A randomized controlled trial of a community-based nutrition education program for low-income parents.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:Assess effectiveness of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program on nutrition behaviors post-education and longitudinally. DESIGN:Switching replications randomized experimental design. Participants randomly assigned to immediate education (IE) or delayed education (DE). Participants in IE received intervention the first 8 weeks, and those in DE the second 8 weeks, with no intervention during alternate periods. Data were collected in 3 repeated measures. PARTICIPANTS:Parents (n = 168 randomized; n = 134 completed) of children in 2 Head Start and 6 low-income schools. INTERVENTION:Eight weekly workshops, based on Eating Right is Basic-Enhanced adapted to incorporate dialogue approach with experiential learning. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:Ten-item self-reported behavior checklist on nutrition, food resource management, food safety, and food security; responses on a 5-point scale reporting frequency of behavior. ANALYSIS:Chi-square, analysis of variance, and multiple regression. RESULTS:Groups were demographically similar. Both groups reported improved behaviors pre- to post-education (P < .05). There was no significant difference between groups at Time 1 (T1) or DE control period (T1 vs T2). Changed IE behavior was retained T2 to T3. A multiple regression model of overall change, controlling for T1 score and educator, showed significant improvement (n = 134, β = 5.72, P < .001). CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS:Positive outcomes were supported by this experimental study in a usual program context, with reported behavior changes retained at least 2 months.

journal_name

J Nutr Educ Behav

authors

Dollahite JS,Pijai EI,Scott-Pierce M,Parker C,Trochim W

doi

10.1016/j.jneb.2013.09.004

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2014-03-01 00:00:00

pages

102-9

issue

2

eissn

1499-4046

issn

1878-2620

pii

S1499-4046(13)00628-3

journal_volume

46

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