Archive for the ‘Community’ Category

Research Society on Marijuana: Online RMV Training

Klein Buendel - Tuesday, 22 August 2017 08:02

Dr. David Buller from Klein Buendel presented a poster entitled, “Responsible Vendor Training for Recreational Marijuana Sales: Usability Testing and Implementation with Retail Personnel,” at the first scientific meeting of the Research Society on Marijuana in Fort Collins, Colorado in late July.

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Research Society on Marijuana: Sales Compliance

Klein Buendel - Wednesday, 9 August 2017 11:18

Dr. W. Gill Woodall from Klein Buendel presented a poster entitled, “Compliance with ID Regulations by Retail Marijuana Outlets in Two U.S. States,” at the first scientific meeting of the Research Society on Marijuana in Fort Collins, Colorado in late July.

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Way to Serve® New Mexico Reaches 50,000 Trainings!

Savanna Olivas - Monday, 24 July 2017 03:51

Way To Serve®, an evidence-based online alcohol server training program, has achieved a significant milestone this week by selling 50,000 trainings in New Mexico.

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Sun Safe Workplaces: The Promotion of Occupational Sun Safety Policy

Klein Buendel - Friday, 7 July 2017 03:03

Workplaces provide promising venues for programs to prevent chronic disease and acute injury.  Recently, KB investigators, David Buller, Mary Buller, Rachel Eye and Barbara Walkosz, and colleagues published a paper in the American Journal of Health Promotion on the results of Sun Safe Workplaces, a program that promoted the adoption of occupational sun protection policies to government organizations in Colorado.

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Physical Activity among Older Adults in Independent Living Facilities

Dr. Valerie Myers - Thursday, 27 April 2017 07:56

STEP for LIFE, an NIH-funded study evaluating the feasibility of a physical activity program for senior adults residing in Independent Living Facilities (ILFs) using interactive web-enabled television that can be individually tailored, was presented by Dr. Valerie Myers from Klein Buendel at the 38th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in San Diego, California in late March.

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