Components of primary care interventions to treat childhood overweight and obesity: A systematic review of effect
The primary care setting presents an opportunity for intervention of overweight and obese children but is in need of a feasible model-of-care with demonstrated effectiveness. The aims were to (i) identify controlled interventions that treated childhood overweight or obesity in either a primary care setting or with the involvement of a primary healthcare professional and (ii) examine components of those interventions associated with effective outcomes in order to inform future intervention...[Show more]
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