Weight loss - what really works?

REGISTER for WEBINAR 21 May: Obesity and weight management with Dr Carl Peters

Webinar: Conversations with parents about unhealthy weight in a child

WEBINAR archive October 2017: Dr Christine McIntosh, Susan Reid and Hayden McRobbie on childhood obesity

Eating disorders

Eating disorders refer to a range of disorders that are characterised by disturbances of eating behaviours such as eating very little, eating excessively, or purging. Core beliefs are often held focussing around food, eating and body image perception.

Childhood Obesity - Hayden McRobbie

Dr Hayden McRobbie talks about about childhood obesity. Haydon is a Professor of Public Health Intervention and has a PhD in Medical Psychology. He has many years of experience in the provision of behaviour change intervention in weight management. Haydon is the Ministry of Health’s “Raising Healthy kids” Clinical Practice champion for childhood obesity.

Atypical eating disorders - Marion Roberts

PODCAST: Dr Marion Roberts talks about atypical eating disorders. Marion is a clinical psychologist specialising in eating disorders. She is a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland and consults at Shelly Beach practice in Ponsonby, Auckland.

Coronary heart disease - Rod Jackson

Rod Jackson talks about “where have all the heart attacks gone”. Rod is a professor of epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics at the School of Population Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland.


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