Kelli Kenison

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This article presents a framework for developing and carrying out an implementation monitoring plan of a complex structural intervention in an organizational setting and describes seven steps for analyzing and reporting results for fidelity and completeness of implementation. This process is illustrated using the Environmental Interventions in Children's(More)
This study reports the effects of a structural intervention, ENRICH (Environmental Interventions in Children's Homes) which targeted the physical and social environment within residential children's homes (RCHs) to increase physical activity (PA) among residents (n=799). Participating RCHs (n=29) were randomized to Early (n=17) or Delayed (n=12) groups from(More)
Chronic hypoxemia has been suggested as an unrecognized condition that may result in sudden infant death syndrome. Fetal hemoglobin has been shown to be increased in infants suffering from chronic hypoxemia. We examined fetal hemoglobin levels in 54 cases of sudden infant death syndrome, 17 infants dying of other causes, and 22 live, healthy control(More)
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between food environments and fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption of adolescents (n=246) living in Residential Children's Homes (RCHs) in North and South Carolina, USA. Administrators of 21 RCHs completed the Physical Activity and Dietary Environmental Assessment (PADEA), an instrument assessing(More)
Liver extramedullary hematopoiesis was examined in 54 victims of sudden infant death syndrome and in 21 infants who died of other causes in an attempt to confirm Naeye's findings of increased extramedullary hematopoiesis in cases of sudden infant death syndrome. Our data showed greater extramedullary hematopoiesis in victims of sudden infant death syndrome(More)
The authors previously have reported measurements of fetal hemoglobin in infants in blood samples taken at autopsy using an isoelectric focusing (IEF) procedure. The current study was undertaken to compare this methodology with a high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) procedure. The correlation coefficient between the IEF and HPLC procedures was(More)
BACKGROUND An important influence on youth physical activity (PA) is the provision of instrumental social support (ISS) by parents and other adults. Limited research exists about factors that influence parental provision of ISS for youth PA. Following a theory-based conceptual model, a measure for assessing ISS for PA was developed from elicitation survey(More)
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