Injury prevention, Environmental health, Public health, Gerontology and Occupational safety and health are her primary areas of study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention, Evidence-based practice and Community health. Her Psychological intervention study incorporates themes from Health related quality of life, Spanish version and Outreach.
She combines subjects such as Overweight, Food processing and Marketing with her study of Public health. Her Food processing research incorporates themes from Quality, Systematic review, Risk analysis and Malnutrition. Combining a variety of fields, including Gerontology, Latin Americans and Motor activity, are what the author presents in her essays.
Diana C. Parra focuses on Environmental health, Latin Americans, Public health, Gerontology and Psychological intervention. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental health, Occupational safety and health are connected with Physical fitness and other disciplines. Her Public health research integrates issues from Food processing and Health care.
Her research integrates issues of Cross-sectional study, Obesity and Epidemiology in her study of Gerontology. Her study looks at the relationship between Obesity and fields such as Malnutrition, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her work focuses on many connections between Psychological intervention and other disciplines, such as Evidence-based practice, that overlap with her field of interest in Outreach.
Her main research concerns Latin Americans, Psychological intervention, Demography, Socioeconomic status and Humanities. The concepts of her Psychological intervention study are interwoven with issues in Mindfulness, Gerontology and Community health. Diana C. Parra performs integrative study on Gerontology and Sense of community.
Her work on Self-rated health as part of general Demography research is often related to Injury prevention, thus linking different fields of science. Her studies deal with areas such as Disadvantaged, Area of residence, Socioeconomics, Health equity and Colombian population as well as Socioeconomic status. Her Obesity study combines topics in areas such as Global health, Nursing and Smoking cessation.
Diana C. Parra mainly focuses on Obesity, Socioeconomic status, Food consumption, Food processing and Consumption. Her Obesity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Global health and Health promotion. Her Socioeconomic status research includes themes of Diet Surveys, Colombian population and Area of residence.
Her research combines Environmental health and Area of residence. The Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Nutritional quality and Nutrition quality. Her Food consumption research spans across into subjects like Saturated fat, Total fat, Free sugar, Calorie and Food science.
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Evidence-based intervention in physical activity: lessons from around the world
Gregory W Heath;Diana C Parra;Olga L Sarmiento;Lars Bo Andersen;Lars Bo Andersen.
The Lancet (2012)
Lessons Learned After 10 Years of IPAQ Use in Brazil and Colombia
Pedro Rodrigues Curi Hallal;Luis Fernando Gomez;Diana C Parra;Felipe Lobelo.
Journal of Physical Activity and Health (2010)
Food Classification Systems Based on Food Processing: Significance and Implications for Policies and Actions: A Systematic Literature Review and Assessment
Jean-Claude Moubarac;Diana C. Parra;Diana C. Parra;Geoffrey Cannon;Carlos A. Monteiro.
Current obesity reports (2014)
Perceived and objective neighborhood environment attributes and health related quality of life among the elderly in Bogotá, Colombia.
Diana C. Parra;Luis F. Gomez;Olga L. Sarmiento;David M Buchner.
Social Science & Medicine (2010)
Built environment attributes and walking patterns among the elderly population in Bogotá
Luis Fernando Gomez;Diana C Parra;David Buchner;Ross C Brownson.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2010)
Perceived environmental correlates of physical activity for leisure and transportation in Curitiba, Brazil
Diana C. Parra;Christine M. Hoehner;Pedro C. Hallal;Isabela C. Ribeiro.
Preventive Medicine (2010)
Assessing Physical Activity in Public Parks in Brazil Using Systematic Observation
Diana C. Parra;Thomas L. McKenzie;Isabela C. Ribeiro;Adriano Akira Ferreira Hino.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
The built environment and recreational physical activity among adults in Curitiba, Brazil.
Adriano A.F. Hino;Rodrigo S. Reis;Rodrigo S. Reis;Olga L. Sarmiento;Diana C. Parra.
Preventive Medicine (2011)
NOVA. The star shines bright
Carlos A Monteiro;Geoffrey Cannon;Renata Levy;Jean-Claude Moubarac.
World Nutrition (2016)
Stat3 activation in urothelial stem cells leads to direct progression to invasive bladder cancer
Philip Levy Ho;Erica Julianne Lay;Weiguo Jian;Diana Parra.
Cancer Research (2012)
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