Education Materials (fwd)
Elfant, Michael (DHS-WIC)
MElfant at dhs.ca.gov
Mon Apr 10 08:32:14 PDT 2000
CA WIC has some. I will forward this to the people who deal w/nut ed
material in CA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Laura Larsson [SMTP:larsson at u.washington.edu]
> Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2000 8:55 PM
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> A question from a colleague.
> Laura Larsson
> Health Services, University of Washington
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: SMICHELRD at aol.com
> Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2000 20:56:25 EDT
> Subject: Education Materials
> Does anyone on the listserve know of nutrition education materials for
> persons recently immigrated to the US from SE Asia, China, and Indonesia.
> am in need of materials for infant feeding, failure to thrive in infants
> than 12 months of age and in toddlers and obesity for children over 5
> of age and teens. I am seeing many patients with these problems and could
> use materials that address the problem and include culturally relevant
> I would also like to know if anyone has information describing infant
> practices for SE Asians, Chinese, and Indonesian, i.e., feeding rice water
> fish broth to infants.
> I do have the information on normal nutrition from the Nutrition Education
> for New Americans Project of the Georgia State University and Ethno-Med
> the Univ. of Washington.
> Perhaps a WIC Program or Public Health Dept. has materials for the
> populations. I really do not believe in reinventing the wheel so if the
> appropriate material is already available I would really appreciate
> about it. Thanks.
> Suzanne Michel, MPH, RD
> Phila. Dept of Public Health
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