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  1. A GREAT PLATEin 3 steps • Iya M. Domen • Shana T. Nagaue • Christy Pascua • Stacey Snee • Katie R. Thomas FSHN 452 ‘Concepts in Nutrition Education’ Spring 2006

  2. Project Development • Worked with American Diabetes Association (ADA) last semester • Learned about the plate method from Naomi Kanehiro • Determined target audience • Came up with several forums for nutrition education of families of people with diabetes (Type 2)

  3. Project Development • Selected health fair at ADA’s Walk for Diabetes as forum • ADA also asked us to participate in Alert Day health fair at the State Capitol • Needed to come up with simple and fast explanation of the plate method • Created 3 easy steps to follow when making a “Great Plate”

  4. Project Development • Evaluation tool developed • Walk for Diabetes – March 18, 2006 • Refined evaluation tool • Alert Day – March 28, 2006

  5. Fundraiser at Kapiolani Park “Trial Run” Mostly female, many ages, variety ethnicities Issues: Small space Participants hesitant to write Reading/writing issues? Wide variety of people Walk for Diabetes

  6. Raise public awareness at Capitol All day event with education/activities Changes made since “Walk” Issues: Unexpected population Lines of people Windy/rainy Alert Day

  7. Alert Day

  8. Lessons Learned • Know your stuff • Many questions Anticipate questions • Know your target audience • Setting/Location, • event promotion • Age, ethnicity, health status, etc. • Language, literacy • KISS • General message • Evaluation format • Don’t reinvent the wheel! • New, useful material of what exists • May lead to future plate method applications