Presentations

Population Health Congress (2008)

The International Congress on Obesity (2006)

2006

2005

Population Health Congress (2008)

  • Bonfiglioli C, Smith BJ, King LA, Chapman SF, Holding SJ, Bauman AE. Setting the pace - how does television news frame physical activity? Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.
  • Hardy L, Booth ML, Dobbins TA, Okely AD, Denney-Wilson E. Does sedentariness and small screen recreation decrease fitness among adolescents? Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.
  • Hattersley L, King L, Hector D. Building solutions for preventing childhood obesity. Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.
  • Irwin M, Hattersley L, King L, Allman-Farinelli M. Socialising with soft drink - all part of a drinking culture. Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.
  • Kelly B, Chapman K, Hardy L, Farrell L, King L. What do parents think about food marketing to children? Results from a parental attitudes survey. Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.
  • King L, Hattersley L, Hector D, Farrell L, Gill T. Looking for answers for child obesity prevention: beware the gaps. Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.
  • King L, Hector D, Bell C. Evaluating community based interventions amidst the noise: risk assessment of the Good for Kids Program. Population Health Congress, July 2008: Brisbane.

The International Congress on Obesity (2006)

  • Allman-Farinelli MA, Chey T, Bauman AE, Gill T. The Effects of Age, Period and Birth Cohort on Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity in Australian Adults from 1990 to 2000. The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney.
  • Allman-Farinelli MA, Chey T, Merom D, Bowles HR, Bauman AE, Gill T. Changes in Energy Expenditure from Leisure Time Physical Activity in Australian Adults with Age, Birth Cohort and Period. The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney.
  • Bell AC, Swinburn BA, King L. Community-based obesity prevention interventions in Australia. Presented at the Community trials satellite conference, International Congress on Obesity, September 2006.
  • Bonfiglioli CMF. Choice and Voice: obesity debates in Australian TV news. The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney. OP123.
  • Hardy LL, Bass SL and Booth ML. Changes in sedentary behavior among adolescent girls: a 2.5-year prospective cohort study. The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney.
  • Hardy LL, Baur LA, Garnett SP, Crawford D, Campbell KJ, Shrewsbury VA, Cowell CT and Salmon J. Family and home correlates of television viewing in 12-13 year old adolescents: The Nepean Study The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney.
  • Hardy LL, Dobbins TA, Denney-Wilson EA, Booth ML, Okely AD. A descriptive epidemiology of sedentary behaviours among Australian adolescents. The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney.
  • Hardy LL, Dobbins T, Denney-Wilson E, Booth ML, Okely AD. The descriptive epidemiology of small screen recreation among Australian adolescents. The International Congress on Obesity, September 2006: Sydney.

2006

  • Bonfiglioli CMF, King L, Chapman SF, Smith B, and Holding S. Obesity in the media: Political hot potato or human interest story? (Presented at the Journalism Educators Association conference in Auckland, December 2006; submitted to the Australian Journalism Review Dec 2006).
  • Bonfiglioli CMF. Invited speaker at the forthcoming World Congress of Science Journalists in April in Melbourne. Good for You: Public Health and Public Interest.
  • Bonfiglioli CMF. 'Australasian Medical Writers' Association Annual Conference, Sydney: New Angles on the Obesity Epidemic
  • Denney-Wilson E, Booth ML, Okely AD, Hardy LL, Dobbins TA, Baur LA. Body Mass Index and Waist circumference cut-points indicative of metabolic risk factors in adolescents: CDC and International Obesity Task Force (IOTF) BMI cut-points may be conservative.
  • Denney-Wilson E, Booth ML, Okely, AD, Hardy LL, Dobbins TA, Baur LA. Clustering of metabolic risk factors in obese adolescents: the NSW Schools Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey 2004 (SPANS).
  • Hardy LL, Dobbins T, Denney-Wilson E, Booth ML, Okely AD. A descriptive epidemiology of small screen recreation among Australian adolescents.
  • Hardy LL, Dobbins TA, Denney-Wilson EA, Booth ML, Okely AD. A descriptive epidemiology of sedentary behaviours among Australian adolescents.
  • King L, Pagnini D, Wilkenfeld R, Booth M, Booth S. The Weight of Opinion on Childhood Obesity – the views of Australian General Practitioners.
  • King L, Turnour C, Wise M. Are we on track? Is public policy on child obesity prevention working?
  • Okely AD, Booth ML, Denney-Wilson E, Hardy LL, Dobbins TA. Secular trends in the prevalence of adequate cardiorespiratory fitness among children and adolescents in NSW, Australia from 1997-2004.
  • Okely AD, Booth ML, Denney-Wilson E, Hardy LL, Yang B. Secular trends in the self-reported physical activity among adolescents in NSW, Australia from 1985-1997-2004.
  • Pagnini D, Wilkenfeld R, King L, Booth M, Booth S. The Weight of Opinion on Childhood Obesity: The Early Childhood Education Sector.
  • Turnour C, and King L. Childhood obesity - time for strategic policy to back up practical action. Presentation at the Emerging Health Policy Research Conference, University of Sydney, Friday 13th October 2006. [View PDF]

2005

  • King L, Bauman A. Urban development - making the health links. Obesity prevention case study. Presented at the CHETRE Health Impact Assessment Colloquium, Bondi (Sydney), 9 December 2005. [View PDF]