Multi-Level Barriers To Art Adherence Among Hiv-Infected Women In Rural Eswatini: A Mixed Methods Approach, 2019 University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Multi-Level Barriers To Art Adherence Among Hiv-Infected Women In Rural Eswatini: A Mixed Methods Approach, Nozipho Becker
Eswatini has the highest global prevalence of HIV despite universal access to free treatment. Lack of compliance continues to be a significant challenge for HIV care and management programs throughout the country. Studies investigating barriers to antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, particularly in women, who are the most vulnerable to HIV infections, are limited. The disproportionate impact of HIV on women can be attributed to multiple risk factors at the individual, household, and community/structural levels. Women living in rural settings are particularly at risk as a result of socio-cultural and environmental vulnerabilities such as oppressive traditional practices, intimate partner violence ...
Effect Of Nutritional Intervention On Patients With Gastroparesis, 2019 Thomas Jefferson University
Effect Of Nutritional Intervention On Patients With Gastroparesis, Emily Rubin, Rd, Melissa Viscuso, Rd, Kamal Amer, Md, Joseph Yoo, Md, Anthony Dimarino, Md, Stephanie Moleski, Md
Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Posters
- Utilize the PAGI-SYM survey as an assessment tool in following clinical symptoms of patients with GP.
- Determine if a formal consultation with a Registered Dietitian (RD) provided benefit to patients documented gastroparesis.
What Are Advantages Of Oil Scrub At A Glance, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
What Are Advantages Of Oil Scrub At A Glance, Richard Sulevan
Food & Culture In Japan, 2019 University of New England
Food & Culture In Japan, Zachary York
All Student-Created Educational Resources
This fact sheet explores traditional foods and dishes, eating patterns, health beliefs and current food practices within Japanese culture. Included within the educational material is an exploration of staple foods, symbolic foods, and foods with special meaning. The traditional Japanese diet, called Washoku, is is listed in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage category. Traditional eating patterns, including use of utensils like chopsticks and bowls called “wan”, are identified. The atmosphere of eating is also examined by looking at the four elements of taste, comprising of preserving natural flavor, quick preparation, incorporating foreign foods, and creating art and performing ritual through ...
Iraqi Cultural Foods Fact Sheet, 2019 University of New England
Iraqi Cultural Foods Fact Sheet, University Of New England Applied Nutrition Program
All Student-Created Educational Resources
This fact sheet discusses traditional cultural foods for Iraqi and Arab individuals. It includes popular foods, spices, and dishes, as well as holiday eating habits, typical food patterns, and immigrant nutrition habits in America.
Improving The Health Benefits Of Snap Bean: Genome-Wide Association Studies Of Total Phenolic Content, 2019 Oregon State University
Improving The Health Benefits Of Snap Bean: Genome-Wide Association Studies Of Total Phenolic Content, James R. Myers, Lyle T. Wallace, Samira Mafi Moghaddam, Adrienne E. Kleintop, Dimas Echeverria, Henry J. Thompson, Mark A. Brick, Rian Lee, Phillip E. Mcclean
Open Access Articles
Snap beans are a significant source of micronutrients in the human diet. Among the micronutrients present in snap beans are phenolic compounds with known beneficial effects on human health, potentially via their metabolism by the gut-associated microbiome. The genetic pathways leading to the production of phenolics in snap bean pods remain uncertain. In this study, we quantified the level of total phenolic content (TPC) in the Bean Coordinated Agriculture Program (CAP) snap bean diversity panel of 149 accessions. The panel was characterized spectrophotometrically for phenolic content with a Folin-Ciocalteu colorimetric assay. Flower, seed and pod color were also quantified, as ...
The Land Of Meat And Potatoes? Exploring Ireland’S Vegan And Vegetarian Foodscape, 2019 University of Kent at Canterbury
The Land Of Meat And Potatoes? Exploring Ireland’S Vegan And Vegetarian Foodscape, Corey Lee Wrenn
Corey Lee Wrenn, PhD
While it would not be accurate to suggest that Ireland is a hub of veganism or vegetarianism, too often it is written off as inherently unsympathetic to the ethics of plant-based eating and anti-speciesist politics. While it is true that Irish culture is historically tied to speciesism and its economy is especially dependent upon “meat” and dairy production, Ireland’s relationship with other animals is complex and sometimes forgiving. This essay seeks to bring shape to the Irish vegan ethic, one that can be traced along its history of animism, agrarianism, ascendency, adaptation, and activism. From its pagan roots to ...
Panel 1 Paper 1.3: Le Paysage Rural Patrimonial, Outil Et Projet Au Service De La Lutte Contre Le Réchauffement Climatique, 2019 Collectif Paysages de l'après pétrole
Panel 1 Paper 1.3: Le Paysage Rural Patrimonial, Outil Et Projet Au Service De La Lutte Contre Le Réchauffement Climatique, Régis Ambroise
Rural Heritage - Landscapes and Beyond / PATRIMOINE RURAL: Paysages et au-delà
Cette intervention fait référence au paragraphe de la résolution19GA 2017/30 du Conseil International des Monuments et des Sites indiquant que « la 19° Assemblée générale de l’ICOMOS… salue l’adoption de l’accord de Paris et encourage tous les membres de l’ICOMOS à renforcer leurs efforts pour appuyer sa mise en œuvre et identifier les réponses qui s’appuient sur le patrimoine ou les paysages culturels… ». Elle prend l’exemple de la façon dont les paysages de terrasses ont été abordés ces dernières années dans trois situations différentes : en France, dans le Guizhou en Chine et dans le ...
Developing A Vibrant And Sustainable Regional Food System: Suggestions For Community-Based Groups, 2019 Iowa State University
Developing A Vibrant And Sustainable Regional Food System: Suggestions For Community-Based Groups, Richard S. Pirog, Gretchen A. Zdorkowski, Kamyar Enshayan, Christine Pardee, Ken Meter, Kory Beidler, Craig Chase, Susan Futrell, Andrew Hug
This report was the original concept plan for the Regional Food Systems Working Group. It outlines a vision for creating a vibrant, sustainable food system across Iowa.
Evaluating Economic Impacts Of Local Food Purchasing In Several Market Channels In Black Hawk/Surrounding Counties, 2019 University of Northern Iowa
Evaluating Economic Impacts Of Local Food Purchasing In Several Market Channels In Black Hawk/Surrounding Counties, Kamyar Enshayan
This is a final report of work done by the UNI Local Foods Project and its impact in the northeast Iowa region. The work was supported by a mini-grant from the Regional Food Systems Working Group. The project has evolved to become the Northern Iowa Food & Farm Partnership.
Increasing Access To Healthy, Fresh And Local Food To Students In Three Rural Public Schools In Northeast Iowa, 2019 University of Northern Iowa
Increasing Access To Healthy, Fresh And Local Food To Students In Three Rural Public Schools In Northeast Iowa, Kamyar Enshayan
How can we increase capacity of food service directors to improve school lunches with local fruits and vegetables? Through regular meeting and sharing of insights among food service directors, small mini-grants, and offering technical assistance in developing supply chains that meet schools’ needs.
Local Food In Every Pot: Growing Farmers In Northeastern Iowa Through Public And Private Partnerships, 2019 University of Northern Iowa
Local Food In Every Pot: Growing Farmers In Northeastern Iowa Through Public And Private Partnerships, Kamyar Enshayan
A group of north Iowa urban women who faced numerous life challenges learned about self-sufficiency through their joint efforts of planning, planting, growing and harvesting produce from a community garden.
Community Economic Impact Assessment For A Multi-County Local Food System In Northeast Iowa, 2019 University of Northern Iowa
Community Economic Impact Assessment For A Multi-County Local Food System In Northeast Iowa, Kamyar Enshayan
The positive results of a decade's worth of investment in local food systems in the Black Hawk County area were documented.
Evaluating The Impact Of A Decade Of Regional Food System Work On Growers In Northeast Iowa, 2019 University of Northern Iowa
Evaluating The Impact Of A Decade Of Regional Food System Work On Growers In Northeast Iowa, Kamyar Enshayan
Among the 14 farmers responding to the email question “Is Northern Iowa Food and Farm Partnership (NIFFP) helping create a vibrant local food system in their area?” 66.7 percent responded that it was somewhat valuable, with another 25 percent saying it is very valuable.
Using Ripple Effects Maps To Identify Story Threads: A Framework To Link Private To Public Value, 2019 University of Maine
Using Ripple Effects Maps To Identify Story Threads: A Framework To Link Private To Public Value, Jane E. Haskell, Barbara A. Baker, Melissa D. Olfert, Sarah E. Colby, Lisa Franzen-Castle, Kendra K. Kattelmann, Adrienne A. White
Health and Nutritional Sciences Faculty Publications
Extension professionals must demonstrate organizational value to garner public awareness and support. Measuring and communicating outcomes that have public value can be challenging. In this study, Ripple Effects Mapping incorporating the Community Capitals Framework was used to evaluate a childhood obesity prevention study, iCook 4-H, of youth-adult pairs in Maine. The objective was to describe the process of generating impact statements through story threads about program benefits to the participants and the potential benefits to nonparticipants, such as family members, friends, and other community members. Extension professionals can use storylines, or story threads, as a qualitative research technique to generate ...
College Field Preceptor Contracted Partnership, 2019 Lehigh Valley Health Network
College Field Preceptor Contracted Partnership, Kimberly Procaccino Mba, Rd, Ldn, Melissa Faura Rd, Ldn, Ann Flickinger Ms, Rd, Ldn, Susan Gargano Rd, Ldn
Clinical Nutrition Service
No abstract provided.
The Development And Implementation Of “Mission Nutrition”: An After-School Nutrition Education Program For Youth Grades Kindergarten Through Fifth, 2019 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The Development And Implementation Of “Mission Nutrition”: An After-School Nutrition Education Program For Youth Grades Kindergarten Through Fifth, Rachel Maloy
Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Childhood overweight, obesity, and food insecurity are serious problems that are especially prevalent in low-income areas. Belmont Elementary School serves many children from low-income households (classified as a Title I school with 82.6% of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch) and, thus, was a perfect setting for the birth of an original nutrition curriculum.
A six-week after-school nutrition education program called “Mission Nutrition” was developed and implemented at Belmont Elementary School over the course of three and a half years. While originally designed for third through fifth grade students, the program was adapted for kindergarten, first, and second grade ...
Mining’S Impact On Environmental And Human Health: A Case Study Of Ramba County’S Gold Mine, 2019 SIT Study Abroad
Mining’S Impact On Environmental And Human Health: A Case Study Of Ramba County’S Gold Mine, Vivika Fernes
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
This research project aims to gain a greater understanding of the health implications that Ramba County’s goldmine has on miners, their families, and the environment. While this study observes the community-at-large, inclusive of visiting miners and extended family members of workers, it will focus on women who engage in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM). Millions of people in the developing word depend on ASGM for their livelihood, evident in this case study in Ramba County. However, while gold is associated with wealth, there is great irony in the fact that those working within the mining industry are being ...
Extending The Holding Time For Agricultural Water Testing Epa Method 1603 For Produce Growers, 2019 Iowa State University
Extending The Holding Time For Agricultural Water Testing Epa Method 1603 For Produce Growers, Manreet S. Bhullar, Angela M. Shaw, Joseph M. Hannan, Smaranda Andrews
Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications
Agricultural water is a known vector for the transfer of foodborne pathogens onto fresh produce. Development of pre-harvest and post-harvest microbial profiles of agricultural water used by fresh produce growers, processors, and holdings is a requirement under the Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule. One of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) approved agricultural water testing methods is US EPA Method 1603, which requires no greater than a 6-h time frame between the collection of the water sample and initiation of analysis. This 6-h timeframe is unrealistic for many produce growers due to there being few laboratories ...
How To Buy Best Keto Supplements Choices, 2019 Bryant University