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Effectiveness of interventions to promote healthy eating in people from minority ethnic groups
|Statement||Martin White ... [et al.].|
|Series||Health promotion effectiveness reviews -- no 12|
|Contributions||White, Martin., Health Education Authority.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 124p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
improve environments for healthy eating and activity pat-terns. The resulting articles (7–16) provide insights about prevention and treatment interventions in black children and adults, the efﬁcacy and effectiveness of various approaches, and cultural adaptations. Interventions con-ducted in school settings, churches, other community set-. tandem with promoting the value of culturally relevant interventions, is integral if we are going to provide better care and improve outcomes for diabetes patients in BME groups. My constituency of Ealing Southall is one of the most ethnically diverse in the country, and it is estimated that Ealing CCG has o people with diagnosedFile Size: KB. Research Article Designing Insurance To Improve Value In Health Care Health Affairs Vol No The Potential Impact Of Comparative Effectiveness Research On The Health Of Minority Cited by: Faith-based organizations (FBOs) serve as effective sites for community-based health promotion activities, especially among underserved groups, given their roles as community centers. However, most research has focused on African-American and Latino community churches 1,4; a limited number of studies have engaged other ethnic minority.
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What are the effective* interventions to promote healthy eating in minority ethnic groups**. Population: Minority ethnic groups.
Relevant populations or sub-groups may be studied. Researchers to specify and justify. Intervention (non-NHS): Interventions that aim to improve the healthiness of diet and improve nutrition. Comparator: Non provision or usual practice. Outcomes: Measures related to healthy eating. Effectiveness of Intervention to Promote Healthy Eating in People from Minority Ethnic Groups, a Review (Health Promotion Effectiveness Reviews No.
12) [Martin; Carlin, Leslie; Rankin, Judith & Adamson, Ashley White] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A diet rich in fruit, vegetables and dietary fibre and low in fat is associated with reduced risk of chronic disease.
This review aimed to estimate the effectiveness of interventions to promote healthy diet for primary prevention among participants attending primary care. A systematic review of trials using individual or cluster randomisation of interventions Cited by: There is currently a lack of evidence on how best to deliver smoking cessation, physical activity and healthy eating-related health promotion interventions to ethnic minority populations.
Although culturally adapting interventions can increase salience, acceptability and uptake, there is as yet insufficient evidence on the clinical effectiveness or cost-effectiveness Cited by: A key assumption underpinning the work in this report is that health promotion interventions found to be effective in the general population are also, if appropriately adapted, likely to prove effective in ethnic minority populations.
9 Building on this premise we began our research by first identifying health promotion interventions that have been shown to be effective in promoting smoking cessation, increasing physical activity and improving healthy eating.
Interventions to promote healthy eating make a potentially powerful contribution to the primary prevention of non communicable diseases. It is not known whether healthy eating interventions are equally effective among all sections of the population, nor whether they narrow or widen the health gap between rich and poor.
We undertook a systematic review of interventions to promote healthy eating Cited by: For example, population decreases in dietary fat of 1% to 3% could lower first-time heart attack rates by 25% (7). In a study of working-class African Americans, Type 2 diabetes risk was 50% lower among individuals physically active at any level, and two thirds lower among those who were at least moderately active (8).
To reduce health inequalities, it is important to carry out national surveys on the health and nutritional wellbeing of minority ethnic groups, to identify the gaps in health service provision, develop suitable health initiatives and community strategies to reduce barriers to health care and encourage healthy lifestyle by: Numerous interventions have been designed to specifically increase the PA of adults in at-risk racial/ethnic groups, and a number of reviews have been published examining the overall effectiveness of such interventions.4, 5 This umbrella review provides a summary of those reviews with the goal of facilitating evidence-based decision making Cited by: 2.
Access to foods that support healthy eating patterns contributes to an individual’s health throughout his or her life. 1 Healthy eating habits include controlling calories; eating a variety of foods and beverages from all of the food groups; and limiting intake of saturated and trans fats, added sugars, and sodium.
1 Healthy eating can help lower the risk for chronic disease. 1–4. Development of effective intervention strategies to meet the needs of people with ethnic minority origins is dependent on two factors: an understanding of the.
UK minority ethnic groups as compared to the white population. Within specific minority ethnic groups living in the UK there are examples of further diversification, such as Gilbert and Khokhar’s () review which reported that Pakistanis and Bangladeshis were more likely to eat an English style breakfast of breads andFile Size: KB.
Objective To conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis examining the effectiveness of behavioural interventions targeting diet, physical activity or smoking in low-income adults. Design Systematic review with random effects meta-analyses. Studies before were identified from a previously published systematic review (searching –) Cited by: ethnicity in guidelines and systematic reviews promoting lifestyle interventions: a thematic analysis.
Eur J Public Health Jul Liu J, Davidson E, Bhopal R, White M, Johnson M, Netto G, et al. Adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority groups: a qualitative study.
Health Promotion International. In Size: KB. Objective To review the published literature on the effectiveness of interventions to promote physical activity in children and adolescents. Design Systematic review. Data sources Literature search using PubMed, SCOPUS, Psychlit, Ovid Medline, Sportdiscus, and Embase up to December Review methods Two independent reviewers assessed studies against the Cited by: INTRODUCTION.
Race equality legislation and policies and increasing globalization combine to highlight the importance of including minority ethnic communities in efforts to promote healthier lifestyles and prevent disease (Scottish Executive,).The term ‘culturally sensitive’ has been widely employed to describe initiatives which have been Cited by: Objective Lifestyle interventions that promote physical activity and healthy dietary habits may reduce binge eating symptoms and be more feasible and sustainable among ethnic minority women, who are less likely to seek clinical treatment for eating by: social determinants of health in order to promote health and achieve health equity.
In its landmark report, and again in in an updated report, the Institute of Medicine deined public health as “what we as a society do to collectively assure the conditions in which people can be healthy.”. Objective: To determine whether nutrition interventions widen dietary inequalities across socioeconomic status groups.
Design: Systematic review of interventions that aim to promote healthy eating. Data sources: CINAHL and MEDLINE were searched between and Review methods: Studies were included if they were randomised controlled trials or concurrent controlled trials of interventions Cited by: Interventions to Improve Minority Health Care and Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities Evidence-based Synthesis Program Arthritis and Pain Management Interventions Our search identified one fair quality systematic review examining the effects of behavioral interventions for arthritis in minority and white populations.
We also identified one primary. Adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority groups: a qualitative study increasing physical activity and healthy eating, to better understand how adaptation works in.
Health inequalities have existed within the UK for the past several decades with ethnic minority groups continuing to report a higher incidence of morbidity and mortality than the general population for a range of chronic diseases [1, 2].Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups have a higher risk of diabetes  and experience greater barriers in the Cited by: 2.
Another strength was the opportunity to speak to those positioned to provide practical insights on adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority groups. Studying academic researchers and health promoters, however, raises its own ethical issues, which have been carefully examined by Wiles et al.
(Wiles et al., ).Cited by: Interventions to Improve Minority Health Care and Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities Evidence-based Synthesis Program preferences. Many of these interventions involved quality improvement efforts or care standardization testing the premise that deficits in care for minority groups might be reduced if care was applied similarly for Size: KB.
review of the literature on young people and healthy eating. The objectives were (i) to undertake a ‘systematic mapping’ of re-search on the barriers to, and facilitators of, healthy eating among young people, espe-cially those from socially excluded groups (e.g.
low-income, ethnic minority—in accord-ance with government health policy);File Size: KB. Adapting health promotion interventions to meet the needs of ethnic minority groups: mixed-methods evidence synthesis JJ Liu, E Davidson, RS Bhopal, M White, MRD Johnson, G Netto, M Deverill and A Sheikh Health Technology Assessment ; Vol.
No ISSN Abstract List of abbreviations Executive summary Background Objectives Cited by: Objectives To explore perspectives on enhancing physical activity and diet among South Asians in urban deprived communities at high risk of chronic disease and to inform development of culturally appropriate health promotion intervention.
Design Qualitative study using semistructured one-to-one and family group interviews with thematic analysis of by: How can health promotion interventions be adapted for minority ethnic behavioural interventions for minority ethnic communities.
NICE PDG Expert testimony: Prevention of pre-diabetes 2 language groups Some effective interventions used cultural and religious values to. Relevant interventions promoted healthier behaviours related to physical activity, dietary patterns, tobacco use or alcohol consumption; were disseminated via mass media channels; and targeted ethnic minority groups.
The population of interest comprised adults (= 18 years) from ethnic minority groups in the focal countries. It has been argued that health inequalities experienced by minority ethnic populations will in part be affected by food differences (Ludwig, Cox and Ellahi, ; Ludvigsen and Scott, ).
However, there is limited evidence on the food choices and eating practices of minority ethnic populations due to small sample sizes, difficulties in. general principles. All health interventions, especially public health ones, are relevant to ethnic-minority groups, as the needs are remarkably similar, although the means of achieving them may diﬀer (Gill et al, ).
The needs of minority groups should be met simultaneously with those of the rest of the popula-Cited by: 3. Healthy eating in UK minority ethnic households: Influences and way forward Key messages 1. Health inequalities experienced by minority ethnic populations in the UK will, in part, be affected by dietary differences.
However, conclusive evidence on eating practices is limitedFile Size: KB. indicated a relative absence of appropriately adapted obesity interventions for ethnic minority groups, suggesting a need for more rigorous cultural adaptation guidelines when designing obesity interventions for diverse ethnicities.
Culturally appropriate adaptations appeared to enhance intervention relevance, effectiveness, and feasibility. Suggested Citation: "10 GOOD PRACTICE: COMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTIONS AND SERVICES." National Research Council. Losing Generations: Adolescents in High-Risk Settings.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Increasingly, programs for young people are also seen as an integral part of community organizing and. In the United States, ethnic minorities are overrepresented among the overweight and obese population, with Hispanic individuals being among the groups most at risk for obesity and obesity-related disease and disability.
Most weight-loss interventions designed for the general population have been less successful with individuals from ethnic minorities and there is a pressing need Cited by: WHEREAS: both evidence-based psychotherapy practice for the general population and culturally adapted interventions are generally effective with racial/ethnic minorities, psychologists who work with marginalized populations, such as people living in poverty and/or other socially-excluded groups, can improve the effectiveness of their.
Effectiveness of school-based interventions in Europe to promote healthy evaluating school-based interventions promoting a healthy diet and aiming at primary prevention of obesity. The studies were included if they were children of school age of diverse ethnic and socio-economic groups in the European context.
Furthermore, in mostCited by: promoting and establishing healthy behaviors for younger people are more effective, and often easier, than efforts to change unhealthy behaviors already established in adult populations. 6 According to the U.S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Healthy YouthFile Size: KB. BMI: preventing ill health and premature death in black, Asian and other minority ethnic groups (PH46) aims to determine whether lower cut-off points should be used for.
Racial/ethnic minority children in the comparison site had greater increases in BMI than did their White counterparts (P intervention effectiveness by race/ethnicity or language for health behaviors.
Conclusions. White children demonstrated decreased BMI in both the intervention and control by: 1. Adapting health promotion interventions to meet the needs of ethnic minority groups: mixed-methods evidence synthesis.
J J health-promoting approaches are increasingly viewed as the long-term strategies most likely to prove clinically effective and cost-effective for preventing disease and improving health outcomes in those with established Cited by: Promoting healthy weight in children, young people and families: A resource to support local authorities 7 Introduction Childhood excess weight is a significant health issue for individual children, their families and public health.
Nearly a third of children aged 2 .However, little is known about what promotes or hinders engagement with prevention programmes among ethnic minority children. Methods: The aim of DEAL was to assess the feasibility, efficacy and cultural acceptability of child- and family-based interventions to reduce risk factors for childhood and adolescent obesity among ethnic minorities.