The final paper (Farnesi et al., 2019) published from our Should I Stay or Should I Go study rolled off the presses last month, marking the end of one era and the continuation of another.
In talking with our colleagues at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, we learned that physicians wanted more (and better!) information about the services available for families at our Pediatric Centre for Weight and Health.
Over the years, we’ve learned a few things about presenting and publishing qualitative research related to obesity. Continue reading
What’s more persuasive – definitive results from a double-blind, placebo-controlled RCT to show treatment A is superior to treatment B or one person’s journey in being diagnosed and treated for a chronic illness? In the end, it depends on context. Continue reading
Not long ago, we completed a randomized clinical trial (The PAC Study) to compare two parent-based interventions for managing pediatric obesity. This week, we published the first of several papers from this project. Continue reading
As some of you know, we completed an RCT not that long ago to compare the effects of two different lifestyle and behavioural interventions for parents of children with obesity. Continue reading