1 edition of Proceedings of the Dissemination Seminar for Nutrition Baseline Survey found in the catalog.
Proceedings of the Dissemination Seminar for Nutrition Baseline Survey
by Child Health and Development Centre, Makerere University, Women and Infant Nutrition Support (WINS) Project, Education Development Centre in [Kampala], Washington D.C., U.S.A
Written in English
|Statement||facilitated by Jessica Jitta, Louise Sserunjogi.|
|Contributions||Jitta, J. S., Sserunjogi, Louise., Child Health and Development Centre (Uganda), Women and Infant Nutrition Support Project., Dissemination Seminar for Nutrition Baseline Survey (1995 : Rukungiri District, Catholic Social Centre)|
|LC Classifications||TX360.U332 R857 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||96980026|
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The objective of a nutrition survey is derived from the purpose of nutrition-related projects. The survey should. Dissemination Seminar for Nutrition Baseline Survey,( Rukungiri District, Catholic Social Centre) Title(s): Proceedings of the Dissemination Seminar for Nutrition Baseline Survey: Rukungiri District, Catholic Social Centre, 17th April / facilitated by Jessica Jitta, Louise Sserunjogi.
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Methods To disseminate the. Baseline Nutrition and Food Security Survey - 4 Survey design Survey design The survey was designed to provide information on a representative sample of house-holds in the target intervention areas of the Nutrition Programme.
The target areas are six districts of Northern Albania - Kukes and Shkodra Prefectures - and 2 peri-urban. • The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) is a program of studies designed to assess the health and nutritional status of adults and children in the United States, and to track changes over time.
• Findings from the survey are used to determine the prevalence of major diseases and risk factors for diseases. The Nutrition Environment Measures Surveys (NEMS) are valid and reliable observational measures of the nutrition environment.
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Basic principles and data dissemination standard. A central piece of reference for the Census and Statistics Department in carrying out its statistical activities is the Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics adopted by the United Nations in In respect of statistics obtained through surveys, only aggregate statistical data are.
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In Proceedings of the Second Horticulture Seminar on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics, eds. John M. Wesonga, Turoop Losenge, and Cirus K. Ndung’u October 6th–9th August Disseminating survey findings. Traditionally, survey data are first disseminated by researchers, by way of papers at conferences and other scientific meetings and journals articles, book chapters and in some cases entire books on the survey.
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BackgroundThe need for optimal study designs in dissemination and implementation (D&I) research is increasingly recognized. Despite the wide range of study designs available for D&I research, we lack understanding of the types of designs and methodologies that are routinely used in the field.
This review assesses the designs and methodologies in recently proposed D&I studies and provides Cited by: PETER LURIE, JAMES G.
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Design: A cluster-randomized trial with a cross-sectional out-come assessment at baseline and 12 months later.
Setting: Intensive care units in Canada.