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Date of this Version

Summer 8-10-2016

Document Type

Poster

Citation

Jaber, H., Rida, Zainab. The impact of nutrition and physical activity education on the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of Muslim youth from various backgrounds. Poster presented at: UCARE poster fair; 2016 August; Nebraska, United States.

Comments

The data analysis for this study was not completed for the poster presentation date. The data analysis will be ready in the Spring of 2017.

Copyright © 2016 Hana Jaber & Zainab Rida

Abstract

The Islamic Foundation of Lincoln is a growing population within Lincoln including many different racial backgrounds, ethnic identities, and languages. Due to these various backgrounds communication may impair the education of families as well as their attitudes and behaviors. Although there are programs developed for many other minority groups, the Muslim (population comprising the Islamic Foundation of Lincoln) population does not have any data obtained from the community in terms of nutrition and physical activity behaviors, attitudes, and knowledge. This study seeks to understand if there are barriers to communication and if the intervention enhanced nutrition knowledge. This poster reflects the data method collections and purpose of research.

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