Want to see what NoHoW is about? You can now watch our explainer video in Danish or Portuguese! To learn more about the NoHoW trial in Denmark and Portugal, check out our local recruitment websites: Denmark: www.dk.nohow.eu Portugal: www.nohow.fmh.ulisboa.pt/ Danish Portuguese
Prof. James Stubbs (University of Leeds) gave a talk recently at the Qualtrics Converge event on 24 April 2017.
NoHoW hosted a successful symposium at ECO2017 on 18 May 2017 entitled ‘Developing and Designing Evidence Based Digital Tools for Weightloss Maintenance: the H2020 NoHoW Project’ The session was chaired by NoHoW Coordinator Prof. Berit Lilienthal Heitmann and Dr. Marta M. Marques. Presentations included: Losing weight and keeping it off in Europe: representative population weight control[…]
Want to know more about what we achieved in our first two years? Check out our recent report to our Scientific Advisory Board!
NoHoW has been featured in ‘Frederiksberg Bladet’, a weekly magazine in Denmark. You can read the article in Danish here, on page 29.
Thank you to everyone who visited our stand at the Be Curious event on Saturday 25th March! It was a great turn out with many people enjoying our ‘health checks’ which involved finding out their body composition, blood pressure, height and weight. We enjoyed explaining all about the NoHoW project to you all and emphasising[…]
NoHoW Coordinator Prof. Berit Heitmann spoke twice at the University of Sydney recently, speaking at the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism Seminar on 28 Mar 2017 and at the Boden Institute Academic Research Seminar on 30 Mar 2017. ‘Navigating towards a healthier weight – The European NoHoW project’ Abstract: We know how to help people lose weight[…]
Check out our first project video, which explains what we are doing to help people manage their weight in the long-term.
The NoHoW trial is open in Portugal and the team are ready to go! For more information, you can visit nohow.fmh.ulisboa.pt/
Christine Antorini, member of the Danish Parliament and Chairwoman of the Research, Innovation and Further Education Committee, visited the NoHoW project on a tour around Frederiksberg and Bispebjerg Hospital, on March 6th 2017, where she met with Professor Berit Heitmann of the Diet Research Unit, Parker Institute. The visit was organized by the Danish Young Academy (www.youngacademy.dk)[…]