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The 24-Hour Food Recall: An Essential Tool in Nutrition Education

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Developer
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.
Year
2010

This in-service training program provides instruction for conducting a 24 hour food recall. The videotape has built in stopping points for the instructor to conduct nine activities to reinforce learning. The key topics include: establishing trust, using body language, improving accuracy tips, using open-ended and follow up questions, creating a recall kit, analyzing serving sizes, reviewing a food recall and coding foods properly for computer analysis. 2nd Edition.

Funding Source
USDA Food Stamp Program. Oklahoma State Cooperative Extension Service.
Free Material
No
Cost ($)
$40.00
Evidence
  • Pilot Tested
Evaluation Information

The videotape and facilitator's guide were peer-reviewed by resident faculty at Oklahoma State University. The final product was reviewed by the Journal of Nutrition Education in their "resource materials" section.

Review date
Internal Notes

updated in 2010

Reviewer Initials
SF