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Family child care home providers’ self-reported nutrition and physical activity practices, self-efficacy, barriers and knowledge: Baseline findings from happy healthy homes


Taken together, the first aim of the current study is to characterise FCCH nutrition and physical activity practices, policies, nutrition self-efficacy and barriers and food programme knowledge in a sample of FCCH providers in Oklahoma. The second aim of the current study explores these differences by additional staff, with the hypothesis that FCCH providers with additional staff may be more likely to meet nutrition and physical activity best practices than are FCCH providers without additional staff. (author abstract)

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United States

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