The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) uses a group 24-hour dietary recall (Gr24HDR) to measure changes in diet quality. Participant perceptions of the tool can guide implementation practices used by EFNEP Extension staff. Focus group (FG) sessions were conducted in five states and transcripts analyzed following a framework analysis approach. According to FG participants, a range of factors, condensed into six themes with potential interactions, influence Gr24HDR including implementation processes and community settings. Findings inform overarching considerations EFNEP staff may take when collecting Gr24HDR data in the field to improve the evaluation process for participants.
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Fuller, S. M., Phelps, J. A., Baker, S., & Walsh, J. (2023). Qualitative Analysis of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program’s 24-hour Dietary Recall. The Journal of Extension, 61(1), Article 5. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.61.01.05