A tailored multimedia nutrition education pilot program for low-income women receiving food assistance.

@article{Campbell1999ATM,
  title={A tailored multimedia nutrition education pilot program for low-income women receiving food assistance.},
  author={Marci Kramish Campbell and Lauren Honess-Morreale and David Farrell and Erin Carbone and Michelle B Brasure},
  journal={Health education research},
  year={1999},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={257-67}
}
This article describes the development and pilot evaluation of a tailored multimedia program to improve dietary behavior among 378 low-income women enrolled in the Food Stamp program in Durham, North Carolina. After randomization to intervention or control groups, participants completed a baseline survey and were resurveyed 1-3 months post-intervention. Measures included dietary fat intake assessed using a brief food-frequency questionnaire, stage of change, knowledge of low-fat foods, self… CONTINUE READING
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