Rural Food and Physical Activity Assessment Using an Electronic Tablet-Based Application, New York, 2013–2014
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 12 — July 2, 2015
Four screen shots of Discovery Tool screens on an electronic tablet.
Figure 1. The Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool installed on a tablet and showing 3 steps for using the tool: 1) instructions for use and prompts for capturing photographs and narration, 2) review of the data collected, and 3) postassessment survey.
Eight photographs of features illustrating accessibility, aesthetics, benches, green space, lighting, roads, sidewalks, and walkable destinations.
Figure 2. Eight common features related to active living identified and photographed by participants. Photos were used to contextualize audio narratives but were not independently coded.
Six photographs illustrating common features of the food environment: food assistance, gardens, nontraditional food stores, restaurants, supermarkets, and vendors.
Figure 3. Six common features of the food environment identified and photographed by participants. Photos were used to contextualize audio narratives but were not independently coded.
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