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National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research Efforts to Advance Childhood Obesity Research: Progress and Next Steps


The National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR), a public–private partnership of 4 leading childhood obesity research funders—the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NIH, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and U.S. Department of Agriculture—was formed in 2008 with a goal of accelerating progress to reduce childhood obesity by improving measurement and increasing access to childhood obesity data. NCCOR has a shared ownership model. Each organization contributes funding, which supports projects as well as coordination by a nonprofit human development organization, FHI 360.
A decade ago, considerably less was known about the macrolevel determinants of childhood obesity, and there was limited knowledge of available data sets and measures suitable for childhood obesity research. In response to this challenge, NCCOR introduced 2 landmark tools: (1) the Catalogue of Surveillance Systems, 1-stop access to publicly available data sets, and (2) the Measures Registry, a searchable database of diet and physical activity measures across 4 domains relevant to childhood obesity: individual diet, food environment, individual physical activity, and physical activity environment.

  • McKinnon RA
  • Reedy J
  • Berrigan D
  • Krebs-Smith SM
NCCOR Catalogue and Registry Working Groups
The National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research catalogue of surveillance systems and measures registry: new tools to spur innovation and increase productivity in childhood obesity research.