Nutrition behavior change among EFNEP participants is higher at sites that are well managed and whose front-line nutrition educators value the program.

@article{Dickin2005NutritionBC,
  title={Nutrition behavior change among EFNEP participants is higher at sites that are well managed and whose front-line nutrition educators value the program.},
  author={Katherine L Dickin and Jamie S Dollahite and J P Habicht},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={135 9},
  pages={2199-205}
}
Effective programs to promote improved dietary practices among low-income families depend on the motivation and performance of front-line nutrition educators, yet little is known about the work context experienced by nutrition workers or how their perceptions of work context relate to program effectiveness. This research examined the perceived work context of nutrition educators, a multidimensional construct developed through formative research, in the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education… CONTINUE READING

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