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9th Annual Let’s Go! National Obesity Conference – Obesity: Making The Connection To Cancer

Learn about the latest evidence of the impact of obesity and cancer on patients. Presentations include a focus on the relationship of diet and physical activity on these diseases, and programs and resources to support patients in clinical and community settings.

Let’s Go! provides a variety of training opportunities for practice teams. We’ll train your entire team on how Let’s Go! 5-2-1-0 can help fight childhood obesity by focusing on healthy habits. Please contact us to discuss in-person training.


Motivational Interviewing for Behavior Change – 5 part webinar series
Let’s Go! is committed to developing learning opportunities for practice teams which will enhance your abilities to counsel and guide patients towards healthy eating and active living for better health. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an effective technique which ignites a patient’s internal drive for change. This evidence based approach has been used with diverse populations and in varied settings.

Caring for Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD)
As children with I/DD can face more challenges to adopting healthy habits than their typically developing peers, Let’s Go! created resources to help support this special population. This 14-Minute Video for health care professionals is designed to help improve health outcomes for patients with I/DD. It is narrated by pediatrician Dr. Stephanie Joy. Maine Medical Center provides .5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(s) to participants who complete the educational module.

Early Identification and Assessment of Childhood Obesity Webinar Series
This webinar series provides information about early identification and assessment of childhood obesity, the role of primary care, and the skills and tools to address this critical issue facing our children today.

5-2-1-0 Webinar Series
Learn about prevention and treatment of obesity including: pathophysiology, assessment, counseling on nutrition and physical activity, bias and stigma, and treatment.