Constance P. Nana

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There is a need to identify barriers to participation as well as recruitment strategies to engage minority parents of young children in health-oriented research. This paper offers insights on strategies and challenges in recruiting black immigrant mothers living in Ottawa (Canada) for a community-based health-oriented research project among 6-to-12-year-old(More)
OBJECTIVE Explore immigrant children's lived experience of dietary acculturation. DESIGN Draw and tell qualitative research. PARTICIPANTS A total of 167 school-aged children living in Ottawa, Canada, who had a mother born in sub-Saharan Africa or the Caribbean. METHODS Children made 2 drawings about foods, 1 related to Canada and the other to their(More)
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