|| Summary of a workshop that took place in Washington, DC on July 20-21, 2010.
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|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Opening session -- WIC and birth outcomes -- WIC and obesity -- Research needed to improve breastfeeding protection, promotion, and support within WIC -- Food insecurity and hunger -- Dietary intake and nutritional status -- Nutrition education in WIC -- Health care and systems costs, benefits, and effectiveness -- The reach of WIC -- Closing session: wrap-up and methodological issues and data considerations.
|| "To guide its planning for the use of the $15 million allocated for WIC research, the Food and Nutrition Service of USDA asked the Institute of Medicine to conduct a two-day public workshop on emerging research needs for WIC. As requested, the workshop included presentations and discussions to illuminate issues related to future WIC research issues, methodological challenges, and solutions. The workshop also planned for a program of research to determine the effects of WIC on maternal and child health outcomes."--Publishers website.
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|| Print version record.