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Peymane
Professor of Chronic Disease Epidemiology & Public Health. Researcher in childhood obesity prevention; COPD & lifestyles. Tweets are own views!
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AScottAnderson Jul 16
Well here’s a start ...The seven ways restaurants can encourage people to eat healthily
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Peymane Jul 17
Well done N Macedonia recruiting to trial of motivational interventions to support smoking cessation in country with high tobacco dependence !
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Peymane Jul 17
Replying to @Dr2NisreenAlwan
Brave!
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Food for Life Jul 8
Food for Life welcomes the long overdue launch of the 🥦🥦 A successful healthy schools rating scheme is essential if the Government is to deliver on its commitment of halving child obesity by 2030.
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Peymane Jul 12
Screening for undiagnosed COPD likely to be cost effective IF effects observed in trials could be replicated in practice
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Prof. Jackie Blissett Jul 11
CHANGE intervention and feasibilityRCT: HTA report detailing the process and outcome of cultural adaptation of children’s weight management programme in Birmingham, UK
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Peymane Jul 12
Exciting to embark on new study to evaluate school food policy in secondary schools!
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Peymane Jun 25
Delighted to have opportunity to start new role . Look forward to shape and support high quality research.
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Peymane Jun 25
Replying to @NIHRresearch
Grateful to for this opportunity. Thanks to the outgoing Chair, Professor Frank Kee, for exemplar contribution over the last 5 years! Look forward to my new role, working with an excellent team.
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Peymane Jun 25
Replying to @joclarke38
Thanks for sharing this Jo!
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Peymane Jun 11
Replying to @EFrew12 @HEU_UoB and 6 others
Very well deserved, Congratulations Emma! 🎉👍
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Emma Frew Jun 6
A scoping review and systematic mapping of health promotion interventions associated with obesity in Islamic religious settings in the UK - Rai - - Obesity Reviews - Wiley Online Library
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Peymane Mar 17
Very proud of our son who has been offered a place on from September! Looking forward to even better music 🎸
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IPCRG Jan 16
Congratulations to Hilary Pinnock, the first ever GP elected to lead ERS Clinical Assembly READ MORE AT:
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Peymane Dec 19
First 100 trial participants recruited to answer “does information on lung age promote quitting among smokers in a country with v high smoking prevalence?”
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KK Cheng Dec 15
Food for thought in the festive season.
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Peymane Dec 14
Lower overall mortality in international migrants suggests they are not a health burden to high income countries. No justification for hostile policies
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Peymane Dec 14
Growing health inequalities and reducing life expectancy in some UK populations can’t continue to be ignored report
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Peymane Dec 13
Great to see work presented by today!
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Peymane Dec 13
Great framework for planning collaborative authorship
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