3188.0 Individual, Social, and Environmental Influences on Dietary Practices

Monday, October 29, 2012: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Board 1
Eating out is associated with higher caloric, fat and sugar intake in a Type 2 Diabetic population: The Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)
Bethany Hendrickson, MPH, Andrew Karter, PhD, Nancy E. Adler, PhD, Eric C. Kong, MS, Howard Moffet, MPH, Dean Schillinger, MD, Margaret Warton, MPH and Barbara A. Laraia, PhD, MPH, RD
Board 4
Food experiences, perceptions, and preferences among restaurant patrons in two Wisconsin communities: Implications for obesity prevention
Anne Escaron, Ana Martinez-Donate, PhD, Amy Meinen, F. Javier Nieto, MD, MPH, PhD, Susan Nitzke, Norma-Jean Simon, Bev Hall, Anne Menzies, Marilyn Herman and Gary Garske
Board 5
Perceived self-efficacy in reading Nutrition Facts labels about salt content in a public health clinic population: Los Angeles County, California
Patricia L. Cummings, MPH, Tony Kuo, MD, MSHS, Brenda Robles, MPH, Gloria Kim, MPH and Lisa V. Smith, MS, DrPH
Board 6
Relationship Between Body Weight and Quality of Life in Older Adults with Medicare Supplement Insurance
Kevin Hawkins, PhD, Frank G. Bottone, PhD LDN, Shirley Musich, PhD, Ronald J. Ozminkowski, PhD, Yan Cheng, MA, Richard J. Migliori, MD and Charlotte S. Yeh, MD
Board 8
Mobile Markets as a setting for nutrition education: Findings from a community-engaged pilot project
Courtenay Kessler, MS, Paul Hunter, MD, Amy E. Harley, PhD, MPH, RD, Yvonne Greer, MPH, RD, CD, CLC and David A. Frazer, MPH
Board 9
Impacts of a farmers' market incentive program on fruit and vegetable access, purchase, and consumption
Lauren Olsho, PhD, Gayle Payne, PhD, Deborah Klein Walker, EdD, Sabrina S. Baronberg, MPH, Jan Jernigan, PhD and Alyson Abrami, RD, MPH

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Organized by: Food and Nutrition
Endorsed by: APHA-Student Assembly, School Health Education and Services, Women's Caucus

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