3rd Scandinavian Pediatric Obesity Conference 2008

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Poster presentation

March 6th 2008

Insulin resistance in obese children and adolescents with regard to their ethnic
background
A Dannemann, Germany

School nurses counselling with obese and overweight pupils — multicultural aspects
M Magnusson, Sweden

Role of physical activity in the associations between television viewing and
central adiposity
F B Ortega, Sweden

Relationship between objectively measu red physical activity, body fat, and markers
of insulin
N Rizzo, Sweden

Fatness, fitness and markers of insulin resistance in school-aged children
J Ruiz, Sweden

The Efficacy of a multifaceted Intervention Tool to Improve Obesity Documentation
in a Outpatient Pediatric Clinic
C Fernandez, USA

Obesity and overweight prevalence and some associated factors in primary school children
M Tabatabaei, Austria

Investigation the Documentation and Diagnosis of Obesity In Nebraska´s Inner
City Pediatric Population
C Bowles, USA

Overweight weight status of school children in Bahrain and Affected factors
N Gharib, Bahrain

Identification and prevention of dietary and lifestyle-induced health effects in
child ren and infants (IDEFICS)
G Eiben, Sweden

Prevalence of overweight and obesity among preschool children in a Swedish
rural area
M Nyholm, Sweden

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The Childhood Obesity Unit, organizing this conference, started in 2001 using a family therapy-based treatment program. The treatment is evidence-based. The treatment team consists of pediatrician, nurse, dietitcian, sports trainer, family therapist and information assistant.
 
More information on Childhood Obesity Unit, Malmö, Sweden

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