Food Provides Outlets for Students Coping

Food Provides Outlets for Students Coping

March 30, 2020     By Melanie Chambers Preparing a lecture for my now-online Food Writing course, while eating graham crackers and cheese (a childhood comfort snack), I wondered how everyone else was feeling about food. Are they scared about going to grocery stores? Are they…

Self-reported food skills of university students

Self-reported food skills of university students

University students experience a life transition that often results in poor dietary behaviors and weight gain. Adequate food skills may improve diet quality and prevent chronic disease.

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

University students intend to eat better, but lack coping self-efficacy and knowledge of dietary recommendations

Canadian Journal of Public Health

Canadian Journal of Public Health

Development and implementation of FRESH – a post-secondary nutrition education program incorporating population strategies, experiential learning and intersectoral partnerships

American Journal of Health Sciences- Third Quarter 2012. Volume 3, Number 3

American Journal of Health Sciences- Third Quarter 2012. Volume 3, Number 3

Millennial Graduate Students’ Use of Technology and Problem-Based Learning to Enhance Higher-Level Cognition in Health Promotion Program Planning