Pediatric Obesity Community Programs: Barriers & Facilitators Toward Sustainability

@article{Poe2010PediatricOC,
  title={Pediatric Obesity Community Programs: Barriers & Facilitators Toward Sustainability},
  author={Eli K. Po’e and Sabina B. Gesell and T. Lynne Caples and Juan Escarfuller and Shari L. Barkin},
  journal={Journal of Community Health},
  year={2010},
  volume={35},
  pages={348-354}
}
Our current generation of young people could become the first generation to live shorter lives than their parents. Families need resources in their community to address this issue. Identifying barriers and facilitators of community organizations to offer obesity-related services is a first step in understanding sustainable community programs. The objective of this study is to identify common barriers and facilitators in community organizational programs designed to prevent or reduce pediatric… CONTINUE READING

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