Motivational interviewing targeting diet and physical activity improves adherence to paediatric obesity treatment: results from the MI Values randomized controlled trial.

@article{Bean2015MotivationalIT,
  title={Motivational interviewing targeting diet and physical activity improves adherence to paediatric obesity treatment: results from the MI Values randomized controlled trial.},
  author={M K Bean and Philip D Powell and Alexis M Quinoy and Karen Ingersoll and Edmond P. Wickham and Suzanne E. Mazzeo},
  journal={Pediatric obesity},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={118-25}
}
BACKGROUND Adherence is a challenge in obesity treatment. Motivational interviewing (MI) may promote patient adherence. MI Values is a randomized controlled trial of MI implemented as an adjunct to an adolescent obesity treatment [Teaching Encouragement Exercise Nutrition Support (T.E.E.N.S.)]. OBJECTIVE Assess effects of MI Values on T.E.E.N.S. attrition and adherence. METHODS Participants were randomized to MI (n = 58) or control (n = 41). At weeks 1 and 10, MI participants had brief MI… CONTINUE READING
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