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Family-centeredness of childhood obesity interventions: psychometrics

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Title
Family-centeredness of childhood obesity interventions: psychometrics & outcomes of the family-centered care assessment tool
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Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, June 2020
DOI 10.1186/s12955-020-01431-y
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Meg Simione, Mona Sharifi, Monica W. Gerber, Richard Marshall, Earlene Avalon, Lauren Fiechtner, Christine Horan, E. John Orav, Joseph Skelton, Elsie M. Taveras

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#13,953,926
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#1,567
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#239,648
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