Presentation Title

Parents and Teachers Acting as Change Agents: The Influence of Nutritional Knowledge to Support the Development of Healthy Behaviors in Children

Location

Reed 330

Start Date

20-4-2017 4:10 PM

Description

The purpose of this mixed methods study was to measure a change in baseline nutritional knowledge of the staff and parents of children age 3-5 enrolled in a head start program after an education intervention. The tool for the data collection was the Behavior and Attitudes Questionnaire for Health Habits. The learning outcome was measuring a change in baseline knowledge of nutrition practices what would translate into behaviors that would improve the nutrition status of children enrolled in a Head Start Program in Rural Appalachia, West Virginia

Comments

Faculty Mentors: Debra Kimberlin and Dr. Catherine Anstrom. Additional Presenters: Sarah Ray, Eunice Troupe, Prof. Debra Kimberlin, Dr. Catherine Anstrom

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Apr 20th, 4:10 PM

Parents and Teachers Acting as Change Agents: The Influence of Nutritional Knowledge to Support the Development of Healthy Behaviors in Children

Reed 330

The purpose of this mixed methods study was to measure a change in baseline nutritional knowledge of the staff and parents of children age 3-5 enrolled in a head start program after an education intervention. The tool for the data collection was the Behavior and Attitudes Questionnaire for Health Habits. The learning outcome was measuring a change in baseline knowledge of nutrition practices what would translate into behaviors that would improve the nutrition status of children enrolled in a Head Start Program in Rural Appalachia, West Virginia