Check out some of our team members December publications:
Laurent Legault (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) examined the impact of a resident-led healthy active living counselling program on physical activity and child health habits (Khalifah et al, Paediatrics & Child Health, 2016). He also examined the activity profile of Canadian children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes as well as barriers to exercise and parental lifestyle habits (Michaud et al., Journal of Diabetes and its Complications, 2016).
Stephen Cook (Team ABC3 Scientific Advisory Board) published a paper to advance implementation of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations for childhood obesity treatment (Wilfley et al., Obesity, 2016).
Jean-Philippe Chaput and Mark Tremblay (Team ABC3 Co-Investigators) collaborated on a study to examine whether meeting the new Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines was associated with health indicators in a sample of Canadian children and youth (Carson et al., Preventive Medicine, 2016).
Geoff Ball (Team ABC3 Project Leader) and Mary Forhan (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) conducted an environmental scan of weight bias exposure in primary health care training programs in Canada (Russell-Mayhew et al., CJSOTL, 2016).
Katerina Maximova (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) explored whether specific aspects of dietary intake are associated with prospective changes in cardiometabolic risk factors in children and youth (Setayeshgar et al., APNM, 2016).
Jess Haines (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) explored the interactions between ethnicity/race and overweight status on disordered eating behaviors in adolescents (Rogers et al., International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2016).
Great work! We look forward to sharing new work in the New Year!