Recommendations for short questions to assess food consumption in children for the NSW Health Surveys

@inproceedings{Flood2005RecommendationsFS,
  title={Recommendations for short questions to assess food consumption in children for the NSW Health Surveys},
  author={Victoria M. Flood and Karen Lynn Webb and Anna M Rangan},
  year={2005}
}
Monitoring key food habits of children is important for planning and improving health services in New South Wales. The NSW Health Department conducts the NSW Health survey program using Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI). This survey includes questions for monitoring food habits of children aged 0-16 years. In this report, we recommend survey questions to be used in the NSW Health survey for this purpose, which meet a range of criteria for good survey questions about nutrition and… CONTINUE READING

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