Jen worked for the U.S. Marine Corps as a civilian certified fitness instructor and personal trainer at Camp LeJeune, NC. Jen then earned a Master’s of Education degree in Exercise Physiology at East Carolina University in 2000.