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Childhood obesity: An integrated review towards the comprehension of scientific data sources

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Project Description

Childhood obesity is an ever-growing issue in Scotland and around the globe. This project laid down the foundation of using routine data sources to understand the incidence/prevalence of childhood obesity and explore availability of relevant contributing factors data available from public sector and other organisations. Ultimately, this work would help Scotland to develop a data model for UNECEF and build on the data prowess to deal with this challenge for future generations. This project was developed for the UNICEF-Data Lab data collaborative (https://www.dataforchildrencollaborative.com/) and in partnership with National Services Scotland (NSS).

Status Project Complete
Funder(s) The Data Lab
Value £19,197.00
Project Dates Feb 1, 2019 - Apr 30, 2019

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