Haldeman, Lauren

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Development of peer-led youth theater as a nutrition education tool to promote the healthy traditional Latino diet 2006 3854 "The overall purpose of my research was to develop culturally appropriate nutrition education for Latino immigrants. In phase one, a needs assessment was conducted with the low-income Latina population (N=166) in Guilford County, North Carolina. Seve...
Differences in weight status, dietary quality, and dietary behavior across income and ethnic groups : analysis of 1999-2002 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007 1497 "Research indicates that low income, minorities are at increased risk for poor dietary behaviors leading to weight gain and poor overall health status. A secondary data analysis of the 1999-2002 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey was co...
Differences in nutrition knowledge, attitudes and beliefs among low income Hispanic and African American women caretakers 2011 8968 The purpose of this study was to: (1) determine the differences in nutrition knowledge, attitudes, beliefs (KAB), and self efficacy among low income African American and Hispanic women; (2) identify the associations that these variables have on diet ...
A tailored nutrition intervention to reduce cardiovascular disease risk in low-income African American women 2011 6078 African Americans suffer disproportionately from higher rates of diet related chronic diseases compared with Caucasians. The purpose of this project was to design and implement a nutrition education intervention to reduce cardiovascular disease risk ...
Factors associated with dietary intake of low income African American female caretakers 2006 3078 "African American (AA) females are at a high risk for poverty and poor health status. A nutrition needs assessment was conducted with a convenience sample (N=100) of AA female caretakers of children < 12 years recruited from Guilford County, NC's Sp...
Step up MyPyramid – comparing teaching methods for limited resource elementary school children: a pilot study 2009 3577 School based nutrition interventions have been shown to improve nutrition behaviors among elementary school-aged children; however, limited research has been done in low- income, ethnically diverse schools. Utilizing constructs from the Social Cognit...
Development and pretesting of culturally appropriate nutrition education materials and messages for low income Latina immigrants of Guilford County. 2009 3876 The purpose of this study was to develop and pre-test culturally appropriate, theoretically-based nutrition education materials targeting low-income Latina immigrant caretakers in Guilford County, North Carolina. Six focus groups and three household ...
Eating regulation and nutrition intervention among African American women caretakers of young children 2020 521 African American female caretakers may be placed at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease due to parental demands and greater prevalence of cardiovascular co-morbid conditions in African American women. While it is known that diet quality contribut...
Child influence on dietary behaviors in low-income families 2013 854 Literature suggests that in certain populations, such as Hispanic families, children may have strong influence on dietary behaviors for the entire family. Additionally, a family environment where parents are more often compliant to their child's requ...
Perceptions of nutrition education and the role of dietitians at a medical school in the Czech Republic: an international collaboration 2021 133 The overall purpose of this research was to assess the perceptions about nutrition education and the role of dietitians at a medical school in the Czech Republic. This work represents an international collaboration between The University of North Car...
Medical providers’ perceptions of and response to adolescent hypertension : the role of social determinants of health in messaging 2021 171 The objective of this study was to identify medical providers’ perceptions of and response to adolescent hypertension (HTN) and to identify if and how social determinants of health (SDOH) play a role in the medical providers’ messaging to these adole...
Let’s talk about food: an examination of the dietary and health perceptions, behaviors, knowledge, and interests of newcomer youth and caregivers 2016 872 The overall purpose of this research was to examine the dietary and health perceptions, behaviors, knowledge, and interests of newcomer youth (ages 12–17) and caregivers. This work included three components: facilitated discussions with caregivers, f...
Utilizing children as change agents to promote healthy family lifestyle behaviors 2017 253 Objective: To assess the impact of a healthy choices and activities intervention program utilizing goal coaches to guide adolescents as positive change agents for Latino parental/caregiver family food decisions Study Design, Setting, and Participants...
The association of fathers' nutrition knowledge and father food-parenting practices with child BMI percentile 2022 118 This study examined North Carolina fathers of school-aged children (6-11 years) with a focus on father nutrition knowledge and food-parenting practices and whether there was an association with changes in child BMI percentile. Father coercive control...
Parental perceptions of school meal programs in Guilford County, NC 2011 1536 The purpose of this study was to assess parental perceptions of school meal programs (SMP) and the extent to which school meal participation helps meet monthly household food needs. Focus groups and individual interviews using a semi structured quest...
Obesity, dietary behaviors, and level of physical activity among low- income children in Guilford county 2011 3296 Childhood obesity has more than tripled over the past four decades and disproportionately affects low-income and minority populations. The objective of this study was to examine and compare obesity rates and diet and physical activity behaviors of lo...
Medical staff perceptions regarding pediatric weight management from a low-income community health clinic 2012 1473 Childhood obesity rates have tripled over the last thirty years and currently one in three children are overweight or obese. Primary care providers identify and provide counseling to parents with overweight and obese children. There is evidence that ...