ASPHN is happy to announce the Pediatric Obesity mini Collaborative Improvement and Innovative Network (CoIIN) will be extended until December 2017 and expanded to include up to ten State teams. Your state could be the next to be included!
A CoIIN is a team of self-motivated people with a collective vision that shares ideas, information, and work within a topic area. CoIINs are known to achieve results quickly in response to complex health problems.
The Pediatric Obesity mini CoIIN focuses on using the CDC's
Spectrum of Opportunities
to help states adopt healthy eating and active living policies and practices in early care and education settings.
Watch this newsletter for updates on the Pediatric Obesity mini CoIIN, including how to apply. Contact
for more information.