The study, which is available here, is a rich resource for anyone interested in
understanding the dynamics at play in modern urban food environments,
and the CCD Rounds discussion was an excellent opportunity to shine a
light on this. It was interesting to hear about identifying ways of
achieving a positive dietary shift at the community level, which could
prevent diabetes. I recommend watching the webinar, which contains
lots of relatable examples and advice from the people behind the study
and its next steps.
We had more than 200 attendees to the live session, and the
recording is available online for those of you who would like to watch it.
I hope you have seen the first three episodes of our series – if
not, you can watch them on our dedicated portal here. CCD Rounds are an opportunity to learn about
diabetes and obesity prevention directly from the people executing
real cases of health promotion, activities and encouraging best
practice policy initiatives.