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Abstract: We aimed to develop an expert consensus on standardizing data collections in specialist obesity management clinics in Australia. A panel of 16 experts participated in a structured consensus‐driven Delphi process to reach agreement on a minimum set of baseline patient data collections for consideration in specialist obesity services. The panel included surgeons, clinicians, allied health professionals (dietician, exercise physiologist, psychologist), a bariatric nurse and obesity researchers. We produced a reco… Show more

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“…COSs have been developed across a range of health areas, including bariatric and metabolic surgery. While a recent study obtained expert panel consensus on recommendations for standard baseline assessment in medical obesity management clinics, to our knowledge, the study described herein is the first of its kind to develop a COS and corresponding definition/instrument set for BWMIs for adults with overweight and obesity. This is much needed in order to standardise reporting which, in turn, will lead to a better evidence base and improvements in weight management provision.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…COSs have been developed across a range of health areas, including bariatric and metabolic surgery. While a recent study obtained expert panel consensus on recommendations for standard baseline assessment in medical obesity management clinics, to our knowledge, the study described herein is the first of its kind to develop a COS and corresponding definition/instrument set for BWMIs for adults with overweight and obesity. This is much needed in order to standardise reporting which, in turn, will lead to a better evidence base and improvements in weight management provision.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%