What are the views of overweight and obese adolescents (12-17yrs) attending lifestyle treatment interventions: a qualitative systematic review.
PHE ePoster Library. Jones H. 09/12/17; 186666; 106
Helen Jones
Helen Jones
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Abstract Introduction:Current NICE guidance recommends that obese adolescents attend a family-based multi-component weight management service. However, weight management interventions recruit <2% of the childhood population. For those that do attend, attrition is high. Understanding the views of adolescents is necessary for planning and developing future interventions.Methods:This review examined studies of overweight/obese adolescents who have attended a lifestyle treatment intervention. Interventions were single or multi-component. Only studies that collected and analysed data qualitatively were included. Published literature was identified by searching the following databases: MEDLINE, EMBASE, Web of Science, PsycINFO, ASSIA and CINAHL. Reference lists of included studies were screened.Titles and abstracts of identified records were assessed independently by two reviewers. Full texts of all potentially relevant papers were retrieved. Two reviewers assessed each full text and reasons for exclusion were recorded. Differences in opinions were resolved by a third reviewer.Methodological quality was assessed by two reviewers independently as low, medium or high in terms of trustworthiness and usefulness of findings. Full texts were opened in NVivo and are being analysed using thematic synthesis (Thomas and Harden, 2008). The certainty of review findings will be assessed using the CERQual approach.Results:19,230 records were identified for title and abstract screening. 284 full-texts were screened, with 23 included in the final sample. This review is due for completion in June 2017.Conclusion:Findings will inform development of an adolescent weight management intervention in Coventry. To date, no systematic review has focused on adolescent views of weight management interventions.
Abstract Introduction:Current NICE guidance recommends that obese adolescents attend a family-based multi-component weight management service. However, weight management interventions recruit <2% of the childhood population. For those that do attend, attrition is high. Understanding the views of adolescents is necessary for planning and developing future interventions.Methods:This review examined studies of overweight/obese adolescents who have attended a lifestyle treatment intervention. Interventions were single or multi-component. Only studies that collected and analysed data qualitatively were included. Published literature was identified by searching the following databases: MEDLINE, EMBASE, Web of Science, PsycINFO, ASSIA and CINAHL. Reference lists of included studies were screened.Titles and abstracts of identified records were assessed independently by two reviewers. Full texts of all potentially relevant papers were retrieved. Two reviewers assessed each full text and reasons for exclusion were recorded. Differences in opinions were resolved by a third reviewer.Methodological quality was assessed by two reviewers independently as low, medium or high in terms of trustworthiness and usefulness of findings. Full texts were opened in NVivo and are being analysed using thematic synthesis (Thomas and Harden, 2008). The certainty of review findings will be assessed using the CERQual approach.Results:19,230 records were identified for title and abstract screening. 284 full-texts were screened, with 23 included in the final sample. This review is due for completion in June 2017.Conclusion:Findings will inform development of an adolescent weight management intervention in Coventry. To date, no systematic review has focused on adolescent views of weight management interventions.
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