This mixed methods project will expand upon an electronic health record (EHR)-based sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) screening program for children. The research team will develop a brief educational video on SSBs to pair with ongoing screening of pediatric patients, and will evaluate video implementation in clinical practice. The team of obesity and health communications researchers will first develop and test the optimal format and content for the video, using parental focus groups to compare narrative and didactic approaches. They will then produce and disseminate the video, automating its delivery through the EHR to parents of children who report high levels of SSB intake. They will conduct a process evaluation of this new patient education resource by measuring video viewing rates (and predictors of viewing) in eight clinical practices. This initial work will support a subsequent grant to study the effectiveness of a combined screening/video intervention for reducing child SSB intake.