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How to Use the HKI Food Frequency Method to Assess Community Risk of Vitamin A Deficiency

The standard tool used to assess vitamin A deficiency include clinical exams, biochemical tests and dietary methods. Clinical and biochemical surveys are costly and can be logistically difficult to undertake. Likewise, may dietary methods require personnel with formal training in nutrition. The HKI Food Frequency method is designed to make the assessment process accessible to organizations implementing health, agriculture, or development programs at the community level.

Authors: David S. Rosen, MPH, MPA, Nancy J. Haselow, MPH, Nancy L. Sloan, DrPH, David S. Rosen, MPH, MPA, Nancy J. Haselow, MPH, Nancy L. Sloan, DrPH

Contributors: Administrator, Administrator

Pages: 79

Publisher: Helen Keller International

Publication Date: 2016

Identifier: ISBN 0-915173-30-1