Consortium participants can join one or more Interest Groups, where they can interact with other participants in a small and focused context. Interest Groups encourage participation from members with different areas of expertise so groups have a wide variety of perspectives. Groups meet a minimum of 4 times a year. Follow the links to learn more about each one:
- Food and Beverage Access
- Physical Activity and the Built Environment
- Early Childhood
- Health Promotion and Public Education
- Research and Evaluation
- Policy and Advocacy
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