Parker Institute Staff Meeting

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[…]

DSAF Spring Meeting

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[…]

7th Self-Determination Theory Conference

Between May 21st – 24th, NoHoW researchers participated in the 7th Self-Determination Theory Conference in Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands. Held every three years, this meeting brings together leading motivational experts and scholars come together to offer inspiring, insightful presentations and workshops. The conference included presentations by Edward Deci and Richard Ryan, creators of the world leading[…]

NoHoW at ECO2019

NoHoW was active at the 26th European Congress on Obesity (ECO 2019, Glasgow, 28 April – 01 May 2019), hosting the third NoHoW symposium. The team also hosted a workshop with international leaders and experts in weight loss management to develop a “Position statement on behavioural approaches to longer-term weight management”, together with the EASO Task Force[…]

NoHoW Coordinator features in ECO Day 1 Newsletter

NoHoW’s coordinator Prof. Berit Heitmann has been featured in the Day 1 Newsletter of the 26th European Congress on Obesity (ECO). Berit and NoHoW were active at ECO, hosting the third NoHoW symposium (28 April, 14.30-16.00) and a workshop with international leaders and experts in weight loss management to develop a “Position statement on behavioural approaches to longer-term[…]

Invited Symposium at the 22nd Portuguese Congress on Obesity

In 25 Nov 2018, NoHoW was featured at an Invited Symposium ‘ICT-based Weight Loss Maintenance: The ropean Project’ at the 22nd Congresso Português de Obesidade in Lisbon, Portugal. Chaired by Dr. António Palmeira, the symposium included talks from NoHoW researchers: ‘Emotion Regulation and Stress Management Intervention Component of NoHoW’, Matos (UDC), ‘Thematic Basis of[…]

NoHoW at Feel4Diabetes event

NoHoW Coordinator Berit Heitmann spoke at a recent dissemination meeting (24 Sept 2018) for the H2020-funded Feel4Diabetes project, organised by the International Diabetes Federation Europe. The results of a diabetes prevention scheme targeting school-children in six EU countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Hungary and Spain) were presented and a multi-stakeholders discussion followed. You can see Berit’s full presentation here.

NoHoW at EHPS 2018

NoHoW’s Marta Marques presented the NoHoW Toolkit at the 32nd Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society (21 – 25 August 2018, Galway Ireland). The conference theme was Health Psychology Across the Lifespan: Uniting Research, Practice and Policy. Marta’s talk ‘Designing and testing theory-based mHealth tools for weight loss maintenance: The NoHoW Toolkit’ was included[…]


Recent NoHoW publication features in AU News

The results of a recent NoHoW publication on weight loss maintenance have been featured in the Aarhus University Department of Management News (Pedersen, S. et al. (2018). The complexity of self-regulating food intake in weight loss maintenance. A qualitative study among short- and long-term weight loss maintainers. Social Science and Medicine, 208, 18-24. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.05.016) The[…]