Ruairi O’Driscoll, Richard James Stubbs and Graham Horgan presented ‘A methodology to minimise the effect of missing data for the use of commercial activity monitors in free-living subjects’ at the UK Congress on Obesity 2019 (12 – 13 Sep 2019). The study used 14-days of minute-level, Fitbit charge 2 data collected in the NoHoW trial. The[…]
Prof. Berit Heitmann spoke at the Århus Meeting of the Danish Association for the Study of Obesity 05 Sept 2019. The meeting focus was ‘Maintaining weight loss – is it possible?’. She presented ‘Weight Loss Maintenance – Main Results from the NoHoW project’ and participated in a panel discussion with Dr. Pia Christensen (PREVIEW) and Prof. Jens[…]
NoHoW’s coordinator Berit Heitmann was interviewed for the Aug 2019 edition of EUindblik, a publication of the Danish Ministry of Education and Research.
We are pleased to report that the NoHoW consortium was represented by members of the Lisbon team at the 18th ISBNPA Annual Meeting, which took place in beautiful Prague, from June 4th to 7th, 2019. Using preliminary data from NoHoW trial, Jorge Encantado presented a discriminant analysis of psychological variables among weight losers, suggesting that more[…]
Coordinator Berit Heitmann presented ‘Latest results from the NoHoW intervention’ at the Parker Institute Staff Meeting on 11 June 2019. Prof. Heitmann is Head of the Research Unit for Dietary Studies at the institute. Overall, the institute aims to improve the status of health in the population via prevention at all levels, increasing knowledge of[…]
NoHoW featured at the Spring Meeting of the Danish Association for the Study of Obesity (04 June 2019, Copenhagen), where the focus was ‘Maintaining Weight Loss – Is It Possible?’. At the meeting, Coordinator Prof. Berit Heitmann presented results on weight maintenance from NoHoW. A second Danish-led EU-funded project on effective lifestyle for the prevention of type 2 diabetes[…]