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    Review the assigned article Walk Texas! 5-a-day intervention for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) clients: .

    ◦Critique the sampling strategy used. What are the strengths and limitations of the study due to the sampling strategy used?

    ◦Critique the sample size used.

    ◦Did the author(s) justify the sample size? If not, what is the problem with that?

    3-paragraph critique of the sampling strategy and sample size used in the article. Include an analysis of how sampling strategy can strengthen or weaken a quantitative research study.

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    Walk Texas! Clinical Counseling Guide for Nutrition provides insights into the problems and opportunities with the target WIC population and tools created for clinics. The authors, Bartholomew, Miller, Ciccolo, Atwood, and Gottlieb note that stage-based counseling offers an opportunity for clients to improve outcomes in nutrition and well-being, keeping sessions brief and easy to implement. The populations that were serviced and evaluated could find it challenging offer more comprehensive narrative and keep the presentations brief. As noted, "Additional paperwork is seen as a burden in a system that is already bound by ...

    Solution Summary

    Analysis, sampling and strategy for the Walk Texas! 5-a-day intervention for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) clients is discussed.