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The PEACH survey: a nutrition screening tool for use in early intervention programs

The PEACH survey: a nutrition screening tool for use in early intervention programs

Journal of the American Dietetic Association 94(10): 1156-1158

The Parent Eating and Nutrition Assessment for Children with Special Health Needs (PEACH) survey was validated with respect to a pediatric dietitian's assessment. The PEACH survey is performed by a child's primary caregiver. Fifty-two boys and 27 girls with a mean age of 3.3 years were studied. The sensitivity and specificity of the PEACH survey were found to be 88.6 and 90.9 percent, respectively; the overall predictive value was 88.6 percent.

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PMID: 7930323

DOI: 10.1016/0002-8223(94)91139-8

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