Process Evaluation of the Project SHINE Intervention for African American Families: An Integrated Positive Parenting and Peer Monitoring Approach to Health Promotion.

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This study describes the process evaluation of Project SHINE, a randomized family-based health promotion intervention that integrated parenting and peer monitoring for improving sedentary behavior, physical activity, and diet in African American families. Adolescent-parent dyads (n = 89) were randomized to a 6-week behavioral, positive parenting, and peer… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1524839916635977

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@article{George2016ProcessEO, title={Process Evaluation of the Project SHINE Intervention for African American Families: An Integrated Positive Parenting and Peer Monitoring Approach to Health Promotion.}, author={Sara M St George and D. Keith Wilson and Tyler McDaniel and Kassandra Ann Alia}, journal={Health promotion practice}, year={2016}, volume={17 4}, pages={557-68} }