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Help develop clinical resources for obesity prevention

Do you feel passionate about tackling childhood obesity? Clinicians who see infants (0-2 years) in clinical practice and parents/guardians of infants are invited to join two video/teleconference sessions (approximately one hour each) to have a conversation on how to best develop two clinical resources for i-PATHWAY- a digital tool to predict childhood obesity. You can help shape the future of clinical childhood obesity prevention! Please email Leila (l.fathi@uqconnect.edu.au) if interested.

We acknowledge that our community is experiencing challenging times due to COVID-19. Your well-being is of utmost importance so if you deem participation is no longer appropriate, you may withdraw at any point without penalty.