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Slide Presentation of the 2007 Annual Meeting of AHRQ

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Changes in the Visit with the PDA

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  • Parental data routinely gathered for major areas of well child visit are determined before the start of the visit for clinician review
  • More obesity risk factors assessed than routine visits
    • Clinician can expand on topics
    • Can support good choices
  • Prepares parent for discussion
    • Concerns re common topics
    • Clear than eating and activity important to clinician
    • Readiness to make change for child's eating and activity
  • Efficient use of visit time
    • Completed in 3-4 minutes
    • Children often have hearing/vision screening in this age group and can complete then.

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