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Train-the-trainer approach in the Eco-Healthy Child Care(R) program

Objective: In this study, we evaluated the effectiveness of an environmental health training program for child care providers. Methods: We conducted a retrospective analysis to evaluate a 5-state training program using a 20-question pretest and posttest. We also examined the effects of state regulation on knowledge scores. Analyses included descriptive statistics, dependent samples t-tests, and linear mixed models. Results: Posttest scores significantly improved following the training program (overall pretest = 13.78 of 20, posttest = 17.92 of 20, p
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Florida; Idaho; Kansas; Texas; Vermont

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