Jackson H Coppock

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OPINION STATEMENT Family-based behavioral intervention has been demonstrated to be an effective and safe treatment for childhood obesity and should be considered a first-line treatment option. However, access to such intensive evidence-based treatment is limited and, currently, obesity care is dominated by high intensity behavioral treatment implemented in(More)
BACKGROUND There is limited research on optimal treatment formats for childhood obesity. Group-based interventions are popular, but it is unclear whether outcomes can be obtained without an additional individual component. AIM To examine statistically and clinically significant outcomes of recent group-based and mixed-format (group + Individual) pediatric(More)
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