What influences health behavior? Learning from caregivers of young children in Viet Nam.

@article{Dearden2002WhatIH,
  title={What influences health behavior? Learning from caregivers of young children in Viet Nam.},
  author={Kirk A. Dearden and Le Nga Quan and Mai Do and D. W. R. M. Marsh and Dirk G. Schroeder and Helena Pach{\'o}n and Tran Thi Lang},
  journal={Food and nutrition bulletin},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 4 Suppl},
  pages={119-29}
}
Globally, the caregiving behaviors that contribute to good nutritional status are well understood; but it is not clear why some caregivers perform these behaviors while others do not. This formative qualitative research was designed to improve understanding about what distinguishes caregivers who practice optimal behaviors from those who do not. This study is a one-time, cross-sectional baseline assessment of factors that affect nutrition-related behavior change. It took place in a rural… CONTINUE READING

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