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|Title:||A systems approach to reducing maternal obesity: The Health in Preconception, Pregnancy and Postbirth (HIPPP) Collaborative|
|Citation:||Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2015; 55(4):397-400|
|Helen Skouteris, Terry Huang, Lynne Millar, Jill Kuhlberg, Jodie Dodd, Leonie Callaway, Della Forster, Clare Collins, Andrew Hills, Paul Harrison, Cate Nagle, Marj Moodie and Helena Teede|
|Abstract:||Obesity in our childbearing population has increased to epidemic proportions in developed countries; efforts to address this issue need to focus on prevention. The Health in Preconception, Pregnancy and Postbirth (HIPPP) Collaborative - a group of researchers, practitioners, policymakers and end-users - was formed to take up the challenge to address this issue as a partnership. Application of systems thinking, participatory systems modelling and group model building was used to establish research questions aiming to optimise periconception lifestyle, weight and health. Our goal was to reduce the burden of maternal obesity through systems change.|
|Keywords:||gestational weight gain; maternal obesity; preconception; pregnancy|
|Description:||Article first published online: 30 JUN 2015. The HIPPP Collaborative includes the authors of this paper as well as those named below: Dr Lisa Amir (breastfeeding and women’s health), Professor Kylie Ball (physical activity and nutrition), Dr Jacqueline Boyle (gynaecology), Melissa Brown (midwifery), Associate Professor Karen Campbell (physical activity and nutrition), Vanessa Clements (maternal, child and family health), Professor Julie Considine (nursing), Dr Marloes Dekker (epigenetics), Dr Barbara Dennison (policy and research translation), Professor Christine East (midwifery), Dr Matthew Fuller- Tyszkiewicz (psychology), Dr Lisa Gibson (psychology), Professor Matthew Gillman (obesity and public health), Dr Melissa Hayden (psychology), Briony Hill (psychology), Dr Nancy Huang (medicine), Kim Hyde (lactation consultant), Dr Emily Kothe (psychology), Associate Professor Martha Lappas (obstetrics), Denise Laughlin (prevention and population health), Michelle Maxwell (preventive health), Dr Elizabeth McCarthy (obstetrics), Professor David McIntyre (obstetrics), Fiona McLardie- Hore (midwifery), Dr Mary Anne McLean (shared maternity care), Dr Skye McPhie (psychology), Associate Professor Alison Nankervis (diabetes and endocrinology), Professor Robert J Norman (reproductive and periconceptual medicine), Professor Caryl Nowson (nutrition), Dr Sharleen O’Reilly (exercise and nutrition), Lisa Oro (maternity and newborn clinical network), Associate Professor Denise Patterson (midwifery), Jane Raymond (midwifery), Professor Chris Rissel (public health), Associate Professor Glyn Teale (obstetrics), Dr Christine Tippett (obstetrics), Paige van der Pligt (dietetics), Professor Susan Walker (obstetrics), Dr Shelley Wilkinson (dietetics), Jane Willcox (dietetics).|
|Rights:||© 2015 The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists|
|Appears in Collections:||Obstetrics and Gynaecology publications|
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