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Publisher: NICE
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: RA0421
Aims of the review\ud \ud To explore the barriers and facilitators to implementing effective and cost effective lifestyle weight management programmes for overweight and obese children and young people. To include the perspectives of those delivering and participating in them, specifically:\ud \ud • children and young people\ud • their parents and carers; and\ud • those providing, commissioning and delivering lifestyle weight management services for children and young people.\ud \ud Research questions\ud \ud The overarching research question is:\ud \ud What barriers and facilitators affect the implementation and uptake of, and adherence to, effective and cost effective lifestyle weight management services for children and young people, from the perspectives of those using, and those providing, commissioning and delivering, these services?\ud \ud To answer this we will address the following subsidiary questions:\ud \ud Q1. What are the views, perceptions, beliefs and experiences of children, young people and their families who use lifestyle weight management services?\ud \ud Q2. What are the views, perceptions, beliefs and experiences of the staff providing, commissioning and delivering lifestyle weight management services to children and young people?\ud \ud Q3. How do the barriers and facilitators perceived by staff, children or young people and their families vary for different population groups of programme users?
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