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Using intervention mapping to develop a culturally appropriate intervention to prevent childhood obesity: the HAPPY (Healthy and Active Parenting Programme for Early Years) study

Natalie J Taylor*, Pinki Sahota, Judith Sargent, Sally Barber, Jackie Loach, Gemma Louch and John Wright

International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2013, 10:142  doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-142

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Reference correction

Natalie Taylor   (2014-02-13 14:23)  University of New South Wales email

Line 2 of paragraph 3 in the methods section contains a referencing error:

“For each stage of the IM process, five recommendations from a recent review (24) were applied to ensure that White and South Asian perspectives were considered throughout: 1) use community resources to develop and publicise the intervention, 2) identify and address barriers to access and participation, 3) develop communication strategies which are sensitive to language and information requirements, 4) consideration of cultural/religious values that promote or hinder behavioural change, 5) recognise degrees of ethnic identification.”

The reference '(24)' in brackets does not match with the correct reference in the reference list. The correct reference is [31].

Competing interests

None declared

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