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A subjective exploration of the views and experiences of a dietitian supervising a weight loss residential summer camp for girls aged 11-13 years in the 1970s. / Towell, Ruth; Madden, Angela; Wills, Wendy.

2012. 50 Abstract from British Dietetic Association Research Symposium 2012, United Kingdom.

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N2 - Obesity prevention and management in children is a major public health concern with nearly one third of 2-15year olds in England being categorised as overweight or obese (HSE, 2011). Clinical and personal data collected during a 3-week, residential, weight loss camp for 19 girls aged 11-13 years, run in the 1970s were recently given to the research team by the supervising dietitian, thus providing the opportunity to follow up participants and staff involved in the camp. This study focuses on the supervising dietitian’s views and experiences, then (1971) and now (2012), in the context of the clinical effectiveness and practicalities of supervising such a camp

AB - Obesity prevention and management in children is a major public health concern with nearly one third of 2-15year olds in England being categorised as overweight or obese (HSE, 2011). Clinical and personal data collected during a 3-week, residential, weight loss camp for 19 girls aged 11-13 years, run in the 1970s were recently given to the research team by the supervising dietitian, thus providing the opportunity to follow up participants and staff involved in the camp. This study focuses on the supervising dietitian’s views and experiences, then (1971) and now (2012), in the context of the clinical effectiveness and practicalities of supervising such a camp

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