Source: Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
Date Published: 2017
This article describes a study to examine family (patient, parent/guardian) and clinician preferences for identification and management of obesity and obesity-related conditions during the well-child visit. It found that teens and parents expect weight to be discussed at well-child visits and prefer discussions to come from a trusted clinician who uses serious, consistent language. Teens did not recognize the health implications from excess weight, and both parents and teens express the need for more information on strategies to change behavior.
Source: Cardea Services
Source: National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Source: Center for Parent and Teen Communication