A Guide to Delivering and Commissioning Tier 2 Adult Weight Management Services

V Coulton, Louisa Ells, J Blackshaw, E Boylan, A. E. (Alison) Tedstone

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Abstract

Tackling obesity requires multi-level action across all sectors, and part of this action should include local authorities and clinical commissioning groups co-commissioning weight management services across the obesity pathway.
This guide brings together the evidence to support the local commissioning and delivery of effective tier 2 weight management services for overweight and obese children and their families.

This guide is most appropriate for designing and commissioning services for children aged 4-12 years old and is not aimed at supporting the design, delivery and commissioning of adolescent weight management services.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPublic Health England
Commissioning bodyPublic Health England
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Coulton, V., Ells, L., Blackshaw, J., Boylan, E., & Tedstone, A. E. A. (2017). A Guide to Delivering and Commissioning Tier 2 Adult Weight Management Services. Public Health England.
Coulton, V ; Ells, Louisa ; Blackshaw, J ; Boylan, E ; Tedstone, A. E. (Alison). / A Guide to Delivering and Commissioning Tier 2 Adult Weight Management Services. Public Health England, 2017.
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