304. Informed Feeding: Data-Driven Nutrition Education and Intervention

FNCE Recorded Sessions from 2018

In this session, the speakers highlight two ongoing research projects focused on improving and evaluating point of service nutrition education and on data collection and utilization efforts.

  • SKU FNCE18304
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$32.00
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This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2018.

Recently, the Dietetics Practice-Based Research Network has been expanding to support public health nutrition focused projects. In this session, the speakers highlight two ongoing research projects focused on improving and evaluating point of service nutrition education and on data collection and utilization efforts in collaboration with Feeding America and the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger. Participants will learn about efforts to develop and test best practice point of service nutrition education interventions in Feeding America food banks to improve food bank client experience, knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy for healthy eating behaviors, and about efforts to pilot expansion of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Health Informatics Infrastructure (ANDHII) to support the collection and reporting of data to inform food bank efforts around service delivery and food quality in the community.

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 9060, 6070, 7180

Learning Objectives

  • Describe different research approaches that can be used to inform and evaluate food security-related interventions.
  • Identify and evaluate point of service education materials, environmental changes (nudges), organizational support and policies aimed at improving food bank client experience, knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy for healthy eating.
  • Describe the augmentations that are being made to ANDHII to support data collection and utilization in public health nutrition settings.

Speaker

  • Amy Knoblock-Hahn, PhD, MPH, MS, RD
  • Lauri Wright, PhD, RDN

Moderator

  • Christine Rivera, RD
  • SKU FNCE18304