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COMPARISON OF EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO EDUCATION PROGRAMS ABOUT IMPROVEMENT OF EDIBLE OIL CONSUMPTION

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 Start Page 41 | End Page 51

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 Background: The aim of the study is to assess KNOWLEDGE and BEHAVIOR of participants about dietary fats pattern. Also, our goal was to design a nutrition EDUCATION program about dietary fat intakes which is relatively brief and low cost in terms of time and material.Methods: In this experimental study we recruited three groups of household women under the cover of health centers of Tabriz city as Random-cluster sampling method. Group A (n=90) participated for 3 sessions and group B (n=86) for 5 sessions EDUCATION intervention about dietary fat pattern. Also group C (n=90) were allocated as control group. We randomly selected some partners (n=65) of intervention groups (group A and B), as reinforces factors, the other control group. For evaluation, a KNOWLEDGE and BEHAVIOR questionnaire was administrated to all groups. Furthermore, the EFFECTIVENESS of EDUCATION was compared among two intervention groups with different attendance classes.Results: For mean scores KNOWLEDGE, no significant difference existed between groups. Mean score of BEHAVIOR were less than 50% in all groups [group A: 49.3±16.5, group B: 44.3±17.7, group C: 43.57±13.5 and group M: 50.51±18.66]. Mean scores of KNOWLEDGE and BEHAVIOR showed a significant difference in the intervention groups (post-test versus pre-test) [group A: 79.4±23.6 and group B 83.22±21.5, p<0.001]. Different impacts of class attendances have not significant EFFECTIVENESS for KNOWLEDGE and BEHAVIOR to compare two intervention groups (groups A and B), but significant compared control group (group C) (p=0.0001).Conclusions: Women had low KNOWLEDGE about optimal dietary fat pattern and BEHAVIOR levels were poor. Short time EDUCATION program was effective for household women.

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