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Author: SNG
Behaviour Therapy Healthy Eating Promotion Physical Activity Promotion
The aim of the intervention is to offer tailored advice, motivation, and practical support to individuals who want to adopt a healthier lifestyle. The objectives are to support clients in setting goals and planning behaviour change
The aim of the intervention is to guide participants into making simple, healthy lifestyle changes. The objectives are to enable participants to identify personal health goals by relecting on their own lifestyle.
Primary aims of this intervention are weight management and behaviour change of children 7-16 years old and secondary aims include parental weight management and increase in self esteem and confidence in both children and their families. The Referred Child:Will understand the importance of healthy...
The aims of this intervention are: To reduce adult obesity levels To improve access to weight management services in primary care. To improve access to weight management services for areas with high BME populations or poor access to commercial weight loss providers To improve diet and nutrition,...
Author: NHS Lanarkshire
The aim of this intervention is to support children to achieve and maintain a health weight range by supporting them to make positive healthy lifestyle choices.
The aim of this intervention is to increase the accessibility of appropriate evidence based support to people who are clinically obese to enable them to make lifestyle changes that will lead to weight loss. Objectives1. Identify patients whose lifestyle put them at risk of obesity and poor health...
The aim of this intervention is to evaluate people's health at the start of the project and after one year to monitor people's phyical activity and to provide data
Author: SSoTP, NHS
The aim of this intervention is to offer support to overweight and obese patients, particularly those with co-morbidities to make changes to lifestyle in food habits and physical activity.
Increase Physical Activity levels to prevent and treat disease

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