As you know, our team is always busy writing! Check out their newest publications. Continue reading
As you know, our team is always busy writing! Check out their newest publications. Continue reading →
We are thrilled to share that the protocol for our our study titled “Does integration of health coaches improve adherence to an e-health lifestyle and behavioural intervention? A randomized controlled trial of LiGHT (Living Green, Healthy, and Thrifty)” now known as Aim2Be has been published in BMC Trials!
The publication, led by Louise Mâsse, describes the approach the team will use to test the efficacy of Aim2Be, a gamified app based on behavior change theory with health coaching to improve weight outcomes and lifestyle behaviors among children 10- to 17-years old with overweight or obesity versus their peers randomized into a waitlist control condition.
Other team members on this work include Jill Hamilton, Josephine Ho, Annick Buchholz, Katherine Morrison, and Geoff Ball.
Great work, team!
With a fresh new year ahead, check out the last of our team members’ 2019 publications! Continue reading →
Our surveillance study on severe obesity (SO) & global developmental delay (GDD) in preschool children with the Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program (CPSP) is coming to an end on January 31, 2020.
If you are a pediatrician participating in the CPSP and have seen cases of SO and GDD between February 1, 2018 and January 31, 2020 please be sure to report it to the CPSP before January 31!
As always, our team members are hard at work publishing their results from a wide range of studies. Check out their latest! Continue reading →
We are excited to share a new Team ABC3 publication by Meaghan Walker! The publication was part of Meaghan’s MSc work on ‘family recommendations for improving health services to manage severe obesity in children with disabilities‘. Continue reading →
Our team members are always busy publishing new work. Check out what they’ve been up to! Continue reading →
Our team members have been busy; check out their recent publications! Continue reading →
We are very pleased to share two new Team ABC3 publications for Study 5.1: Prevalence and health care utilization of severe obesity in children accessing primary health care in Ontario! Continue reading →