This report reviews a number of policy measures and programmes implemented by national and local governments outside of the UK to address the rising prevalence of overweight and obesity. See more.
This article tries to identify the potential comparative cost-effective of interventions at a city-level to reduce BMI and the amount of investment in different types of interventions. See more.
This paper examines the experiences of many of the key decision makers and others involved in undertaking this work in New York City to identify the key components required to introduce and sustain the government’s reforms to address the obesogenic environment. See more.
This report is the response to a request made to OPRU on 16 November 2017 by the Department of Health to answer the question: “What can be learned from the Amsterdam Healthy Weight programme to inform the policy response to obesity in England?” See more.
The aim of this paper is to provide a detailed description of Ensemble Prévenons l’Obsésité des Enfants (EPODE) methodology. See more.
This systematic review describes existing literature in Chinese journals and identifies effective components from interventions with anthropometric measures as outcomes. See more.
This paper aims to provide an overview of the 5-2-1-Almost None prevention initiative developed by Nemours and implemented in Delaware. See more.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of eat well be active intervention, programmes which aim to contribute to the healthy weight of children and young people and their families in chosen communities. See more.
This paper looks at the two-year results of the Shape Up Somerville intervention when the implementation and responsibility were institutionalised into the community. See more.
This short piece presents the Shape Up Somerville intervention and identifies some of the critical factors that led to its success. See more.
The aim of this study was to assess the costs of implementing APPLE in relation to effects on weight, including any benefits in health-related quality of life terms. See more.
The aim of this review was to identify, synthesise and evaluate the quality of interventions aimed at preventing obesity in different settings from Nordic countries and the Netherlands. See more.
The aim of this paper is to describe the methodology and the practical steps in developing the Go-Golborne programme. See more.
This paper “describes the up-scaling of Go4Fun in New South Wales and the characteristics of the population it has reached and retained since inception in 2009, including characteristics of children who completed and did not complete the programme.” See more.
The aim of this study was “to report outcomes from the UK service level delivery of MEND 5-7.” See more.
Established by NHS England, the Healthy New Towns is “a three-year programme, to look at how health and wellbeing can be planned and designed into new places.” See more.