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Interested in learning more about the project results? Check out our publications page, which includes lay summaries in accessible language. You can also learn more about how to apply to use the NoHoW dataset here.
Our final project workshop took place at a COMs training workshop at Hospital Lusiadas in Lisbon on 25 Feb 2020. The workshop was co-hosted by ADEXO (the Portuguese society for Patients with Obesity) and by two accredited EASO Centres for Obesity Management (COMs). The workshop showcased key elements of the NoHoW project and the Position Statement.[…]
Registration for our final workshop is now open! The European Association for the Study of Obesity in conjunction with the Sociedade Portuguesa para o Estudo da Obesidade (SPEO), Hospital Lusidas, Lisboa, ADEXO Portuguese obesity patient organisation and NoHoW, are pleased to invite you to join a National Teaching and COMs course on Long Term Weight[…]
Join us at our final workshop 25 February 2020 in Lisbon!
NoHoW was pleased to be invited to share our draft position statement on long-term weight regain prevention at the EASO Centres for Obesity Management (COMs) Summit in Gdańsk Poland on October 11, 2019. The annual COMs conference provides a comprehensive programme for clinical professionals to help improve their knowledge and increase understanding of obesity management[…]
NoHoW’s coordinator Berit Heitmann presented results of the NoHoW trial at the University of Auckland this week.
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The NoHoW team met September 17-18 in Aarhus, Denmark to share recent updates on the NoHoW Toolkit and trial results. Colleagues involved in each phase of the project shared the most recent developments in these areas and project publications were also discussed. Initial NoHoW project results are now available to the team and will be announced[…]
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[…]