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News Dec 21, 22

2022 in review: Events

Our events team enjoyed bringing people together as we were able to return to in-person events in 2022.

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News Dec 21, 22

2022 in review: Journals

Our four Editors-in-Chief talk about key changes and highlights of 2022 for their respective journals.

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News SCOPE Dec 21, 22

2022 in review: SCOPE

2022 was a momentous year full of firsts for the Strategic Centre for Obesity Professional Education (SCOPE).

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News Data Dec 21, 22

2022 in review: Science & Data

Our Science and Data team reflect on the highlights of 2022 including the significant updates to our GOO.

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News Member news Dec 21, 22

2022 in review: Our Members

We take a snapshot of some of the things our members have been doing this year, and a look forward to 2023.

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News Policy & Advocacy Dec 21, 22

STOP Project Factsheets: Transferring knowledge for better children’s health

The aim of the factsheets is to communicate the STOP research in an accessible and appealing format.

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News Policy & Advocacy Dec 21, 22

The innovative STOP project ends, but its legacy will continue

The STOP project ended this November. We reflect on some of the many key achievements and successes.

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Events SCOPE Dec 21, 22

SCOPE School Chile presents latest advances in obesity management: A blog by Julian Jones

Julian, our Membership and CRM Manager, describes the success of this high-calibre SCOPE School held in Chile.

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News Policy & Advocacy Dec 21, 22

New study in The Lancet highlights enormous cost of inaction on physical activity

This could help policy makers to prioritise investment in policy actions to promote and enable people to be more active.

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