Background and goal Residential camps have been used to deliver weight‐loss interventions to pediatric populations, but very little is known about how exactly children perceive and evaluate attending such camps. Therefore, this study examined children’s perceptions of participating in a home pediatric weight‐reduction camp. 13.56) of the 2002 Carnegie International Camp‐UK (CIC‐UK) were involved in semi‐organized interviews, that have been transcribed and subjected to an inductive evaluation treatment verbatim. Results Results reflected pre‐camp issues including worries (boot camp fears, being bullied) and goals and aspirations (weight-loss goals, reducing bullying, increasing self‐esteem and making friends). Negative elements regarding the camp experience were nutritional and homesickness concerns. Positive elements of the camp experience were enjoyment, peer support, staff support, and choice of activities.
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