MEDIA AND PUBLICATIONS

MEDIA

PUBLICATIONS

  • [Warrell] J, Almon M, Agatston AS, Hollar D, Stark J., The evaluation of dietary programming of the Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren (HOPS) Study: A school-based holistic nutrition and healthy lifestyle management program for elementary-aged children. J Am Diet Assoc. 2008;108(9): A75.

  • [Warrell] J., Hollar T.L., Hollar D., Agatston A.S. School-based Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle Obesity Prevention Program Shows Success. J Nut Ed&Behavior 2007; Vol 39, Issue 4, Pages S126 - S126 J.

  •  [Warrell] J, Almon M, Agatston A, Hollar D. The continuation and expansion of dietary interventions of the Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren Study – A school-based holistic nutrition and healthy lifestyle management program for elementary-aged children. J Am Diet Assoc. 2007;107(8): A76.

  • Almon M., [Warrell] J., Agatston A.S., Hollar T.L., Hollar D. The dietary intervention of the Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren Study - A school-based holistic nutrition and healthy lifestyle management program for elementary-aged children. J Am Diet Assoc. 2006; 106(8): A53.

 
 

PRESENTATIONS

  • Warrell, J., (2021, March). Delta Healthcare Workforce and K-12 Collaboration Project. Tennessee Coordinated School Health Association. Online.

  • Warrell, J., Plazas, D. Fleich, C., (2018, November). Staying Socially Engaged as a Scientist. Southeastern Medical Scientist Symposium (SEMSS). Nashville, TN.

  • Bates-Thomas, M., [Warrell], J. (2016, February). School Boards & Public Health: Partners in Student Achievement. Kentucky School Board Association. Louisville, KY.

  • [Warrell], J. (2015, October). Evaluation of School Health Programs. Friedell Committee Fall Meeting, Lexington, KY.

  • Sparks, J., [Warrell], J. (2015, March). Supporting Healthy Learners Through Policy and Practice. Kentucky School Board Association. Louisville, KY.

  • Thomas, T., [Warrell], J. (2014, November). USDA New Smart Snacks for Schools. Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. Lexington, KY.

  • Thomas, T., [Warrell], J. (2014, October). A Tale of 4 Schools: Sustainable Healthy Schools Programs. Southern Obesity Summit. Louisville, KY.

  • Best, S., Greenwell, V., [Warrell], J. (2014, May). Smart Snacks in Schools - Overview and Strategies for Implementing USDA Nutrition Standards for Competitive Foods. USDA National Webinar Series.

  • Rex, J., McDonald, M., [Warrell] J. (2013, June). Creating a Team Approach for School Wellness. Kentucky School Nutrition Association. Lexington, KY.

  • McDonald, M., [Warrell], J. (2013, June). You Want Me to Do What? A Look at Competitive Foods and Beverages. Kentucky School Nutrition Association. Lexington, KY.

  • [Warrell], J. (2013, June). Building and Maintaining Support for Healthy Schools. Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. Louisville, KY.

  • Sparks, J., [Warrell], J. (2013, March). First Steps in Creating a Healthy School Environment. Barren River District Health Department, Healthy Schools Summit. Bowling Green, KY.

  • Caven, S., Heard, J., McDonald, M., [Warrell], J., (2013, February). Healthy Students Learn Better – Moving From Policy to Practice. Kentucky School Boards Association. Louisville, KY.

  • McDonald ,M., [Warrell], J. (2012, October). Alliance for a Healthier Generation: Moving From Policy to Practice. Partnership for a Fit Kentucky, Growing Healthy Kids Conference. Lexington, KY.

  • [Warrell], J., McDonald, M. (2012, June). Alliance for a Healthier Generation: Healthy Schools Program. Coordinated School Health and Kentucky School Board Association Symposium. Lexington, KY.

  • [Warrell], J., Almon, M., Agatston, A, Hollar, D. (2007, October). The Continuation and Expansion of Dietary Interventions of the Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren Study - A School-Based Holistic Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle Management Program for Elementary-Aged Children. 2007 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE). Philadelphia, PA.

  • [Warrell], J., Hollar, D., Lombardo, M. (2007, October). The Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren (HOPS) Study: School-based dietary changes combined with nutrition and healthy lifestyle programming work! 2007 Florida After School Alliance, Orlando, FL.

  • [Warrell], J., Hollar, D., Hollar, T.L., Agatston, A.S. (2007, July). The Continuation and Expansion of Dietary Interventions of the Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren Study – A School-Based Holistic Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle Management Program for Elementary-Aged Children. Annual Nutrition Conference of the School Nutrition Association. Chicago, IL.

  • Hollar, D., Lombardo, M., [Warrell] J. (2007, May). The Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren (HOPS) Study: School-based dietary changes combined with nutrition and healthy lifestyle programming work! Kids Being Healthy Expo. Baltimore, MD.

  • Almon, M., [Warrell], J., Hollar, D. (2006, September). The Dietary Intervention Of The Healthier Options For Public Schoolchildren Study - A School-Based Holistic Nutrition And Healthy Lifestyle Management Program For Elementary-Aged Children. 200 American Dietetic Association Annual Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo. Honolulu, HI. (poster presentation)

  • Almon, M., [Warrell] J., Hollar, D, Agatston, A.S. (2006, July). The HOPS Study: Dietary Component and Nutritional Analyses. Annual Nutrition Conference of the School Nutrition Association. Los Angeles, CA. (poster presentation)