ASO Webinar: Appetite and Obesity: insights from research and practice
This webinar will focus on the role of appetite in obesity management with insights from experts in research, clinical practice and the patient experience. Prof Corby Martin will present findings from his group’s weight loss and calorie restriction studies, focusing on changes in appetite and appetite-related constructs (e.g., food cravings, disinhibition, dietary restraint), and energy expenditure during energy restriction. He will also provide a brief overview of their efforts to predict weight regain based on these factors, and offer a critical appraisal of the ability to predict weight regain. Dr David Macklin is a Canadian family physician working at the interface of appetite science and obesity treatment. In his talk he will discuss motivational constructs within a comprehensive behavioural program, translated from the Canadian 2020 weight management guidelines, to be delivered by obesity clinic staff to persons living with obesity. Lizzie Brown is an active member of Obesity UK and has taken part in one of the ECPO Patient Lounge events.
- Professor James Stubs (ASO trustee, University of Leeds)
- Dr David Macklin (University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine & Medical Director of the Weight Management Programs at the Medcan Clinic and Toronto Mount Sinai Hospital High Risk/Special Pregnancy BMI unit)
- Professor Corby Martin (Director of the Ingestive Behavior, Weight Management & Health Promotion Laboratory, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University)
- Lizzie Brown (Patient Representative)
Novo Nordisk has provided sponsorship to the Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO) to fully fund all costs for the development of this webinar, including creation, organisation, production and administration. Novo Nordisk has had no influence on the content and full editorial control remains the sole responsibility of ASO. None of the speakers have received a fee for their participation in this webinar, and ASO has been fully responsible for engaging with participants.