Process evaluation outcomes from a global child obesity prevention intervention
The study provides process evaluation data relating to the experiences of groups implementing the EPODE approach to child obesity prevention in various locations around the world. This study investigates the barriers and facilitators to program implementation in program sites around the world to assist in developing strategies to enhance program outcomes. Main concerns of the various EPODE programs were their ability to secure ongoing funding and their access to evidence-based intervention methods and policy advice relating to relationships with third parties.
January 1, 2014
Pettigrew S, Borys JM , Ruault du Plessis H , Walter L, T-K Huang T, Levi J & Vinck J
Children's Service/Child Care, Community Garden, Community Kitchen, Community-at-large, Recreation Centre, School
Children (4-11), Youth (12-17)