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Dyer, K. J.; Fearon, K. C. H.; Buckner, K.; Richardson, R. A. – Health Education Journal, 2004
Objective: To establish the dietary knowledge, attitudes and potential barriers to change of patients attending a colorectal outpatient clinic. Design: Use of a semistructured interview to generate qualitative and quantitative data. Setting: A regional colorectal outpatient clinic within Edinburgh. Method: Patients attending clinic with colorectal…
Descriptors: Health Promotion, Nutrition, Educational Attainment, Cancer
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Russell, Bridie; Richards, Helen; Jones, Anni; Hoddinott, Pat – Health Education Journal, 2004
"Setting" A single primary school which serves a mixed socioeconomic area in the north of Scotland. "Method" Parents gave demographic details about their family and information about whether their children had been breastfed. Twenty- three children, aged 6, took part in three focus groups which were conducted by two…
Descriptors: Childrens Art, Focus Groups, Infants, Nutrition
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Wimbush, Erica; Tannahill, Carol; Hanlon, Phil – Health Education Journal, 2004
Scotland has the worst health in the United Kingdom; worse than comparable areas like the industrial North East of England. Scotland's health also lags behind comparable European countries. In fact, the nearest neighbours in the health "league table" of European nations are Slovenia and Portugal. One has only a limited understanding of…
Descriptors: Health Promotion, Public Health, Drinking, Foreign Countries
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