Create a poster slide in Microsoft PowerPoint.
1. The problem statement you developed
The urgency of this problem lies in the fact that, according to the World Health Organization, more than a billion people worldwide are overweight (Samara et al., 2019). The problem of obesity is relevant for countries in which most of the population is constantly starving, and in industrialized countries it has long been a serious aspect of public health. In Western Europe, 10-20% of men and 20-25% of women are overweight or obese, and in some Eastern European countries, the proportion of people with obesity is 35%. Obesity interacts with various organs and systems, including the central nervous system, which entails negative consequences for the overall health of the whole organism (Samara et al., 2019). Therefore, the clinical problem of obesity and health promotion is really relevant.
2. Developed a clinical question using (PICO(T))
3. Succinct summary of quantitative, qualitative, any mixed method, and systematic reviews that you have previously utilized ( see below)
4. Key findings
5. Limitations of studies reviewed
6. Recommendations for practice (may also include education, policy, and research if applicable)
Gómez-del-Río, N., González-González, C. S., Toledo-Delgado, P. A., Muñoz-Cruz, V., & García-Peñalvo, F. (2020). Health promotion for childhood obesity: An approach based on self-tracking of data. sensors, 20(3), 1-28.
Lavie, C. J., Laddu, D., Arena, R., Ortega, F. B., Alpert, M. A., & Kushner, R. F. (2018). Healthy weight and obesity prevention: JACC health promotion series. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 72(13), 1506-1531.
Samara, A., Andersen, P. T., & Aro, A. R. (2019). Health promotion and obesity in the Arab gulf states: Challenges and good practices. Journal of Obesity, 18(12), 785-794.