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Using Partners to Enhance Long-Term Weight Loss

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Using Partners to Enhance Long-Term Weight Loss

This study involves an evaluation of the role of domestic partner support in a comprehensive weight loss initiation and maintenance program.

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Behavioral - Partner-assisted intervention

All patients will receive group-based weight loss program for 6 months featuring a calorie-restricted diet and physical activity. Then, all patients will receive a weight loss maintenance intervention for 12 months that involves maintenance-specific content, transitions to individual telephone calls, and decreases frequency of contact. Partners will attend some patient group sessions and be informed of patients' goals and relapse plans. Intervention will be withdrawn for the last 6 months to exa ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

Behavioral - Patient-only intervention

All patients will receive group-based weight loss program for 6 months featuring a calorie-restricted diet and physical activity. Then, all patients will receive a weight loss maintenance intervention for 12 months that involves maintenance-specific content, transitions to individual telephone calls, and decreases frequency of contact. Intervention will be withdrawn for the last 6 months to examine sustainability of effects.

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Using Partners to Enhance Long-Term Weight Loss

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NCT03801174

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