Distinguished Professor, Family Medicine and Public Health
University of California, San Diego

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Family Health Project

 

This project, conducted from 1984-1990, tested the effectiveness of a family-based health behavior change intervention in two ethnic groups. The aim was to help family members initiate and maintain dietary and physical activity behaviors believed to be linked to risk factors for cardiovascular disease. A multi-part survey was used to evaluate program outcomes and psychosocial mediators.

Main Citation:

Nader, P.R., Sallis, J.F., Abramson, I.S., Broyles, S.L., Patterson, T.L., Senn, K., Rupp, J.W., and Nelson, J.A.(1992). Family-based cardiovascular risk reduction education among Mexican- and Anglo-Americans. Family and Community Health, 15, 57-74

               
   

Family Health Projects Survey

 

Self-administered survey of household physical activity, dietary habits, and related psychosocial factors.    
           

 

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