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Amy Ahern Sep 12
Excited to be here with at . I’m wondering if any delegates here are interested in applying for this fabulous job opportunity in obesity research Feel free to come grab me for a chat if you are!
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Oli Williams Sep 12
Brilliant ethnographic research demonstrating how the social determinants of health influence people’s everyday lives. Really rich data, insightful analysis & useful action points.Great to see the work of an outstanding ECR recognised by in this way
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Gemma Bridge Sep 12
Poster is up and ready for viewing conference today ! Find it at P2 ( )
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Michael Chang Sep 12
For 1 day only, pleased to present Poster on Using town planning powers to promote healthy weight environments. Collaboration with & . Planning is an important part of national/local whole systems approach so take note.
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kenclare Sep 13
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Mary O'Kane Sep 12
Strong patient voice - people first of course
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ECPO Sep 13
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Adrian Brown PhD RD Sep 12
Wonderful, thought provoking presentation by about weight stigma, the physical impact of stigma on people living with obesity & the ‘fallacy of consultations’
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Jonathan Hazlehurst Sep 13
Gave up my cricket ticket today at the Oval to be at day 2 of .. fortunately worth it... No pressure though
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Martin Cadek Sep 13
Very thankful to be able to present the study on impact of weight status in patient - practitioner relationship at . Here are few slides from the presentation. I'll prepare shareable version as well. Thank you everyone!
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Abd Tahrani Sep 11
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Mary O'Kane Sep 13
Replying to @Mpmok
Time restricted eating Mixed findings
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Mary O'Kane Sep 12
Giles Yeo explaining brain control of food intake. Great entertaining presentation. Genetics -predicts waist hip ratio and BMI. Genetics is stable however need to be able to measure and understand the role of the environment better.
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Pauline Oustric Sep 13
The better the weight loss the better the remission from diabetes
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Maria Crosby Sep 13
speaking at intermittent fasting not a magic bullet but can impact on cardiovascular risk
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Abd Tahrani Sep 13
Some useful conclusions about intermittent energy restriction
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Dr. Laura Wilkinson Sep 12
They survived! DRY posters at Left: Disorganized attachment predicts BMI via uncontrolled eating Right: Adults’ use of dessert-only restaurants
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Jonathan Hazlehurst Sep 11
The gut understanding the gut to promote understanding of mechanisms of obesity
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Pauline Oustric Sep 11
showcasing bigger portion size - Bigger portion size driving energy intake - It is difficult to know what is an appropriate portion size - bigger portion size is linked to obesity
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Sondos kalendar Sep 13
My poster from earlier today. Arabic version of myfood24 food database.
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