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7 Reports (VicHealth & Dr B Wood, T Setter,
Dr A Kouris, Prof M Wahlqvist and team)

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No.1
1995 National Nutrtion Survey: the SEIFA report

 

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The SEIFA report (pp128)(edited by Dr Ingrid Rutishauser) is based on the longer original report below (product code HEC 110 1995 National Nutrition Survey: all persons aged 16 years and over grouped by socio-economic disadvantage) completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University in conjunction with VicHealth, 2000. Authors:Wood B,Wattanapenpaiboon, N, Ross K, Kouris-Blazos A

The SEIFA report, edited by Dr Ingrid Rutishauser, re-examines the findings reported in the original document.

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No. 2
Executive Summary of the
SEIFA report
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Executive summary of the SEIFA report

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  No.3
School-based healthy eating initiatives: Recommendations for success.
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This 79 page report was completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University in conjunction with VicHealth, 2000.Authors: Setter T, Kouris-Blazos A, Wahlqvist M.
This report aims to break down the barriers of information dissemination regarding healthy eating programs in schools, with a view to providing recommendations to ensure success. The main focus was on nutrition programs run in Victorian and Australian schools from 1990-2000, while also drawing on the experience of programs implemented in other countries.

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No.4
Healthy weight & physical activity interventions in Victoria: the current situation and
recommendations for the future.

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This 40 page report was completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University in conjunction with VicHealth, 2000.
Authors: Setter T, Gill T,
Kouris-Blazos A, Wahlqvist M.
This report highlights opportunities to link healthy eating initiatives with action to reduce obesity and increase physical activity in Victoria. The focus of this report is on non-commercial interventions (i.e. funded by government or non-government organizations), therefore commercial ventures have not been investigated. Although the prevalence of overweight and obesity in Victoria is problematic, evidence of non-commercial interventions pecifically aimed at reducing weight is scarce.
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No.5
Healthy eating for nutritionally vulnerable groups: some health promotion initiatives.
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This 124 page report was completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University in conjunction with VicHealth, 2000.
Authors: Wood B, Ross K,
Kouris-Blazos A.
This report reviews available healthy eating programs targeting vulnerable groups in Australia, especially in Victoria. It begins the process of establishing an evidence base for effective health promotion initiatives for the improvement of food security.
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No.6
1995 National Nutrition Survey. All persons 16 years and over, grouped by Socio-Economic Disadvantage.

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This 149 page analysis of the 1995 National Nutrition Survey was completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University in conjunction with VicHealth, 2000.
Authors:Wood B,Wattanapenpaiboon, N, Ross K, Kouris-Blazos A
This report examines the demographic factors, health risk factors, physical characteristics, nutrient intake and food use of persons 16 years of age and over by socio-economic index for areas (SEIFA), with emphasis on persons living in the most disadvantaged areas of Australia. People living in these areas are the most likely of all to experience problems of food access and food security with consequent effects on their nutrition, health, state of wellness and longevity.
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No.7
1995 National Nutrition Survey. All persons aged 16 years and over grouped by Equivalent Income.
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This 157 page analysis of the 1995 National Nutrition Survey was completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University.
Authors: Wood B, Wattanapenpaiboon, N, Ross K, Kouris-Blazos A
This report examines the demographic factors, health risk factors, physical characteristics, nutrient intake and food use of persons 16 years of age and over by equivalent income (EQI), with emphasis on persons whose incomes were assigned to the lowest quintile of EQI. People with the lowest EQI are the most likely of all to experience problems of food access and food security with consequent effects on their nutrition, health, state of wellness and longevity.

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No.8
1995 National Nutrition Survey. All persons 16 years of age and over grouped by Food Security.
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This 148 page analysis of the 1995 National Nutrition Survey was completed by the Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program at Monash University in conjunction with VicHealth
Authors: Wood B, Wattanapenpaiboon, N, Ross K, Kouris-Blazos A
The demographic factors, health risk factors, physical characteristics, nutrient intake and food use and intake of persons 16 years of age and over have been examined from the viewpoint of food security. This means that persons answering 'YES' to the question 'Whether (the person) ran out of food and had no money to buy more during the last 12 months' were considered to be food insecure and judged to be most likely of all persons to experience problems of food insecurity with consequent effects on their state of mental and physical well-being, nutrition, health, and longevity.
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