Talking about childhood obesity

These six short videos aim to help health professionals have conversations about childhood obesity.  The videos cover a number of topics, including:
 
  1. Starting the obesity conversation with families and whānau
  2. Food in Pacific cultures
  3. The role sleep plays in obesity
  4. Building relationships with Māori and whānau
  5. What is healthy eating?
  6. Getting children moving more
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  • Image of Professor Hayden McRobbie, Raising Healthy Kids Clinical Practice Champion Childhood Obesity

    Starting the obesity conversation with families and whānau

    Professor Hayden McRobbie, Raising Healthy Kids Clinical Practice Champion Childhood Obesity
    (04m 33s)
    Image of Mafi Funaki-Tahifote, Manager – Pacific Health, Heart Foundation, NZ Registered Dietitian

    Food in Pacific cultures

    Mafi Funaki-Tahifote, Manager – Pacific Health, Heart Foundation, NZ Registered Dietitian
    (07m 42s)
    Image of Associate Professor Barbara Galland, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, University of Otago

    The role sleep plays in obesity

    Associate Professor Barbara Galland, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, University of Otago
    (05m 30s)
    Image of Dr Kiriana Bird, Medical Director, Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga, Hawkes Bay

    Building relationships with Māori and whānau

    Dr Kiriana Bird, Medical Director, Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga, Hawkes Bay
    (04m 04s)
     
    Image of Jo Colin, ‎Young People Lead, Sport New Zealand

    Getting children moving more

    Jo Colin, ‎Young People Lead, Sport New Zealand
    (04m 08s)
    Image of Angela Berrill, National Nutrition Advisor, Heart Foundation, NZ Registered Dietitian

    What is healthy eating?

    Angela Berrill, National Nutrition Advisor, Heart Foundation, NZ Registered Dietitian
    (03m 04s)