Chapter 16 Gaining Cultural Competence in Community Nutrition
What is Cultural Competence?
developing attitudes, skills, and levels of awareness that enable one to provide culturally appropriate, respectful, and relevant interventions
Your Family, Your Cu
CHAPTER5 PRINCIPLESOF EPIDEMIOLOGY
Focuses on health problems of populations rather than of individuals Cornerstone methodology of public health research Highly regarded in evidence-based medicine for identifying risk factors for disease and
Chapter 14 Chapter World Hunger and Food World Insecurity Insecurity
Hunger in the World Hunger
Soaringfoodpriceshave triggeredworldwideconcern aboutthreatstoglobalfood security
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Chapter 13 Healthy Aging: Nutrition Assessment, Services, and Programs
Inevitable, natural process programmed into our genes at conception
Does good nutrition prolong life?
Yes and No
Yes, as it helps to increase the life expectancy (average at deat
Chapter 9 Health Care Systems and Policy
Governments have a responsibility for the health of their peoples which can be fulfilled only by the provision of adequate health and social services.
World Health Organization
2006 Americans spent $2.1
Chapter 7 A National Agenda for the Nations Health
What are the National Nutrition Issues?
Obesity Hunger Malnutrition
National Nutrition Policy
Chapter 6 The Art and Science of Policy Making
The course of action chosen by public authorities to address a given problem
To fashion strategies for solving public problems
Process by which authorities decide which actions to
Chapter 18 Marketing Nutrition and Health Promotion
is the process by which individuals and groups get what they need and want by creating and exchanging products and values with others.
What is Social Marketing?
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