This study will examine a peer-based, social media-enabled intervention that promotes behavior change through modeling.
Healthy Weight Program Research
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This project focuses on barriers to community-supported agriculture (CSA) and farm stand participation.
Using EHRs, we are extracting obesity-related data from patient records in the Healthy Weight Clinic and CHOP's primary care network.
Investigators will develop a novel, family-based behavioral intervention (Re-Pace) to retrain 4- to 7-year-old rapid eaters at high risk for becoming obese.
This project will assess barriers to community-supported agriculture (CSA) and farm stand participation.
Through this novel collaboration between CHOP and Benefits Data Trust, primary care team members within CHOP’s urban Care Network sites are working to address food insecurity among young patients and their families.
This study will test the effectiveness of a community-based peer mentoring intervention to improve home food preparation practices.
Information from EHRs will be used to assess current obesity-related care in the CHOP pediatric network.
This study focuses on an intervention to reduce postpartum weight retention and increase breastfeeding duration among low income women.
The Healthy Weight Care Assistant was developed to promote the weight status recognition and to support evidence-based recommendation adherence for obesity management.