Naomi Brosnahan

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BACKGROUND There is no established primary care solution for the rapidly increasing numbers of severely obese people with body mass index (BMI) > 40 kg/m(2). AIM This programme aimed to generate weight losses of ≥15 kg at 12 months, within routine primary care. DESIGN AND SETTING Feasibility study in primary care. METHOD Patients with a BMI ≥40(More)
BACKGROUND Community pharmacies may offer an accessible way of delivering weight-management programmes but there have been few trials that use clinically significant weight loss outcomes, objective measures of weight and follow-up to 12 months. We aimed to evaluate weight change among patients who used the Counterweight weight management programme delivered(More)
BACKGROUND Despite improving evidence-based practice following clinical guidelines to optimise drug therapy, Type 2 diabetes (T2DM) still exerts a devastating toll from vascular complications and premature death. Biochemical remission of T2DM has been demonstrated with weight loss around 15kg following bariatric surgery and in several small studies of(More)
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