Transforming Obesity Prevention for Children (TOPCHILD)
“Early childhood is a period when many behaviours that can contribute to the development of obesity, such as poor eating habits and physical inactivity are established. These can then track into later childhood and contribute to the problem of obesity.”
Support families to set up healthy habits within the first two years of life.
To deconstruct childhood obesity interventions into their components using a systematic, internationally recognised framework.
To assess each discrete intervention component, establishing their relative impact on child obesity outcomes.
To assess which intervention components are particularly effective for specific populations (e.g. by socioeconomic position).
CRICOS Provider: 00114A TEQSA Provider ID: PRV12097 TEQSA category: Australian University
Last Updated: 23 Jun 2021
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