CPPW

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AcronymDefinition
CPPWCommunities Putting Prevention to Work (US DHHS)
CPPWCentre for Professions and Professional Work (UK)
CPPWCoarse Points Per Wavelength
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She specifically called out Ringgold County, Iowa, which is using funding from CDC's Communities Putting Prevention to Work initiative to use evidence-based methods to reduce smoking.
This report documents recent trends in youth obesity in King County, Washington, which implemented a Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) obesity prevention initiative during 2010-2012, including a school-based component.
initiatives through its Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW)
Communities putting prevention to work: Community profile: Pinellas County, Florida, obesity prevention.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) awarded a two-year grant of $4.5 million to the WV Department of Health and Human Resources (WVDHHR) to target obesity prevention in a six-county region of the Mid-Ohio Valley through the Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) initiative.
Department of Health and Human Services through an initiative called Communities Putting Prevention to Work, the campaign began in September with a media blitz that includes television, radio, web, print and billboard advertising.
Department of Health and Human Services as part of Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW), a federally-funded initiative that supports policy, systems and environmental changes to reduce obesity.
Now, after receiving $562,000 from a $32.1 million Communities Putting Prevention to Work Grant awarded to Los Angeles County from the U.S.
* CDC's Communities Putting Prevention to Work, with millions of dollars of funding for community-based projects to address obesity (http://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/recovery/); and
These funds are made possible through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which has provided up to $650 million to HHS for the "Communities Putting Prevention to Work" initiative, which was launched last fall to promote evidence-based prevention strategies across the country.
As we recognize that programs such as Communities Putting Prevention to Work, a nationwide effort to address obesity and tobacco use, have continued value, I recommend that Healthy Start communities also be the target of recognition.
In a recent transportation webinar, APHA partnered with the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center on the webinar "Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Using Walking and Bicycling as Ways to Promote Public Health," which drew more than 1,000 registrants.
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