Nutrition Monitoring: Establishing a Model Program (Google eBook)
DIANE Publishing, Aug 1, 1996 - 88 pages
Identifies features of a model nutrition monitoring system & examines approaches to incorporating those features in the National Nutrition Monitoring & Related Research Program. Presents & describes features of a model nutrition monitoring system & shows the strengths & weaknesses of various strategies for achieving four of the model features. Some parts of the program which are discussed are: coordinated sets of activities, continuous data supply, reliable inferences about subpopulations, & support for state & local monitoring activities.
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10-year plan addition appendix Approaches to Coordinating brfss central statistical agency chapter collection of data community-based nutrition monitoring Continuous Collection continuous data Coordinating the Nutrition costs csfii Current Nutrition Monitoring Current Population Survey data collection activities data users example expert advisers federal nutrition monitoring food security groups and small Health and Nutrition hhanes high-performance computing Hispanic household identified implementation improved indirect estimation Inferences About Subpopulations information on subpopulations Interagency Board major Model Features Model Nutrition Monitoring model program Monitoring and Related National Nutrition Monitoring national surveys nfcs nhanes nnmrrp activities nutrition monitoring activities nutrition monitoring data Nutrition Monitoring Program nutrition-related nutritional status objectives oversampling panel past evaluations PedNSS and pnss population potential approaches Potential Options priorities random digit dialing response rates small geographic areas special studies specific staff state-based surveillance systems subpopulation groups Supporting Reliable Inferences Survey of data Table usda and hhs users of nutrition
Page 74 - The Council shall assist in carrying out the purposes of this Act, provide scientific and technical advice on the development and implementation of the coordinated program and comprehensive plan, and serve in an advisory capacity to the Secretaries" (of Agriculture and Health and Human Services).
Page 82 - program. 5. This section has been changed to reflect the lack of coverage of American Indians and Alaska Natives living on reservations by the national household sampling frame. Appendix V Major Contributors to This Report Program Evaluation and Methodology Division John Oppenheim, Assistant Director Leslie Riggin,
Page 12 - Nutrition Surveillance System (pedNSS), Pregnancy Nutrition Surveillance System (PNSS), and Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). Participating states collect the data for these systems with technical and other kinds of assistance from HHS. Both PedNss and PNSS rely on data from clinic records from publicly
Page 22 - ideal federal nutrition monitoring program would have a coordinated set of activities that provides data on a continuous basis, covers important population groups, and supports state and local monitoring activities. Coordination is the key both to the efficiency of the system and its responsiveness to the needs of data users. A continuous flow of data 'Hearings before the House Subcommittee on Domestic and International Scientific Planning, Analysis and Cooperation,
Page 1 - limitations of various strategies for achieving four of the model features. As arranged with your office, we will be sending copies of this report to the
Page 78 - Program Evaluation and Methodology Division US General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548 Dear Mr. Chan : The Public Health Service has reviewed the General
Page 37 - Expand interagency cooperation OSTP Coordinate research and development activities in other agencies Review and participate in the annual formulation of the budgets related to science, research, and development
Page 42 - Dependent on flexibility of surveys Although the provision of continuous data is one of the objectives identified in the Interagency Board's 10-year plan, not one of the three major NNMRRP surveys—NFCS, CSFII, or