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Recent CARE Projects

Advocating for Advocacy

Drs. Caroline Kirby, Catherine Glatz, Michelle Cook and Margaret Connolly want to improve child and resident wellness through advocacy.
"Improving Resident and Child Wellness Through Advocacy"

Kirby Glatz Cook Connolly



Reducing Childhood Obesity

Dr. Arielle Kamps wants to improve the nutritional value of children's meals.
"Improving Access to Nutrition Education in the Primary Care Setting"

BullochPreventing Malaria

Dr. Alexi Bulloch plans to go with Netlife to Senegal to evaluate a new way of distributing bed nets.
"All Bases (and All Spaces) Covered: Addressing Outdoor Sleeping and Malaria Prevention in Rural Senegal"

VerwayFitness for Children with Developmental Disabilities

Dr. Adriana Verwey wants to develop an inclusive physical fitness program working with UR’s Rochester Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders.
"Inclusive Recreation and Leisure in the Community"

KantorHealth Literacy

Dr. Michael Kantor plans to develop nonverbal handouts for common health topics.
"Visual Health Information Handouts"

FableHPV Vaccine

Dr. Jacquie Fable wants to prevent cervical cancer by increasing immunization against human papilloma virus. She is partnering with school-based health centers.
"HPV Vaccination Rates in School Based Clinics"

VentrePre-K for Refugee Kids

Dr. Sarah Ventre plans to increase access to high quality early childhood education for children of refugees. She is working with agencies including ABC Head Start and Catholic Family Center.
"Increasing Refugee Enrollment in Early Childhood Education"

MillerSTD Prevention

Dr. Kelsey Miller’s goal is to decrease sexually transmitted infections in Rochester adolescents by reducing barriers to condom access.
"Condom Use and STD Prevention in Rochester, New York"

VarechtchoukTeaching Refugees English

Dr. Olga Varechtchouk plans to provide recent refugees at Mary’s Place with language-learning software.
"Bridging the Language Gap for Refugees: the Role of Electronics"