April 14, 20, and 27, and May 11 and 16, 2023
Pediatric Growth and Nutrition Branch (PGNB), Division of Extramural Research (DER), NICHD, NIH
Virtual; registration is free but required
Efforts to promote health through improved diet and nutrition require an understanding of the nutritional ecology that accounts for the intersection of agriculture, food systems, health, disease, and a changing environment across the life span. The ADVANTAGE Project strives to better understand these intersections by addressing the following core questions:
- How are the current realities of climate/environment change (CEC) affecting dietary choices/patterns and relevant aspects of the food system, and what are the implications for specific public health outcomes of interest?
- How can we apply an ecological approach to assessing the nature and impact of these relationships?
- How can we best translate the evidence generated to support dietary guidance to promote health and prevent disease?
To answer these questions, ADVANTAGE will use a multi-disciplinary approach to engage and support agencies and organizations involved in efforts to research, translate, and implement evidence-informed interventions, programs, and policies.
This series of virtual meetings will focus on the following five topics:
- Implications of CEC on priority health outcomes
- Impact of CEC on dietary patterns, attitudes, beliefs, and choices
- Impact of CEC on food systems
- Measures and metrics: an integrated approach to understand the intersection of CEC, food systems, nutrition, and health
- Translation and implementation: data needs and approaches to the translation of emerging evidence to support context-specific, equitable, safe and efficacious interventions, dietary guidance and standards of care in a changing environment
Individuals who need reasonable accommodations to participate in these meetings should contact Amy Buckley at either email@example.com or 571-520-2279 at least 5 days in advance.
For registration-related questions:
For program-related questions:
Daniel J. Raiten, PGNB, NICHD