Here are the supporting materials for Episode 23 'HAES Intervention Research Update'
This episode looks at the components and outcomes of interventions for individuals based on the Health at Every Size principles. I take a look at the randomised controlled trials by Bacon, Mensinger and Ulian in order to highlight intervention themes and outcomes as well as describe the characteristics and usage of quantitative and qualitative research in this field.
- Recognise the key characteristics of quantitative research approaches including systematic reviews and meta-analysis
- Recognise the key characteristics of qualitative research approaches including narrative reviews
- Appreciate key HAES based intervention research to date
This download includes:
- Learning outcomes
- Links to key articles
- Further reading
- Summary information
- Self-Test Quiz (with answers!)
Episode 23 Supporting Materials
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