Validity and reliability of SCREEN II (Seniors in the Community: Risk evaluation for eating and nutrition, Version II)

@article{Keller2005ValidityAR,
  title={Validity and reliability of SCREEN II (Seniors in the Community: Risk evaluation for eating and nutrition, Version II)},
  author={Heather H Keller and Richard E Goy and S-L Kane},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={59},
  pages={1149-1157}
}
Background:Nutrition risk screening for community-living seniors is of great interest in the health arena. However, to be useful, nutrition risk indices need to be valid and reliable. The following three studies describe construct validation, test–retest and inter-rater reliability of SCREEN II.Methods:Study (1) seniors were recruited from the general community and from a geriatrician's clinic to complete a nutritional assessment and SCREEN II. 193 older adults provided medical and nutritional… CONTINUE READING

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