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Challenges in lifestyle and community interventions research

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posted on 2024-06-04, 06:16 authored by TLS Visscher, Colin BellColin Bell, JS Gubbels, TTK Huang, MJ Bryant, Anna PeetersAnna Peeters, G Horne, SA French
Earlier this year the BMC portfolio was enriched by a new journal BMC Obesity. Here, we present the aims and objectives of the section on Lifestyle and Community Interventions. Innovative research is needed. Preventing or managing obesity requires addressing different determinants across multiple levels where diverse levers and stakeholders can play a critical role. Interactions of these determinants within and between systems need to be studied. How to leverage, manage and measure this complexity underlies the innovation that is needed in the next generation of obesity interventions. The ambition of the Lifestyle and Community Interventions section is to provide a space for innovative research, including research that falls outside the traditional comfort zone. We welcome studies of heterogeneous designs, including those of qualitative, quantitative, mixed and systems methodologies. Studies of interest include not only outcomes research of interventions but also process evaluation, cost effectiveness or cost-benefit analysis, and implementation and dissemination research. Innovations that integrate diverse intervention levers or combine primary and secondary levels of prevention are particularly encouraged. The general aim of BMC Obesity’ s Lifestyle and Community Interventions section is to advance our ability to decide on what combinations of approaches will be required to effectively and equitably prevent obesity.

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Journal

BMC Obesity

Volume

1

Pagination

1-8

Location

London, Eng.

eISSN

2052-9538

Language

eng

Publication classification

C4 Letter or note, C Journal article

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2014, BioMed Central

Issue

29

Publisher

BioMed Central

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