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Packaging and Spreading Proven Pediatric Weight Management Interventions for Use by Low-Income Families
|The purpose of this NOFO is to increase the availability and number of packaged effective pediatric weight management interventions (PWMI) that can be used by healthcare, community or public health organizations to serve low-income children and their caregivers. This will be achieved by having researchers take existing evidence based PWMI, and convert them into user-friendly “packaged” materials so that the PWMI can be replicated and pilot tested in real world settings. The demonstration will provide ongoing support to children and families through the PWMI and referral to community-based resources for healthy nutrition and physical activity behaviors. The long-term goal of this NOFO is to increase the access to and uptake of acceptable, effective, and packaged PWMIs by institutions that serve low-income children.|
Deadline: Oct. 24, 2018
As determined by legislative language, eligible applicants include the following: A city, county, or Indian tribe. A local or tribal educational agency. An accredited university, college, or community college. A Federally-qualified health center. A local health department. A health care provider.* A community-based organization.** *A health care provider provides health care or represents a health care system or group of health care professionals that provides care to individuals. **A Community-based organization (CBO) is a public or private non-profit organization (including a church or religious organization) that is representative of a community or a significant segment of a community, and is engaged in meeting human, educational, environmental, or public safety community needs.