Barriers and supports for healthy eating and physical activity for First Nation youths in northern Canada.

@article{Skinner2006BarriersAS,
  title={Barriers and supports for healthy eating and physical activity for First Nation youths in northern Canada.},
  author={Kelly Skinner and Rhona M. Hanning and Leonard J. S. Tsuji},
  journal={International journal of circumpolar health},
  year={2006},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={148-61}
}
OBJECTIVES To investigate barriers and supports for healthy eating and physical activity in youths in a remote sub-arctic community, Fort Albany First Nation, Ontario, Canada. STUDY DESIGN A qualitative multi-method participatory approach. METHODS The study included a purposive convenience sample of two adult (n = 22) and three youths (n = 30; students in grades 6 to 8) focus groups, unstructured one-on-one interviews with adult key informants (n = 7), and a scan of the community… CONTINUE READING
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