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Sunday, October 9 Clinical Care; Communications; Critical Thinking and Decision Making; Ethics and Professionalism; Food, Nutrition and Dietetics and Physical Activity; Leadership and Advocacy| Volume 122, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , A21, September 2022

Modeling Behavioral Economic Strategies in Social Marketing Messages to Promote Vegetable Consumption to Low-Resource Louisiana Residents: A Conjoint Analysis

      Upon completion, the participant will be able to describe the preferred messengers, norms, and commitments in messages that aimed to increase vegetable intake at meals.
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