Harry Rutter links relevant research areas such as Intervention (counseling) and Psychological intervention in the realm of Psychiatry. Obesity is closely attributed to Weight change in his study. Weight change and Weight loss are frequently intertwined in his study. Many of his studies on Weight loss involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Severe obesity. His Severe obesity study typically links adjacent topics like Obesity. He integrates Overweight with Body mass index in his research. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Body mass index and Childhood obesity. Harry Rutter undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Childhood obesity and Overweight through his research. Internal medicine is closely attributed to Randomized controlled trial in his research.
His Demography research incorporates Gerontology and Social science. Harry Rutter integrates Social science with Demography in his research. His studies link Socioeconomic status with Environmental health. His study on Socioeconomic status is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Population. His studies link Environmental health with Population. In his research, Harry Rutter undertakes multidisciplinary study on Internal medicine and Pediatrics. He performs multidisciplinary study in Pediatrics and Internal medicine in his work. His Mathematical analysis study frequently involves adjacent topics like Neighbourhood (mathematics). His study in Mathematical analysis extends to Neighbourhood (mathematics) with its themes.
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The need for a complex systems model of evidence for public health
Harry Rutter;Natalie Savona;Ketevan Glonti;Jo Bibby.
The Lancet (2017)
Successful behavior change in obesity interventions in adults: a systematic review of self-regulation mediators
Pedro J Teixeira;Eliana V Carraça;Marta M Marques;Harry Rutter.
BMC Medicine (2015)
Addressing liver disease in the UK: A blueprint for attaining excellence in health care and reducing premature mortality from lifestyle issues of excess consumption of alcohol, obesity, and viral hepatitis
Roger Williams;Richard Aspinall;Mark Bellis;Ginette Camps-Walsh.
The Lancet (2014)
Changes in health in England, with analysis by English regions and areas of deprivation, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013
John N Newton;John N Newton;Adam D M Briggs;Christopher J L Murray;Daniel Dicker.
Obesogenic environments: a systematic review of the association between the physical environment and adult weight status, the SPOTLIGHT project
Joreintje D Mackenbach;Harry Rutter;Sofie Compernolle;Ketevan Glonti.
BMC Public Health (2014)
Strengthening of accountability systems to create healthy food environments and reduce global obesity
Boyd Swinburn;Boyd Swinburn;Vivica Kraak;Vivica Kraak;Harry Rutter;Stefanie Vandevijvere.
The Lancet (2015)
Could targeted food taxes improve health
Oliver Mytton;Alastair Gray;Mike Rayner;Harry Rutter.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2007)
WHO European Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative 2008: weight, height and body mass index in 6–9-year-old children
T M A Wijnhoven;J M A van Raaij;A Spinelli;A I Rito.
Pediatric Obesity (2013)
WHO European Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative: body mass index and level of overweight among 6-9-year-old children from school year 2007/2008 to school year 2009/2010.
Trudy Maria Arnoldina Wijnhoven;Joop van Raaij;Joop van Raaij;Angela Spinelli;Gregor Starc.
BMC Public Health (2014)
Economic analyses of transport infrastructure and policies including health effects related to cycling and walking: A systematic review
Nick Cavill;Sonja Kahlmeier;Harry Rutter;Francesca Racioppi.
Transport Policy (2008)
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