Needs Assessment Chap 4
Program Planning
Chap 5
Nutrition Education
Chap 16
National Nutrition Agenda
Chap 7
True / False
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Setting the parameters of the assessment

the first step in community needs assessment

100

“Heart Health, Heart Happy” is an example of a

tag line

100

Developing a successful lesson plan is based on

writing effective objectives

100

A set of nationwide guidelines that specify how the nutritional needs of the population will be met

a national nutrition policy

100

After two weeks, we remember 70% of what we read

False 

200

statements of outcomes and activities needed to reach a goal.  

objectives

200

a broad statement of an organization’s purpose and a guideline for future decisions.

mission statement
200

The activity associated with the most memory retention

role-playing

200

Dietary Reference Intake value represents the amount of a nutrient that is estimated to meet the requirement for the nutrient in half of the people of a specific age and gender

Estimated Average Requirement (EAR)

200

Another common term for health disparities is health inequalities

true

300

refers to the condition of a population’s or individual’s health, including estimates of quality of life and physical and psychosocial functioning.

health status

300

an evaluation is used to determine the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal resources needed to deliver the program.

structure

300

the first component of writing a nutrition lesson

identify the major concept you are communicating

300

the dietary recommendation now focus on

The prevention of chronic disease

300

The AND COE provides guidance for professional practice and decision-making for professionals

true

400

those with a vested interest in addressing the nutrition status of a target population.

stakeholders

400

In terms of SMART objectives for programming planning, the “M” stands for

measurable

400

type of evaluation is conducted at the end of a program to provide information about program effectiveness

summative

400

WHAT DOES NHANES STAND FOR?

National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

400

Autonomy, Magnificence, Bonuses, Jealousy are the foundational components of health care and medical ethics



false 

500

the integrated pattern of human knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors that are learned and transmitted to succeeding generations.

culture

500

The last step in program planning is

program evaluation

500

this type of evaluation should be conducted throughout the program design process

formative

500

Dietary intake (one 24-hour recall), Body composition, NHematologic tests, urine tests

NHANES I AND NHANES II measurement outcomes

500

A nutrition education lesson plan should contain an introduction, body, and conclusion.

true

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