Four people talking while sitting at an office tableThe Childhood Obesity Intervention Cost-Effectiveness Study (CHOICES) Project research team relies on collaborations with decision-makers, researchers, and experts to explore strategies to improve physical activity and nutrition and to evaluate childhood obesity prevention interventions and their implementation at a national, state, or local level.

Through our Learning Collaborative Partnerships (LCPs), we have worked with 21 states and cities to evaluate childhood obesity prevention programs and policies. We have also modeled the cost-effectiveness of local sugary drink excise taxes in over 20 states, counties, and cities.