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Systematic review to identify and appraise outcome measures used to evaluate childhood obesity treatment interventions (CoOR): evidence of purpose, application, validity, reliability and sensitivity

Creator:

Bryant M, Ashton L, Brown J, Jebb S, Wright J, Roberts K, et al.

Subject Keywords: Obesity, evaluation
Topic: Obesity
Obesity
Type: Framework
Region: United Kingdom
Description:

Consensus is lacking in determining appropriate outcome measures for assessment of childhood obesity treatments. Inconsistency in the use and reporting of such measures impedes comparisons between treatments and limits consideration of effectiveness. This study, led by Leeds University and in collaboration with the National Obesity Observatory, aimed to produce a framework of recommended outcome measures: the Childhood obesity treatment evaluation Outcomes Review (CoOR) framework.

Date:

01/08/2014

Rights: © Health Technology Assessment
Suggested citation:

Bryant M, Ashton L, Brown J, Jebb S, Wright J, Roberts K, et al.. (2014) Systematic review to identify and appraise outcome measures used to evaluate childhood obesity treatment interventions (CoOR): evidence of purpose, application, validity, reliability and sensitivity [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/892539 [Accessed: 23rd October 2019].

  

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