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Table FSummary of the strength of evidence for weight-related outcomes in studies taking place in the community

SettingIntervention Type, NumberNumber of Enrolled ParticipantsNumber of Studies With L/M/H RoBRoBConsistencyPrecisionDirectnessSOE
Community onlyPA, 1460/1/0ModerateNAImpreciseDirectInsufficient
Community-schoolC, 32,966 and children at 24 schoolsa0/3/0ModerateConsistentImpreciseDirectModerate
Community-school-homeC, 11,9890/2/0ModerateNAPreciseDirectInsufficient
Community-homeC, 25640/1/1HighConsistentImpreciseDirectInsufficient
Community-home-PC-CCC, 143,8110/1/0ModerateNAPreciseDirectInsufficient
Community-school-PC-CCC, 1NR0/0/1HighNAPreciseDirectInsufficient

C = combination of diet and physical activity interventions; CC = childcare; H = high; L = low; M = moderate; NA = not applicable; NR = not reported; PA = physical activity intervention; PC = primary care; RoB = risk of bias; SOE = strength of evidence

a

Mean enrollment = 1,109.

Mean enrollment = 1,109.

From: Executive Summary

Cover of Childhood Obesity Prevention Programs: Comparative Effectiveness Review and Meta-Analysis
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Wang Y, Wu Y, Wilson RF, et al.

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