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More than two years in the making, the Canadian Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines CPGs provide a much-needed evidence- and experience-based, patient-centred framework for healthcare professionals, patients and policy makers. They represent the first comprehensive update in Canadian obesity guidelines since , and perhaps the most extensive review of published evidence yet conducted in obesity worldwide. Developed by Obesity Canada and the Canadian Association of Bariatric Physicians and Surgeons, the new CPGs were authored by more than 60 Canadian health professionals, researchers and individuals living with obesity. Together, they assessed well over , published peer-reviewed articles and built consensus on a wide range of clinical and scientific issues to identify 80 key recommendations. Arya M. Sharma, scientific director of Obesity Canada.

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New Canadian Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines Published

The Canadian Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines CPGs provide a much-needed evidence- and experience-based, patient-centred framework for healthcare professionals, patients and policy makers. They represent the first comprehensive update in Canadian obesity guidelines since , and perhaps the most extensive review of published evidence yet conducted in obesity worldwide. Developed by Obesity Canada and the Canadian Association of Bariatric Physicians and Surgeons, the new CPGs were authored by more than 60 Canadian health professionals, researchers and individuals living with obesity. Together, they assessed well over , published peer-reviewed articles and built consensus on a wide range of clinical and scientific issues to identify 80 key recommendations. A summary of the recommendations is published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal online, and 19 in-depth chapters are available via the menu on this page. The 19 CPG chapters will be an open-source, living document that will be updated as new evidence emerges. Each chapter contains key messages for people living with obesity, as well as key messages and recommendations for healthcare providers and policy makers.

New Canadian Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines Published

Posted by Dr. The Guidelines were developed to support family doctors and their health care teams in providing excellent, evidence-informed, and patient-centred care for people living with overweight or obesity. We included key messages for people living with excess weight, such that people living with this chronic disease can learn about obesity and use these guidelines as an advocacy tool to approach their health care providers for help. The guidelines are also intended as a tool for all health care providers, policy makers, insurance providers, and educators to improve care, and access to important treatment options.
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