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Project reports and resources from the CHOMP Mission Project are available here.
Information about the Childhood Obesity Prevention Mission Project (CHOMP)
Altarum serves as lead third party verifier and evaluator for the Partnership for a Healthier America.
Altarum's Center Leads Early Childhood Track of Building a Healthier Future Summit Featuring First Lady Michelle Obama
Altarum's Center Leads Early Childhood Track of Building a Healthier Future Summit Featuring First Lady Michelle Obama.
Documents produced in developing and implementing body mass index surveillance in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry.
Developing Resources to Support, Monitor, and Evaluate Community Coalitions Focused on Early Childhood
Altarum Insitute provides support to community-based coalitions focused on early childhood system building.
Challenges and Opportunities Related to Implementation of Child Care Nutrition and Physical Activity Policies in Delaware
Summary of Altarum study in Delaware examining the implementation of healthy eating and physical activity standards in child care programs.
Altarum Institute provided technical assistance to State Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Initiatives.
Altarum's Center for Food and Nutrition completed an evaluation of small stores’ ability to provide healthy food options under the revised Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Food Packages, as part of its internal research and demonstration agenda called the Childhood Obesity Prevention Project.
Altarum's Center for Child and Youth Development Presents Findings on State Efforts to Tackle Obesity Through Child Care Quality Rating and Improvement Systems.
The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology and Statistics Program supports MCH officials in their efforts to use data effectively.
Altarum supported the network of Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative (AAALI) organizations to integrate HIV prevention activities into their missions and day-to-day activities.
A roundtable on family caregiving and aging offers insights and action items about the lives and roles of family caregivers.
Altarum Institute has been involved in several projects to assess and promote nutrition education programs targeting low-income families, including those eligible for the Special Supplemental Program for WIC.
While there are no cures for chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, or congestive heart failure, careful management of symptoms and patient education is widely believed to improve patients’ perceptions of their quality of life, prolong life, and reduce some medical costs.
Palladian is helping to develop new tools and methods to reach at-risk moms who face numerous barriers to accessing health care, such as effective messaging and approachable communication tools.
Altarum Institute developed nationwide drive time profiles that can quickly answer questions concerning the adequacy of beneficiary access to TRICARE provider networks comprised of thousands of providers across the United States.