CAPANSChild and Adolescent Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey (Australia)
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SEM were calculated to determine the differences in mean nutrient intake between the present study and reported results of the CAPAN survey (where SEM intervals did not overlap, it was concluded that results were significantly different).
There was less than 5% variation in estimated mean intake of energy between the present study after follow up and 13-year-old male and female individuals from the CAPAN survey (Table 3).
However, because mean intakes of energy and nutrients of the present study group were not substantially or consistently different from population estimates derived from the CAPAN survey, follow-up checking by telephone is likely to achieve comparable results to face-to-face interviews.