OVERVIEW: STAGE SETTING
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SESSION 1: DISPARITIES IN OBESITY PREVALENCE
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Ogden, C. L., M. D. Carroll, T. H. Fakhouri, C. M. Hales, C. D. Fryar, X. Li, and D. S. Freedman. 2018b. Prevalence of obesity among youths by household income and education level of head of household—United States 2011–2014. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 67(6):186–189.
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SESSION 2: SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH INEQUITIES IN OBESITY PREVENTION AND CONTROL
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Prather, C., T. R. Fuller, W. L. Jeffries, K. J. Marshall, A. V. Howell, A. Belyue-Umole, and W. King. 2018. Racism, African American women, and their sexual and reproductive health: A review of historical and contemporary evidence and implications for health equity. Health Equity 2(1):249–259.
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SESSION 3: LESSONS FROM THE FIELD: ACHIEVING EQUITY IN COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACHES FOR PREVENTING AND TREATING OBESITY
Haire-Joshu, D., C. D. Schwarz, K. Steger-May, C. Lapka, K. Schechtman, R. C. Brownson, and R. G. Tabak. 2018. A randomized trial of weight change in a national home visiting program. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 54(3):341–351.
Haire-Joshu, D., A. G. Cahill, R. I. Stein, W. Todd Cade, C. L. Woolfolk, K. Moley, A. Mathur, C. D. Schwarz, K. B. Schechtman, and S. Klein. 2019. Randomized controlled trial of home-based lifestyle therapy on postpartum weight in underserved women with overweight or obesity. Obesity 27(4):535–541.
Kaholokula, J. K., C. T. Ing, M. A. Look, R. Delafield, and K. I. Sinclair. 2018. Culturally responsive approaches to health promotion for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. Annals of Human Biology 45(3):249–263.
Schwartz, P., S. Rauzon, and A. Cheadle. 2015. Dose matters: An approach to strengthening community health strategies to achieve greater impact. Washington, DC: National Academy of Medicine. https://nam.edu/dose-matters-an-approach-to-strengthening-community-health-strategies-toachieve-greater-impact-2 (accessed September 24, 2019).
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SESSION 4: LESSONS FROM THE FIELD: ACHIEVING EQUITY IN OBESITY TREATMENT IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS
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Chin, M. H., A. P. Goddu, M. J. Ferguson, and M. E. Peek. 2014. Expanding and sustaining integrated health care–community efforts to reduce diabetes disparities. Health Promotion Practice 15(S2):29S–39S.
Chin, M. H., P. T. King, R. G. Jones, B. Jones, S. N. Ameratunga, N. Muramatsu, and S. Derrett. 2018. Lessons for achieving health equity comparing Aotearoa/New Zealand and the United States. Health Policy 122(8):837–853.
DeMeester, R. H., L. J. Xu, R. S. Nocon, S. C. Cook, A. M. Ducas, and M. H. Chin. 2017. Solving disparities through payment and delivery system reform: A program to achieve health equity. Health Affairs 36(6):1133–1139.
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