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2011-2014

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Background and study aims The Healthy Eating and Lifestyle Programme (HELP) has shown promising results in an initial hospital-based study and this is now the main study. The treatment uses motivational and solution focused psychological techniques, combined with up-to-date information on nutrition and lifestyle. HELP was developed in consultation with healthcare professionals from multi-disciplinary backgrounds and in response to specific feedback from young people and health care workers who took part in the HELP initial study. Who can participate? Young people aged 12 to 19 struggling with overweight in London and surrounding boroughs What does the study involve? Young people are randomly allocated to one of two methods of managing weight: 1. Intervention (HELP): 12 x 45-minute solution-focused, motivational interviewing sessions with a trained health care worker and delivered in the young person's community. 2. Control: 1 x 45-minute educational session based upon current Department of Health guidelines regarding healthy lifestyle, delivered by a practise nurse at the young person's GP surgery. All young people in the study are seen at regular intervals at the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Clinical Research Facility for psychological and physical assessment (including fasting blood tests). During these assessments, any significant medical or mental health issues are referred on appropriately if identified. Researchers do not know which group the young people are in. Everyone involved with running the study receives safety and child protection training and has been CRB checked. What are the possible benefits and risks of participating? Possible benefits include weight maintenance or loss, improved fitness and increased self-confidence. HELP focuses on motivating and empowering young people to find change from within, listening to their thoughts and ideas about weight and lifestyle, with an emphasis on harnessing existing strengths and skills in the management of their overweight. Participating is free to the young people involved: public transport expenses to and from sessions are covered and the young people are given a £40 iTunes or high street store voucher as a thank you for participating. Where is the study run from? UCL Institute of Child Health (UK) When is the study starting and how long is it expected to run for? January 2011 to September 2014 Who is funding the study? National Institute of Health Research Programme Grants for Applied Research (UK) Who is the main contact? Anne Mathiot a.mathiot@ich.ucl.ac.uk More... »

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