The SHIFT Framework consists of four interconnected and interrelated steps. Search the SHIFT Compendium of Good Practices in Health and Nutrition interventions by selecting one of the steps below.
Step 1: Map — undertake a food environment equity analysis to identify a population or setting at risk
Step 2: Engage — identify and engage with stakeholders who will assist in supporting / implementing / funding your health and nutrition intervention
Step 3: Transform — implement an evidence-based, informed health and nutrition equity intervention
Step 4: Monitor — integrate a learning and adjustment cycle in the intervention for quality assurance
Search results for Transform: 12
Food environment intervention improves food knowledge, wellbeing and dietary habits in primary school children: Project Daire, a randomised-controlled, factorial design cluster trial
Child-centered food systems: reorienting food systems towards healthy diets for children
Advancing healthy and sustainable food environments: The Flathead Reservation case study
If you Build it with them, they will come": What makes a supermarket intervention successful in a food desert?"
Changing household dietary behaviours through community-based networks: A pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial in rural Kerala, India
Partnering with carryouts: implementation of a food environment intervention targeting youth obesity
Changes in School Competitive Food Environments after a Health Promotion Campaign
Changing the restaurant food environment to improve cardiovascular health in a rural community: implementation and evaluation of the Heart of New Ulm restaurant programme
Can the introduction of a full-service supermarket in a food desert improve residents' economic status and health?
Developing and Implementing Waupaca Eating Smart": A Restaurant and Supermarket Intervention to Promote Healthy Eating Through Changes in the Food Environment"
An Intervention To Enhance the Food Environment in Public Recreation and Sport Settings: A Natural Experiment in British Columbia, Canada
Challenges And Lessons Learned From Communities Using Evidence To Adopt Strategies To Improve Healthy Food Environments