Childhood Obesity: Approaches to Policy Change to Improve Population Health in Baltimore County Public Schools
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Caroline Raynor, BSN - School of Nursing Graduate Program, Western Governors University, Parkville, MD, USA
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Childhood Obesity predisposes children to chronic diseases that reduce the quality of life, increase the cost of healthcare, and increase health disparities. This poster presentation illustrates two approaches to health policy advocacy to reduce childhood obesity and improve the population health in Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS).
45th Biennial Convention 2019 Theme: Connect. Collaborate. Catalyze.
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