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Citation : Braun KL, Nigg CR, Fialkowski MK, Butel J, Hollyer JR, Barber LR, Bersamin A, Coleman P, Teo-Martin U, Vargo AM, Novotny R. (2014)
Using the ANGELO model to develop the children's healthy living program multilevel intervention to promote obesity preventing behaviors for young children in the U.S.-affiliated Pacific Region.
Child Obes 10(6):474-81.
Abstract : Using the ANGELO model assured that the regional intervention was evidence based while recognizing jurisdiction context, which should increase effectiveness and sustainability.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25369548
PMID : 25369548
PMCID : PMC4267707
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