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Partnership Optimizes Weight Management in Primary Care

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Partnership Optimizes Weight Management in Primary Care

The purpose of this study is to examine whether a primary care weight management intervention delivered by peer coaches produces greater weight loss than a self-directed program without peer coach support.

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Behavioral - weight loss intervention - self directed

Behavioral - weight loss intervention - peer coach

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Primary Care Obesity Management in the Southeast_PROMISE

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NCT02959021

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