RESTORE aims to support people living with cancer related fatigue. Designed by the University of Southampton in collaboration with Macmillan Cancer Support
Research at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust has found that patients can maintain or even increase their fitness before surgery by taking part in an exercise programme in hospital.
Economics of Chronic Diseases (EConDA). Website funded by the European Commission Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency. Includes a simple content management system for easy user maintainance (CushyCMS).
University College London website for a landmark study of growth from birth to 5 years involving 2400 families with twins born in 2007 from all over England and Wales. The biggest study of the genetic and environmental effects on appetite and growth ever to be undertaken.
In collaboration with Marks and Spencer. Healthy Lifestyle packs were sold in stores containing a link to the online health check.
Macmillan Survivorship Research Group, University of Southampton. Survery of Macmillan professional's confidence to support people affected by cancer to self manage adverse symptoms
Shape-up Sister - a lifestyle programme aimed at the Afro Caribbean community. Helps to manage weight, improve health and improve quality of life. Shape-up Sister is not a diet or an eating plan. And it is not just about weight loss. It is a psychological approach to managing eating and physical activity over the long term.
This task involves looking quickly at 51 photographs, and for each one choosing from a set of 4 drawings the one that most closely matches the body size of the person in the photo.
Cancer Research UK produced 2 leaflets: Wish You Could Stay in Shape? Wish you knew the truth about diet and cancer? They wanted the opinion of The Big Panel.
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton - Surgical decision aid. Young and Diagnosed with early Stage breast Cancer. As part of their treatment many women will have a choice between mastectomy and breast conserving surgery.
Funding provided to University College London (UCL) by The British Heart Foundation.