- Catalogue of Surveillance Systems
This interactive web tool provides one-stop access to a wide array of national, state, and local surveillance systems at multiple levels.
- Childhood Obesity Declines: Exploring Promising Approaches
This workgroup seeks to better understand the possible drivers and contributors that may be influencing reported declines in childhood obesity rates and exploring how these may be related to health promotion efforts.
- Childhood Obesity Research Demonstration
Supporting underserved children and their families and using an obesity model framework, this activity builds on an array of existing federal and non-federal initiatives.
- Economics and Obesity
This activity aims to address the economics research gap in childhood obesity by connecting with new partners; establishing a platform for economics research; and developing an agenda to stimulate research on the cost effectiveness and benefit of interventions.
Through innovative systems modeling approaches and drawing on global expertise, three modeling networks forecast the impact of interventions and policies on childhood obesity.
- Evaluation Research Forum
The Forum brings together childhood obesity experts to consider shared measures and methods for leveraging data and evaluating community-based and state-based strategies.
- Farm-to-Fork Workshop on Surveillance of the U.S. Food System
This 2012 activity had attendees enumerating resources that characterize the U.S. food system, identifying gaps in current efforts and proposing methods for improving diet quality.
- FLASHE Study
Having pooled input from NCCOR members to strengthen its survey domains, this study is assessing correlates of obesogenic and cancer preventive behaviors among parent-adolescent dyads.
- Food Marketing Research Roundtable
During this meeting, attendees assessed progress and discussed policy research priorities with potential to reduce children's exposure to unhealthy food marketing.
- Food Patterns Equivalents Database
The Collaborative is helping to strengthen the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Patterns Equivalents Database for enhancing food and nutrition surveillance.
- Green Health
The Collaborative supports efforts to link environmental design and sustainability with childhood obesity priorities.
- Healthy Communities Study
This activity is examining how diet, physical activity, and body mass index (BMI) are related to aspects of community programs and policies, such as: intensity, duration, funding, and target population.
- Healthy Eating Index
This scoring metric developed by scientists from two of NCCOR’s funding partners helps in identifying the nutritional quality of choices at various points along the “food stream,” and enables individuals to make healthier food choices.
- The Johns Hopkins Global Center on Childhood Obesity
The Center emphasizes interdisciplinary research to study the drivers of the childhood obesity epidemic, build training capacity, provide rapid-response grants, and more.
- Let's Move! Child Care Checklist
This online tool is designed to help child care programs identify ways to strengthen their nutrition and physical activity practices and policies.
- Measures Registry
To promote the use of common measures, this searchable database facilitates access to available measures, helps identify gaps in measures, and fuels the development and validation of new measures.
- School Wellness Survey
The Collaborative is supporting the discovery of linkages between various surveys of school wellness, and evaluating the effectiveness of polices adopted following the passage of 2010 legislature.
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed)
NCCOR assembled a portfolio of existing, evidence-based and actionable tools emphasizing obesity prevention that can be adopted by SNAP agencies and providers at the state level.
- Youth Energy Expenditure
NCCOR is assisting in updating and improving an existing compendium of youth energy expenditure, which will be invaluable for research and practice.