Presentations

We’ve presented our findings and shared best practices from organizations that are engaged with our programs. See a selection of our talks and presentations on community wide and organization setting specific improvement (child care, schools, after school and summer programs, scouting, health care).

2016

  1. Cull BJ, Knutson C, Rosenkranz SK, Dzewaltowski DA, & Rosenkranz RR.  On-site and Online Girl Scout Leader Wellness Training for Physical Activity in Troop Meetings. Paper submitted for presentation at the 2016 International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference. Cape Town, South Africa.
  2. Guagliano JM, Lonsdale C, Kolt GS, Rosenkranz RR, & Dzewaltowski DA. Environmental contexts interact with self-determined motivation to influence moderate-to-vigorous physical activity during a youth sports camp. Paper submitted for presentation at the 2016 International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference. Cape Town, South Africa.
  3. Guagliano, J. M.†, Sanders, T.†, Dzewaltowski, D. A., & Lonsdale, C. (2016). Is there an association between remoteness, youth sports participation, and meeting physical activity and screen time guidelines? American Public Health Association
  4. Dzewaltowski, D.A. (2016, February).  Building School District, School, and Leader Capacity to Increase Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, Healthy Kansas Schools Grantee Webnair, Kansas Department of Health and Environment Webinar.

2015

  1. Dzewaltowski, D.A. (2015, November).  Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in PE-Tracking and implementation, Healthy Kansas Schools Grantee meeting, Junction City, KS.
  2. Rodicheva NV, Updyke NJ, Rosenkranz SK, Dzewaltowski DA, & Rosenkranz RR.Effectiveness of behaviorally oriented nutrition education programs in Russian children. Poster presented at the 2015 International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
  3. Updyke NJ, Rodicheva NV, Rosenkranz SK, Dzewaltowski DA, & Rosenkranz RR.Increasing physical activity levels among girls in Russia: A cross-over trial. Poster presented at the 2015 International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
  4. Schlechter CR, Ptacek AN, Rosenkranz RR, & Dzewaltowski DA. Parental Involvement in Children’s Physical Activity Interventions: Is External Validity Information Reported? (2015, April).  Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.
  5. Schlechter CR, Rosenkranz RR, & Dzewatlowski, DA.  Does Youth Sport Contribute to Meeting Public Health Physical Activity Guidelines? Poster presentation at Kansas Public Health Association regional conference.  Manhattan, KS, USA.