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Our wiki contains thousands of activities aimed at reducing obesity in Australia across prevention and treatment.

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Do you know of activities relevant to obesity prevention or treatment in Australia? Add them to our Wiki in real time!

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Find out more about how to use this tool and make the most out of it. Tips include: reading the categories, searching, and filtering.

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Find out more about this project and the Obesity Collective.

 

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SEARCH FOR ACTIVITIES BY FOCUS aREA

 

ACTIVITIES AIMED AT IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTS

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

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HEALTHIER FOOD ENVIRONMENTS

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SEARCH MORE

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.

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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)

  • Organisation sectors

  • Cost for user

  • Start/end dates

  • Public emails & contacts

  • Targeted lists (early childhood, diets, tools for health professionals)

  • And much more!

FEE $

GET TARGETED REPORTS

We can produce analytical summary and bespoke reports.

FEE $

If you'd like to obtain these data or other targeted bespoke reports, please email us.

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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.

For further information check out our Terms of Use or contact the-collective.info@sydney.edu.au

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.