Covid-19 Prevention Behaviors in a Cooperative Extension Audience: Findings from a Nutrition Education Study
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted the delivery of nutrition education through Cooperative Extension. This study aimed to identify a Cooperative Extension audience’s attitudes towards virus prevention behaviors, preferred sources of information regarding COVID-19, and nutrition education preferences during the pandemic. We distributed an online survey to 477 potential nutrition education participants including questions about behaviors like mask wearing, preferences for virtual nutrition lesson delivery, and attitudes towards sources of information about COVID-19. Attitudes towards mask wearing and preferred sources of information differed significantly by race, income, and age. These differences have serious implications for future outreach and program delivery.
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Greene, M., Losavio, C. R., & Holston, D. (2022). Covid-19 Prevention Behaviors in a Cooperative Extension Audience: Findings from a Nutrition Education Study. The Journal of Extension, 60(3), Article 5. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.60.03.05