A collection of CLAHRC Oxford and NIHR infographics explaining research findings, who we are, or other outputs.
CLAHRC Oxford supported work shows that replacing food with a diet of soups, shakes and bars starting at 810 calories per day alongside regular sessions with a counsellor is a safe and clinically effective way to treat obesity in primary care.
This infographic was designed as a postcard explaining the published results, with a plain English summary on the reverse side, to be sent to study participants as a 'thank you' for taking part in the study.
You can find out more by clicking here.
OxFAB: Our preliminary results
The Oxford Food and Activity Behaviours (OxFAB) study launched in early 2015 and was widely publicised at its launch through links with a BBC Horizon TV programme, which aired at the time.
As there were no incentives for people to be involved in OxFAB, we felt it was particularly important to share the results with participants in a timely fashion and in as accessible and engaging a manner as possible.
The OxFAB project was jointly funded by CLAHRC Oxford and the NIHR School for Primary Care Research.
OxFAB final results: The top 10 weightless strategies
This infographic summarises the final results of our analysis of the OxFAB data.
This research has now been peer-reviewed and published online, and is available for anyone to read, for free, on PLOS One (click here).
This infographic presents the top ten strategies used by people who lost the most weight in the OxFAB study.