NoHoW trial lead Prof. James Stubbs (University of Leeds) spoke at the ASO Yorkshire Regional Meeting in Leeds, 12 Oct 2017. The meeting focused on the use of technology in addressing obesity. Prof. Stubbs talked about Evidence-based digital solutions for weight loss maintenance.
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The NoHoW team met at Slimming World UK Headquarters on 22 June 2017 to discuss how NoHoW can be applied to further support Slimming World members maintain their weight loss. We discussed the latest evidence on weight maintenance and the NoHoW Toolkit, as well as current Slimming World services. There was a great brainstorming session[…]
NoHoW featured in the Health-EU newsletter, June 2017 edition.
NoHoW was featured in a recent edition of Horizon, the EU Research and Innovation Magazine. We see a lot of apps that would claim to help you lose weight, but none maintain weight loss, and few of them are evidence-based. Berit Heitmann, NoHoW Coordinator You can read the full article here.
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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[…]
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NoHoW has been featured in ‘Frederiksberg Bladet’, a weekly magazine in Denmark. You can read the article in Danish here, on page 29.