Dr. Pretlow’s latest paper, “Treatment of Child/Adolescent Obesity Using the Addiction Model: A Smartphone App Pilot Study,” will soon appear in the highly-respected print publication Childhood Obesity and can also be found online. Today, let’s gain a better acquaintance with the team behind this estimable work, and give credit to their accomplishments.
Carol M. Stock received her Masters of Nursing degree from the University of Washington and her Juris Doctorate degree from Seattle University, which makes her both a Registered Nurse and an attorney. Among many other interesting professional experiences, Ms. Stock has specialized in Native American/Tribal Health Care and spoken at many health care conferences. She has taught at Northwest University and Seattle Pacific University, and is a principal of the consulting firm Carol M. Stock & Associates.
Dr. Stephen Allison (in some countries, the letters MBBS are used instead of MD) is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, and is currently Associate Professor of Child and Youth Psychiatry in the School of Medicine at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia. 47 of his publications can be found online.
Leigh Roeger, PhD, is a Senior Research Fellow in the Psychiatry Department, also at Flinders University. His expertise is in the mental health of children and adolescents, and among his interests are social network analysis and system dynamics modeling. 21 of his papers are available online, and his bio says:
Current projects include developing mHealth apps based on the Behavioural Activation approach for treating depression to improve outcomes in young people experiencing high levels of distress associated with chronic health conditions.
Dr. Robert A. Pretlow, a Princeton University honor graduate, went on to the University of Virginia Medical School for his MD degree. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. He founded eHealth International, Inc., and Weigh2Rock.com, a lively and innovative website for kids and teens.
More from Dr. Pretlow
All Childhood Obesity News posts are approved by Dr. Pretlow before publication, and here is a handy list of the posts he has personally written, plus a few extras.
and of course the book –
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Source: “Biography,” carolstock.com
Source: “Stephen Allison,” researchgate.net
Source: “Dr. Leigh Roeger,” flinders.edu.au
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