Topic: Minnesota’s SuperShelf partnership is helping to increase access to healthy, appealing, and culturally-connected foods across the state. Learn how food shelves are transforming to meet the food needs and improve the experience of people who are food insecure in Minnesota. This presentation will include an overview of the results of the SuperShelf Evaluation Study (NIH) including the Statewide Food Shelf survey, a unique data set with direct insight from people served by food shelves throughout the state.
Who should attend?
Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, diabetic educators, care coordinators, dietitians, nurses, public health workers, health educators, social workers, therapists, community health workers, those serving people with chronic conditions, and others interested in this topic.
• Discuss how food shelves, pantries and other hunger relief
resources are an important resource for supporting healthy
eating for food insecure people who live with diabetes and
other chronic conditions.
• Increase awareness of Minnesota’s SuperShelf partnership and
methods, and how this approach it is helping to increase access
to healthy, appealing and culturally relevant foods across the state.
• Deepen understanding of the food needs, preferences and health concerns of people who are food insecure
in Minnesota, through the results of the Statewide Food Shelf client survey, a unique data set of perspectives
from food shelf clients.
This webinar is free, but space is limited. Click here to register: https://supershelfwebinar.eventbrite.com