New Paper Accepted – Tools & Resources to Prevent Childhood Obesity

As part of her graduate research, Jill Avis (PhD Candidate, UAlberta) completed a study this past year to examine the use of tools and resources to help prevent childhood obesity among a group of clinicians working in primary care.

We learned recently that this mixed-methods study was accepted for publication in Patient Education & Counseling. Want more details? Click HERE. Congrats, Jill!



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