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EASO - European Association for the Study of Obesity - Join us in Porto - CURSOS PÓS-GRADUADOS (Gratuitos) “Avaliação e tratamento da obesidade infantil” e “Avaliação e tratamento da Obesidade no Adulto”

Para mais informações sobre o ECO 2017 consulte o site da EASO (aqui)


CURSOS PÓS-GRADUADOS (Gratuitos)

Vão realizar-se na manhã do dia 17 de Maio de 2017, na Alfândega do Porto, e integrados no Programa do 24º Congresso Europeu de Obesidade, três cursos pós-graduados gratuitos. Os temas serão “Avaliação e tratamento da obesidade infantil”, “Avaliação e tratamento da Obesidade no Adulto” e “EASO Patient Council Teaching Course: Stigma”.

Os cursos serão em inglês e leccionados por uma faculdade de excelência  a nível europeu. Os cursos são creditados a nível europeu pela “European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)  “

Os interessados nos cursos deverão efetuar a sua inscrição prévia, preenchendo o formulário disponível para o efeito.

Consulte o programa do congresso (aqui)




                                         




EASO Newsletter March 2017
News from our 2017 Congress, ECO2017
The 24th European Congress on Obesity (ECO2017) will take place in the beautiful city of Porto, one of the most popular city break destinations in Europe, from 17 to 20 May 2017 at the Alfandega Congress Centre, recently voted one of the best meeting and conference venues in Europe.

Late breaking abstracts are open until March 10th on the congress website 
 

In this section we are pleased to share the latest EASO news and introduce you to members of our Executive Committee, Patient Council and Award Winners
EASO Wins 'Best Lobbying Campaign'
at the 2017 European Association Awards



EASO is delighted to announce that we won 'Best Lobbying Campaign' for our European Obesity Day 2016 (#EOD2016) campaign at the 2017 European Association Awards.

The campaign struck a strong chord with the judges. Obesity affects nearly 100 million citizens in Europe and is one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century, costing €70 billion in healthcare and lost productivity.

Learn more about our campaign for European Obesity Day on the EASO website

Balancing Upstream and Downstream Measures to Tackle the Obesity Epidemic


An important new position statement has been published in Obesity Facts (OFA) by the EASO Prevention and Public Health Task Force (PPHTF). Public health actions to tackle obesity have historically focused on individual-level changes to diet and physical activity, rather than the upstream actions required to alter the structural drivers of behaviour.
Read the full position statement, including notes and references, on the Obesity Facts website
 
 

"I started working in the field of obesity when I joined the research group of Professor Bernhard Ludvik. I worked on my PhD thesis concerning vitamin D, liver fibrosis, and bone metabolism in bariatric patients. Furthermore, I was involved in a research project on developing an Austrian practice model of medical and nutritional care following bariatric surgery at the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, which is a member organization in the EASO COMs Network."

 Read the full post on the EASO website
EASO Healthy Hydration Working Group: 
Meet Maria Luger


Patient Council Spotlight:
Meet Audrey Roberts of Scotland


"My weight has decreased again and I'm feeling emotionally and physically well again. I've learned that food is only the symptom and not the cause of the issue; for me it was a form of self medication. What was needed was to identify the problem and deal with that."

 Read the full interview on the EASO website

Variations in the Prevalence of Obesity 
Among European Countries


Over the last 10 years the prevalence of obesity across the European continent has in general been rising. With the exception of a few countries where a levelling-off can be perceived, albeit at a high level, this upward trend seems likely to continue. However, considerable country to country variation is noticeable, with the proportion of people with obesity varying by 10% or more. This variation is intriguing and suggests the existence of different profiles of risk or protection factors operating in different countries. The identification of such protection factors could indicate suitable targets for interventions to help manage the obesity epidemic in Europe.

 View the full report on the Obesity Facts website  
 
 

We are pleased to announce the official launch of European Obesity Day 2017, which will be held on Saturday 20 May. We launched the campaign on World Cancer Day, 4 February 2017.

Our theme for #EOD2017 is Tackling Obesity Together. Follow us on Twitter @EOD2017 and search and tag updates using the hashtag #EOD2017. Connect with us on Facebook too!

Learn more on the European Obesity Day website 
EASO Announces New 
Obesity Knowledge Transfer Series



EASO and SIO are proud to announce the new Obesity Knowledge Transfer Series: Italy - a core CME programme with a set of resources and best practices to educate health professionals in effective clinical management of obesity. This online, bilingual website was developed in partnership with mdBriefCase Group and is the result of international collaboration by world-renowned physicians specialising in obesity and weight management.

We look forward to expanding the reach of these resources to other countries across Europe. More details will be available soon on the EASO website.

People-First Language: 
Infographic for Healthcare Settings


Bias against people with obesity is well documented and has a major impact on health care delivery. People-First language can help tackle this challenge. EASO and our partner organisations urge everyone to use people first language to tackle discrimination.

For more resources on communicating about obesity please visit
the EASO Media Portal

Mark Your Calendar for the 
5th Canadian Obesity Summit



This upcoming networking and learning opportunity is so big the Canadian Obesity Network only organises it every other year - and in 2017, it's taking place in one of Canada's most historic venues in the breathtaking Rocky Mountain setting of Banff, Alberta. The Summit, held April 26-28, 2017, presents a unique opportunity to hear the latest research, teach and learn best practices, network with peers and make new connections to advance obesity prevention and treatment internationally. Read more 

Sólveig Sigur∂ardóttir: 
"Eat your way to better health"


Congratulations to our Patient Council colleague Sólveig Sigurðardóttir who has been acknowledged in a major Icelandic newspaper as a Reykjavík health champion. Now in the fifth year of her journey, Sólveig teaches others strategies for working toward a healthy family lifestyle. Sólveig's approach focuses on healthy foods rather than strict dieting. Sharing recipes, cooking methods, with a focus on physical activity, self-care and personal respect, she has helped hundreds of people each year learn about living a healthier happier life.

 Full article and photos are available on the EASO website

New Sugar Recommendations for Austria


The Austrian Diabetes Association, ÖDG, has issued a public statement recommending that citizens reduce excessive sugar consumption, which drives obesity, diabetes and NAFLD. The Association recommends sugar-reduced alternatives and suggests that if these become more affordable and widely available, it may help reduce health challenges among high risk populations, particularly young people and those with lower SES.

For more information please visit the EASO website

MooDFOOD is a multidisciplinary consortium involving 13 organizations in 9 European countries, using a unique integrative approach which combines expertise in nutrition, consumer behaviour, psychiatry and preventive psychology.  


 

View an updated webcast on the project website 

EASO Media Portal Offers Resources to
European Journalists 

The EASO Media Portal has been developed to provide a practical resource to pan-EU journalists and provides up-to-date, relevant information about obesity. It is an evolving tool which is updated regularly as new resources and information become available.


Announcing the 22nd World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders


EASO is pleased to announce the 22nd World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders, 29th August - 2nd September 2017. The IFSO scientific program will cover both surgical and nonsurgical treatment strategies for obesity, includes nine postgraduate courses, numerous oral, video and live operating sessions, as well as bariatric medicine symposia in conjunction with EASO.


Locations Announced
for ECO 2018 and ECO 2019


EASO is hosting the 25th annual European Congress on Obesity (#ECO2018) from 23-26 May 2018 in beautiful Vienna, Austria.
 
In 2019 we are delighted to host the ECO in Glasgow.

Please check the EASO website 
for further information, coming soon.


EASO, Level 2, 8 Waldegrave Road, Teddington, TW11 8GT United Kingdom
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ECO2017 Early Registration/Hot Topic Abstracts 
With over 800 abstracts submitted, ECO2017 looks set to be one of the most exciting ECOs in recent years.  Join us in Porto - the early registration deadline, offering significant savings, is 28th February 2017.   You can register via the congress website.  

Don't forget to book a ticket for the delegate gala at the Ferreira Wine Cellars (via the registration portal). 

You can still influence the programme via the Hot Topic/Late Breaking abstract submission system, so please submit your abstract before 10th March 2017.  

We look forward to welcoming you to Porto, one of the most popular city break destinations in Europe..........   



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20/04/2017 9:12
Weekly news brief from World Obesity







Dear  Secretariat,

Please click here for a copy of the 2017 Action Initiative Roundtable Report.

As a reminder, this year's Roundtable focused on the topic of 'weight bias and stigma'.

We strongly urge all our Member Associations to become Advocates of the Action Initiative if you have not already done so.

To see the prospectus on the Action Initiative please click here.

If you have any questions regarding the Roundtable or the Action Initiative, please let me know.

Best wishes,
Heather


Heather Budd
Head of Membership & Finance
World Obesity Federation






Knowledge | Solutions | Action 
March Newsletter
Greetings from World Obesity! This month we have a bumper newsletter featuring:
  • A message about changes to World Obesity from our Executive Director
  • News on World Obesity's relationship with the World Health Organisation
  • Important information on changes to our International Congress on Obesity (ICO)
  • Links to free issues of Clinical Obesity and Pediatric Obesity
  • News on the new CON "Missing the Picture" campaign to combat obesity stigma

Remember to keep updated and tell us your news by following us on Twitter: @WorldObesity.

Changes to World Obesity Federation
A message from our Executive Director, Chris Trimmer:
As you may be aware, I am moving on from World Obesity Federation (WOF) to take on the role of Executive Director with another international society. It has been a pleasure working with you over the past seven years and I will miss your passion and commitment to improving the lives of people with obesity.

I hope you’ll agree that in recent years we have seen WOF go from strength to strength and I am proud to have led this strategic change. Some of the highlights we have achieved together include:
  • Introducing of World Obesity Day (11th October) which in 2016 reached over 6 million individuals
  • Transforming SCOPE into an interactive, modular online course which to date has seen over 14,000 learners complete modules
  • Leading global policy change through our advocacy activities and continued ‘official relations’ with the WHO
  • Rebranding the organisation from the International Association for the Study of Obesity, to World Obesity Federation
  • Launching the Action Initiative, which now incorporates 50 Advocates (a network of societies and associations) and 10 Champions (companies and other organisations supporting WOF with funds)
  • Developing a global Image Bank, which endeavours to combat weight bias
  • Establishing the Healthy Venue Accreditation programme, which impacts the experiences of millions of people attending conferences every year (two venues have been accredited and five more are currently going through the accreditation process)
  • Substantially developing the data portal on the website where there are up-to-date maps, charts, graphs and intervention information for most of the countries around the world
  • Introducing two new journals, Clinical Obesity and Obesity Science & Practice, to complement the existing stalwarts of WOF, Obesity Reviews and Pediatric Obesity.
  • Working with our Members to produce the WOF position on Obesity as a Disease Process (coming soon!)
During my time at WOF I have been honoured to work with some incredible individuals, including Prof Philip James, Prof Walmir Coutinho, Prof David York, Prof Ian Macdonald, Prof Donna Ryan and Prof Ian Caterson, among others. I would also like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to the volunteers who give their time and expertise on committees, working groups and task forces.
Fortunately, I leave with the knowledge that WOF is being left in safe hands. Over the next couple of months Dr Tim Lobstein, our Director of Policy, will be filling my role until a permanent replacement is found and I know that the WOF staff will work tirelessly to continue delivering against the strategic goals of World Obesity.

So it is on that note that I must once again say thank you to everyone I have worked with during my time at World Obesity. Without each and every one of you the success and transformation of World Obesity would not have been possible!

I hope that we cross paths once again in the future.

WHO Extends ‘Official Relations’ with WOF to 2020  
In recognition of the global activities and advocacy undertaken by World Obesity, the World Health Organization has awarded ‘official relations’ status to World Obesity for the period 2017-2020. The period will include a schedule of work undertaken by World Obesity to support and promote the WHO’s strategy to improve nutrition and reduce non-communicable diseases, and permits the WHO to consult with World Obesity on specific issues, and to join with World Obesity in hosting events, commissioning reports and undertaking other joint initiatives. Further details from Tim Lobstein (tlobstein@worldobesity.org).
Jointly Host a SCOPE School
World Obesity are calling for National Associations to submit event proposals for a SCOPE School event in your country

SCOPE School is a course accredited by World Obesity's educational programme, SCOPE. If your National Association would be interested in jointly hosting a SCOPE School, download the proposal form and send your application to scopeschool@worldobesity.org.

Find out more on our website.

CON Launch Campaign Against Obesity Stigma
The Canadian Obesity Network (CON) has launched a campaign entitled "Missing the Picture" with the view of combating obesity stigma in the media and promoting fairer imagery of people with obesity. 

The campaign assesses the amount of bias in news stories about obesity based on guidelines developed by the UConn Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity. You can read the CON press release on the campaign here. CON also offers a free Image Bank featuring non-biased images of obesity, which you can access here.

World Obesity supports all efforts to fight obesity stigma and encourages all media outlets to use fair images such as those offered by CON. You can also use the images available in our own free Image Bank.

If you find stigmatizing imagery on social media, call it out with the #StopObesityStigma hashtag!
Image credit: Canadian Obesity Network
Changes to the International Congress on Obesity
World Obesity is changing the model for the International Congress on Obesity (ICO) to one that directly supports each of the regions of the world.  We plan to continue to rotate our meeting – every two years to a different global region. Where an existing regular regional obesity meeting exists ICO will be run in partnership with this regional meeting. In regions where this does not yet exist WOF will work with regional and national organisations to develop a strong regular regional meeting.

This change is to fulfill the World Obesity strategic aims of Improving environments to promote health; Improving and extending clinical practice and interventions to manage obesity; and Building collaborative partnerships and coalitions across all regions of the world through Leading, supporting and enabling member organisations.

The immediate impact of this change will be that in 2018 there will not be a full ICO. Instead World Obesity is working with FLASO to support their 2018 meeting in Quito, Ecuador. Then in 2020 we will see the first joint meeting between World Obesity and EASO, a very exciting initiative for World Obesity, EASO and all the member organisations.

Research & Information
This month we have a number of updates. We have updates in Scotland & England 2015 on general prevalence with overweight and obesity rates remaining fairly stable in men and women (68% & 58% respectively in England and 67% and 62% in Scotland). Data on prevalence by socioeconomic status in Scotland, and regional data for England by region (2015), are also available as shown here:
We have newly available self-report prevalence in adults from Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia & Slovenia 2014. These are from the EUROSTAT 2014 database. We have created a series of images uploaded in English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese (Polish coming soon). These show % Overweight and Obesity in the EU member states by country and age, and by education attainment or income quintile attainment. German examples are shown below.

                    By education:                                                                     By income quintile: 
We have updates available for children living in the United Arab Emirates. In a large regional survey in the UAE (n-27113) 38.3% of girls and 43.1% of boys aged 11-14 were found to be overweight or have obesity.

Finally, we have new Polish child data by age from 2007-9 national survey. Survey results indicated in 2001 overweight in boys and girls aged 7 were 14.4% & 15.2% respectively. This most recent survey indicates that overweight in boys and girls aged 7 has risen to 19.5% and 17.6% respectively. Details can be viewed here, and a graph reflecting changes in prevalence can be found here
Interview with President-Elect
Effective medication for weight loss coming soon, says World Obesity President-Elect 

Professor Donna Ryan, who takes over as President of the World Obesity Federation in 2018, believes that more effective weight loss pharmacotherapy will transform obesity treatment in the next few years. Speaking in an interview for Endocrine Today, Professor Ryan, based at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, called for more clinical research and a focus on why some people are better able to lose weight than others.

World Kidney Day
World Obesity and a number of our member organisations are pleased to endorse World Kidney Day, taking place on Thursday 9th March.

This year's event focuses on the relationship between kidney disease and obesity. As part of our collaboration we have produced a joint briefing paper which will be published on 9th March. In the meantime you can find more information here.

If you are interested in supporting World Kidney Day, please email Agnese Ruggiero at aruggiero@theisn.org.
EASO Wins Association Award
Our European Regional Association, EASO, has won the‘Best Lobbying Campaign’ for their European Obesity Day 2016 campaign at the 2017 European Association Awards.

European Obesity Day took place on 21st May 2016. Its aim was to "increase knowledge and understanding of the need for action to tackle and to treat obesity by policymakers at European and national levels."

Read more here and read the official EASO press release here.
EASO
Policy & Advocacy News  
Brussels meeting calls on governments to help families 

Obesity researchers called on governments to take urgent action to help families prevent childhood obesity. The final conference of the IDEFICS and I.Family projects held in Brussels in February stated that families cannot take responsibility alone, and regulatory action is needed. Speakers included officials from EU member state governments and the European Commission (details here). World Obesity’s Tim Lobstein chaired a session on children’s diet and sleep patterns.

INFORMAS benchmarks Australian government policies to tackle obesity 

The INFORMAS monitoring network supported by World Obesity has published a review of Australia’s policies to tackle obesity and create healthier food environments at a state and federal. Australia is rated highly for labelling and body weight monitoring, but lagging in the development of a nutrition strategy, a tax on unhealthy foods, and stronger controls on marketing to children. The full report is available here.

Upcoming World Obesity Events
Hot Topic Conference: Save the Date!

World Obesity will be hosting its next Hot Topic Conference titled ‘Obesity & Reproduction: The Cradle of the Epidemic’.

The event will take place from the 9th-10th November 2017 in Leuven, Belgium. The event will feature abstract and poster prizes amongst a series of interesting talks including ‘Impact of maternal obesity of the embryo and ‘Clinical care pathways for obese mothers’.

Further details will be released in the upcoming weeks so keep checking our website for further information. 
SCOPE School Athens 2017

SCOPE School is returning to Athens on 3rd June! This one day event aims to serve as a comprehensive "primer" in all aspects of the obesity epidemic, from its rising prevalence to current and future treatment options. 

New Information has been released for the event including the programme, speakers and details on exhibition and sponsorship. Registration is now open - check out the website to view the registration rates and more!

Attendees of this event will earn 4 SCOPE points that count towards SCOPE Certification! 
SCOPE School London 2017

Registration is now open! Prices start from just £65 for World Obesity Members!

The scientific programme will explore the putative factors that may cause obesity and evaluate how a better understanding of the aetiology may improve treatment approaches. Speakers include Samantha Scholtz and Francis Finucane.
 
To register visit our website to book your spot now!

Exhibition and Sponsorship

Does your organisation want to engage with a wide range of researchers and healthcare practitioners to showcase your products in an educational and focused setting? Why not take a look at our sponsorship options to see which opportunities are available.  
World Obesity Journals
Pediatric Obesity (Impact Factor 3.689) 

Obesity Reviews (Impact Factor 7.51)
4th UK Congress on Obesity – UKCO2017
The 4th UK Congress on Obesity will take place in Pontypridd, Wales, UK on 7th-8th September 2017. The event, held by ASO, will focus on "Obesity, Health and Social Inequalities" and is set to be an informative and insightful conference.

Abstract submission and registration will open soon. For more information, click here!






10/03/2017 10:35
Dia Europeu da Obesidade 2017 - 20 de Maio







09/03/2017 21:52
World Kidney Day, 9 March 2017

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Kidney Disease & Obesity

Obesity is defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. In 2014, worldwide over 600 million adults were obese.

Obesity is a potent risk factor for the development of kidney disease.  It increases the risk of developing major risk factors of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), like diabetes and hypertension, and it has a direct impact on the development of CKD and end stage renal disease (ESRD): in individuals affected by obesity, the kidneys have to work harder, filtering more blood than normal (hyperfiltration) to meet the metabolic demands of the increased body weight. The increase in function can damage the kidney and raise the risk of developing CKD in the long-term.

The good news is that obesity, as well as CKD, is largely preventable. Education and awareness of the risks of obesity and a healthy lifestyle, including proper nutrition and exercise, can dramatically help in preventing obesity and kidney disease.

This year World Kidney Day promotes education about the harmful consequences of obesity and its association with kidney disease, advocating healthy lifestyle and health policy measures that make preventive behaviors an affordable option.

In this context, Dr. Csaba Kovesdy, Dr. Susan Furth and Dr. Carmine Zoccali have written the editorial “Obesity and kidney disease: hidden consequences of the epidemic”. This paper provides an excellent summary and rationale for WKD 2017, whose focus is on the relationship between obesity and kidney disease.

“Obesity is a growing worldwide epidemic. Obesity is one of the strongest risk factors for new-onset chronic kidney disease, and also for nephrolithiasis and for kidney cancer. This year the World Kidney Day promotes education on the harmful consequences of obesity and its association with kidney disease, advocating healthy lifestyle and health policy measures that make preventive behaviors an affordable option.”

To access the article, click HERE

The relation between Kidney Disease and Obesity

Kidney disease is more likely to develop in obese people including in those with diabetes and hypertension.

By 2025, obesity will affect 18% of men and over 21% of women worldwide, and that severe obesity will affect 6% of all men and 9% of all women around the world. In some nations, obesity is already present in more than one-third of the adult population and contributes significantly to overall poor health and high annual medical costs.

In the general population, obesity increases the risk of death and contributes to many other diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, obstructive sleep apnea, fatty liver, gall bladder disease, osteoarthritis, various cancers, mental disorders, and poor quality of life.

A growing body of evidence indicates that obesity is also a potent risk factor for the development of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD). People who are overweight or obese have 2 to 7 more chances of developing ESRD compared to those of normal weight.

Obesity may lead to CKD both indirectly by increasing type 2 diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, and also by causing direct kidney damage by increasing the workload of the kidneys and other mechanisms.

Reducing obesity may reverse or slow CKD progression.

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a serious condition that develops suddenly, often lasts a short time and may disappear completely once the underlying cause has been treated, but it can also have long-lasting consequences with life-long problems. AKI occurs more frequently in obese people.

References:

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