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Weight Management Strategies for Ambulatory Settings
New and Emerging Weight Management Strategies for Busy Ambulatory Settings
Tools and new technologies for discussing weight and assisting overweight and obese patients
Evidence-based strategies to tackle obesity for settings in which patients are seen for a wide variety of problems
Strategies that make use of patient preferences and information technology to deliver weight management programs
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2011: published online before print Aug. 8, 2011, DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0b013e31822b9543
– Obesity Treatment in Ambulatory Settings: What’s Reasonable and Rational? By Jean Harvey-Berino, PhD, RD
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