the Obesity Activity Wiki is a directory of all current activity in obesity prevention, treatment, support and advocacy in Australia.
The tool is available to help key decision makers in Australia understand what is currently going on and support future collaborations within and across silos.
Our wiki contains thousands of activities aimed at reducing obesity in Australia across prevention and treatment.
Do you know of activities relevant to obesity prevention or treatment in Australia? Add them to our Wiki in real time!
Find out more about how to use this tool and make the most out of it. Tips include: reading the categories, searching, and filtering.
Find out more about this project and the Obesity Collective.
SEARCH FOR ACTIVITIES BY FOCUS aREA
ACTIVITIES AIMED AT IMPROVING INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOURS
ACTIVITIES AIMED AT IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTS
OPPORTUNITIES FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
HEALTHIER FOOD ENVIRONMENTS
There is so much more our Wiki can do! This includes: extra/strategic information on records, the possibility to download or copy data, and high level summaries, targeted analytics and reports.
DOWNLOAD OR COPY DATA
We can provide a personal link to our Wiki database that allows to copy or download all/selected records in .csv format.
Our records can be utilised by interested stakeholders to inform further research.
GET MORE DATA!
We can provide extra information on the existing data, such as:
Audience (health professionals, employees, families, etc.)
Collaborators and funders
Geographical accessibility (local, state, national)
Cost for user
Public emails & contacts
Targeted lists (early childhood, diets, tools for health professionals)
And much more!
GET TARGETED REPORTS
We can produce analytical summary and bespoke reports.
If you'd like to obtain these data or other targeted bespoke reports, please email us.
The information contained in the Obesity Wiki dataset, including links to external websites, does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of any third-party products or service, nor does it provide medical advice.
The Obesity Collective acknowledges the contribution of the New South Wales Government.
We also acknowledge the support of our amazing volunteers: Aimee (author of the graphics in these pages), Emily (web development and research) , Deena, Caroline, Jasmine, Kate, Kelly, Jacqueline, Vivek, Deborah, Lana, Jerome.