Using intervention mapping to develop a culturally appropriate intervention to prevent childhood obesity: the HAPPY (Healthy and Active Parenting Programme for Early Years) study

@inproceedings{Taylor2013UsingIM,
  title={Using intervention mapping to develop a culturally appropriate intervention to prevent childhood obesity: the HAPPY (Healthy and Active Parenting Programme for Early Years) study},
  author={Natalie Jayne Taylor and Pinki Sahota and Judith Sargent and Sally E Barber and Jackie Loach and Gemma Louch and John Wright},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
  year={2013}
}
INTRODUCTION Interventions that make extensive use of theory tend to have larger effects on behaviour. The Intervention Mapping (IM) framework incorporates theory into intervention design, implementation and evaluation, and was applied to the development of a community-based childhood obesity prevention intervention for a multi-ethnic population. METHODS IM was applied as follows: 1) Needs assessment of the community and culture; consideration of evidence-base, policy and practice; 2… CONTINUE READING
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