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Out of School Nutrition and Physical Activity (OSNAP) Project: Products

Developer Contact Information

For inquiries related to staff training or program implementation, please contact Rebekka Lee at: rlee@hsph.harvard.edu or (617) 384-5457.

Product Listing
The OSNAP Guide: A Step By Step Process for Improving Nutrition and Physical Activity in Out of School Settings
Average Readability Score: Grade 7.8
OSNAP Learning Collaborative Facilitation Handbook
Out of School Nutrition and Physical Activity Observational Practice Assessment Tool (OSNAP-OPAT)
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Sample of website for Out of School Nutrition and Physical Activity (OSNAP) Project

Average Readability Score: Grade 8.3
Note
  • Program materials used in this research project may be downloaded and saved from this site. The material may be used "as is" or may be modified and adapted for your context.
  • You may review each item individually by selecting the links provided or, unless indicated otherwise, you may order a copy of the program's product materials by using the Order link
  • The program CD is not copyrighted, please feel free to duplicate the program CD as needed.
Adaptation Guidelines

Program Adaptation Guidelines: provides tips on how to ensure your program's optimal success in your community's setting when adapting materials that were designed and tested within a controlled research study. Before adapting programs, users should review current literature, guidelines, and other evidence reviews to update the program materials.

Putting Public Health Evidence in Action: an interactive training curriculum to support community program planners and health educators in developing skills in using evidence-based approaches.

Updated: 10/31/2019