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Dr Mackenzie Fong
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Professor Ashley Adamson
Scott Lloyd
Dr Charlotte Rothwell
et al.
A cross-sectional survey study exploring provision and delivery of expanded community tier 2 behavioural weight management services in England2023
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Professor Eileen Kaner
Maisie Rowland
Louise McEvoy
Dr Kate Hallsworth
et al.
The effect of preoperative behaviour change interventions on pre- and post-surgery health behaviours, health outcomes, and health inequalities in adults: A systematic review and meta-analyses2023
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Dr Steph Scott
Dr Viviana Albani
The Impact of COVID-19 Restrictions and Changes to Takeaway Regulations in England on Consumers’ Intake and Methods of Accessing Out-of-Home Foods: A Longitudinal, Mixed-Methods Study2023
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Dietetic intervention for adult outpatients with an eating disorder: a systematic review and assessment of evidence quality,2021
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Effect of a smartphone application (Perx) on medication adherence and clinical outcomes: a 12-month randomised controlled trial2021
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Effectiveness of interventions to maintain physical activity behavior (device-measured): Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials2021
Dr Kerry Brennan-Tovey
Dr Ryc Aquino
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Angela Wearn
Dr Theophile Bigirumurame
et al.
Implementation of the NHS-funded tobacco dependence services in England: a qualitative study to understand the contexts of implementation2021
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Dr Steph Scott
Dr Viviana Albani
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
'Joining the Dots': Individual, sociocultural and environmental links between alcohol consumption, dietary intake and body weight—A narrative review2021
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Modelling the association between core and discretionary energy intake in adults with and without obesity2019
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Mood and appetite: Their relationship with discretionary and total daily energy intake2019
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Effect of a high-egg diet on cardiometabolic risk factors in people with type 2 diabetes: the Diabetes and Egg (DIABEGG) Study - randomized weight-loss and follow-up phase2018
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Are large dinners associated with excess weight, and does eating a smaller dinner achieve greater weight loss? A systematic review and meta-analysis2017
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Comparison of an electronic versus traditional food diary for assessing dietary intake - a validation study2017
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Examining mindfulness as a predictor of weight loss - findings from the DIABEGG study2017
Dr Mackenzie Fong
A randomised controlled trial to determine the efficacy of a high carbohydrate and high protein ready-to-eat food product for weight loss2016
Dr Mackenzie Fong
Commercial weight loss programs and their effectiveness in managing obesity2014