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Psychosocial Characteristic and Health Care for Unemployed Youths with Extreme Obesity - A Model Project.

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Summary of "Psychosocial Characteristic and Health Care for Unemployed Youths with Extreme Obesity - A Model Project."

In clinical care, unemployed youths have limited access to available obesity treatments including obesity surgery. With the implementation of a specialized obesity outpatient unit in cooperation with five German job-centers we aim to prove whether unemployed youths are interested in obesity treatment and how they adhere to a multilevel obesity treatment in terms of participation rates.

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Name: Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, medizinische Psychologie
ISSN: 1439-1058
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