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Table 28Summary of the strength of evidence for weight-related outcomes in studies taking place in a primary care setting

SettingIntervention, nYears of PublicationEnrolled ParticipantsStudies With Low/Moderate/High Risk of Bias(n)% With Favorable (Statistically Sig) Outcome% With Favorable Outcome (Does Not Need to be Stat Sig)Risk of BiasConsistencyPrecisionDirectnessStrength of the Evidence
Primary CareC, 120096000/1/000ModerateNAImpreciseDirectInsufficient

C = combination diet and physical activity intervention; NA = not applicable

From: Results

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Wang Y, Wu Y, Wilson RF, et al.

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