Problem and solution trees: a practical approach for identifying potential interventions to improve population nutrition.

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Population nutrition problems have a diversity of contributory factors and, ideally, multi-sectoral solutions should be developed by the relevant stakeholders, based on a common understanding of these factors. The problem and solution tree approach is a participatory process of working through the layers of determinants and then developing potential… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/heapro/dan027

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@article{Snowdon2008ProblemAS, title={Problem and solution trees: a practical approach for identifying potential interventions to improve population nutrition.}, author={Wendy Snowdon and Jimaima T Schultz and Boyd A. Swinburn}, journal={Health promotion international}, year={2008}, volume={23 4}, pages={345-53} }