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Using conversation analysis to review and improve brief weight loss interventions in primary care

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National guidelines exhort GPs to give brief opportunistic interventions for weight loss which incorporate the offer of referral to an effective behavioural programme, such as a commercial weight management service (CWMS). These brief interventions have been shown to be effective. However, GPs rarely deliver these interventions, and have requested more support to facilitate delivery. Current guidelines provide little detail to support GPs because there is sparse evidence regarding how to d...

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MSD
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Primary Care Health Sciences
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School for Primary Care Research (NIHR SPCR)
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2020-02-05

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