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Title:Uvajanje avtomatov z zdravo prehrano v zdravstvene in socialno varstvene ustanove ter na fakultete v Sloveniji
Authors:Habjanič, Nastja (Author)
Šostar Turk, Sonja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Rozman, Urška (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Habjanic_Nastja_2020.pdf (1,53 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FKBV - Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Abstract:Prodajni avtomati predstavljajo del prehranske ponudbe, ki ima velik vpliv na zdravje posameznika. Eden izmed ključnih ciljev glede ustrezne prehrane in telesne dejavnosti je zagotavljanje zdravih prehranskih izbir za bolnike, osebje in obiskovalce v sistemu zdravstvenega varstva in socialno varstvenih zavodih ter na fakultetah. Namen raziskave je bil ugotoviti nakupne navade na prodajnih avtomatih v zdravstvenih in socialno varstvenih ustanovah ter na fakultetah. Izvedli smo anketo, v katero je bilo vključenih 1000 anketirancev splošne populacije v Sloveniji. Anketni vprašalnik je vseboval 18 vprašanj. Ugotovili smo, da, zaradi hitrega tempa življenja in dolge odsotnosti od doma zaradi služb, šole itd., se anketiranci v veliki meri poslužujejo nezdravih izbir v prehranjevalnih avtomatih, vendar bi si v le-teh, sodeč po odgovorih, želeli bolj zdrave ponudbe. Rezultati prikazujejo, da bi se 73 % anketirancev posluževalo zdrave izbire hrane v prodajnih avtomatih, če bi ta bila na voljo ter da se največ nakupov opravi v javnih ustanovah in na fakultetah. Z rezultati smo dokazali, da obstaja povezava med nakupom hrane iz prodajnega avtomata in razpoložljivim časom anketiranca. Rezultati bodo uporabljeni v okviru projekta MOJA IZBIRA = VEŠ, KAJ JEŠ IZBIRA, ki ga sofinancira Ministrstvo za zdravje Republike Slovenije v okviru Programov na področju prehrane in telesne dejavnosti za zdravje do leta 2022.
Keywords:prodajni avtomati, zdrava prehrana, zdravstvene ustanove, socialno varstvene ustanove, fakultete
Year of publishing:2020
Source:Maribor
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:XESRRJ4D
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Licensing start date:09.09.2020

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Language:English
Title:Introducing Healthy Food Vending Machines at Health and Social Care Institutions and Faculties in Slovenia
Abstract:Food vending machines are part of the food availability impacting an individual's health. One of the key goals regarding proper nutrition and physical activity is to ensure healthy dietary choices for patients, staff and visitors in the health care system and social welfare institutions and faculties. The purpose of the research was to determine the buying habits at vending machines in health and social care institutions and faculties. We conducted a survey in which 1000 respondents of the general population in Slovenia were included. The survey questionnaire contained 18 questions. The research indicates, that due to the fast pace of life and long absences from home due to jobs, school, etc., respondents largely make unhealthy choices in vending machines, but judging by the answers, they would like healthier food options in the vending machines. The results show that 73 percent of respondents would use healthy food choices in vending machines if they were available, and that most purchases are made in public institutions and colleges. The results showed that there is a connection between the purchase of food from vending machines and the respondents' time availability. The results will be used within the project MY CHOICE = YOU KNOW WHAT YOU EAT CHOICE, co-financed by the Slovenian Health Ministry, within the Programs on nutrition and physical activity for health, ongoing until 2022.
Keywords:vending machine, healthy eating, medical institutions, social care institutions, facutlties


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