Kathryn M Kolasa

There are 7 included publications by Kathryn M Kolasa :

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Healthy Hospital Food Environment: the PCMH Story. 2011 64728 This paper describes Pitt Memorial Hospital's response to the call to become a healthy worksite. It describes the hospital's effots to partner in the North Carolina Plan to Prevent Overweight and Obesity and Related Chronic Conditions. Way to define ...
Helping Hands: A Guidebook for Volunteer Meal Providers 2011 64728 Helping Hands: A Guidebook for Volunteer Meal Providers Author(s): J. Jennings 1 R. Ward 2 K. Kolasa3; 1Nutrition Science East Carolina University Greenville NC 2East Carolina University Greenville NC 3Family Medicine and Pediatrics East Carolina Uni...
IN4Kids: data from a study of RD integration into primary care 2011 64728 Research indicates barriers to PCPs recognizing and counseling overweight children and their families including lack of: knowledge about nutritional guidance time to provide services reimbursement and skills in working with overweight children. Integ...
North Carolina's Pediatric Obesity Clinician Reference Guide and Tool Kit 2011 64728 This poster presents the tools developed by clinicians treating childhood obesity in North Carolina. The history of the development of these tools is outlined at the end of the accompanying abstract submission to the 2009 CDC Weight of the Nation Con...
Take Off 4-Health Healthy Lifestyle Camp Nutrition Education Curriculum 2011 64728 Summer camps designed to produce weight loss are popular childhood obesity interventions. Nutrition education is a critical component of youth weight loss camps and we will present the curriculum developed for a 3 week TO4H after finding no ready mad...
Take Off 4-Health: Innovative Strategies to Improve Wellness in Adolescents 2011 64728 Summer camps for weight loss are popular. We present the nutrition curriculum for a 3 week residential camp for adolescents with health risks related to obesity or type 2 diabetes. The curriculum includes a camper meal card six lessons based on strat...
The UHS Nutrition Initiative: Enhancing the ability of patients employees and the community to "Eat Smart and Move More" 2011 64728 This article describes the obesity problem in eastern North Carolina and the responses that the Pitt County Memorial Hospital is taking locally to change policies and environments.