Critical review of bariatric surgery, medically supervised diets, and behavioural interventions for weight management in adults

  title={Critical review of bariatric surgery, medically supervised diets, and behavioural interventions for weight management in adults},
  author={Julie Beaulac and Daniella Sandre},
  journal={Perspectives in Public Health},
  pages={162 - 172}
Aims: Patient selection of weight management treatment option is often guided by a variety of factors. Currently, there is no comprehensive tool to facilitate informed decision-making for patients and clinicians. This article aims to synthesise evidence on the treatment effectiveness, health benefits, risks, and patient experiences of treatment options presently available at the Weight Management Clinic at The Ottawa Hospital (TOH), as a first step towards developing a decision aid. Methods… 

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