You’re invited: Community Conversation hosted by Project Healthy Schools
Join Project Healthy Schools and the Michigan Clinical Outcomes Research and Reporting Program (MCORRP) for a conversation about the value of evidence-based school health programs like PHS, which has been proven by data analyses to improve student health outcomes and behaviors.
The event will take place on Thursday, Feb. 24, from 11 a.m. until noon via Zoom.
The ongoing analysis of PHS is possible through an ongoing and successful 18-year partnership between PHS and MCORRP, a research lab founded by Kim Eagle, M.D.
In short, analyses of both behavioral and physiologic measures have shown significant improvements in students’ cardiometabolic health and lifestyle behaviors after the implementation of the PHS program. Learn more about the data, results, and plans for future research and practice during our conversation with the Project Healthy Schools community!
Project Healthy Schools is a school-based health promotion program designed to prevent childhood obesity and improve the present and future health of youth. You can learn more about Project Healthy Schools at www.projecthealthyschools.org.