Pamela Koch, a @RutgersU alum from @tischfoodcenter now speaking at the @NJKidsHealth spring symposium. #NJHKI
Mary Murimi from @TexasTech joins the @NJKidsHealth spring symposium to discuss effective #nutrition education interventions in children. #NJHKI
Angie Cradock from @HarvardChanSPH discussing physical activity with the @NJKidsHealth spring symposium. #NJHKI
Nurgul Fitzgerald of @RutgersSEBS starts off the afternoon for the @NJKidsHealth spring symposium. #NJHKI
The New Jersey Healthy Kids Initiative (NJHKI)
NJHKI builds upon the core values of the Rutgers New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health with a focus on health equity and community partnership. By uniting with local families to pinpoint child health needs and explore where they are unmet, the NJHKI can develop a task force to address those needs. Learn more about us.
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