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Volume 3: No. 4, October 2006

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Community Intervention to Promote Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables, Smoke-free Homes, and Physical Activity Among Home Caregivers in Bogotá, Colombia

This diagram is a community model to promote consumption of fruits and vegetables, smoke-free environments, and physical activity among home caregivers in Bogota, Colombia. It reads from top to bottom, left to right, respectively.

Category titles are listed in bold down the first column. They include: “Information and Communication,” “Levels and Components,” “Target,” “Field of intervention,” and “Variables and categories of evaluation.”

The next column begins by listing “Individuals” in the Information and Communication stage. From there, the column leads to “Level 1” and continues listing “Home Caregivers,” “Daily Practices,” and “Behaviors, Intention, Availability, Self-efficacy, Attitudes, Beliefs, Knowledge.”

The third column begins by listing “Neighborhoods” in the Information and Communication stage. From there, the column leads to “Level 2” and continues listing “Families, Shopkeepers, Social Organization, Community Groups,” “Social Responsibility, Organizational Policy,” and “Social Practice Shake-ups.”

The final column begins by listing “Locality” in the Information and Communication stage. From there, the column leads to “Level 3” and continues listing “Policy Makers, Community,” “Public Policy, Social Norms,” and “Environment: Social and Physical.”

Figure. Community model to promote consumption of fruits and vegetables, smoke-free environments, and physical activity among home caregivers, Bogotá, Colombia, 2003.

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