Team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children

Team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children


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New Team ABC3 Publication!

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Back in September we shared that Hayyah Clairman‘s MSc work on our Team ABC3 study ‘pathways to eating: determining eating behaviour phenotypes in children with severe obesity‘ under the supervision of Dr. Jill Hamilton was accepted for publication in the International Journal of Obesity.

We are thrilled to share that it has now been published!

Other team members on this work include: Elizabeth Dettmer, Annick Buchholz, Kristina Cordeiro, Katerina Maximova, Alene Toulany, and Katherine Morrison.

Awesome work, Hayyah and team!

Clairman et al., International Journal of Obesity, 2018


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Accepted Team ABC3 Publication!

download.jpgWe are thrilled to share that Hayyah Clairman‘s MSc work on our Team ABC3 study ‘Pathways to eating: Determining eating behaviour phenotypes in children with severe obesity‘ under the supervision of Dr. Jill Hamilton has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Obesity!

Stay tuned for the final publication!

Other team members on this work include: Elizabeth Dettmer, Annick Buchholz, Kristina Cordeiro, Katerina Maximova, Alene Toulany, and Katherine Morrison.

Congrats Hayyah and team!


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Our First Annual General Meeting!

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Over the weekend, our team members met for our first Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Ottawa as a satellite meeting to the 6th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention and Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity! Because our team stretches across Canada, this was our first chance to get together in person to discuss study progress and network with one another among other things.

Check out some of the highlights!

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In Focus…with Team ABC3 Member, Hayyah Clairman

UntitledHayyah Clairman is a MSc Candidate at the Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto; Hospital for Sick Children. As part of her graduate research, she will be working alongside Dr. Jill Hamilton on the study titled: Pathways to eating: Determining eating behaviour phenotypes in children with severe obesity.

Continue for the full interview!