Home | Clinical Weight loss in primary care fails Written by: Mark Greener | Published: 03 November 2014 Behavioural weight loss interventions delivered in primary care produce only 'very small reductions in body weight, which are unlikely to be clinically significant,' according to a meta-analysis of 15 randomised controlled trials encompassing 4539 participants. Please login or register to read the rest of the article and to have access to downloads and comments. What do you think? Leave a comment below or tweet your views to @IndyNurseMag This material is protected by MA Healthcare Ltd copyright. See Terms and Conditions.