Healthy Hospital Food Environment: the PCMH Story.
Kolasa, Kathryn M.; Gaskins, Scottie; Dial, Jeff; Ho, Amanda; Currie, Russ; Comeaux, Preston; Robertson, Roger
This paper describes Pitt Memorial Hospital's response to the call to become a healthy worksite. It describes the hospital's effots to partner in the North Carolina Plan to Prevent Overweight and Obesity and Related Chronic Conditions. Way to define healthy eating, healthy snacks, healthy vending, healthy cafeteria are described.
Perspectives in Practice is a journal published by the Pitt Memorial Hospital to distribute scholarly work of its employees.
Kolasa, Kathryn M., & Gaskins, Scottie, & Dial, Jeff, & Ho, Amanda, & Currie, Russ, & Comeaux, Preston, & Robertson, Roger. (January 2006). Healthy Hospital Food Environment: the PCMH Story.. Perspectives in Practice, (44-54. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3684
Kolasa, Kathryn M., and Gaskins, Scottie, and Dial, Jeff, and Ho, Amanda, and Currie, Russ, and Comeaux, Preston, and Robertson, Roger. "Healthy Hospital Food Environment: the PCMH Story.". Perspectives in Practice. . (44-54.), January 2006. July 04, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3684.
Kolasa, Kathryn M. and Gaskins, Scottie and Dial, Jeff and Ho, Amanda and Currie, Russ and Comeaux, Preston and Robertson, Roger, "Healthy Hospital Food Environment: the PCMH Story.," Perspectives in Practice , no. 20 (January 2006), http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3684 (accessed July 04, 2020).
Kolasa, Kathryn M., Gaskins, Scottie, Dial, Jeff, Ho, Amanda, Currie, Russ, Comeaux, Preston, Robertson, Roger. Healthy Hospital Food Environment: the PCMH Story.. Perspectives in Practice. January 2006; (20) 44-54. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3684. Accessed July 04, 2020.