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Action-Oriented Population Nutrition Research: High Demand but Limited Supply.

Pham J, Pelletier D - Glob Health Sci Pract (2015)

Bottom Line: Of all 80 articles that had at least 1 action-oriented research characteristic, only 5 articles (6.25%) embodied all 5 characteristics.Articles with action-oriented research covered a broad range of topics and processes/influences, including policy, workforce development, and schools, as well as actors, such as program staff, store owners, parents, and school staff.In addition, various research methods were used, such as stakeholder analysis, ethnographic narrative, iterative action research, and decision tree modeling, as well as different approaches, including participant-observer and community-based participatory research.

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Affiliation: Cornell University, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Ithaca, NY, USA.

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Mentions: Of the 52 articles from nutrition journals that had 1 or more action-oriented research characteristic, 69% fulfilled the criteria for “topic(s) of study,” 81% for “processes/influences,” 44% for “actors,” 31% for “method,” and 31% for “approach” (Table 2). Only 2% of the articles embodied all 5 characteristics while 17% embodied only 1 characteristic, 35% embodied 2 characteristics, 25% embodied 3 characteristics, and 21% embodied 4 characteristics (Figure).


Action-Oriented Population Nutrition Research: High Demand but Limited Supply.

Pham J, Pelletier D - Glob Health Sci Pract (2015)

Number of Action-Oriented Research Characteristics in Nutrition Papers by Journal Type (N=80)
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f01: Number of Action-Oriented Research Characteristics in Nutrition Papers by Journal Type (N=80)
Mentions: Of the 52 articles from nutrition journals that had 1 or more action-oriented research characteristic, 69% fulfilled the criteria for “topic(s) of study,” 81% for “processes/influences,” 44% for “actors,” 31% for “method,” and 31% for “approach” (Table 2). Only 2% of the articles embodied all 5 characteristics while 17% embodied only 1 characteristic, 35% embodied 2 characteristics, 25% embodied 3 characteristics, and 21% embodied 4 characteristics (Figure).

Bottom Line: Of all 80 articles that had at least 1 action-oriented research characteristic, only 5 articles (6.25%) embodied all 5 characteristics.Articles with action-oriented research covered a broad range of topics and processes/influences, including policy, workforce development, and schools, as well as actors, such as program staff, store owners, parents, and school staff.In addition, various research methods were used, such as stakeholder analysis, ethnographic narrative, iterative action research, and decision tree modeling, as well as different approaches, including participant-observer and community-based participatory research.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Cornell University, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Ithaca, NY, USA.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus