Seattle 5-a-Day Program - Program Materials

Program Materials Listing

Seattle 5 A Day Intervention Manual
Manual for intervention to encourage employees to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Seattle 5 A Day Worksite Program - Questionnaire #1
Initial eating habits questionnaire
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Seattle 5 A Day Worksite Program - Questionnaire #4
Eating habits questionnaire.
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Seattle 5 A Day Worksite Program - Final Questionnaire
Final eating habits questionnaire.
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Take Five: A Guide to Healthful Eating ( Preview )
Personal guide to increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables.
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Take Five - A Guide to Healthy Eating (Logo sheet)
Color master for Take 5 logo
Color Posters (8 Items) ( Preview )
Examples of color posters
Table Tents (6 Items) ( Preview )
Examples of color table tent cards
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Brochures (2 Items) ( Preview )
Examples of color brochures
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National Fruit & Vegetable Availability Guide
Guide to availability of fruits and vegetables by month.
Tip Sheets (6 Items) ( Preview )
Tip sheets on fruit and vegetable preparation.
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Giveaway Print Samples (3 Items) ( Preview )
Examples of printed giveaway items.
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Adaptation Guidelines:

  • Program Adaptation Guidelines: provides tips on how to ensure your program's optimal success in your community's setting when adapting materials that were designed and tested within a controlled research study. Before adapting programs, users should review current literature, guidelines, and other evidence reviews to update the program materials.
  • Putting Public Health Evidence in Action: an interactive training curriculum to support community program planners and health educators in developing skills in using evidence-based approaches.
Updated: 10/18/2006