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Students Fight MRSA


Clients:

Independence Blue Cross, The Franklin Institute, and The Health Care Improvement Foundation

Business Need:

Raise awareness as well as encourage public health education, and advocacy about MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, among students in grades 3-12 throughout their five-county region.

"We are impressed by how innovative these kids were in tackling a subject as weighty as MRSA,said Dr. Richard Snyder, senior vice president of Health Services for Independence Blue Cross. The winners clearly took the time to learn about MRSA and did a terrific job presenting the material in a fun and educational way. We encourage educators and parents to download the submissions and to use them to help teach their students or children about MRSA."


Solution:

  • Online contest
  • Website design and development
  • Web-based content design and development
  • Direct mail and email campaign management
  • Educational tools for educators, parents and students
  • Collaborative wellness tools
  • Social media integration


Healthy Start New Orleans


Client:

Healthy Start New Orleans

Business Need:

Blended learning solution for bi-lingual pregnancy education and planning to reduce infant mortality, low birth weight, and improve birth outcomes for at-risk women.


Solution:

  • Blended learning solution
  • eLearning integration and training
  • Implementation management
  • Course curriculum development and production
  • Received commendations for its English and Spanish versions and professional development activities

The Recovery School District and Steps to a Healthier New Orleans


Client:

The Recovery School District and Steps to a Healthier New Orleans

Business Need:

Help high school juniors and seniors become advocates for health education and literacy advancement while facilitating the inclusion of health content into core subjects through an internship program.

"We believe that this program could be a national model for preparing students to be health advocates and health professionals," said Recovery School District superintendent Paul Vallas. “Our students were extremely motivated and as dedicated to their mission as any professional."


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Solution:

  • Learning management system
  • eLearning integration and training
  • Implementation management
  • Interdisciplinary course curriculum development and production
  • Significant improvement in the students’ nutrition knowledge
  • Rapid adoption by public, private, parochial, and charter schools
  • 40 interns reached more than 3,000 students with fitness, nutrition, and smoking prevention education

Our Work


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