3. MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES, Public and environmental health
Transitioning into higher education (HE) impacts health behaviours. Poor dietary and lifestyle behaviours may correlate and increase risk of co-morbidities. The introduction of the Okanagan Charter detailed the important role of health promotion within a HE setting. The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between dietary quality and lifestyle behaviours of students attending HE.
Doak, Stephen; Kearney, John; McCormack, Jacqueline M.; and Keaver, Laura, "The Relationship Between Diet and Lifestyle Behaviours in a Sample of Higher Education Students; A Cross-Sectional Study" (2023). Articles. 351.
Stephen Doak was a recipient of the IT Sligo Presidents Bursary award; no external funding was sought.
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