The West Midlands ActiVe lifestyle and healthy Eating in School children (WAVES) study: a cluster randomised controlled trial testing the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a multifaceted obesity prevention intervention programme targeted at children aged 6-7 years
Adab P, Barrett T, Bhopal R, Cade J E, Canaway A, Cheng K K, Clarke J, Daley A, Deeks J, Duda J, Ekelund U, Frew E, Gill P, Griffin T, Hemming K, Hurley K, Lancashire E R, Martin J, McGee E, Pallan M J, Parry J & Passmore S
Record ID 32018000114
Authors' objectives: To assess the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the WAVES (West Midlands ActiVe lifestyle and healthy Eating in School children) study intervention, compared with usual practice, in preventing obesity among primary school children.
Authors' recomendations: The primary analyses show no evidence of clinical effectiveness or cost-effectiveness of the WAVES study intervention. A post hoc analysis, driven by findings at third follow-up, suggests a possible intervention effect, which could have been attenuated by baseline imbalances. There was no evidence of an intervention effect on measures of diet or PA and no evidence of harm.
Project Status: Completed
Year Published: 2018
URL for published report: https://www.journalslibrary.nihr.ac.uk/hta/hta22080/#/abstract
English language abstract: An English language summary is available
Publication Type: Not Assigned
- Cost-Benefit Analysis
- Diet, Healthy
- Life Style
- Treatment Outcome
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