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Table 4 Strategies used in nutrition interventions conducted in Indigenous populations in the US: Partnership

From: Community involvement in design, implementation and evaluation of nutrition interventions to reduce chronic diseases in indigenous populations in the U.S.: a systematic review

  Story et al. [9]a Brown et al. [47]a Kattelmann et al. [50]a Gittelsohn et al. [45]a Caballero et al. [55]a Hill et al. [17]b Bachar et al. [37]b Beckham et al. [39]b Mendenhall et al. [42]b Bradley et al. [44]b Gittelsohn et al. [53]b Carrel et al. [46]b Benyshek et al. [49]b Burden et al. [51] Mau et al. [14] Sinclair et al. [54]b Murphy et al. [13]b Mau et al. [14]b Richards et al. [66]b Jiang et al. [67]b Moore et al. [68]b Howard et al. [70]b Gilliland et al. [11]b Ritenbaugh et al. [10] DeWeese et al. [75]b Rinderknecht et al. [16]b Smith et al. [77]b Jernigan et al. [69]c
  Collaboration with target population on data collection                            
  Collaboration with local organizations or establishments                    
  Development of community action plan with target population                             
  Delivery of intervention by members of target population                             
  Regular meetings with target population                             
  Collaboration with tribal review board/ethnics committee                             
  1. aRandomized controlled trial
  2. bPre-post study
  3. cPost test