February 20, 2023 12 p.m.End:
February 20, 2023 1 p.m.Location: Health Professions Building
Dr. Glenn Stone
Join the College of Health for this faculty research presentation.
Development of a Food Quality Screener to Measure Diet as a Vital Sign
Session Description: This presentation will cover the translational research and development of a new diet screening tool based on the five theoretical and five practice-based factors established by the American Heart Association’s 2020 scientific statement for evaluating dietary screening tools. An equally vital goal in the development of the Food Quality Screener was to go above and beyond by design to accommodate participants with low or limited health literacy. Evidenced-based results on understandability and actionability assessments will also be presented.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Jerome Kotecki
About Jerome Kotecki: He is a Professor of Health Science in the Department of Nutrition and Health Science. His recent research focuses on transformative preventive behaviors that will likely result in a sustainable impact on actual outcomes for priority populations. He has authored Physical Activity & Health: An Interactive Approach (5e) and co-authored (with Lynch & Vail-Smith) Choosing Health (3e).
Please join is in HB 433 at NOON for this in-person presentation.