A priority-driven research agenda for obesity
The Priority-Driven Research Agenda for Obesity Prevention was a project led by the Department of Health Western Australia and Australian National Preventive Health Agency (ANPHA) over 2013–2014.
The Obesity Research Agenda aims to enhance Australia’s capacity to foster and undertake preventive health research.
Australian dietary guidelines (2013) - NHMRC
The Australian Dietary Guidelines use the best available scientific evidence to provide information on the types and amounts of foods, food groups and dietary patterns that aim to:
Australian Pediatric Endocine Group
Weight Disorders / Obesity links.
Clinical guidelines for weight management - NHMRC
Health and diet are big topics in Australia, with about 60% of adult Australians overweight or obese. To help provide the evidence needed to fight obesity, NHMRC has increased its funding for obesity research and issued updated Australian Dietary Guidelines to help Australians make better decisions about the food they eat.
National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR)- Catalogue
The Catalogue of Surveillance Systems provides one-stop access for users to review, sort, and compare more than 85 surveillance systems relevant to childhood obesity research and the evaluation of policy and environmental interventions.
National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR)- Instruction Videos
These videos describe the purpose and functions of these tools (The Catalogue of Surveillance System and The Measures Registry) and demonstrate how to use them to search for relevant measures, data resources, or surveillance systems.
National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR)- Registry
The Measures Registry is a portfolio of more than 800 measures related to diet and physical activity. The tool allows researchers to more efficiently find and select measures that are critical to accelerating obesity prevention research
New Zealand Ministry of Health: Weight Management FAB
Search this site or browse using tags to find information and resources about weight management as part of the FAB approach (Food, Activity, and Behavioural Support). Four steps towards weight management advice and treatment 1.Raise awareness. 2.Identify the need and context for action. 3.Determine options for action (FAB): Food Activity Behavioural support 4. Maintain contact and support. Registration of regular updates is free.
World Health Organisation Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity
To gather the best possible advice on dealing with the crisis of childhood obesity, WHO's Director-General has established a high-level Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity.
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