Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Nutrition Education Program for Parents of 0–5 Year Olds Living in Areas of Disadvantage in Western Australia
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This Master of Philosophy research developed, implemented and evaluated a nutrition education titled Food Sensations® for Parents. Methods included qualitative research and a pre-post evaluation design. The 5-week program combined food literacy with positive parent feeding practices. Evaluation showed statistically significant improvements in the mean score for 13 food literacy behaviours, 10 positive parenting feeding practices and a mean increase in parents’ daily vegetable intake of 1/3 serve.
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