Using EMRALD to assess baseline body mass index among children living within and outside communities participating in the Ontario, Canada Healthy Kids Community Challenge

@article{Orr2019UsingET,
  title={Using EMRALD to assess baseline body mass index among children living within and outside communities participating in the Ontario, Canada Healthy Kids Community Challenge},
  author={Sarah K Orr and K. Tu and S. Carsley and Hannah Chung and Laura Holder and Shirin Jabbari and Daniel W Harrington and H. Manson},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2019},
  volume={14}
}
Objectives The Healthy Kids Community Challenge is a large-scale, centrally-coordinated, community-based intervention in Ontario, Canada that promotes healthy behaviours towards improving healthy weights among children. With the goal of exploring tools available to evaluators, we leveraged electronic medical records from primary care physicians to assess child weights prior to launch of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge. This study compares the baseline (i.e. pre-intervention) prevalence of… Expand
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