Parent and child perspectives on family out-of-home eating: a qualitative analysis.

  title={Parent and child perspectives on family out-of-home eating: a qualitative analysis.},
  author={Lynn E McGuffin and Ruth K Price and Tracy A McCaffrey and Glenn Hall and Alan Lobo and Julie M. Wallace and M Barbara E Livingstone},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={18 1},
OBJECTIVE To (i) explore the factors influencing family out-of-home (OH) eating events and (ii) identify possible opportunities for food businesses to support families in making healthier OH choices. DESIGN Focus group discussions were conducted with parents (six to eight participants per group) and friendship pair discussions (informal interviews with two children who are friends) were conducted with children (5-12 years) throughout the island of Ireland. Both discussions were audio-recorded… CONTINUE READING

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