Team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children

Team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children

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A new year, new publications. Check out some of Team ABC3 members’ recent papers!

Geoff Ball (Team ABC3 Project Leader) published a paper describing the development, implementation, and planned evaluation of a parent-based weight management intervention for parents of 8-12 year olds with obesity (Ball et al., BMC Research Notes, 2017).

Nick Holt (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) lead a study to examine how female adolescent athletes and their parents cope with deselection from provincial sports teams (Neely et al., Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 2017).

Jess Haines (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) collaborated on a paper that discusses experiences of implementing the Automated Self-Administered 24-hour (ASA24) Dietary Assessment Tool (Kirkpatrick et al., Nutrients, 2017). Jess also looked at determining the associations between mothers’ and fathers’ food parenting practices and their children’s nutrition risk (Watterworth et al., Appl Physiol Nutr Metab, 2017).

Catherine Chan (Team ABC3 Knowledge User) recently explored the effects of early life antibiotic exposure on metabolic outcomes later in life and pancreatic development (Li et al., Scientific Reports, 2017).

Katherine Morrison (Team ABC3 Project Leader) looked at the extent to which attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control, and barriers predict variation in academic clinicians’ intent to treat pediatric obesity (Frankfurter et al., World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, 2017).

Catherine Birken (Team ABC3 Project Leader), Karen Tu and Sarah Carsley (Team ABC3 Co-Investigators) examined the prevalence of overweight and obese status in children using electronic medical records (Birken et al., CFP, 2017).

Arnaldo Perez (Team ABC3 Co-Investigator) and Geoff Ball (Team ABC3 Project Leader) wrote a commentary on engagement in pediatric weight management (Perez et al., Pediatric Obesity, 2017).

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