The HealthSLAM (HS) program
Initiative Description: The HealthSLAM (HS) program is a health education curriculum designed by Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine (PSUCOM), medical students. The aim of the program is to teach healthy nutrition concepts to fourth-grade students aged 9–10 years. This program utilizes an entirely student-produced, web-hosted, freely accessible video (www.healthslam.org) to flip the classroom, and it uses medical students to run a classroom session after students have watched the video
Study Results: Improved nutrition knowledge and attitudes.
Reference: McEvoy, C. S., Cantore, K. M., Denlinger, L. N., Schleich, M. A., Stevens, N. M., Swavely, S. C., … & Novick, M. B. (2016). Use of medical students in a flipped classroom program in nutrition education for fourth-grade school students. Health Education Journal, 75(1), 38–46. https://doi.org/10.1177/0017896914561879
Level of Evidence: Good