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Perspectives from individuals with low education and interviewers using the GloboDiet 24 h recall: a qualitative study.

Koubik, Nathalie A S; Medeiros, Caroline O; da Silva, Glenda V; Gonçalves, Juliana B; Crispim, Sandra P.
J Nutr Sci; 9: e13, 2020 04 01.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32284861
The perception of individuals with low education about dietary assessments is not well explored and studying this may be beneficial to improve data collection. The study builds on previous quantitative studies by providing explanations for the observed lower performance of the 24-h recall method among low-educated individuals. A qualitative study was carried out in Brazil. First, trained interviewers attended a focus group via video conference. Next, individuals with low education, defined as less than 9 years of study, participated in semi-structured face-to-face interviews. Three main themes emerged from the focus groups and were contrasted with the interviews. Summarising, the establishment of adequate communication during the interview is of utmost importance among the low-educated population. Besides, the familiarity of individuals with food and nutrition favours the report of information. Lastly, the use of photographs for food portion quantification helps the dietary assessment although further investigations to improve their use are also needed.