Considerations for evaluation of public health nutrition interventions in diverse communities
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractKey messages Knowledge of ethnic groups and in particular their food habits is critical in evaluation Nutritionists should ensure they are culturally competent to work with diverse communities Evaluation of diverse groups requires consideration of language and cultural specific outcomes and literacy issues Identifying the factors that support successful nutrition interventions in diverse groups is challenging without the appropriate tools and measures
CitationElahi, B. (2017). Considerations for evaluation of public health nutrition interventions in diverse communities. In J. L. Buttriss, A. A. Welch, J. M. Kearney, & S. A. Lanham-New (Ed.), Public Health Nutrition (2nd ed., Chapter 29). Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell.
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