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childhood obesity 1018 scoping review addresses the broad research question ‘What is the evidence on interventions to prevent childhood obesity ?’. It aims to give an overview of the various interventions available, understand those which are
childhood obesity 3623 infants and young children is expected to spiral up to 70 million by 2025.[1]Although the prevalence of childhood obesity is estimated to be lower than the prevalence of adult obesity (5% against 13%), the rate of increase
childhood obesity 3745 estimated to be lower than the prevalence of adult obesity (5% against 13%), the rate of increase in childhood obesity in many countries is alarmingly greater than the rate of increase in adult obesity.[2] These trends
childhood obesity 5531 causal linkages between the different variables.[24] To confront this complexity, strategies to tackle childhood obesity that are currently implemented in many countries combine behavioural, lifestyle interventions targeting
childhood obesity 6368 of sugar in the products children eat most, which have been pledged in the plan for action against childhood obesity published by the UK Government in 2016.[30] Similar strategies are implemented in the USA,[31] Canada[32]
childhood obesity 6775 needed.[13] To this aim, a scoping review of reviews of the literature on interventions to prevent childhood obesity is proposed with the objective of providing a descriptive overview of what these interventions are,
childhood obesity 7673 review aims to overcome the narrow foci of the few scoping reviews already available on prevention of childhood obesity (eg, interventions delivered in specific settings, such as schools)[37] and to adopt a comprehensive
childhood obesity 9120 questionsPreliminarily to identifying the research question, an exploratory review of the literature on childhood obesity helped refine the scope of the present protocol. This phase informed the decision not to use any criteria
childhood obesity 9997 assess obesity in children?If these interventions are effective, what is the scale of the reduction in childhood obesity ?What are the barriers and facilitators to effective implementation of these interventions?What evidence
childhood obesity 11424 population: children and adolescents, aged below 18.Types of intervention: interventions aiming at preventing childhood obesity .Types of review articles: systematic reviews, meta-analyses, scoping reviews, evidence maps, rapid reviews,
obesity 104 Title: BMJ OpenA scoping review protocol to map the evidence on interventions to prevent overweight and obesity in childrenPeer-Benedikt Vincent BussiekChiara De PoliGwyn BevanLondonPublication date (collection):
obesity 365 2/2018AbstractIntroductionObesity has become one of the biggest public health problems of the 21st century. Prevalence of obesity in children and adolescents has increased dramatically worldwide over the last 20 years, and this trend
obesity 552 20 years, and this trend is expected to continue. Obesity in childhood is concerning as it predicts obesity in adulthood, a common risk factor for a wide array of chronic diseases and poor health outcomes. Obesity
obesity 888 outlines the protocol for a scoping review of published literature reviews on interventions to prevent obesity in children. The scoping review addresses the broad research question ‘What is the evidence on interventions
obesity 1028 addresses the broad research question ‘What is the evidence on interventions to prevent childhood obesity ?’. It aims to give an overview of the various interventions available, understand those which are
obesity 2262 at relevant conferences and disseminated as part of future workshops with professionals involved in obesity prevention.Strengths and limitations of this studyThe present protocol is for a scoping review of published
obesity 2470 published systematic reviews, as a pragmatic way of dealing with the large evidence base available on obesity prevention in children.The present scoping review aims to use 11 electronic databases and tailored search
obesity 3010 review will not be performed, as this would be beyond the aim of a scoping review.BackgroundChildhood obesity , the abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health,[1] has become a global problem.
obesity 3633 young children is expected to spiral up to 70 million by 2025.[1]Although the prevalence of childhood obesity is estimated to be lower than the prevalence of adult obesity (5% against 13%), the rate of increase
obesity 3695 2025.[1]Although the prevalence of childhood obesity is estimated to be lower than the prevalence of adult obesity (5% against 13%), the rate of increase in childhood obesity in many countries is alarmingly greater
obesity 3755 to be lower than the prevalence of adult obesity (5% against 13%), the rate of increase in childhood obesity in many countries is alarmingly greater than the rate of increase in adult obesity.[2] These trends
obesity 3838 increase in childhood obesity in many countries is alarmingly greater than the rate of increase in adult obesity .[2] These trends are expected to continue if no radical actions to tackle the epidemic are implemented.Obesity
obesity 4493 rebound, the point in life when body mass index (BMI) rises again after reaching a nadir, predicts later obesity .[13] Hence, obese children are more likely than children with normal BMI to remain obese as adults[12]
obesity 4686 obese as adults[12] and to experience greater risk of poorer health outcomes.[21]Options for treating obesity , pharmacological and surgical, are currently available but are costly, hence cannot be afforded at
obesity 4941 reasons, early prevention during childhood is better than attempts at cure later in life.[23]However, obesity prevention in children is a complex task. The obesity system map for the UK represents such complexity
obesity 4995 than attempts at cure later in life.[23]However, obesity prevention in children is a complex task. The obesity system map for the UK represents such complexity in a powerful way. The map was developed as a heuristic
obesity 5144 complexity in a powerful way. The map was developed as a heuristic tool to describe the anatomy of the obesity system and it includes more than 100 variables (clustered thematically around physiology, individual
obesity 5541 linkages between the different variables.[24] To confront this complexity, strategies to tackle childhood obesity that are currently implemented in many countries combine behavioural, lifestyle interventions targeting
obesity 5845 wider population is exposed.[25] As such they intend to address the energy imbalance that leads to obesity , caused by a combination of exposure to an unhealthy environment as well as inadequate behavioural responses
obesity 6378 in the products children eat most, which have been pledged in the plan for action against childhood obesity published by the UK Government in 2016.[30] Similar strategies are implemented in the USA,[31] Canada[32]
obesity 6585 Canada[32] and in many European countries.[33]In order to inform evidence-based policies in the area of obesity prevention in children, a synthesis of the body of evidence currently available is needed.[13] To this
obesity 6785 needed.[13] To this aim, a scoping review of reviews of the literature on interventions to prevent childhood obesity is proposed with the objective of providing a descriptive overview of what these interventions are,
obesity 7683 to overcome the narrow foci of the few scoping reviews already available on prevention of childhood obesity (eg, interventions delivered in specific settings, such as schools)[37] and to adopt a comprehensive
obesity 9130 questionsPreliminarily to identifying the research question, an exploratory review of the literature on childhood obesity helped refine the scope of the present protocol. This phase informed the decision not to use any criteria
obesity 9362 review to specific study populations (eg, specific age groups) as it became clear that overweight and obesity need to be addressed as early as possible and also opportunistically, as weight gain in children appears
obesity 9501 as possible and also opportunistically, as weight gain in children appears to be a good predictor of obesity in adulthood.[12]On the basis of the initial exploratory research, the following research questions
obesity 9677 the following research questions were identified:What types of interventions to prevent children’s obesity are addressed in the literature?What are the children populations targeted by these interventions?In
obesity 9901 are these interventions provided?Are these interventions effective?Which measures are used to assess obesity in children?If these interventions are effective, what is the scale of the reduction in childhood obesity?What
obesity 10007 obesity in children?If these interventions are effective, what is the scale of the reduction in childhood obesity ?What are the barriers and facilitators to effective implementation of these interventions?What evidence
obesity 11434 and adolescents, aged below 18.Types of intervention: interventions aiming at preventing childhood obesity .Types of review articles: systematic reviews, meta-analyses, scoping reviews, evidence maps, rapid reviews,
obesity 11924 population (individuals aged 18 year or above) and reviews focusing on interventions for the treatment of obesity (eg, bariatric surgery), rather than its prevention.As suggested by Levac et al,[45] the team used
obesity 15692 interventionDescribe for how long the intervention is delivered and its intensity12. Definition of overweight/ obesity Specify the definition of overweight/obesity used in the review13. Description of the study populationTarget
obesity 15736 delivered and its intensity12. Definition of overweight/obesitySpecify the definition of overweight/ obesity used in the review13. Description of the study populationTarget populationSpecify if the intervention
obesity 17891 interventions covered by the review, characteristics of the study populations, definition of overweight/ obesity adopted in the reviews, setting, length and intensity of the interventions, types of outcomes assessed,
obesity 19314 will provide information on the body of research that has been conducted on interventions to prevent obesity in children. For example, evidence on the interventions to tackle children obesity will be presented
obesity 19397 interventions to prevent obesity in children. For example, evidence on the interventions to tackle children obesity will be presented by age groups in order to show at what point in the life course and what types of
obesity 20610 scoping review to provide a comprehensive overview of the evidence base of interventions to prevent obesity in children and to highlight areas where evidence is controversial or missing. It will also provide
obesity 20886 in planning, funding and delivering evidence based and effective interventions to prevent children obesity . For this reason, the results will be also disseminated as part of future workshops with professionals
obesity 21009 reason, the results will be also disseminated as part of future workshops with professionals involved in obesity prevention.Supplementary MaterialReviewer commentsAuthor's manuscrip

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