Provider Training to Screen and Initiate Evidence-Based Pediatric Obesity Treatment in Routine Practice Settings: A Randomized Pilot Trial.

@article{Kolko2017ProviderTT,
  title={Provider Training to Screen and Initiate Evidence-Based Pediatric Obesity Treatment in Routine Practice Settings: A Randomized Pilot Trial.},
  author={Rachel P Kolko and Andrea E Kass and Jacqueline F Hayes and Michele D. Levine and Jane M. Garbutt and Enola Proctor and Denise E Wilfley},
  journal={Journal of pediatric health care : official publication of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners},
  year={2017},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={
          16-28
        }
}
INTRODUCTION This randomized pilot trial evaluated two training modalities for first-line, evidence-based pediatric obesity services (screening and goal setting) among nursing students. METHOD Participants (N = 63) were randomized to live interactive training or Web-facilitated self-study training. Pretraining, post-training, and 1-month follow-up assessments evaluated training feasibility, acceptability, and impact (knowledge and skill via simulation). Moderator (previous experience) and… CONTINUE READING
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