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Title Monitoring food habits in the Australian population using short questions
Published Canberra : Commonwealth of Australia, 2001

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 MELB  641.30994 Mar/Mfh  AVAILABLE
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Description x, 102 pages ; 30 cm
Summary There is a growing interest in assessing food habits and population nutrition by Commonwealth, state and territory health departments and by non-government and commercial organisations. This usually takes the form of special purpose surveys, or monitoring, where surveys using a similar design and dietary assessment methods are repeated over time. These have a broad range of objectives but frequently include short questions to assess food habits and breastfeeding practices
Analysis Electronic resource
Notes "This publication is part of the National Food and Nutrition Monitoring and Surveillance Project, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care."
Bibliography References: pages 41-43
Notes Also available via the World Wide Web
Commonwealth of Australia 2001
Subject Health surveys -- Australia.
Nutrition surveys -- Australia.
Food habits -- Research -- Australia.
Nutririon surveys -- Australia
Diet -- Research -- Australia.
Nutrition -- Research -- Australia.
Data Collection.
National Health Programs.
Nutrition Surveys.
Feeding Behavior.
Surveys and Questionnaires.
Australia.
Author Webb, Karen.
Marks, Geoffrey C
Rutishauser, Ingrid H. E.
University of Queensland.
University of Sydney.
Australia. Department of Health and Aged Care.
Australian Food and Nutrition Monitoring Unit.
National Food and Nutrition Monitoring and Surveillance Project (Australia)
ISBN 0642820503