THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES PROGRAMME OF DIETETICS GROUP 1. Status of energy, iron and calcium intake among second and third year students of Nutrition and Dietetics Programme in The National University of Malaysia campus Kuala Lumpur session 2011/2012.
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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
PROGRAMME OF DIETETICS
Status of energy, iron and calcium intake among second and third year students of Nutrition and Dietetics Programme in The National University of Malaysia campus Kuala Lumpur session 2011/2012.
NURUL YASMIN FARHAH BINTI ZULKEPLI A132727
NUR HANINA BINTI ABU HASAN A132699
YEE YEN LEEN A132056
EILEEN SUM YEIN SHAN A132042
GRACE TAN AI SZE A132079
NUR IDAYU BINTI HARUN A131731
FATIMAH BINTI ZAKARIA A132025
AZNIDA BINTI KAMARUDIN A132720
AHMAD BUKHARI HUSAIN A132028
HAZIRAH BINTI ZAILAN A132397
NUR AFIZA BT MOHD ARIF A132261
FONG SHU LI A131943
NURUL HIDAYAH BT MUSTAFA A135443
LEONG KA KHENG A131988
KWAN LEE KUAN A131482
- Poor iron status lead to iron deficiency anemia.
Status of energy intake, iron and calcium among university student is low.
FIRST JOURNAL (ENERGY)
THIRD JOURNAL (CALCIUM)
- According to the 2010 Knowledge, Attitude and Dietary and Lifestyle Practices on Bone Health Status among Undergraduate University Student in Health Campus, UniversitiSains Malaysia Kelantan, almost 98.6% fail to achieve the recommended daily calcium intake of 800 mg of their comparable age (NCCFN 2005).
RESEARCH STATEMENT / RESEARCH QUESTION
2.1 RESEARCH STATEMENT / RESEARCH QUESTION
Is the food intake of energy, iron and calcium among second year and third year students of Nutrition and Dietetics Programme meeting the Recommended Nutrition Intake (RNI) of Malaysia?
3.1 GENERAL OBJECTIVE
3.2 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE
To identify the intake of energy, iron and calcium among second year and third year student in Nutrition and Dietetics Programme.
To determine the consumption of energy, iron and calcium and compare to Recommendation Nutrition Intake of Malaysia (RNI)
2) To identify the factors of lifestyle that related to the intake of energy, iron and calcium among second and third year students of Nutrition and Dietetic Programme.
3) To differentiate the intake of energy, iron and calcium between male and female second year and third year students of Nutrition and Dietetics Program
4.1 RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS
Status of energy, iron and calcium intake for second year and third year students of nutrition and dietetics program is not meeting the Recommended Nutrient Intake (RNI) for Malaysia 2005.
5.1 LITERATURE REVIEW
5.1.1 LITERATURE REVIEW FOR ENERGY
5.1.2 LITERATURE REVIEW FOR IRON
5.1.3 LITERATURE REVIEW FOR CALCIUM
Boys and girls with irregular breakfast intake differed from students consuming breakfast regularly with a higher percentage of energy from in-between meals and snack food. It is found that daily energy intakes appeared not to be affected when breakfast is skipped
The Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals and the Diet and Health Knowledge Survey 1994-96.
- To determine the energy, calcium and iron status among secondand thirdyear students of nutrition and dietetics- To determine the effects of status energy, calcium and iron to their study- To determine their lifestyle which involve the food consumption
6.1 RESEARCH DESIGN
6.2 SAMPLING PROCEDURE
6.2.1 TARGET POPULATION
6.2.2 SAMPLE POPULATION
6.2.3 SAMPLE SIZE
6.3 MATERIAL AND METHOD
6.4 RESEARCH ANALYSIS
6.5 INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION
This study is designed to identify the intake of energy, iron and calcium of second year and third year students of Programme Nutrition and Dietetics.
Second year : 69 subjects
Third year : 73 subjects
Total : 142 subjects
by Krejcie R V & Morgan D W. 1970..
Our population size for this study is 142. population proportion is assumed 0.50 and the study is conducted with significance level of 5% and degree of accuracy is 5%.
n = 3.84(142) 0.5(1-0.5) / 0.05² (142-1) + 3.84 (0.5)(1-0.5) = 103.67≈ 104
Our expected unrespond rate is 10% of samples: n* = 104 / (1-0.1) = 115.55≈ 116
Therefore our desire sample size is 116 subjects.